HASSAN HASSAN , June 13, 2016 Hassan Hassan is a resident fellow at the Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy, a think tank in Washington, DC. Click here for the original source of this article. Executive Summary Forces throughout the Middle East are attempting to roll back the self-proclaimed Islamic State, which seized territory in Iraq and … Continue reading
Book title: Kritikan InternalTerhadap Ideologi Al-Qaeda: Bahaya dan Kesalahan Ideologinya (Criticism From Within: The Danger and Fallacies of Al-Qaeda Ideology) This book is my translation work in collaboration with an Indonesian researcher. It is published by Lazuardi Birru and will be available in Indonesia market soon. The book is also available in Malay language for … Continue reading
(To access and download, please click the image or Monograph) by Muhammad Haniff Hassan and Tuty Raihanah Mostarom Counter-ideology is increasingly being studied as a feature of a rising number of counter-terrorism and terrorist rehabilitation programs around the world. At the same time, it is necessary to also consider the public’s role in counter-ideology. The … Continue reading
Muhammad Haniff Hassan & Sh. Thuraiya S. A Alhabshi, “Contemporary Fiqh in Singapore: Some Observations”, Islamic Civilisational Renewal Journal, Vol. 2, No. 4, July 2011, pp. 691-707. To access or download the article (in word document format), please click here. Alternative link is at http://www.4shared.com/document/Xycvq_0P/article-contemporary_fiqh_in_s.html Abstract This paper seeks to offer the author’s observation of … Continue reading
To access the document and download, please click the image or here. By David Scahnzer SANFORD SCHOOL OF PUBLIC POLICY DUKE UNIVERSITY Charles Kurzman DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL Ebrahim Moosa DEPARTMENT OF RELIGION DUKE UNIVERSITY Executive Summary Introduction Part 1. Homegrown Terrorism: Rhetoric and Reality Part 2. Muslim-Americans’ Anti-Radicalization Activities … Continue reading
To download or read the book online, please click here: Unlicensed to Kill-Online Version Introduction to the book:- The book is divided into three parts. The first part provides a brief introduction to Imam Samudra and the incident of Bali bombing I. It then maps out Imam Samudra’s thinking behind Bali bombing I as written … Continue reading
My recent article published in Arnaud de Bochgrave, Thomas Sanderson and David Gordon, Conflict, Community and Criminality in Southeast Asia and Australia: Assessment from the Field, CSIS, Washington, July 2009. To access and download, click An Overview of Jihadi Ideology.