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Just sharing – Community and Radicalisation: An Examination of Perceptions, Ideas, Beliefs and Solutions Throughout Australia

To access or download, please click here. Synopsis “Community and Radicalisation: an Examination of Perceptions, Ideas, Beliefs and Solutions throughout Australia was a year-long national study designed and conducted as a qualitative research project through a partnership between Victoria Police, Victoria University and the Australian Multicultural Foundation. The key aims of the study were: • … Continue reading

Just sharing – The Effectiveness of Radicalisation & Deradicalisation Discourses

    To access or download, please click here.   Munir Zamir, The Effectiveness of Radicalisation & Deradicalisation Discourses, Fida Management, July 2013. Synopsis This study provides analysis of the discourse on radicalization and deradicalization (herein referred to as R+DR) in regards their effectiveness in conceptualizing the terrorist threat posed by Al‐Qaeda (herein referred to as AQ) influenced ideologies from within a … Continue reading

Just sharing – Muslim American Terrorism: Declining Further

To access or download, please click here. Charles Kurzman, Muslim American Terrorism: Declining Further, Triangle Center on Terrorism and Homeland Security, February 2013. Synopsis This is the fourth annual report on Muslim‐American terrorism suspects and perpetrators published by the Triangle Center on Terrorism and Homeland Security. The first report, co‐authored by David Schanzer, Charles Kurzman, and Ebrahim Moosa in early … Continue reading

Just sharing – Is Militant Islamism a Busted Flush in Indonesia?

To access or download, please click here. Carnegie, Paul James (2013). Is Militant Islamism a Blusted Flush in Indonesia?. Journal of Terrorism Research. Vol. 4. No. 2. 14-25. Abstract In the late 1990s, Indonesia – the world’s most populous Muslim nation – began a transition from authoritarian rule. At the time, many commentators expressed concern about … Continue reading

Just sharing – Al-Qaeda’s Global Footprint: An Assessment of Al-Qaeda’s Strength Today

To access or download, please click here. Robin Simcox, Al-Qaeda’s Global Footprint: An Assessment of Al-Qaeda’s Strength Today, Henry Jackson Society, 2013. To read Executive Summary, click image below

Ending terror via religious rehabilitation

An article in the Straits Times, 25 March 2013 on an interview with Dr Ibrahim Najm of the Egyptian fatwa office.

Just sharing – Muslim American Terrorism: Declining Further

by Charles Kurzman, Triangle Center on Terrorism and Homeland Security, February 2013 To access or download, please click here . This is the fourth annual report on Muslim‐American terrorism suspects and perpetrators published by the Triangle Center on Terrorism and Homeland Security. The first report, co‐authored by David Schanzer, Charles Kurzman, and Ebrahim Moosa in early 2010, also examined efforts … Continue reading

ICG Report – Pakistan: Countering militancy in PATA

To access or download, click here. Brief Introduction International Crisis Group’s latest report, assesses the impact of the military-led response to extremist violence on PATA’s security, society and economy. More than three years after military operations sought to oust Islamist extremists, the region remains extremely volatile. The military’s continued control over the governance and administration … Continue reading

Indonesian Prisons: A Think Tank for Terrorists

(c) Muhammad Haniff Hassan and Nur Azlin Mohamed Yasin, Counter-terrorist Trends and Analysis, ICPVTR, August 2012 Arresting and placing a criminal or terrorist behind bars exerts a nation’s stance against the unlawful acts committed by an individual. However, without consistent and effective prison systems and management, unlawful acts continue in prison and even permeate into … Continue reading

Just sharing – Countering radicalisation in Europe

Lorenzo Vidino and James Brandon, ICSR, 2012. To access or download, click here Summary Since the mid-2000s, several European countries have developed comprehensive counter-radicalization strategies seeking to de-radicalize or disengage committed militants and, with even greater intensity, prevent the radicalization of new ones. The report describes the genesis, main characteristics, aims, underlying philosophies, and challenges experienced by counterradicalization strategies in … Continue reading

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