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Jihadis online: a few thoughts

"Verse, fame and Beauty are intense indeed, But Death intenser - Death is Life's high meed" (Keats)

Taimour's 'shared' videos on Facebook

Ansar al-Mujahideen Arabic Forum: The Second 100 Members

Of no particular interest, use, or value...

To whom it may concern (at Ft. Meade)

Ansar al-Mujahideen Arabic Forum: The first 100 members

Jihadis who use Blackberrys

Recommended reading (three articles)

"Tell me when the bad guy knows the good guy"

Crime/Terrorism nexus: the complaint against Mustafa Ahmad Naushad, et al.

Top Ten locations of al-Faloja forum readers

"Would-Be Warriors"

The TTP link to the Times Square bombing attempt and forward-looking analysis

Arabic-reading Jihadis Online, Spring 2010

Jihadi blog link analysis

Adam Gadahn makes the case for the weakness of al-Qaida Central

In Conversation: Regarding the importance of leaders

Measuring "Duty" Through Changes in Internet Traffic to Extremist Islamic Websites

The DC Five

Responsa: The Pros and Cons with "Jihobbyism"

My problem with "jihobbyist"

Some pointers for the persistently perplexed

Systems Approach To Terrorism: Countering The Terrorist Training Subsystem

Law-Enforcement Disruption of a Drug Importation Network

Resources

Facebook advice for LEOs

Countering Online Radicalisation: A Strategy for Action

Key References: A Concise Reading List [from Shimon Naveh]

In Conversation: regarding cyberspace, radicalization, recruitment, conceptual frameworks, and consensual hallucinations of various sorts

Documents of the OSS

Subject: Maldonado, Daniel Joseph

"Strategic Challenges For Counterinsurgency And The Global War On Terrorism"

The Hamas Charter: Analysis, Translation and Arabic Source [pg.1]

Harmony and Disharmony: Exploiting Al-Qa'ida's Organizational Vulnerabilities

A Military Guide to Terrorism in the Twenty-First Century

Crimes Committed by Terrorist Groups: Theory, Research, and Prevention

Research & Analysis

Terrorism, not radicalization. Counterterrorism, not counter-radicalization

Deep thoughts and downloads: jihadi strategizing and Western analyzing

Why Ahmed Can't Kill, Part 4 (Victim), Conclusion, and the Big Picture

Why Ahmed Can't Kill, Part 3 - Killer: No man is an island (he's a peninsula)[10]

Why Ahmed Can't Kill, Part 2 - Group: How Good and Pleasant it is that Brothers Dwell Together[5]

Why Ahmed[1] can't kill, Part 1 - Authority: Heaven is high and the Emperor is far away

Why Nicky Reilly matters

Reading Their Lips: The Credibility of Jihadi Web Sites as ‘Soft Power’ in the War of the Minds

Distribution of Salafi/Jihadi Online, 01 January - 30 April 2007

Global Jihad in the Middle East in 2006

A Global Jihadi Umbrella for Strategy and Ideology: The Covenant of the Supreme Council of Jihad Groups

Al-Qaeda's Lebanese Ambitions

Qa`idat al-Jihad: Moving Forward or Backward? The Algerian GSPC Joins Al-Qaeda, by Reuven Paz

Rakan ben Williams: The Next Generation of Jihadi Terrorists in Europe

Al-Qaeda's Search for new Fronts: Instructions for Jihadi Activity in Egypt and Sinai

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