Obstacle majeur de la lutte contre la pandémie en Afrique: les «trous noirs» djihadistes | via @heidi_news #Covid19 #épidémies #Afrique #djihadistes
Obstacle majeur de la lutte contre la pandÃ©mie en Afrique: les Â«trous noirsÂ» djihadistes
Les trous noirs humanitaires, ces zones oÃ¹ les services sanitaires des Ãtats ou des ONG n‘ont pas accÃ¨s pour des raisons matÃ©rielles...
Online Jihadi Sympathizers and the Coronavirus Outbreak via @ispionline
Online Jihadi Sympathizers and the Coronavirus Outbreak
In times of uncertainty, the Islamic State (IS) has consistently sought to offer local populations stability and present itself as a cohesive and just...
Religioscope - Salafists and antiquities trafficking in Syria. This report by Olivier Moos investigates how #Salafist groups conduct and manage the illegal #trafficking of #antiquities in #Syria, with a particular focus on #Idleb Governorate. https://t.co/0Ixha4y2Pj
New: "The ISIS Reader" (Haroro J. Ingram, Craig Whiteside and Charlie Winter) "(...) documents that shed important light on ISIS's ideology, world view, and approaches to warfare and governance, and its place in the Salafi-Jihadi universe." (Bruce Hoffman) https://t.co/lZzQnyBO5b
Comment juge-t-on les terroristes ?
Une équipe de recherche a assisté aux différents procès de terrorisme depuis 2017, aux assises et en correctionnelle. Elle en tire de nombreux enseignements.
Le rapport est passionnant, on le résume ici
Global Extremism Monitor - new report: Islamist Violence after ISIS. "Physical victory does not equate to ideological defeat." "Despite 11% fewer attacks, violent Islamist extremism continued to be a global problem." #ISIS #IslamicState #jihadism
Global Extremism Monitor: Islamist Violence after ISIS | Institute for Global Change
How, What, and to Whom to Teach Terrorism Studies - "Terrorism studies constitute one of the areas of academic work that have grown the most in the last two decades" writes Manuel R. Torres-Soriano.
How, What, and to Whom to Teach Terrorism Studies - European Eye on Radicalization
Manuel R. Torres-Soriano Terrorism studies constitute one of the areas of academic work that have grown the most in the last two decades. The attacks ...
New book: 'Horn, Sahel and Rift: Fault-lines of the African #Jihad ' - by Stig Jarle Hansen. Profiles the spread of Islamist groups in Africa, and the growing links between them to determine whether their objectives may one day extend beyond the continent. https://t.co/T1GRpHaF8T
To date at least 20 British nationals, have travelled to Syria to fight #ISIS. Eight have lost their lives. This film follows the journeys of parents as they investigate why their children went to join the #Kurdish army in their fight against ISIS.
What motivated three young Britons to join the deadly fight against ISIS in Syria? | Aeon Videos
As of 2019, some 20 British nationals have left home to join the fight against ISIS in Syria. Eight have died in the process. What’s leading Bri...
BBC News - Sri Lanka attacks: The family networks behind the bombings
The family networks behind the Sri Lanka bombings
Ties between and within families helped a small number of die-hard radicals plan the Easter bombings.
The Sri Lanka Bombings Were a Preview of ISIS’s Future - The Atlantic
ISIS Relaunches as a Global Platform
The Sri Lanka bombings were a preview of the Islamic State’s future.
The hidden dead of Egypt's war in Sinai
Local militia men fight and die alongside Security Forces.
Unlike the Security Forces there aren't any reliable fatality statistics.
Ahmed Ayed Abu Anka
Kalashnikovs and no-go zones: east #BurkinaFaso falls to militants
Kalashnikovs and no-go zones: east Burkina Faso falls to militants
Locals say they live in fear of violence and face harsh punishment for breaking rules
Islamic State releases a picture of attackers who conducted the Sri Lanka terrorist attacks. Other reports say a large number those currently arrested are returnees from Syria (but I don’t think this is confirmed).
New book: 'Everything You Have Told Me Is True: The Many Faces of Al Shabaab' - by Mary Harper (BBC Africa Editor). An intimate look at everyday life under, within and alongside a notorious terrorist group. https://t.co/mymRUsZWlO @HurstPublishers #AlShabaab #Somalia #jihadists
#SriLanka l’#EI revendique la série d’attentats qui a frappé le pays // #IS claims responsibility for #SriLankaAttacks
ISIS brides are trying to recreate the caliphate within refugee camps and have reformed brutal 'morality police'
ISIS brides are trying to recreate the caliphate within refugee camps
Some women have reportedly re-formed units of the militants' feared religious police, the 'Hisba,' and enforce rules and punishments on other resident...
Video from local media providing a view of the damages at the different sites under attack in Sri Lanka - Easter Day Explosions: Death toll hikes to 207, over 450 injured (English) via @YouTube
33 nationals from Belgium, China, the US & UK etc.. killed in today's explosions in Colombo: Sri Lanka Tourism Chairman
As always, we have to be very careful. Many have an interest in hyping up #ADF: the Ug, DRC govs, interntl media, etc. The ADF is very real, and it has tenuous links to ISIS, but it is also one of 140 armed groups in the eastern Congo and is deeply embedded in local society.
Jason Stearns on Twitter
“For those wanting more information about the real (and less real) connections between the #ADF and #ISIS following the latter's claim of an att...