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    Quirine Eijkman; Bart Schuurman;
    (2011)
    As a result of the 9/11 terrorist attacks and the bombings in Madrid and London, a prevention focussed counter‐terrorism approach has developed across the European Union (EU). While the majority of these laws, regulations and policies recognise the importance of the rul...
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    Jack Gold;
    (2016)
    Militancy in Egypt’s North Sinai governorate—a serious problem since that country’s January 2011 uprising—was compounded in November 2014 when Ansar Bayt al Maqdis (“Supporters of Jerusalem”, ABM), the main salafi jihadist organisation in Sinai, swore allegiance to the ...
  • Article English OPEN
    Lorenzo Vidino; Francesco Marone; Eva Entenmann;
    (2017)
    This report examines all jihadist-motivated terrorist attacks carried out in Europe and North America since the declaration of the Caliphate by the Islamic State group in June 2014. By analyzing the 51 attacks and their perpetrators, this study constitutes the first com...
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    Edwin Bakker; Christophe Paulussen; Eva Entenmann;
    (2013)
    The number of European foreign fighters with a jihadist political agenda participating in the Syrian civil war has increased exponentially over the past months and has become an ever-growing concern for European policymakers. It is particularly the possibility that retu...
  • Article English OPEN
    Asaad Almohammad;
    (2018)
    Research on the engagement of children with the so-called Islamic State (a.k.a. ISIS) relies heavily on the analysis of obtained ISIS documents and ISIS-disseminated propaganda, leaving major elements of the recruitment and deployment process uncovered. Such ambiguities...
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    Bibi van Ginkel;
    (2012)
    In this Research Paper Dr. Bibi van Ginkel examines the role of the exchange of intelligence between states, the applicable human rights framework, and the dilemmas involved. Over the last ten years, more and more significance has been accorded to intelligence on a glob...
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    J.M. Berger;
    (2017)
    The Islamic State’s recent losses on the battlefield, including significant casualties within its media and propaganda division, offer a unique opportunity to inject competing and alternative messages into the information space. This paper proposes that the content of s...
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    Quirine Eijkman;
    (2012)
    In this Discussion Paper, Dr. Quirine Eijkman discusses the use of surveillance, storage of personal information, biometrics, satellite technology and other forms of ICT technology used in the fight against terrorism. Although technology is a powerful tool to fight terr...
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    Daveed Gartenstein-Ross; Bridget Moreng; Kathleen Soucy;
    (2014)
    Since the fall of Tunisian dictator Zine El Abidine Ben Ali in January 2011, the country has been challenged by the growth of a domestic salafi jihadist movement. The most significant salafi jihadist organisation is Ansar al-Sharia in Tunisia (AST), which by 2013 establ...
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    Francesco Marone;
    (2016)
    This ICCT Research Paper examines the current extent of Italy’s Sunni jihadists in Syria. Italy presents interesting particularities, including a relatively small number of foreign fighters compared to other European countries (around one hundred, and only a small minor...
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