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Jihadi Media and Online Secrecy as Doctrinal Values

The significant role of jihadists stationed in online battlefields was reflected as early as 2006 in the communicative philosophy of al-Qaeda, which states that “the mission accomplished by a virtual Mujāhid is no less important than what conventional Mujahidin do on a physical battlefield.” Keep Reading

// by Anne Speckhard and Molly Ellenberg

Jesse Morton: A Story of Trauma and Radicalization

The impact of trauma on radicalization and terrorist recruitment has only recently made its way into the collective psyche of counterterrorism researchers and practitioners and is still not well understood. Keep Reading

// by Anne Speckhard and Molly Ellenberg

ISIS and the Militant Jihad on Instagram

Recruiters continue to be prolific online, encouraging supporters to hope and work toward the Caliphate’s return and to seek revenge on those who destroyed it by mounting attacks at home. Keep Reading

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