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Click here for more information about Behind the Scenes of Virtual Jihad: The Anatomy of a Jihadist Forum
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Behind the Scenes of Virtual Jihad: The Anatomy of a Jihadist Forum
The existing published research pertaining to the world of virtual jihad has focused mostly on the content published in jihadist websites and forums.

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Global Jihad News Website Membership
The Global Jihad News Website will focus on the latest news and developments from various topics in the world of jihad including updated information about specific individuals, prominent jihadi organizations, countries, topics, and other breaking jihadi news. This includes brief summaries and excerpts that have been translated from dozens of websites and online forums, chat rooms, and publications.

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In Wake of Arab Spring, Deadlock in Peace Process, Jordan Thaws Relations with Hamas
Contacts between Jordan and Hamas in the recent months are expected to lead to a renewal of the official relations between them, which were severed 12 years ago. In 1999, less than one year after the death of King Hussein and the crowning of his son Abdallah II, the Jordanian regime decided to end some eight years of Hamas activity in Jordan and expelled the Hamas officials, headed by Khaled Mash'al, from the country. The officials first moved to Qatar and later settled in Damascus, from which they direct the movement's political activity today.

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Click here for more information about Jihadi Cyber Wars (2): The Watchdog Brigades' Victory and What It Tells Us About the Structure of the Jihadi Web
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Jihadi Cyber Wars (2): The Watchdog Brigades' Victory and What It Tells Us About the Structure of the Jihadi Web
The online conflict between the Watchdog Brigades, a jihadist counterespionage outfit, and the Electronic Mujahideen Forum has come to a conclusion in favor of the former. This is not just a victory for the Watchdog Brigades themselves; it is also a proof of the jihadist web's ability to police itself, establish lines of authority, and call out forums that make unsubstantiated claims.

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Click here for more information about Jihadist Magazine: Jihad Fighters May Emulate Westerners to Avoid Arousing Suspicion  But Must Not Start Liking It
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Jihadist Magazine: Jihad Fighters May Emulate Westerners to Avoid Arousing Suspicion But Must Not Start Liking It
The May-June 2009 issue of the jihadist magazine Sada Al-Jihad features an article from the book Al-Mawsoua'a Al-Amniyya ("The Security Encyclopedia"), published by the Abu Zubaida Center for the Service of the Jihad Fighters. The article, titled "Mahdhurat Al-Amniyyat" ("The Danger of Security Measures"), deals with precautions taken by jihad fighters in the West in order to avoid arousing suspicion.

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JTTM_Weekly_A_Year_In_Review
The JTTM Weekly Includes a selection of material from MEMRI's Jihad and Terrorism Threat Monitor Project (www.memrijttm.org) This product is every report issued from 2009 - 2010

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The Pakistan-Afghanistan Crisis Major Factors and Emerging Threats
The following report examines current and emerging militant threats in the Pakistan-Afghanistan border region

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The Rise (and Fall?) of the Islamic Emirate in Gaza
By: Daniel Lav On August 14, 2009, the radical Sheikh 'Abd Al-Latif Musa, aka Abu Al-Nur Al-Maqdisi, denounced Hamas from the pulpit of the Ibn Taymiyya Mosque in Rafah and declared the formation of an Islamic Emirate in Palestine. He called on those with weapons to enroll under the "military command of the Ibn Taymiyya Mosque." Following prayers, Hamas security forces laid siege to the mosque and to surrounding buildings in which the rebels had taken up positions. When the smoke cleared, 22 people were dead, including 'Abd Al-Latif Musa and a high-level Hamas military commander; scores of others were wounded.

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Click here for more information about The Split Within the Salafi-Jihadi Movement in Jordan and the Rise of a Takfiri Movement  A Historical and Doctrinal Analysis
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The Split Within the Salafi-Jihadi Movement in Jordan and the Rise of a Takfiri Movement A Historical and Doctrinal Analysis
The Split Within the Salafi-Jihadi Movement in Jordan and the Rise of a Takfiri Movement A Historical and Doctrinal Analysis

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Click here for more information about The State of Anarchy Within the Salafi-Jihadi Movement in Gaza: An Inside View
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The State of Anarchy Within the Salafi-Jihadi Movement in Gaza: An Inside View
On May 26, 2009, an Islamist forum posted an article by Abu Hamza Al-Maqdisi, an anonymous yet active writer in the Islamist forums who posts regularly about Hamas and its persistent struggle to uproot the salafi movement in Gaza.

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