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Jihadist militants keep being a global threat. Many observers suggest that a transformation is likely to happen in their organisation, operation, mobilisation, and recruitment strategies, particularly after the territorial decline of the “Caliphate” of the “Islamic State.” This volume explores different aspects of the future trajectories of militant jihadism and the prospective transformation of this movement in and around Europe. The authors analyse the changing jihadist landscape and networks, and the societal challenges posed by both returned foreign terrorist fighters and those who have not returned to their countries of origin. Other topics of discussion are cyber jihadism, jihadist financing, women's position in and relevance for contemporary jihadism, the role of prisons in relation to radicalisation and militancy, and the changing theological dynamics. Based on recent empirical research, Militant Jihadism offers a solid scholarly contribution to various disciplines that study violence, terrorism, security, and extremism. Contributors: Mohamed-Ali Adraoui (Georgetown University), Laith Alkhouri (Flashpoint), Nadim Houry (Arab Reform Initiative), Adolfo Gatti (Lumina Analytics), Stef Janssens (MYRIA), Johan Leman (KU Leuven), Serafettin Pektas (Researcher), Anita Perešin (Office of the National Security Council of the Republic of Croatia), Teun van Dongen (Independent Security Expert), Arturo Varvelli (ISPI).

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
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  1. Frontmatter
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  1. Editiorial Board
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  1. Title Page
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  1. Copyright
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  1. Contents
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  1. Note on Translation and Transliteration
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  1. Introduction
  2. Johan Leman and Serafettin Pektas
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  1. Chapter 01: Salafism, Jihadism and Radicalisation: Between A Common Doctrinal Heritage and The Logics of Empowerment
  2. Mohamed-Ali Adraoui
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  1. Chapter 02: The Libyan Jihadist Outlook: Origins, Evolutions and Future Scenarios
  2. Arturo Varvelli
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  1. Chapter 03: The “Unreturned”: Dealing with the Foreign Fighters and Their Families who Remain in Syria and Iraq
  2. Nadim Houry
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  1. Chapter 04: Cyber Jihadism: Today and Tomorrow
  2. Laith Alkhouri
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  1. Chapter 05: The Role of Women in Post-IS Jihadist Transformation and in Countering Extremism
  2. Anita Perešin
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  1. Chapter 06: The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same: The Post-Caliphate Jihadist Modus Operandi in Europe
  2. Teun van Dongen
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  1. Chapter 07: Jihadists in Belgian Prisons
  2. Johan Leman
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  1. Chapter 08: Urban Terrorist Sanctuaries in Europe: The Case of Molenbeek
  2. Adolfo Gatti
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  1. Chapter 09: Migrant Smuggling Networks and Jihadist Terrorism
  2. Johan Leman and Stef Janssens
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  1. Chapter 10: Prospects for Counter-Theology against Militant Jihadism
  2. Serafettin Pektas
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  1. Concluding Considerations
  2. Johan Leman and Serafettin Pektas
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  1. About the Authors
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Additional Information

ISBN
9789461663030
Related ISBN
9789462701991
MARC Record
OCLC
1128097060
Launched on MUSE
2020-02-11
Language
English
Open Access
Yes
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