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ICT's Publications

ICT’s Research and Publications include short analyses and in-depth publications on a wide variety of topics including: terrorism, counter-terrorism, homeland security, radicalization process, cyber-terrorism, reviews from Jihadi Websites and insights from our database.

 

The Escape from Kabul

19/08/2021 | by Kalo, Avi (ADV., Lt. Col. Res.)

Ismail Haniya, one of Hamas’ prominent leaders, called the Taliban leadership to congratulate it for the “heroic victory” over the US as well as for the rapid withdrawal of the US troops and the Taliban takeover of the disintegrating Afghan military strongholds. There is no surprise of course by this manifestation of Hama’s support of the Taliban. The deep religious pan-Islamic connection between both organizations isn’t new and expresses another expression of shared values and unwavering jihadist ideologic identity.

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Afghanistan in the Shadow of the US and NATO Withdrawal

19/08/2021 | by Barak, Michael (Dr.)
The US and NATO withdrawal from Afghanistan, planned to end at the end of August 2021, the rapid Taliban takeover of tens of provinces in the war-torn country and the meddling of regional actors, such as Russia, Pakistan, Iran, and China, in the Afghani affairs, have worrying strategic ramifications for the future of the country and poses political and security challenges for its neighbors. Worse than that is the threat to the Afghani civil society that in the past two decades enjoyed libera democratic values. Should the Taliban regain control over Afghanistan, the latter might become again a focal point for global international terrorism and pose a threat to the western world, Israel included.
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Afghanistan in the Shadow of the US and NATO Withdrawal

19/08/2021 | by Barak, Michael (Dr.)
The US and NATO withdrawal from Afghanistan, planned to end at the end of August 2021, the rapid Taliban takeover of tens of provinces in the war-torn country and the meddling of regional actors, such as Russia, Pakistan, Iran, and China, in the Afghani affairs, have worrying strategic ramifications for the future of the country and poses political and security challenges for its neighbors. Worse than that is the threat to the Afghani civil society that in the past two decades enjoyed libera democratic values. Should the Taliban regain control over Afghanistan, the latter might become again a focal point for global international terrorism and pose a threat to the western world, Israel included.
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Afghanistan in the Shadow of the US and NATO Withdrawal

19/08/2021 | by Barak, Michael (Dr.)

The US and NATO withdrawal from Afghanistan, planned to end at the end of August 2021, the rapid Taliban takeover of tens of provinces in the war-torn country and the meddling of regional actors, such as Russia, Pakistan, Iran, and China, in the Afghani affairs, have worrying strategic ramifications for the future of the country and poses political and security challenges for its neighbors. 

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Global Jihad in Africa: Danger and Challenges

19/08/2021 | by Multiple Authors
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