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.
One of the important conditions for a true democracy is a strong and dynamic middle class, and a central condition for the growth of the working class is a strong and liberal market economy.
In this time of international, national and interpersonal conflicts where bombast and vagaries are the norm, we need specific, actionable solutions for global problems. We suggest that sustainable stability in the Middle East is possible through a process that calls on regional integration through a governance structure crafted primarily by civil society, i.e., the private sector, professional societies, academics and NGOs, not by national governments. Our proposed governance structure is built on commonalities, on the universal concepts and principles of fairness and the benefits to society through progress in science, technology, medicine, education and the arts.
On March 23 an online fundraising campaign was launched by Hay'at Tahrir al-Sham, an umbrella organization composed of Salafi-jihadist rebels in Syria – including Jabhat Fateh al-Sham and Ahrar al-Sham, in order for members of the organization to purchase weapons and ammunition. The campaign was welcomed by several prominent Salafi-jihadist clerics in Syria and members of the umbrella organization, including Sheikh Abdallah al-Muhaysani, Sheikh ‘Abd al-Razzaq al-Mahdi, Sheikh Al-‘Ulayani, Sheikh Abu al-Fath and other sheikhs.
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In 2015, in the framework of activities by the Salafi-jihadist movement in the Gaza Strip, the Dar al-Mujahideen publishing house published a volume containing all of the writings, speeches and notes of Sheikh Attiya Allah al-Libi, a senior member of Al-Qaeda, a prominent ideologue and one of the central figures in the world of jihad until his death in August 2011.
The mere fact that this volume was published four years after Attiya Allah’s death testifies to his importance in the jihadist thought and his influence on the Salafist thought and ideology of Al-Qaeda supporters even today. The publication of the volume by the Salafi-jihadist movement in Gaza indicates that members of this movement identify with Attiya Allah’s doctrine in particular, and with Al-Qaeda’s ideology in general.
This document includes a general review of the thick volume – which contains at least 2,000 pages – in an attempt to extract the central themes and issues that occupied Attiya Allah and that continue to occupy his supporters and readers.