ATbar ICT's Publications
Loading Google Search

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.

 

Summary of Information on Jihadist Websites May 2017

16/08/2017 | by JWMG Desk
Summary of Information on Jihadist Websites May 2017
See Full Article

Justifying Violence

14/08/2017 | by Guillermo Fremd

The Ragonis Foundation Scholarship at The International Institute for Counter-Terrorism (ICT) and the Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy and Strategy at the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya (IDC), promotes research in counter-terrorism and homeland security among IDC Students and IDF Soldiers and officers.

This paper of Guillermo Fremd was ranked by the Decision Committee at the 3rd honorable place in the Eyal Ragonis Memorial Competition for 2017-2018.

See Full Article

The Involvement of Islamist Agents of Change in Lebanon and Turkey

07/08/2017 | by Barak, Michael (Dr.)
Against the backdrop of the terrorist attack on the Temple Mount and the flare-up in the Muslim world over Israel's decision to erect metal detectors at the entrance to the Al-Aqsa Mosque complex, Islamic associations in Lebanon and Turkey, most of which have ties to Hamas and the northern branch of the Islamic Movement, have demonstrated support for the Palestinian struggle against Israel's sovereignty on the Temple Mount.
See Full Article

Monthly Summary of Events June 2017

01/08/2017 | by Landau, Edan
The International Institute For Counter Terrorism Monthly Summary of Events - June 2017
See Full Article

The “Daimeh 2” Program

31/07/2017 | by Barak, Michael (Dr.)
Jihadist organizations attribute considerable importance to their media system by virtue of its function as a central platform to for indoctrination, waging psychological warfare against the enemy, promoting “other” narratives and strengthening the self-esteem of members of the jihadist community. Many senior members of the Salafi-jihadist movement, including the leader of Al-Qaeda, Ayman al-Zawahiri, emphasized more than once the importance of the media arena and defined it as an integral part of the jihad arena in the field.[1]  A clear expression of these efforts was evident during the month of Ramadan, which began on May 26 and ended on June 24, among jihad fighters associated with Al-Qaeda throughout the Syrian arena with the launch of a unique Web series titled, “Daimeh 2”.
See Full Article