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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.

 

London Bridge Knifing Attack – Does Europe Learn?

08/12/2019 | by Karmon, Ely (Dr.)

ABSTRACT

 

The threat of a renewed major wave of jihadist terrorism in Europe depends on the way we seize the opportunity offered by the decline of ISIS’s self-declared caliphate.

Europe has to decide on common coordinated strategies how to challenge the threats: the policy for the returning Foreign Fighters; the fate of women and children in camps and prisons in Syria and Iraq; radicalization in prisons, including the policies of punishment and liberation of prisoners. The latest example of the knifing attack by Usman Khan in London is a vivid reminder.

The European leniency vis-à-vis major influential entrepreneurs and ideologues, like Anjem Choudary, who are much more dangerous than the jihadist “soldiers” or even the leading operational heads, needs to be replaced by a strategy adapted to the threat they represent.

The focus should be on prevention of radicalization rather than de-radicalization, as several EU Horizon2020 projects try to promote.

The threat of a renewed major wave of jihadist terrorism in Europe depends on the way we seize the opportunity offered by the decline of ISIS’s self-declared caliphate.

Europe has to decide on common coordinated strategies how to challenge the threats: the policy for the returning Foreign Fighters; the fate of women and children in camps and prisons in Syria and Iraq; radicalization in prisons, including the policies of punishment and liberation of prisoners. The latest example of the knifing attack by Usman Khan in London is a vivid reminder.

The European leniency vis-à-vis major influential entrepreneurs and ideologues, like Anjem Choudary, who are much more dangerous than the jihadist “soldiers” or even the leading operational heads, needs to be replaced by a strategy adapted to the threat they represent.

The focus should be on prevention of radicalization rather than de-radicalization, as several EU Horizon2020 projects try to promote.

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Summary of Information on Jihadist Websites July 2019

01/12/2019 | by JWMG Desk

Monthly Report

Summary of Information on Jihadist Websites

July 2019

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Summary of Information on Jihadist Websites June 2019

24/11/2019 | by JWMG Desk

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Summary of Information on Jihadist Websites

June 2019

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Summary of Information on Jihadist Websites April 2019

21/11/2019 | by JWMG Desk

Monthly Report

Summary of Information on Jihadist Websites

April 2019

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Summary of Information on Jihadist Websites March 2019

20/11/2019 | by JWMG Desk

Monthly Report 

Summary of Information on Jihadist Websites

 

March 2019

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