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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.


Turkey and the Palestinian problem

30/11/2020 | by Karmon, Ely (Dr.)
By exploiting the Palestinian issue, President Erdogan tries to present Turkey to the Arab public as a leading power in the Middle East.
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The American Hostage Policy – A Historic Pro-Active Shift

30/11/2020 | by ICT Researchers
the activities to rescue American hostages, led by the National Security Advisor, Robert O’Brian (formerly the US Special Presidential Envoy for Hostage Affairs) are going strong regardless of the presidential elections (this review was written prior to the presidential elections) in a manner that illustrates the importance of the issue within the administration’s agenda, alongside an effort “to clear the table” as far as hostage/MIA affairs are concerned all while employing “360 degrees tools” that include intelligence, diplomatic, operational, propaganda as well as direct and indirect negotiations.
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The Clash of Civilizations - The Muhammad Caricatures as a Case Study

22/11/2020 | by ICT Researchers

Europe is experiencing a wave of terror attacks in response to the publication of Muhammad caricatures. These attacks in major European cities despite being tactical in nature, have a strategic effect on the population, decision makers and the relationship in the international arena between the West and Muslim countries and global jihadi organizations.

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Boko Haram in 2020

09/11/2020 | by Bohm, Vera
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Hezbollah: An Organization with a Leader (!) and a State (?)

09/11/2020 | by Col. Guy

The regional upheaval that has been shaping the Middle East since 2010 has brought the Arab public, especially the Arab youth who have been leading the protests and revolutions, to the foreThe Arab Middle East, on its concomitant leaders and populations, has entered a new era.

By Col. Guy and Dr. Keren

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