ICT's annual international conference is the largest and one of the most influential events in the field of counter-terrorism today. The conference is a vital opportunity for high-profile experts from diverse background of disciplines to establish professional relationships and serves as a platform for the formation of international cooperation. Over 1,000 top decision-makers, defense, intelligence and police officials, prominent academic scholars and security industry leaders from over 60 countries take part in the world summit on counter-terrorism.
ICT is involved in two EU Horizon 2020 projects aiming to counter-radicalization
Trends in Cyberspace - Annual Summary 2017 l Cyber Desk
Trends in Cyberspace - Annual Summary 2017
A New Study on the Lone Wolf Terrorism in Israel l ICT Researchers
First published at: https://www.gov.il/en/Departments/news/study_on_lone_wolf_terror_phenomena_120618
Summary of Information on Jihadists Websites March 2018 l JWMG Desk
Monthly Report: Summary of Information on Jihadist Websites, March 2018
Global Jihad - The Shift from Hierarchal Terrorist Organizations to Decentralized Systems l Dr. Eitan Azani
Counter Terrorism Today and Etai Handman interview Dr. Ely Karmon on Syria: Local, Regional, Global Battlefield
This edition of Counter Terrorism Today is titled Israel and its Neighbours in the Middle Eastern Maze: War, Peace or Containment? This show had a special focus on Russia and the influence they have as a new permanent neighbour in the Middle East.
ICT's 17th International Conference was held under the theme of "The Terrorism Maze" aimed at analyzing and discussing the factors, influences and trends which make up the web of terrorism and counter-terrorism.
Barcelona, Berlin, Boston, Brussels, London, Madrid, Manchester, New York, Nice, Paris, Stockholm, Sydney—over the past several years these and other cities of the democratic West have become places widely identified with terrorist attacks involving suicide belts, rammings by cars or trucks, improvised bombs, mass shootings, or stabbings.
First published in the Journal of Democracy
President Trump’s foreign and security policies on Middle East issues is trying to force Abbas to return to negotiations, instead of bringing Israel to the negotiating table on the basis of the peace initiative endorsed by Saudi Arabia and the Arab League in 2003.
Targeted killing is a prominent, yet highly controversial tactic used by nation states in modern warfare against terrorism.
Against the backdrop of the loss of the Islamic State’s strongholds in Iraq and Syria, and the retreat of the organization’s fighters from the territories that were under their control, Al-Wafa jihadist media institution (which is in involved in media for the Islamic State) published an article on February 8, 2018 by a writer named Ahlam al-Nasr (aka Umm Usama al-Dimashqiyya), who is apparently active in the organization’s territory in Syria.
Monthly ReportSummary of Information on Jihadist WebsitesFebruary 2018