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Published by Dr. Mansour Saeed Al-Qarni - Researcher in Issues of Extremism, Rehabilitation and Inclusion
The staggering number of Muslim youth in general and the Arab youth in particular flooding into conflict zones and volatile areas since the eruption of the war against...
Published by Mohammed Khalid Al-Ghazali - Professor of sociology, University of Padua, Italy
Violent extremism is today a potential threat to social cohesion in Italy; while, in other European countries, the impact of which seems to be more severe and...
Published by Abdul Sattar Abdul Rahman - Journalist & Researcher
Given the cutting-edge technologies of communication, terrorism has entered into a new era, making the world reconsider the current manifestations of terrorism, which is...
Published by Dr. Mohd Yazid bin Zul Kepli - Associate Professor at the Faculty of Laws at IIUM, Malaysia
In September 2019, during the 19th Annual International Conference on Counter Terrorism, the United States Treasury Undersecretary, Sigal Mandelker, warned that...
Published by Muhammad Saiful Alam Shah Bin Sudiman - Researcher at S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS)
Introduction To Islamist terrorist groups, the bai'at or pledge of allegiance is a declaration of fealty to the organizations and their leaders. Other than...
Published by Dr. Ahmed Dheifullah Alqarni - Vice President of the International Institute for Iranian Studies
Other than the challenges of development, the second most notorious danger that Islam is facing today is the ubiquity of terrorism, which is an implacable enemy to...
Published by Mohammed Jameel Ahmed - Sudanese Researcher & Writer
Empowerment is a disciplined Islamic concept. Empowerment per se is mentioned in the Holy Quran: Allah has promised, to those among you who believe and work righteous...
Published by Mohammed Zahid Goul - Editor-in-chief of the Turkish Independent website
The dialectical relationship between ideology and media is a double-edged sword that has greatly affected Muslim communities over the past years. At worst, it has brought...
Published by Colonel Abdullah Mohammed Shadi - Delegate of the Republic of Yemen to IMCTC
As a matter of fact, we are glaringly facing difficulty defining the theoretical, methodological and value-driven framework that controls media activity, especially daily...
Published by Dr. Faleh Fuleihan Al-Ruwaily - Extremism Researcher
Globalization began with the advent of information technology, i.e. automation of computers and digital systems, the making of microcosm, satellite-based communications,...
Published by Dr. Muhammad Taifuri - Visiting Professor at the Faculties of Legal, Economic and Social Sciences at Mohammed V University in Rabat, and Ibn Zohr University in Agadir.
Violence is seen by a group of researchers as a "natural" human phenomenon. For such researchers, violence per se is rampant in all human history. As such, many...
Published by Dr. Amira Mohamed Abdelhalim - Senior Advisor on African Affairs - Editor-in-Chief of Iranian Spotlights Magazine - Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies (ACPSS), Cairo
For so many years, Africa has been kept out of international deliberations about terrorist threats, especially the sub-Saharan regions. Back to the 1980s and 1990s when...
Published by Dr. Mohammed Hamed Al-Fayedy - Economic Researcher
In terms of criminology, money laundering ranks among the most serious financial crimes, constituting negative effects equally on the economy and society. Money...
Published by Dr. Mansour Saeed Al-Qarni, Extremism and Rehabilitation Researcher
    Projects of remedial ideology projects aim to rehabilitate those who are ideologically deviant, so that they become more aware of the ideas that they...
Published by Dr. Mohamed el-Adhamat
Geographically located at the height of the storm, Jordan – over the past three decades or so – has been glaringly experiencing the dire consequences of chaos...
Published by Dr. Al-Khedher Abdul Baqi Mohammed - Director of the Nigerian Center for Arab Research
The first nucleus of Boko Haram was formed in 1995 in northern Nigeria as a religious and sensitization organization under the name of "Muslim Youth...
Published by Hassan Mohammed - Egyptian Researcher, MPhil in Religion, Politics and Citizenship, University of Padova, Italy
Terrorism has notoriously imposed itself on the international arena, jostling for power as a serious challenge that calls for a broad response from the international...
Published by Dr. Faleh Felayhan Al Ruwaili
Children are adversely affected by armed conflicts around the world. Michelle Foti, vice chairman of the Children and Armed Conflict in 2016 reported that 250 million...
Published by Dr. Jassim Khalil Mirza - Academic & Media Expert
All of us are well aware of the important role of media in all contemporary walks of life, including education, culture, economy and security. Most scholarly studies...
Published by Prof. Ignacio Gutierrez De Teran Gomez-Benita
European security agencies pay a great deal of attention to the consequences of cyber recruitment and the advanced methods and techniques used by extremist groups to lure...
Published by Dr. Faleh bin Felaihan al-Ruwaili
Terrorism is a complex global phenomenon that has overlapping psychological, ideological, cultural, social, economic and political dimensions. It has been subjected to...
Published by Minister Plenipotentiary/ Abdulmajeed bin Abdulrahman Albabteen
The phase ends of violent groups and organizations with extreme ideological principles are almost identical. Although they differ in details, causes, geographic regions,...
Published by Dr. Musa Barhoumeh
In geology, equally as in life and humanities, earthquakes, storms, and volcanoes may cause tremors or aftershocks that are more damaging than the event itself in that...
Published by Saad Al-Sulaiman
Introduction:   The very first step to fight terrorism and eradicate its roots from any society requires a thorough understanding of all aspects and causes of...
Published by Dr. Faleh bin Fleihan Al-Ruwaili
The phenomenon of extremism with regard to individuals is linked to complications of inadaptability with the surrounding political, social and economic environment which...
Published by Air Vice Marshall Hamoud bin Mohammed Al Asmari
The phenomenon of terrorism is as old as humanity. It is linked to the existence of social relations between human beings and to the existence of the conflict...
Published by Dr. Hassan Abdullah Al-Daa'ja
The intellectual security term pops up continuously in tandem with a litany of current scientific dissertations and studies on the subject. A cause of political,...
Published by Major General Dr. Fayez Al-Duwairi
The term "terrorism" is relatively a new term, which was first introduced in 1798 in the appendix to a text of a French academy. It was intended to...
Published by Sayed Ghonaim
There is no doubt that terrorism is a threat to any society as it undermines peace, security and the most basic human rights of secured life and sustainable...
Published by Mohammed Zahid Gul
Media has no doubt a huge and important role in the establishment of convictions and shaping the minds of individuals in the contemporary life. The influence of...
Published by Major General Staff Dr. Mohamed Kashkoush
Introduction: Armed terrorism can be defined as a group of armed militias that use violence and murder against civilians, armies and state police in order to...
Published by Dr. Amani Massoud Al-Houdaini
Terrorism, an excessive use of power which leads to a state of panic, fear and terror among the public, has historically been the result of three aspects, a...
Published by Dr. Kamal Ahmed Amer
Terrorism is one of the most significant problems facing the modern world. The impact of this phenomenon has increased the speed and the momentum of media coverage...
Published by Dr. Albasheer Almutaqi
It is necessary to propose a conceptual definition of ‘terrorism’ as a serious phenomenon and to identify it as a scourge threatening the security and...
Published by Prof. Taha Najem
Mass media and terrorism have become more interdependent in a mutually beneficial relationship often described as 'symbiotic.' This article addresses that...
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