Search: Jihadism,Islamic State (5 materials)

The Three Phases of Jihadism

... persecuted. With this support, they established a network in Syria and Iraq which eventually became the Caliphate. The third phase of Jihadism did not take place on the stage of satellite television, unlike their predecessors. They reigned in the age of social ... ... could target people far more precisely through phishing actions. This allowed them to build a mechanism that would lead to the Islamic State and to the Caliphate which was proclaimed in June 2014. However the post-millenarian organization, after a series ...


Europe’s Attempts to Understand Online Extremism

... violent extremism and/or terrorism and the Internet. The keynote speaker of this edition was Mina al-Lami, editor of BBCM ’s Jihadism, a page that features daily reports and insight on jihadist developments, trends, profiles, and online platforms. We ... ... methods are considered to be the most effective and are suggested for use in combating online extremism? Joseph Fitsanakis: Islamic State after ISIS. Colonies without Metropole or Cyber Activism? In terms of technology and counter-terrorism solutions,...


Cyber Caliphate: What Apps Are the Islamic State Using?

... repeatedly accused of being the messaging application of terrorists, and in the context of the messaging service’s being blocked, the discussion surrounding the rights of citizens to engage in private correspondence grew more heated. The example of the Islamic State, however, only goes to show that militants shall not live by Telegram alone: they act much more competently and work to keep a step ahead of law enforcement agencies. What tools do terrorists actually use and how should we fight against ...


Will There Be an Alliance against the Islamic State?

... countering the Islamic State in the region. However, attempts to really unite the international community in the fight against the Islamic State have not been sufficiently successful. Less than a third of the countries in the world (60) have joined the coalition ... ... only few of them are involved in a full-fledged fight. Aleksey Sarabiev: Lebanon in the Crosshairs of Jihadism It should be recalled that the United States played the role of the coalition’s “moderator” and sent ...


Lebanon in the Crosshairs of Jihadism

... Gebran Bassil in his interview with Al-Hayat in November 2014: "Lebanon is part of the international coalition against the Islamic State ... as well as other countries that are fighting against terrorism. Our position is to encourage the participation ... ... between the main political forces in Lebanon cast doubt on any rosy prospects for the fight against IS and the al-Nusra Front jihadism. Major differences in approaches to assessing extremism at the regional level are bound to have an impact on the internal ...


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