Global Political Islam

  • Jihadist Competition Presents Serious Longterm Threat to Global Peace and Security

    April 15, 2015

    The competition for hegemony between the world's two major jihadist franchises, al-Qaeda and The Islamic State ("IS"), is producing the kinds of organizational adaptations, operational innovations, and media strategies which, overall, are strengthening both movements and raising the longterm threat to global peace and security from Islamist ideology spread through jihadi violence.

  • Global Jihadi Competitors Using Media for Islamist Hearts and Minds Campaign

    April 15, 2015

    Competing jihadi movements, including The Islamic State ("IS"), al Qaeda, and Jabhat al-Nusra, continue to develop sophisticated and systematic media strategies designed to win the "hearts and minds" of the global community of Muslim believers (umma) and to gain monopoly control over recruits for jihadi military, political, and educational activities.

  • Turkey Accuses Pope Francis of Religious Hatred for Statement about Armenian Genocide

    April 14, 2015

    The Government of Turkey has accused Pope Francis of using his "religious post to stoke hatred and grudges" along religious lines, in reaction to the Pontiff's description of Ottoman Turkey's murder of 1.5 million Armenian Christians as the 20th century's first genocide and to his call for Muslim leaders to denounce the targeted terror attacks against Mideast Christians by jihadi groups such as The Islamic State ("IS").

  • OIC Organizing Global Muslim Youth to Combat Islamophobia

    April 13, 2015

    The leadership of the global-multilateral Organisation of Islamic Cooperation ("OIC") has named Istanbul, Turkey as the inaugural "capital of Muslim youth," with a Summer 2015 conference planned to launch expanded programmatic activities for promoting integration and solidarity of Muslim youth around the world and for training in methods to combat Islamophobia and in conflict resolution.

  • American Supporter of Islamic State Raises Concerns About Homegrown Jihadism

    April 13, 2015

    U.S. authorities have apprehended an American citizen planning to carry out a suicide attack in the name of the Islamic State ("IS") against a military installation in Kansas, raising concerns about the possible growth in jihadi ideas and operations on American territory.

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