Ariel Koch follows the online activities of al-Qa'ida, with an emphasis on its presence on the encrypted messaging network Telegram, as part of its preparations for again becoming a leading player in the global jihad arena.
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Jihadi #MeToo? New al-Qaʿida Magazine for Women Calls on Them To Stay Indoors and Serve Their Jihadi Husbands
Gilad Shiloach takes a look at al-Qaʿida's new magazine for women.
Michael Barak analyzes the reaction in the Arab world to reports of military cooperation between Israel and Egypt in the Sinai Peninsula, which some Egyptian social media users consider being in the interest of their country’s security.
Adam Hoffman examines Ayman al-Zawahiri's recent call for jihadist unity and the emergence of a new al-Qaʿida affiliate in Syria.
Adam Hoffman explores the Islamic State propaganda effort against the Egyptian government led by President 'Abd al-Fattah al-Sisi.
Ariel Koch examines the emergence of two new al-Qaʿida organizations in Syria.
Adam Hoffman reviews the state of global jihad at the end of 2017.
Global Jihadists' Response to Trump's Decision on Jerusalem: United and Re-energized Against a Common Enemy
Ariel Koch, Adam Hoffman, and Gilad Shiloach analyze the reaction among jihadi-salafi groups to US President Donald Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
Gilad Shiloach analyzes tension and conflict between al-Qaida affiliates in Syria.
ISIS may have a new competitor in the Sinai Peninsula.