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Islamic-inspired home-grown terrorism (IIHGT) : what we know and what it means moving forward

Author: Michael G Zekulin; John Robert Ferris; University of Calgary. Centre for Military and Strategic Studies,
Publisher: Calgary [Alberta] : Centre for Military and Strategic Studies, University of Calgary, Beaconsfield, Quebec : Canadian Electronic Library, [2013] 2014.
Series: Calgary papers in military and strategic studies., Occasional paper ;, no. 8 (2013)
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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"Since 9/11, Western democracies are increasingly targeted by what has been termed Islamic-inspired Home-grown terrorism (IIHGT). This paper investigates what we really know about this more recent phenomenon and reveals several interesting, potentially troubling, findings. Canadian, American and Australian cases demonstrate that IIHGT actually takes many different forms, depending on endgame, size, organization, and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Michael G Zekulin; John Robert Ferris; University of Calgary. Centre for Military and Strategic Studies,
ISBN: 9781552387665 1552387666
OCLC Number: 896861893
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Description: 1 online resource (33 pages).
Series Title: Calgary papers in military and strategic studies., Occasional paper ;, no. 8 (2013)
Responsibility: Michael G. Zekulin ; editor, Dr. John Ferris.
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"Since 9/11, Western democracies are increasingly targeted by what has been termed Islamic-inspired Home-grown terrorism (IIHGT). This paper investigates what we really know about this more recent phenomenon and reveals several interesting, potentially troubling, findings. Canadian, American and Australian cases demonstrate that IIHGT actually takes many different forms, depending on endgame, size, organization, and scale and sophistication. It also identifies that despite consistent changes and shifts in form, IIHGT does not follow a clearly identifiable or linear trajectory, making the identification of trends moving forward very difficult. The paper concludes that while IIHGT generally seems to be devolving, this might be portrayed instead as an evolution because the transformation, more likely inadvertent than intentional, will make these types of plots more difficult to identify, monitor and prevent, thus improving the likelihood they will become increasingly successful in the future"--

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