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Online jihadist magazines to promote the caliphate : communicative perspectives

Author: Jonathan Andre Matusitz; Andrea Madrazo; Catalina Udani
Publisher: New York : Peter Lang, [2019]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book examines online jihadist magazines published by three terrorist organizations--Al-Qaeda, ISIS, and Al-Shabaab--and their aggressive promotion of the Caliphate. The magazines are Inspire, Dabiq, Rumiyah, and Gaidi Mtaani. They have played an important role in the diffusion of Islamist ideas such as jihad and sharia (Islamic law). The Caliphate is an Islamic system of world government that seeks to create a  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jonathan Andre Matusitz; Andrea Madrazo; Catalina Udani
ISBN: 9781433163258 143316325X
OCLC Number: 1089839891
Description: xi, 305 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Terrorism, Islam, and the pursuit of the caliphate --
Understanding Jihad through communication theories --
Al-Qaeda, ISIS, and Al-Shabaab --
The Jihadisphere of online magazines --
Inspire, Dabiq, Rumiyah, and Gaidi Mtaani --
Islamic radicalization through online magazines --
Narrative Analysis of online Jihadist magazines --
Discussion and perspectives from communication theories --
Strategies to combat online Jihadist magazines.
Responsibility: Jonathan Matusitz, Andrea Madrazo, and Catalina Udani.

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This book examines online jihadist magazines published by three terrorist organizations and their aggressive promotion of the Caliphate. This book extends existing research by offering fresh insights  Read more...

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