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Terrorists’ Use of Drones Promises to Extend Beyond Caliphate Battles​

Unmanned and remote controlled aircrafts, i.e. drones, continue to change the character of contemporary warfare. [i] It was satellites and drones, alongside a good deal of human intelligence, that located Osama bin Laden in Afghanistan in 2000 [ii], and later,… Continue Reading →

ICSVE’s new Breaking the ISIS Brand video clip – Dreams of the Islamic State​

By Anne Speckhard, Ph.D. ICSVE is proud toannounce the release of our newest video in the Breaking the ISIS Brand–ISIS Cadres Counter-Narrative Project. “Dreams of the Islamic State” produced by ICSVE’s Zack Baddorf is based on Anne Speckhard’s and Ahmed Yayla’s interview in… Continue Reading →

Brides of ISIS: The Internet Seduction of Western Females into ISIS

Shoot the Women First is the title of a 1991 book by Eileen MacDonald based on her interviews of female terrorists and originated in advice purportedly given to Germany’s GSG 9 anti-terrorist sharpshooters. MacDonald exploded the myth that female terrorists… Continue Reading →

International war against Isis/Daesh and “eradicate” jihadists in Iraq and Syria

World powers are poised to forge a single resolution at the United Nations Security Council to declare a common war against Isis and “eradicate” jihadists in Iraq and Syria, The Independent understands. The attacks in Paris as well as the downing… Continue Reading →

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