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My Journey Towards Jihad – ICSVE’s new Breaking the ISIS Brand Counter Narrative Video Clip

  My Journey Towards Jihad is the 19th counter narrative video clip in the ICSVE Breaking the ISIS Brand series.  It features Abu Albani, a Kosovar foreign fighter who went twice to Syria; first to join and fight with the… Continue Reading →

Rewards ofJoining the Islamic State – ICSVE’s new Breaking the ISIS Brand Counter Narrative Video 

Click here to see the video Today, ICSVE releases Rewards of the Islamic State, the 18th counter narrative video in the ICSVE Breaking the ISIS Brand series, videos which can be found both on the ICSVE website and on the ICSVE YouTube Channel. By Anne Speckhard, Ph.D…. Continue Reading →

Ensuring a long-term win against ISIS in Mosul

The Need for Rehabilitation & Reintegration Programs & Restoring Security and Justice By Anne Speckhard, Ph.D., Grace Wakim & Ardian Shajkovci Allah Akbar (meaning God is Greatest) is a colloquial expression commonly used by Muslims, especially in the Arab world,… Continue Reading →

Alarms Raised over Safeguarding Professional Ethics in FBI proposed “Shared Responsibility Committees” addressing Potentially Radicalized Individuals

Murky federal plans, and odd bedfellows between law enforcement and counseling professionals, currently threaten to create ethical dilemmas for those in the helping professions—psychologists, counselors, imams and doctors—who may be called upon by the FBI in upcoming months to report… Continue Reading →

ICSVE’s new Brief Report: ISIS Once Again Silences its Enemies in Turkey

Once again ISIS cadres have penetrated from Syria into Turkey and carried out an assault on those brave enough to speak out against them.  Monday evening (April 10th), thirty-six year-old Syrian journalist, Muhammed Zahir al Serkat, was shot in the… Continue Reading →

Alleged ISIS operative and Paris Attacker, Salah Abdelslam, found hiding out in Molenbeek, Belgium

Salah Abdelslam – believed to be one of the November 13, 2015 Paris attackers in which one hundred and thirty persons were killed, was apprehended in a police takedown yesterday in Molenbeek, a neighborhood in Brussels. Abdelslam, a twenty-six year old French… Continue Reading →

Narrative: The Critical Component of Counter-Terrorism Strategy

  The shock and awe campaign being waged by ISIS is one we did not predict when we orchestrated our own variety of shock and awe over Bagdad. And while debate about the effectiveness of airstrikes against ISIS continues, those… Continue Reading →

Tunisian foreign fighter uprising inside ISIS occurs today in Raqqa

A huge internal fight inside ISIS occurred today in Raqqa in which two hundred members tried to defect and switch alliance to Jabhat al-Nusra. The uprising occurred in response to when ISIS executed Tunisian ISIS commander Abu Ubeyd al-Tunisi along… 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 →

The Shameful Failure of the War against ISIS

Exactly 17 months have passed since the leader of Islamic State, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, declared the establishment of an Islamic caliphate during a speech in Iraq, and it appears that, despite the world’s opposition, his words are coming true. By Yoni… Continue Reading →

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