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Authored by Dr. Sherifa D. Zuhur.
This monograph takes its title from President Hosni Mubarak's prediction that American involvement in Iraq would give rise to a "hundred Osamas." The author explores "the new jihad" and the regeneration of Islamist insurgencies and extremist movements in the context of religious and political movements throughout the Muslim world. It describes the contributions of various Islamist leaders to this discourse of extremism and how their strategies of recruitment, retention and engagement function. In contrast, various U.S. responses to extremists are critiqued, and new elements of a counterstrategy are proposed.
Decreasing Violence (or Deradicalization) in the New Jihad in Saudi Arabia and Beyond
HAMAS and Israel: Conflicting Strategies of Group-Based Politics
Precision in the Global War on Terror: Inciting Muslims through the War of Ideas
Egypt: Security, Political, and Islamist Challenges
Iraq, Women's Empowerment and Public Policy
Iran, Iraq, and the United States: The New Triangle's Impact on Sectarianism and the Nuclear Threat
Saudi Arabia: Islamic Threat, Political Reform, and the Global War on Terror
Islamic Rulings on Warfare