Articles of the Week – 5/26-6/1

Saturday May 26:
Children, jihad, agency, and the state of counter terrorism – Leah Farrall, The Blog Formerly Known as All Things Counter Terrorism:
Sunday May 27:
A Study of Knights Under the Banner of the Prophet (2d ed) – Part 8 -Marisa Urgo, Making Sense of Jihad:
A Study of Knights Under the Banner of the Prophet (2d ed) – Part 9 -Marisa Urgo, Making Sense of Jihad:
Tuesday May 29:
Salafis in Kuwait – Scheherezade Faramarzi, al-Ahram:
Spy v. Spy – Gregory Johnsen, Waq al-Waq:
Wednesday May 30:
What Is Boko Haram? – Andrew Walker, United States Institute of Peace:
Some Things We May Think About MUJWA – Kal, The Moor Next Door:
Thursday May 31:
Izutsu’s Study of the Qur’an from an Arab Perspective – Eisa Al-Akoub, Journal of Qur’anic Studies:
A Brief Look at the History and Power of Anasheed in Jihadist Culture – Behnam Said, Jihadology:
Exclusive: CIA Documents on 9/11 – J.M. Berger, IntelWire:
Friday June 1:
Chechen Adversaries Unveil Rival Concepts Of Jihad – Liz Fuller, The Caucasus Report:
« A believer is not stung twice out of the same hole »: The longstanding issue of security within the ranks. Part 1 – Kévin Jackson, All Eyes on Jihadism:
Bin Laden’s commitment to the covenant – Steven Brooke, @afpakchannel: