Articles of the Week – 6/29-8/2

Sunday June 30:
List of Syria-related violent incidents in Australia – Andrew Zammit, The Murphy Raid: 
Monday July 1:
Rebels In Losing War Against Shabab Leader – M. Mubarak, Inside the Insurgency: 
Tuesday July 2:
Somalia: The Godane Coup And The Unraveling Of Al-Shabaab – Hassan M. Abukar, African Arguments: 
Caucasus Emirate Will Try to Stop Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics – North Caucasus Caucus:
Wednesday July 3:
The Songs of Liwa’a Abu Fadl al-Abbas: Militant Iraqi Shia Music & Syria – Phillip Smyth, Jihadology: 
China’s Response to the Revolts in the Arab World: A Case of Pragmatic Diplomacy – Degang Sun & Yahia Zoubir, Mediterranean Politics:
Conflict in Rakhine State in Myanmar: Rohingya Muslims’ Conundrum – Nehginpao Kipgen, Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs: 
Sunday July 7:
How Syria’s Civil War Became a Holy Crusade – Thomas Hegghammer and Aaron Y. Zelin, Foreign Affairs:
Salafis After the Coup – Will McCants, Foreign Affairs:
Monday July 8:
ʿAdālat al-Ṣaḥāba: The Construction of a Religious Doctrine – Amr Osman, Arabica: 
Tuesday July 9:
The trouble with radicalization – Peter R Neumann, International Affairs:
Wednesday July 10:
A Clash of Islamic Models – Aylin Uver Noi, Current Trends in Islamist Ideology: 
Tuesday July 16:
Foreign Fighters and Ants: How they form their colonies – Clint Watts, Foreign Policy Research Institute: 
State and religion in a revolutionary era: perspectives and demands of the Islamic awakening – Ridwan Al-Sayyid, Contemporary Arab Affairs: 
Premature Obituaries for Political Islam Fawaz A. Gerges, The Middle East Channel:
Wednesday July 17:
Al Qaeda’s Uncertain Future – Bruce Hoffman, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism: 
Nomads, Islamists, and Soldiers: The Struggles for Northern Mali – Lawrence E. Cline, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 
Thursday July 18:
The Death of a Top al-Qaeda Commander – Brian O’Neil, Medium:
Contesting Islam through the 2012 Sydney Protests: An Analysis of Post-protest Political Discourse amongst Australian Muslims – Joshua M. Roose, Islam and Christian–Muslim Relations:
Friday July 19:
Mauritania’s Salafi Prisoners: A Release and Some Questions – Alex Thurston, Sahel Blog: 
Saturday July 20:
Liwa’a ‘Ammar Ibn Yasir: A New Shia Militia Operating In Aleppo, Syria – Phillip Smyth, Jihadology: 
Monday July 22:
Making Muslims: The Politics of Religious Identity Construction and Victoria’s Islamic Schools – Yasmin Hassen, Islam and Christian–Muslim Relations: 
Tuesday July 23:
The Risks Posed by Jihadist Hackers – Christopher Heffelfinger, CTC Sentinel:
The Syrian Spillover and Salafist Radicalization in Lebanon – Bilal Y. Saab, CTC Sentinel:
Anti-Muslim Attacks in Myanmar Threaten Uptick in Regional Violence and Islamist Activism – James Brandon, CTC Sentinel:
Zaynab’s Guardians: The Emergence of Shi`a Militias in Syria – Christopher Anzalone, CTC Sentinel:
Al-Qa`ida in the Islamic Maghreb’s Tunisia Strategy Aaron Y. Zelin, Daveed Gartenstein-Ross, and Andrew Lebovich, CTC Sentinel:
Tools and Tradeoffs: Confronting U.S. Citizen Terrorist Suspects Abroad – Dan Byman & Benjamin Wittes, Brookings: 
Reflections on 9/11: Australian Muslim and Non-Muslim Responses 10 Years On – Halim Rane & Jacqui Ewart, Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs: 
Thursday July 25:
Secularizing Islamism and Islamizing Democracy: The Political and Ideational Evolution of the Egyptian Muslim Brothers 1984–2012 – Sumita Pahwa, Mediterranean Politics: 
Democracy, Civil Liberties and the Role of Religion after the Arab Awakening: Constitutional Reforms in Tunisia and Morocco – Emanuela Dalmasso & Francesco Cavatorta, Mediterranean Politics: 
The ‘Arab Uprising’, Islamists and Democratization – Jeffrey Haynes, Mediterranean Politics: 
Re-emerging Islamism in Tunisia: Repositioning Religion in Politics and Society – Teije Hidde Donker, Mediterranean Politics: 
Moderation through exclusion? The journey of the Tunisian Ennahda from fundamentalist to conservative party – Francesco Cavatorta & Fabio Merone, Democratization: 
Friday July 26:
Alleged Brahmi Killer: Tracing Ties Between Aboubaker el-Hakim, Ansar al-Sharia, and Al-Qaeda – Andrew Lebovich and Aaron Y. Zelin, Tunisia Live:
Relationship between state and religion: Egypt after the revolution – Tarek El-Beshry, Contemporary Arab Affairs: 
Tuesday July 30:
Origins and Dimensions of Instability in Post-Qaddafi Libya – Homeland Security Policy Institute: 
The Lion of Damascus, and Afghans, and Africans! Oh My!: Fighters From Exotic Locales In Syria’s Shia Militias – Phillip Smyth, Jihadology: 
Wednesday July 31:
Syria’s moderate rebels wane as extremist forces dominate – Charles Lister, The National:
Thursday August 1:
Blue-Eyed Jihad – Jenan Moussa and Harald Doornbos, Foreign Policy:
How Al Qaeda Innovates – Assaf Moghadam, Security Studies: