Tag Archives: Daesh

30Apr/21

L’agguato ai reporter spagnoli in Burkina e la presenza jihadista nel Sahel -by. G. Giacalone

Martedì 27 aprile il Ministero degli Esteri spagnolo rendeva nota la morte dei reporter David Beriain e Roberto Fraile, uccisi in un attacco perpetrato da presunti jihadisti nel sud-est del Burkina Faso; nell’assalto rimaneva ucciso anche il cittadino irlandese Rory Young, a capo dell’organizzazione Chengeta Wildlife, molto attiva nell’anti-bracconaggio in tutto il Continente nero. Continue reading

10Nov/20

Terror in Vienna: a risk assessment perspective – by Jörg Peschak

On the night before the second lockdown on November 2nd, 2020 at 8 pm, Austria’s capital was hit by a terrorist attack. On the macrolevel, it is the latest of a series of events that began in France with the republication of the caricatures of Charly Hebdo followed by the beheading of a teacher for showing the caricatures and an attack on people at the cathedral in Nice. Now the scene moved to Vienna. But why Austria? Could it have been prevented? Continue reading

25Ott/20

Terrorismo islamista: Francia sotto pressione – by G. Giacalone, M. Lombardi, M. Maiolino

La linea del tempo

La barbara uccisione del docente di educazione civica, Samuel Paty, mostra una serie di fattori dei quali non si può non tener conto se si vuole andare oltre cronache e sensazionalismi per capire in che direzione si sta evolvendo il terrorismo di stampo islamista in Europa e in particolare in Francia. Continue reading

30Giu/20

Three generations of jihadist preachers in Italy compared – by Alessandro Boncio

Introduction. The period of jihadi terrorism that Western countries are experiencing currently, could be labelled as a moment of reshaping and transformation. Following the collapse of its Syrian-Iraqi creature, ISIS is repositioning itself physically and ideologically; at the same time, al-Qa’ida linked groups are constantly strengthening its files and ranks, still strong of its cultural appeal[2]. Continue reading