The International Observatory on Terrorism Studies (OIET) develops and promotes research and analysis that contributes to the contextualization and de-legitimization of terrorism, an increasingly global phenomenon that requires a global, multidisciplinary response.
A gentleman by the name of Arnaldo Otegi has been released from prison today, the 1st March, at Logrono, Spain. Otegi was previously a member of […]
Worldwide terrorism connected with the jihadist insurgencies in Syria and Iraq emerges disproportionately among second- and third-generation Muslim youth from Western Europe. Many of them […]
It is hard to measure the real impact that the audiovisual strategy of ISIS on social media has in the radicalization process of a terrorist. It […]
After 22 months and more than 900 visual campaigns, it is the first time ISIS demands attacks against Israel Daesh public communication apparatus have launched since […]
The Daesh terrorist group has just published an audiovisual campaign that uses a child armed with an RPG grenade to threats directly to Obama and the […]