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The Funding of Terrorism (Part I) – Hookahs and Honey: Funding Terrorism through ‘Benign’ Activities

August 3, 2019

by Ian Ralby 4 August 2019   Terrorism catches people’s attention, charcoal does not. It is a certitude much like the fact that a bomb blowing up a building will make international news and a fishing boat laden with jerry cans of diesel will not. Over the last decade, terrorist groups have increasingly sought to … Continue reading “The Funding of Terrorism (Part I) – Hookahs and Honey: Funding Terrorism through ‘Benign’ Activities”


Strife Series on The Funding of Terrorism – Introduction

July 31, 2019

by Alexandra Roberts 1 August 2019   Editorial We have all seen the outcome of violent acts of terrorism . The attacks of 11 September 2001 were among the largest coordinated assaults that had ever been carried out. In the near two decades that have since passed, there has been a sustained multi-national effort to … Continue reading “Strife Series on The Funding of Terrorism – Introduction”


Financing Terror, Part I: Private Kuwaiti donors in Syria's Civil War

January 12, 2015

By Arne Holverscheid: What happened to President Bashar al-Assad? When Syria descended into civil war in 2011, he was the perfect enemy for the Western public: supported by his ally Iran, he preferred watching his people die and his country be torn apart than give in to demands for freedom, democracy and civil rights. The … Continue reading “Financing Terror, Part I: Private Kuwaiti donors in Syria's Civil War”


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