Topic: Jihadism | Jihadists

Graffiti in Libya

Libya, Al Koni and the Skhirat Agreement

A fatal blow

German Minister of Defence Ursula von der Leyen visiting Saudi Deputy Prince Mohammed bin Salman al-Saud in Riyadh (photo: dpa/Rainer Jensen)

Non-fiction: Sebastian Sons′ ″Auf Sand gebaut″

Saudi Arabia – a difficult ally

Smartphone with Twitter logo in front of the word 'Cairo'

Social media against Islamic extremism

The invisible battle

″No to terrorism!″ – Demonstration in Tunis against the repatriation of convicted jihadists (photo: AFP/Getty Images)

Jihadism debate

Beyond the Mediterranean

A rebel fighter near the city of Aleppo

The Syrian revolution

Girding the forces of change

Nusra Front Islamists burn an Assad poster in Idlib (photo: Getty Images/AFP/O. Haj Kadour)

Charges against Bashar al-Assad

His turn will come

 Fighters of the Libya's UN-backed government. Foto: Reuters

Libya′s domestic crisis

On the road to nowhere

Donald Trump during the US election campaign (photo: Getty Images)

Arab reactions to Donald Trump′s election victory

The jihadists' dream

Anti-IS militia – Kurdish Iraqi women on the front near Mosul (photo: Reuters/A. Jadallah)

The Mosul offensive

In enemy heartland

IS child soldiers (photo: picture-alliance/ZUMA Press/Medyan Dairieh)

The Mosul offensive

The Caliphate's cubs

Thousands of demonstrators protested the hanging of Qadri, convicted of assassinating former Punjab governor Salman Taseer in 2011

Saudi influence in Pakistan

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A perilous road

Award-winning journalist Patrick Cockburn (photo: Martin Hunter)

Non-fiction: ″The Age of Jihad ″ by Patrick Cockburn

A catalogue of blunders

Nadia Murad (photo: picture-alliance/abacapress)

Profile: Nadia Murad

One woman's fight against Islamic State

Philosopher Slavoj Zizek (photo: picture-alliance/picturedesk)

Slavoj Zizek’s exploration of Islam and modernity

A Eurocentric perspective

In memory of the murdered Jordanian writer Nahed Hattar (photo: dpa/picture-alliance/EPA/Jamal Nasrallah)

The murder of Jordanian author Nahed Hattar

The same stinking swamp

BBC Radio: How Islam got political

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