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Periodical articleUche, Chidiebube Jasper (2019)
See this documentShia Islam clampdown in Nigeria: A recipe for insurgency?
African Security Review. Volume 28 #3-4. p. 222-228.

BookIdrissa, Rahmane (2017)
The Politics of Islam in the Sahel: Between Persuasion and Violence
Abstract presentRoutledge. 290p.

BookSangaré, B. (2016)
See this documentLe centre du Mali: épicentre du djihadisme?
Bruxelles: Groupe de recherche et d'information sur la paix et la sécurité (GRIP). 12p.

Periodical articlePommerolle, Marie-Emmanuelle (2015)
Les violences dans l'Extrême-Nord du Cameroun: le complot comme outil d'interprétation et de luttes politiques
Abstract presentPolitique africaine. #138. p. 163-177.

DVD / videoSissako, Abderrahmane and Ahmed, Ibrahim and Jafri, Abel (eds.) (2015)
See this documentTimbuktu
Abstract presentAmsterdam: Cinéart.

BookAgbonkhifo, J.J. (2014)
Terrorism in Nigeria
Lagos. 103p.

Periodical articleAghedo, Iro (2014)
See this documentOld wine in a new bottle: ideological and operational linkages between Maitatsine and Boko Haram revolts in Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrican security. Volume 7 #4. p. 229-250.

Periodical articleBamidele, Oluwaseun (2014)
See this documentIs there space in between? Religion and armed conflict in African states
Abstract presentAfrican Security Review. Volume 23 #1. p. 34-52.

Periodical articleKane, Mouhamadou (2014)
See this documentInterreligious violence in the Central African Republic: an analysis of the causes and implications
Abstract presentAfrican Security Review. Volume 23 #3. p. 312-317.

BookKéïta, Fatoumata (2014)
Crise sécuritaire et violences au nord du Mali
Bamako: La Sahélienne. Regards sur une crise #11. 62p.

BookMbougar Sarr, Mohamed (2014)
Terre ceinte: roman
Paris: Présence africaine. 258p.

BookMustapha, Abdul Raufu (ed.) (2014)
Sects & social disorder: Muslim identities & conflict in Northern Nigeria
Abstract presentWoodbridge: James Currey. Western African studies. 234p.

Periodical articleNungshak Wika, Peter (2014)
See this documentUnveiling the salient issues in the protracted Jos crises, Central Nigeria
Abstract presentModern Africa: Politics, History and Society. Volume 2 #1. p. 53-74.

Periodical articleOnah, Emmanuel Ikechi (2014)
See this documentThe Nigerian State as an equilibrium of violence: an explanation of the Boko Haram insurgency in Northern Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrican Journal on Conflict Resolution. Volume 14 #2. p. 63-80.

BookSegun, Mausi and Muscati, Samer (2014)
See this document'Those terrible weeks in their camp': Boko Haram violence against women and girls in Northeast Nigeria
New York, NY: Human Rights Watch. 63p.

BookShankar, Shobana (2014)
Who shall enter paradise? Christian origins in Muslim Northern Nigeria, ca. 1890/1975
Athens, OH: Ohio University Press. New African histories series. 209p.

BookHaïdara, Chirfi Moulaye (2013)
Tombouctou meurtrie: regard sur les stigmates de l'occupation du nord du Mali
Bamako: Éditions Jamana. 145p.

Periodical articleMusa, Aliyu Odamah (2012)
Socio-economic incentives, new media and the Boko Haram campaign of violence in Northern Nigeria
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 4 #1. p. 111-124.

DVD / videoBok, Jan Willem den (ed.) (2011)
See this documentDe vier muren van Dina
Abstract presentHilversum: EO.

Periodical articleGraham (IV), Franklin Charles (2011)
See this documentAbductions, kidnappings and killings in the Sahel and Sahara
Abstract presentReview of African Political Economy. Volume 38 #130. p. 587-604.

BookRayhana and Arnaud, Didier (eds.) (2011)
Le prix de la liberté
Paris: Flammarion. 334p.

BookMohammed, Abdulkareem and Haruna, Mohammed (eds.) (2010)
The paradox of Boko Haram
Kano: Zamani Books. 188p.

BookNorell, Magnus (2008)
See this documentIslamist networks in Somalia
Stockholm: Division of Defence Analysis, Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI). FOI report #2609. 30p.

Periodical articleSanni, Amidu (2008)
Terror in the name of God and the society: the Nigerian youth and the economy of violence
Abstract presentJournal of Oriental and African Studies. Volume 17. p. 87-102.

Periodical articleMcdougall, E. Ann (2007)
See this documentConstructing Emptiness: Islam, Violence and Terror in the Historical Making of the Sahara
Abstract presentJournal of Contemporary African Studies. Volume 25 #1. January. p. 17-30.

Periodical articleMeynier, Gilbert (2007)
Pour une histoire critique de l'Algérie: mise au point factuelle sur les événements de Constantine, 12 mai et jours suivants
Revue d'histoire maghrébine. Volume 34 #128. p. 97-105.

Periodical articleNugent, Paul (2007)
See this documentCyclical history in the Gambia/Casamance borderlands: refuge, settlement and Islam from c. 1880 to the present
Abstract presentThe Journal of African History. Volume 48 #2. July. p. 221-243.

BookOladosu, Afis Ayinde (ed.) (2007)
Islam in contemporary Africa: on violence, terrorism and development
Abstract presentNewcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars. 223p.

Periodical articleSanni, Amidu (2007)
The Nigerian Muslim youth and the shari'a controversy: issues in violence engineering in the public sphere
Abstract presentJournal of Oriental and African Studies. Volume 16. p. 119-133.

BookAlenyo, George William (2006)
Pope Benedict XVI on violence in Islam
Kampala: Gentile Solidarity with Israel (G.S.I.).

BookMenkhaus, Kenneth John (2006)
Somalia: state collapse and the threat of terrorism
London; New York: Routledge.

Book chapterCarney, Timothy (2005)
The Sudan: Political Islam and terrorism
In: Rotberg, Robert I. (ed.), Battling terrorism in the Horn of Africa. Washington: Brookings Institution Press. p. 119-140.

Book chapterCarson, Johnnie (2005)
Kenya: The struggle against terrorism
In: Rotberg, Robert I. (ed.), Battling terrorism in the Horn of Africa. Washington: Brookings Institution Press. p. 173-192.

Book chapterConnell, Dan (2005)
Eritrea: On a slow fuse
In: Rotberg, Robert I. (ed.), Battling terrorism in the Horn of Africa. Washington: Brookings Institution Press. p. 64-92.

BookInternational Crisis Group (2005)
Islamist terrorism in the Sahel: Fact or fiction?
Dakar/Brussels: International Crisis Group. 42p.

BookInternational Crisis Group (2005)
See this documentContestation islamiste en Mauritanie: menace ou bouc émissaire?
Cairo/Brussels: International Crisis Group. 26p.

Periodical articleKeenan, Jeremy (2005)
See this documentWaging War on Terror: The Implications of America's 'New Imperialism' for Saharan Peoples
The Journal of North African Studies. Volume 10 #3-4. September-December. p. 619-647.

Periodical articleMarín-Guzmán, Roberto (2005)
The doctrines of Al-'Uzlah Al-Su'¯Uriyyah and Al-Higrah among Egyptian Muslim fundamentalists: ideals and political praxis
Oriente moderno. Volume 85. p. 1-35.

Book chapterMenkhaus, Kenneth J. (2005)
Somalia and Somaliland: Terrorism, political Islam, and state collapse
In: Rotberg, Robert I. (ed.), Battling terrorism in the Horn of Africa. Washington: Brookings Institution Press. p. 23-47.

Book chapterPérouse de Montclos, M. (2005)
Des ONG sans gouvernement: mouvements islamiques et velléités de substitution à l'État dans la Somalie en guerre
In: Ben Néfissa, S. and others (eds.), ONG et gouvernance dans le monde arabe. Paris: Karthala-CEDEJ.

Periodical articleRonen, Yehudit (2005)
Religions at war, religions at peace: The case of Sudan
Zeitschrift für Politik. Volume 52 #1. p. 80-96.

Periodical articleRosenau, W. (2005)
Al Qaida recruitment trends in Kenya and Tanzania
Abstract presentStudies in Conflict and Terrorism. Volume 28 #1. p. 1-10.

BookRotberg, Robert I. (ed.) (2005)
Battling terrorism in the Horn of Africa
Abstract presentWashington: Brookings Institution Press. 224p.

Book chapterRotberg, Robert I. (2005)
The Horn of Africa and Yemen: Diminishing the threat of terrorism
In: Rotberg, Robert I. (ed.), Battling terrorism in the Horn of Africa. Washington: Brookings Institution Press. p. 1-22.

Book chapterSchermerhorn, Lange (2005)
Djibouti: A special role in the war on terrorism
In: Rotberg, Robert I. (ed.), Battling terrorism in the Horn of Africa. Washington: Brookings Institution Press. p. 48-63.

BookShai, S. (2005)
The Red Sea terror triangle: Sudan, Somalia, Yemen, and Islamic terror
New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers. 223p.

Book chapterShinn, David H. (2005)
Ethiopia: Governance and terrorism
In: Rotberg, Robert I. (ed.), Battling terrorism in the Horn of Africa. Washington: Brookings Institution Press. p. 93-118.

BookWest, D.L. (2005)
See this documentCombating terrorism in the Horn of Africa and Yemen
Cambridge, MA: Harvard University, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs.

BookBagudu, Nankin (ed.) (2004)
Recrudescent civil disturbances and human rights: the Jos and state-wide crises
Jos: League for Human Rights. 329p.

BookBoer, Jan H. (2004)
Muslims: why the violence?
Belleville: Essence Publishing. Studies in Christian & Muslim relations 2. 193p.

BookBoer, Jan H. (2004)
Christians: why this Muslim violence?
Belleville: Essence Publishing. Studies in Christian & Muslim relations 3. 334p.

Periodical articleKeenan, Jeremy (2004)
See this documentAmericans & 'bad people' in the Sahara-Sahel
Abstract presentReview of African Political Economy. Volume 31 #99. p. 130-139.

Periodical articleLyman, P.N. and Morrison, J.S. (2004)
The terrorist threat in Africa
Abstract presentForeign Affairs. Volume 83 #1. p. 75-86.

Book chapterMarchal, R. (2004)
Islamic political dynamics in the Somali civil war: Before and after September 11
In: Waal, A. de (ed.), Islamism and its enemies in the Horn of Africa. London: Hurst. p. 114-145.

BookMenkhaus, K. (2004)
Somalia: State collapse and the threat of terrorism
Oxford: Oxford University Press. 92p.

Periodical articleShinn, David H. (2004)
Fighting terrorism in East Africa and the Horn
Foreign Service Journal. Volume 81 #9. p. 36-42.

Book chapterWaal, A. de and Abdel Salam, A.H. (2004)
Islamism, state power and jihad in Sudan
In: Waal, A. de (ed.), Islamism and its enemies in the Horn of Africa. London: Hurst. p. 71-113.

BookWaal, Alex de (ed.) (2004)
Islamism and its enemies in the Horn of Africa
Abstract presentLondon: Hurst. 279p.

Book chapterAbdul-Hameed, T.A. (2003)
Muslims and terrorism
In: Ismaila, B.R. and Ojebode, P.A. and Afolabi, S.O. (eds.), Problems in Nigeria. Kinji Estate Durbar: Odumatt Publishers.

BookApata, C.T. and Seriki, I.A. and Arazi, H.A. (eds.) (2003)
Religion and terrorism
Ogun State: National Association for the Study of Religions and Education. 300p.

BookBagudu, Nankin (2003)
Identity, political religiousity & communal violence in Nigeria: implications
Jos: League for Human Rights. 294p.

BookBoer, Jan H. (2003)
Nigeria's decades of blood
Jos: Stream Christian Publishers. Studies in Christian & Muslim relations 1. 155p.

Periodical articleBryden, Matt (2003)
No quick fixes: Coming to terms with terrorism, Islam and statelessness in Somalia
The Journal of Conflict Studies. Volume 23 #2. p. 24-56.

BookNgoupandé, Jean-Paul (2003)
L'Afrique face à l'islam: les enjeux africains de la lutte contre le terrorisme
Paris: Michel. 295p.

BookPérouse de Montlos, M. (2003)
Diaspora et terrorisme
Paris: Presses de Sciences Po. 264p.

Book chapterSalih, M.A.M. (2003)
The Bible, the Qur'an and the conflict in South Sudan
In: Kastfelt, N. (ed.), Scriptural Politics: The Bible and the Koran as political models in the Middle East and Africa. London: Hurst.

Periodical articleShinn, David H. (2003)
Terrorism in East Africa and the Horn: An overview
The Journal of Conflict Studies. Volume 23 #2. p. 79-91.

BookAkhahenda, Elijah F. (2002)
When blood and tears united a country: the bombing of the American Embassy in Kenya
Lanham: University Press of America. 171p.

BookAlemika, E.E.O. and Okoye, F. (eds.) (2002)
Ethno-religious conflicts and democracy in Nigeria: Challenges
Abstract presentKaduna: Human Rights Monitor. 330p.

BookDerradji, Abder-Rahmane (2002)
A concise history of political violence in Algeria, 1954-2000: brothers in faith, enemies in arms
Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press. North African studies; 3a/3b.

BookGarang, A. and Lado, T. and Biel, M.R. (2002)
Terrorismus im Namen des Islam und das Horn von Afrika: Der vergessene Konflikt im Sudan und die Rolle Osama Bin Ladens
Marburg: Tectum. 170p.

Book chapterHasan, Y.F. (2002)
The role of religion in the North-South conflict with special reference to Islam
Abstract presentIn: Hasan, Y.F. and Gray, R. (eds.), Religion and conflict in Sudan. Nairobi: Paulines Publications Africa. p. 23-47.

Conference paperHasan, Yusuf Fadl and Gray, Richard (eds.) (2002)
Religion and conflict in Sudan: papers from an international conference at Yale, May 1999
Abstract presentNairobi: Paulines Publications Africa. Faith in Sudan #12. 208p.

BookInternational Crisis Group (2002)
Somalia: Countering terrorism in a failed state
Nairobi: International Crisis Group. 37p.

Book chapterKadouf, H.A. (2002)
Religion and conflict in the Nuba mountains
In: Hasan, Y.F. and Gray, R. (eds.), Religion and conflict in Sudan. Nairobi: Paulines Publications Africa. p. 107-113.

Periodical articleMarchal, R. (2002)
See this documentLe facteur soudanais, avant et après
Critique internationale. Volume 17. p. 44-51.

Periodical articleMarut, Jean-Claude (2002)
Les particularismes au risque de l'islam dans le conflit casamançais
Abstract presentL'Afrique politique. p. 147-160.

Periodical articleMenkhaus, K. (2002)
See this documentSomalia: Next up in the war on terrorism?
Africa Notes. Volume 6. p. 1-9.

Book chapterMenkhaus, K. (2002)
Political Islam in Somalia: Implications for current and future conflict in the Horn of Africa
In: Baechler, L. and Coldefy-Faucard, A. (eds.), Guerres d'Afrique. Genève: CRES. p. 111-130.

Periodical articleMenkhaus, Kenneth L. (2002)
Somalia: In the Crosshairs of the War on Terrorism
Current History. Volume 101 #655. May. p. 210-218.

Periodical articleMenkhaus, Kenneth L. (2002)
Political Islam in Somalia
Middle East Policy. Volume 9 #1. March. p. 109-123.

Periodical articleNkurunziza, D.R.K. (2002)
Religion-conflict and violence: An African experience
African Journal of Leadership and Conflict Management. Volume 1 #1. p. 135-156.

Periodical articlePérouse de Montclos, Marc-Antoine (2002)
Le Soudan: une guerre de religions en trompe-l'oeil
Abstract presentL'Afrique politique. p. 33-49.

Book chapterSidahmed, A.S. (2002)
The unholy war: Jihad and the conflict in Sudan
In: Hasan, Y.F. and Gray, R. (eds.), Religion and conflict in Sudan. Nairobi: Paulines Publications Africa. p. 83-96.

Book chapterWarburg, G.R. (2002)
Ethnic and religious conflicts in Sudan since independence
In: Ma'oz, M. and Sheffer, G. (eds.), Middle Eastern minorities and diasporas. Brighton: Sussex Academic Press. p. 92-110.

Periodical articleFataar, A. (2001)
See this documentAddressing the blighted Muslim psyche in the context of the current world crisis
Annual Review of Islam in South Africa. Volume 4. p. 12-17.

Periodical articleManger, L.O. (2001)
Religion, identities, and politics: Defining Muslim discourses in the Nuba Mountains of the Sudan
Journal of Arabic and Islamic Studies. Volume 4. p. 132-152.

Periodical articleMarchal, Roland (2001)
See this documentLa Somalie, nouvelle cible de 'justice illimitée'?
Abstract presentPolitique africaine. #84. p. 147-162.

BookOluwatoki, J.A. (2001)
Islam, the West and terrorism
Ado-Ekti: Idris Oluwatoki Islamic Foundation. 41p.

BookSakpe, A.Y.Y. (2001)
Who is a terrorist? Usama Bin Ladden
Bida. 108p.

BookGarcia, F.P. (2000)
Guiné 1963-1974: Os movimentos independentistas, o Islão e o poder português
Porto e Lisboa: Universidade Portucalense e Comissão Portuguesa de História Militar.

Periodical articleGlickman, H. (2000)
Islamism in Sudan's civil war
Orbis. Volume 44 #2. p. 267-281.

Periodical articleJohnson, D.H. (2000)
Religion and communal conflict in the Sudan: The war against paganism
Abstract presentBulletin of the Royal Institute for Inter-faith Studies. Volume 2 #2. p. 63-84.

Book chapterAlbert, I.O. (1999)
Ethnic and religious conflicts in Kano
In: Otite, O. and Albert, I.O. (eds.), Community conflicts in Nigeria: Management, resolution and transformation. Ibadan: Spectrum Books Limited. p. 274-309.

Book chapterAlbert, I.O. (1999)
The role of communication in the escalation of ethnic and religious conflicts
In: Inter-ethnic and religious conflict resolution in Nigeria. p. 19-36.

Book chapterAlbert, I.O. (1999)
The sociocultural politics of ethnic and religious conflicts
In: Inter-ethnic and religious conflict resolution in Nigeria. p. 69-87.

Periodical articleAlpers, Edward A. (1999)
See this documentIslam in the Service of Colonialism? Portuguese Strategy during the Armed Liberation Struggle in Mozambique
Abstract presentLusotopie. p. 165-184.

Book chapterEnwerem, I.M. (1999)
An assessment of government's formal responses to ethnic/religious riots, 1980-1990s
In: Inter-ethnic and religious conflict resolution in Nigeria. p. 121-135.

Book chapterKenny, J. (1999)
Facing ethnicity and religion: A concern in Nigerian education
In: Inter-ethnic and religious conflict resolution in Nigeria. p. 49-56.

Book chapterLadan, M.T. (1999)
The role of youth in inter-ethnic and religious conflicts: The Kaduna/Kano case study
In: Inter-ethnic and religious conflict resolution in Nigeria. p. 97-111.

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