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femalejihad19Karen Glaser
(Editor at Terrorism and the Economy)

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Publication in RIEAS web site (www.rieas.gr) on 10th December 2016

A new study examining the roles of American jihadi women and found a significant increase in their participation in terrorist activity in the past five years. Within the wider movement, American women served primarily as plotters, supporters, and travelers. While few female American jihadists appear to act alone or carry out violent plots, many support activities along with friends, siblings, and romantic partners. The women are active online and offline, and social media use is common. Read more

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