alexa Jihadi rivalry: The Islamic State challenges Al Qaeda. Brookings Doha Center Publications.
Social & Political Sciences

Social & Political Sciences

Journal of Political Sciences & Public Affairs

Author(s): Charles Lister

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The world of international jihad has undergone a wholesale internal revolution in recent years. The dramatic recovery of the Islamic State group (IS), its expansion into Syria, and its proclamation of a Caliphate crossing established international boundaries set the stage for the intensive intra-jihadi competition seen today. The world no longer faces one Sunni jihadi threat, but two, as al-Qaida and IS compete to outperform each other on the global stage.

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