In-Depth Briefing #49: Borderless Brotherhood – Strategic empathy, foreign fighters and future insurgency

Territory of Islamic State at night from space

The virtual realm offered Islamic State’s strategic narratives longevity, easy access, and delayed detection, all of which served its purpose of reaching audiences worldwide in seconds with little censorship.” – Muna Fityani, a Jordanian strategic communications specialist, examines how the Islamic State mobilised an army of foreign fighters for combat in Iraq and Syria.

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