Nafees Hamid is an Associate Fellow at ICCT, a research fellow at Artis International, and a Frederick Bonnart-Braunthal Trust Ph.D. candidate in the Security and Crime Science department at the University College London. His research includes ethnographic interviews, survey studies, social network analysis, and psychology and neuroscience experiments with mostly European members of jihadi organizations, their friends and family, supporters of such networks, and the general communities from where they originate.
2019 marks the fifth year of the Sinjar massacre that was performed by the terrorist organisation known as the “Islamic State” (Daesh). As each year passes, the issue may feel further removed for people not directly affected. Yet—for those awaiting family members to return—it marks yet another year in which the perpetrators of this crime […]
To celebrate ICCT’s ten year anniversary, we are looking for papers for a special edition of The ICCT Journal. We are looking for unique insights from all disciplines into the future of terrorism and terrorist groups. Submissions should be in the form of Research Papers. 6,000 – 10,000 words. Deadline for submission is Monday 24 […]
This policy brief provides an overview of the sociological issues underpinning the issues of far right and Islamist reciprocal or cumulative radicalisation in the Western European context. That is, these groups radicalise each other by mutually reinforcing their hate, intolerance, or indignation towards each other. The nature of reciprocal radicalisation between far right and Islamist […]