Critical Threats Weekly Update 3/11/2023


Salafi-Jihadi Movement Weekly Update
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Brian Carter, Liam Karr, Peter Mills, and Kathryn Tyson
ISIS has increased its attacks in Syria’s central desert targeting since early February, likely to secure resources and ISIS supply lines between northeast and central Syria. READ MORE >>

The Somali Federal Government will begin a major offensive targeting al Shabaab–controlled areas of southern Somalia in the coming months.  READ MORE >>

Islamic State Khorasan Province (ISKP) may be shifting its attack pattern to increasingly target civilians associated with the Taliban government. The Taliban may respond to increased ISKP attacks targeting civilians by carrying out more aggressive counter-ISKP operations in suspected ISKP support areas.  READ MORE >>

The Islamic State Khorasan Province (ISKP) may be unable to replace its leader for India operations Ejaz Ahangar for several months. The Afghan Taliban killed the leader in Kabul, Afghanistan, on February 14.   READ MORE >>
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Salafi-Jihadi Movement Weekly Updates are produced by the Critical Threats Project (CTP) at the American Enterprise Institute.

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