Abu-Rumman, Mohammad; Abu Hanieh, Hassan; Al Tai, Abdullah
[Islamists in Jordan: Religion, state, and society]
[Authors: Dr. Mohammad Abu Rumman, Hassan Abu Hanieh, and Abdullah Al Tai]. - [Amman] : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, 2023. - 311 Seiten = 15 MB, PDF-File. - Electronic ed.: Amman : FES, 2023. - Arabic script
[The rise and fall of al-Qaeda in the Mashriq] Amman, 2021
[The rise and fall of al-Qaeda in the Mashriq] / [Mohammad Abu Rumman and Hassan Abu Hanieh]. - [Amman] : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, 2021. - 255 Seiten = 8 MB, PDF-File. - Electronic ed.: Amman : FES, 2021. - Arabic script ISBN 978-9923-759-34-9
[Dynamics of the "Virtual Caliphate" and the gap in counterterrorism strategies] Amman, 2020
[Dynamics of the "Virtual Caliphate" and the gap in counterterrorism strategies] / Dr. Muhammad Abu Rumman. - Amman : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, 2020. - 22 Seiten = 170 KB, PDF-File. - ([Analysis]) Electronic ed.: Amman : FES, 2020. - Arabic script
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