Dr. Boaz Ganor

Dr. Boaz Ganor is the deputy dean of the Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy and Strategy at the Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) in Herzliya, Israel. He is also the founder and the executive director of the International Policy Institute for Counter-Terrorism (ICT) at the IDC.

Publications by Dr. Boaz Ganor

The Hybrid Terrorist Organization and Incitement

Analysis of “Arab Spring” Revolutions – Dr. Boaz Ganor, Terrorism Expert

In analyzing the Arab Revolution taking place in neighboring countries, terrorism expert Dr. Boaz Ganor said that the U.S. turned a cold shoulder to Egypt , a crucial ally, as President Hosni Mubarak’s government was overthrown in a popular uprising, […] Read More »

Boaz Ganor – The Hybrid Terrorist Organization and Incitement

Dr. Boaz Ganor, executive director of the International Institute for Counter-Terrorism and Deputy Dean of the Lauder School of Government and Diplomacy at the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya discusses international terrorism.A session of the November 8 2011 conference co-sponsored by […] Read More »

The Arab Spring from a Counter-Terrorism Perspective

World War III is occurring right now. It is a religious war – first and foremost within the religion of Islam. It is a war of the culture of Islamic radicalism against the rest of the world, which includes the majority of Muslims worldwide. Read More »

The Relationship Between International and Localized Terrorism

In the 1979-89 war in Afghanistan, the Islamic radical mujahidin asked for volunteers from all over the world to join the fight against the second largest superpower, in a manner quite similar to what we see today in Iraq. The members of Islamic radical terror groups are motivated by divine command and actually believe that God is sending them on their mission. It is not possible to compromise with such a group.
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The Islamic Jihad: The Imperative of Holy War

The Islamic Jihad is one of the most complex and dangerous of the Arab terrorist organizations, with cells in many Middle Eastern countries and, apparently, in Europe as well. These groups generally act on their own initiative without coordination, sometimes even within the same country. All these groups share a fundamentalist Islamic ideology which espouses holy war (jihad) against the infidels, and which is under the powerful ideological-religious influence of the Islamic revolution in Iran. Read More »

Hamas–The Islamic Resistance Movement in the Territories

The Hamas movement is an offshoot of the Moslem Brotherhood in the Israeli-administered territories, or as defined in the second and fifth articles of the Hamas Charter: "Hamas–the Islamic Resistance Movement–is a division of the Moslem Brotherhood in Palestine. Read More »

Syria and Terrorism

[Editor’s Note: After Syria’s appearance at the Madrid Peace Conference, we must remind ourselves with whom Israel must deal. The U.S. needs to be reminded, too; hence, this Special Report.] Read More »