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"Legal Jihad": How Islamist Lawfare Tactics Are targeting Free Speech

@article{Goldstein2009LegalJH,
  title={"Legal Jihad": How Islamist Lawfare Tactics Are targeting Free Speech},
  author={Brooke Goldstein and Aaron Eitan Meyer},
  journal={ILSA Journal of International and Comparative Law},
  year={2009},
  volume={15},
  pages={395-410}
}
I. WELCOME TO LAWFARE .............................. 395 II. THE ISLAMIST MOVEMENT ............................. 396 III. LEGAL JIHAD ....................................... 397 IV. LAWFARE IN EUROPE & CANADA ....................... 400 V. ENGLAND .......................................... 402 V I. CANADA ........................................... 404 VII. THE NETHERLANDS .................................. 405 VEII. THE INTERNATIONAL SCENE ........................... 407 IX. CONCLUSION… Expand
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Goldstein & Aaron Eitan Meyer , Death to Free Speech in the Netherlands , AMERICAN SPECTATOR , Jan . 22 ,
  • 2009