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  • Sway on a Tightrope: The Development of a Mutualistic Relationship between Turkey and DAESH 

    The Arab revolts have changed the regional balances. Syria is one of the particular examples of these changes. The shifting balances also presented ideal ground for the identities that have been suppressed throughout years. In addition to Al-Qaedah, new version of jihadism appeared at the stage which is known as Daesh. In this research, one intends to comprehend Turkey's interaction with Daesh in the context of Syrian Civil War to shed light on the evolution of the global jihadism. Ankara has ...

  • Sway on a tightrope: The development of a mutualistic relationship between Turkey and DAESH 

    The Arab revolts have changed the regional balances. Syria is one of the particular examples of these changes. The shifting balances also presented ideal ground for the identities that have been suppressed throughout years. In addition to Al-Qaedah, new version of jihadism appeared at the stage which is known as Daesh. In this research, one intends to comprehend Turkey’s interaction with Daesh in the context of Syrian Civil War to shed light on the evolution of the global jihadism. Ankara has ...

  • The salafi ideology and its effects on radicalization in Europe 

    Authors:Başmısırlı, Hasan
    Publisher and Date:(Kadir Has University, 2017)
    The radical islamist movements are on the rise across Europe. A new generation of homegrown jihadists creates an even greater challenge for European policy makers. Since the attacks of 9/11 the global war on terror may have some success in terms of conventional fighting but it seems to be failing in terms of preventing radicalization. The Salafi ideology is the main system of thinking behind many fundamentalist organizations and terror groups. The radicalization occurs as a result of the Salafi ...