GUEST POST: “Turkish Fighters in Syria, Online and Off”

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NOTE: As with all guest posts, the opinions expressed below are those of the guest author and they do not necessarily represent the views of this blogs administrator and does not at all represent his employer at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy. aims to not only provide primary sources for researchers and occasional analysis of them, but also to allow other young and upcoming students as well as established academics or policy wonks to contribute original analysis on issues related to jihadism. If you would like to contribute a piece, please email your idea/post to azelin [at] jihadology [dot] net.

Past Guest Posts:

Mark Youngman, “Book Review of David Malet’s “Foreign Fighters: Transnational Identity in Civil Conflicts”,” June 20, 2013.

Hazim Fouad, “Salafi-Jihadists and non-jihadist Salafists in Egypt – A case study about politics and methodology (manhaj),” April 30, 2013.

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross and Tara Vassefi, “Perceptions of the “Arab…

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One comment on “GUEST POST: “Turkish Fighters in Syria, Online and Off”

  1. […] has detailed a number of foreign fighters from such places as The Netherlands, Belgium, Chechnya, Turkey, Russia, and beyond. In an even weirder twist, the conflict migration doesn’t seem isolated […]

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