ecurity experts admit that we are living in a new era of terrorism and that the terrorist organization Daesh (ISIS) is its most outstanding example.
However, when Daesh (ISIS) gained prominence in early 2014 and emerged as an influential non-state actor across eastern Syria and northwestern Iraq, the terror group began recruiting fighters quickly, and the Balkans became a region with some of the highest numbers of foreign fighters joining Daesh’s ranks.
urrent concerns about Daesh (ISIS) detainees have been growing but almost all of the fears are emanating from European foreign fighters.
After the territorial defeat of Daesh, the home countries are now confronted with new challenges.
any Daesh members are held in makeshift camps, most notably the Al Hol camp in Syria, in which thousands of Daesh women are held together with their children.
urkish government officials expressed their shock as the US openly defends PKK/PYD’s deal that allowed hundreds of Daesh fighters to flee the besieged city of Raqqa.
Daesh Apart from FETO, the fight against Daesh within and outside Turkey’s borders also continues.
fter the recent death of senior Daesh operative Abdurakhmon Uzbeki as a result of a US Special Forces raid in Mayadin, in eastern Syrian near Deir ez Zor, the complexity of the threat exposed by Daesh towards Turkey, has once again been proven.
aesh, the world’s most modern and sadistic terrorist organization – known for putting people into cages and burning them, selling women they have captured as slaves, lining people up and beheading them one by one – has courteous relations with one country: Israel.
aruk Yaslıçimen interviewed Belkıs Kılıçkaya, a distinguished Turkish journalist, about DAESH, on which she made a three-part documentary for a TV channel in Turkey.
In a nutshell, the third leg of the Astana process is far removed from countering terrorism, except for DAESH.
” There is a formula that Kılıçdaroğlu frequently resorts to in response to Turkey’s struggle against Daesh and the YPG in Syria: “My young handsome children will be martyred in Syria, while their youth will swim on our beaches, will show off, have fun, and stroll around freely.
, but has an engagement with the American intelligence to counter the Russians and Daesh (ISIS) on the ground.
Such a scenario could lead to full-scale chaos in the region and DAESH may take advantage of this to strengthen its presence in the Syrian desert.
Furthermore, the PKK had built a Scandinavian Brigade in its cadre under the pretense of fighting DAESH, though these individuals fought against the Turkish military.
For example, after Jarablus was liberated from the DAESH (ISIS) terror group, many Syrian refugees returned to their homes.