Trump’s reaction to the deadly chemical attack is rather symbolic and discursive, and does not change his stated aim that his top priority in Syria is to defeat DAESH.
China has also joined the attempts by the Western media to shape Turkey’s policies through DAESH.
Having a war on its border in Syria, overcoming a coup attempt on July 15th, and having been threatened by three main terror organizations within and outside his borders, namely the PKK, FETÖ and DAESH, the Turkish people are predominantly looking for security, economic prosperity, and, above all, social service.
A Turkey which is surrounded by wars, hosts 2,500,000 Syrian refugees, has been targeted by both Daesh and the PKK, recently overcame a coup attempt on July 15 Gülenist infiltrators instructed by Fetullah Gülen who tried to move the country into an unprecedented chaos.
Prominent member states have been confronted by bloody terrorist attacks by DAESH, which has caused persistent anxiety among their citizens.
DAESH is causing a radical sociological transformation in the region Even though there are various actors actively playing on the ground, DAESH and its earlier incarnations are the main precipitating factors welcoming a radical sociological transformation in the region.
DAESH, the PKK, YPG-PYD, and other terrorist organizations in the region are a threat to countries’ national security, as their regular series of bombings and attacks clearly demonstrate.
Example? Take Turkey sending weapons to Daesh or Fetullah Gülen’s organizations being innocent non-profits, or Erdoğan wanting the presidential system to become a dictator and for this reason masterminding the July 15 coup attempt and many others.
Moreover, the United States and the UN will have a role in it too, and it will be announced after the end of the war against DAESH.
That was more relevant for DAESH though.
Although —and perhaps since – Turkey tries to take an active position to solve chronic troubles of the world such as war, refugees, racism, Islamophobia and xenophobia, it has been the target of some representative terrorist organizations such as the PKK, the Fetullah Gülen Terror Organization (FETO), and DAESH that are supported by those who are nourished, for example, from global weapon suppliers and manufacturers who aim to destroy connective bridges.
Now the government started to fight against this organization which infiltrated the state, while continuing to fight against PKK and Daesh.
” What differentiates them from Daesh? On the other hand, our experiences show that resorting to violence or committing massacres does not have anything to do with being a member of a terrorist organization which emerged from a Baath-ridden, post-American occupation Iraq; white and blue collared members of such a cult are also capable of committing these atrocities.
The Example of Daesh DAESH was born into the emergence of a new media environment and it became the first terror group to fully exploit the digital revolution.