Counter-Terrorism

“Everyone Who Could Flee Did.”

When Turkey began bombing his village in Sere-Kaniye in October, Jamil Khabat, his wife, and their young songs fled their home. “This is the third time I’ve had to leave my home because of Turkish attacks,” he said. “The last time, Turkey opened the border crossing and let [the militants] in.”

Erdogan’s long arm in the US: Turkish Influence Operations Among American Muslims

The Investigative Journal organized a conference in Washington DC on November 11th to launch the report and discuss its findings during the ongoing Turkish invasion of Syria. Dr. Ahmet S. Yayla, former chief of Turkish National Police Counterterrorism Division presents his research based on exclusive evidence, first-hand information and in-depth analysis.

“Our bags are packed.” Kobani Prepares for Attack

The center of Kobani, Syria is bustling, but the mood is grim. Shoppers and shop owners chat in hushed tones, trading the latest news and rumors they’ve heard about the increasingly tense and complex situation in the region.

The Strange Case of Perincek, Erdogan and the Russia Triangle

This report investigates a new alignment within Erdogan’s political movement towards Russia and Putin along with Iran and China, through former leftist terrorist leader Dogu Perincek’s facilitation of Erdogan’s relationships with Putin. I was assigned to arrest Perincek, now 77, in …

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