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A Civilian Response to Ethno-Religious Conflict
This extensive analysis of the Mardin conflict in southeast Turkey considers the likelihood that socio-religious movements, such as the popular Gulen movement, could effect positive change in ethno-religious disputes, even those decades old. By focusing on specifically on how Gulen volunteers helped minimize the support of terrorist organizations in Anatolia, this guide illustrates how potent non-political solutions to ethnic conflict can be.
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