Turkish President Erdogan cut a deal last month with Russia to stop a massacre in northern Syria, but the story doesn’t end there. Indeed, it’s just beginning.
Ahmet S. Yayla is an Assistant Professor of Homeland Security at DeSales University. He formerly served as a professor and the chair of the sociology department at Harran University in Turkey, and prior to that as the chief of counterterrorism department of the Turkish National Police in Sanliurfa between 2010 and 2013. He is the co-author of ISIS Defectors: Inside Stories of the Terrorist Caliphate. Follow @ahmetsyayla
Two basic strategies, one in person, the other online, could help to make us all safer.
The digital DIY terror handbook put up on social media July 3 appears to have guided the alleged killer’s every move before, during, and immediately after the attack.