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Frank Griffel: ISIS is a phenomenon that comes with modernity
Combatting Terrorism with Geospatial Technology
Kurdistan Regional Government strongly condemns the killing of three Peshmerga hostages at the hands of ISIS terrorists
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  •  UK to train Syria opposition groups
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    Official: Iraq has sent 47 million barrels of oil to Turkey this year
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    Saudi Arabia launches air strikes in Yemen
    26/03/2015 : 21:38:07
    Iraq special forces advance on Tikrit, U.S. coalition joins fight
    26/03/2015 : 21:34:05
    Young Syrian comedians take aim at Islamic State group
    26/03/2015 : 21:31:43
    French prosecutor says pilot deliberately crashed plane
    26/03/2015 : 21:29:53
    Activists: Syrian Government Shells Kill 18 in Southern City
    26/03/2015 : 21:27:35
    US lawmakers introduce bill to aid Kurds fighting ISIS
    26/03/2015 : 21:22:21
    Distrust clouds vision of Kurdish peace in Turkey
    26/03/2015 : 21:14:40
    UK to train Syria opposition groups
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    Diaspora Kurds celebrate Newroz – just not together
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    Frank Griffel: ISIS is a phenomenon that comes with modernity
    Frank Griffel studied philosophy, Arabic literature, and Islamic studies at universities in Göttingen (Germany), Damascus, Berlin, and London. He received his PhD in 1999 from the Free University in Berlin. Now he is Professor of Religous Studies, and International & Area Studies; Chair, Council on Middle East Studies at Yale University.
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