The emergence and rise of Isis

Helvalı, Nuran
This thesis research will investigate an in-depth study of the ISIS. The purpose of this study is to provide a general literature review of ISIS’s history, ideology, politics and military movements in local, regional and international dimensions. It was also aimed to locate it in other Islamist movements and find out the interaction of its movements with the international interventions. The main research question of the thesis was the how ISIS emerged and rose other in the region. The analysis of this study had shown that there was a highly positive interaction between different fundamentalist Islamist groups which also played very important roles in the emergence and rise of ISIS. In addition, the military interventions of the foreign powers were another important determinant of the emergence of ISIS. According to many statements of the literature, ISIS became a model and gave courage to other groups to re-emerge in different forms. In addition to this, it is possible to find the impact of the ISIS in other parts of the world. There were groups especially in Africa and Asia, who started to act similar to ISIS although they had no official connections with the ISIS. ISIS’s impact was very much seen in different regions in the form of extreme radicalism. Although ISIS was announced as defeated after the end of the military interventions, it was still known that there was a high chance of the group’s resurgence because of its strong networks.
Citation Formats
N. Helvalı, “The emergence and rise of Isis,” Thesis (M.S.) -- Graduate School of Social Sciences. Middle East Studies., 2020.