Mehmet Kurt is a British Academy Newton Advanced Fellow based at Queen Mary University of London and independent documentary filmmaker. He writes on political Islam, the Kurdish issue, civil society and human rights. He is the author of Kurdish Hizbullah in Turkey: Islamism Violence and the State (Pluto 2017).
Published in: HomeThe 'success' of political Islam in the Kurdish context
We need to go beyond the dichotomy between radical and moderate Islam to see how Islamist movements impose hegemony...
Published in: HomeIntroducing this week's theme: New Turkey and Old Troubles
On April 16, 2017, Turkey endured one of its most problematic referendums in its history, not so much a new...