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The conflict in Syria had been feeding the terror groups and its repercussions across the border in Turkey were not entirely unexpected. It is quite well known that an atmosphere of war and conflict offers a suitable breeding ground for terror groups to help them recruit and find arms with relative ease. The recent cease-fire in Syria and the expected peace talks will hopefully achieve this result.One practical and effective way of ending terrorism is not to give the terrorists what they want. There is no doubt, Turkey is going through difficult days, but Turkey will definitely not give the terrorists what they want. It is now clear to everyone that terrorists will not achieve the atmosphere of despair they desire in Turkey. Therefore, it is imperative for the societies targeted by terrorism to shun any fear, separation and grief.The recent coordinated terror attacks in Turkey by terror groups with opposing ideologies is only part of a specially devised plan to intimidate the Turkish people. The deep states and supporters of these terror groups seek to use these attacks to force Turkey to accept their political plans.Deep powers bring terror groups around certain ideas.
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