Middle East Research and Information Project: Critical Coverage of the Middle East Since 1971

The most spectacular development of the past several years in Turkey’s Kurdish provinces has been the resumption, in the late summer of 1984, of guerrilla activity. The attacks consist mainly of hit-and-run actions against military personnel and against Kurdish civilians considered “traitors” or “collaborators.”

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How to cite this article:

Martin Van Bruinessen "Between Guerrilla Warfare and Political Murder," Middle East Report 153 (July/August 1988).