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How Did the Western Media See Turkey's July 15 Coup Attempt? A Discourse Analysis: Orientalism, Neo-imperialism and Islamophobia

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Disinformation by Filiz Barin Akman
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This book deals with the disinformation on Turkeys failed coup attempt in July 2016. The night of July 15, 2016 was long for Turkey. A military coup was in action. Some soldiersalso known as FETO terroristsdeclared a military takeover on national TV, holding the trembling anchorwoman at gun point while tanks rolled in the streets, bulldozing cars and civilians alike, helicopters rained down bullets on unsuspecting protestors; access to the Bosporus Bridge was blocked, fighter jets began to fly very low, Turkish Parliament was bombed with impunity. With the dawn, it became apparent the perpetrators of the nights bloody coup attempt had destroyed many government buildings and killed some 250 people and wounded more than 2000. Turks unprecedented bravery and sacrifice in defense of democracy, freedom, and country against a military intervention was an exemplary act of civil defense, but it is seldom recognized or appreciated as such in the mainstream Western media.
Release date NZ
January 15th, 2018
Imprint
Kopernik Inc.
Pages
230
ISBN-13
9789752439382
Product ID
28140399

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