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Illumine: Journal of the Centre for Studies in Religion and Society Graduate Students Association
While it has often been perceived that Kemalist Turkey succeeded in firmly establishing secularization, the Islamist movement that followed the 1980 military intervention questioned the fundamental principles of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk by embracing Islamic identity and Islamic values in the social and public sphere. This paper will examine the rise, the fall, and the emergence of political Islam in Turkey following the 1980 coup d'état. Following the military intervention of 1980, the level ofdoi:10.18357/illumine121201313325 fatcat:7aaybkhzxndw5dtpkcgeekvjqq