Call for Partnership: Searching in “Sources of Financing Terrorism and Extremism”

Fraternity Foundation for Human Rights (FFHR), through its the Center for Studies of Extremism and Terrorism, calls on international organizations concerned with the fight against terrorism and extremism to participate in preparing a research on

the sources of funding Islamic State (ISIS) group and other military parties accused of terrorism and extremism in Syria.

Our foundation needs a partner and sponsor for completing the research, which includes field investigation, criminal documentation, drafting, translation and design.

It is noteworthy that our foundation (FFHR) has already conducted several researches on terrorism and extremism in Syria after the breakout of the Syrian uprising in 2011, including a research on the atrocities of ISIS in Deir al-Zor and the tribal situation in the province. Some other researches by our foundation touched the above-mentioned point, but not in detail, such as the production of women veils and black clothes by ISIS and force people to buy each piece by about 50 US dollars.

For further information and inquiries, please contact Ms. Media Dhir, General Director of Fraternity Foundation for Human Rights (FFHR).

Email:[email protected]

Deadline for discussion: 10  August  2017

Note
Some parties are excluded from this call, including the regional powers neighbouring Syria, the Syrian opposition groups of all affiliations and the Syrian regime, of course.

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