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David Narmania

MA, MGIMO University

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Oleg Egorov

MA, MGIMO University

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Ruslan Mamedov

MSc in International Relations, Program Coordinator (MENA) at the Russian International Affairs Councill

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A brief overview of the main groups and their leaders.

The authors described extremist organisations on multiple parameters, such as history, social base and numbers, activity region, leaders, ideology, financing, enemies and allies, stance on the Syrian ceasefire.

Project page: http://russiancouncil.ru/en/syria-extremism

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