Islamic Terrorism
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...Islam, Jihad, and Terrorism in Post-9/11 Arabic Discussion Boards”, Journal of Computed Mediated Communication, (2007), 12.3, January 18 2012 from: http://jcmc.indiana.edu/vol12/issue3/abdulla.html About the journal: The article used from the journal for analysis shows that most of the Muslims have rejected the claim of terrorists that 9/11 terror attacks have been supported by Islam religion. Many of them have looked upon such terrorist attacks as a political conspiracy. Hence the article supports the claim that Islamic terrorists have used religion as a scapegoat 2. AL-QAEDA’S RELIGIOUS JUSTIFICATION OF NUCLEAR TERRORISM, Harvard Kennedy School, February 18... ? ISLAMIC TERRORISTS SHOULD NOT TRY TO...
Terrorism
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...look at present day activities of these groups and the fact that some even hide behind the veil of religious groups and organizations. All states and nations need to take necessary measures to protect the rights of every individual within their authority from terrorist attacks. Flexible counterterrorist policies and strategies need to be taken in order to be able to respond to the threat of terrorism, which is divided and wide in scope. Keywords: Terrorism, Terrorists, Terror Attacks, Organization, Financing, Tactics, Technology, Law Enforcement Tactics, Intelligence Agencies, States... ? Terrorism al Affiliation Terrorism has existed throughout history and across different political systems. Just...
Islamic Banking
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...Islamic banks rests on two important tenets: no interest and socially responsible investing (Islamic Banking in UK 2006). These principles practiced by Islamic banks are dictated by the Quran. Usury or the process of lending funds at exorbitant interest rates is strictly prohibited. Also, money or financing acquired from banks can only be used for worthy cause. Financial resources should never be used to fund activities such as illegal drugs, weapons, alcohol, pornography, and terrorism. Analysing this system, we can see that Islamic banks... Critical Analysis on Islamic Banking Islamic Banking The role of financial intermediaries in the economic system can never be over d. Banks, perhaps, are the most...
Terrorism
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...Islamic Terrorism as it is called has its roots from 1953 and 1963, though initial roots has a long history dated back to many years. But the movement has begun to take a new dimension from these years mentioned. The Iranian people were pushed into poverty, and there was widest gap between the privileged and the less privileged people. The then Iranian President Reza Pahlavi known as ‘SHA’ was the target of the Iranian people whom they were aiming to topple through an Islamic Revolution. The people were against Shah’s ties with the United... Academia-Research Musa Muhammad January 6, 2007. TERRORISM (A) Initially there is the need to define the meaning of Terrorism as it is seen in the general aspects of ...
Radical Islamic terrorism
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...Islamic terrorism is something that most analysts would agree is of fundamental importance to the current world. Accordingly, the following research proposal will be concentric upon understanding and identifying Wahhabism and its role in sponsoring radical forms of terrorism around the globe. Unlike traditional interpretations of Islam, Wahhabism is a relatively new approach to how the religion of Islam should be interpreted and engaged within the mind and actions of the believer. As such, the relatively recent status of this particular movement is one that can trace its history to well before the Second World War. The specifics of the rise and radical Islamic... The topic an issue of radical...
Islamic Politics and Terrorism
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...Islamic Politics since 1979 driving towards terrorism Trends and Processes of Islamic Politics towards terrorism By ____________________________ It is true that Islam, which was perceived as 'the religion of peace' suffered at the hands of the Muslims throughout the world. Islamic Ideology never changed, what changed were the actors in Muslim political world, the policies adopted by the Muslim countries and above all the ethnic boundaries which distributed Muslims into casts and races. Political events emerged in the Muslim world during the 1970s. Esposito (1987) while analysing the then political extravaganza mentions in his book, "Contrary to accepted norms of political... Running Head: Is Islamic...
Terrorism
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...terrorism it is necessary to look beyond the act and the person or people beneath – not with disdain or shock but with open eyes – only then will we truly begin to understand the dynamics of terrorism. Following a review of pertinent literature regarding the terrorist and terrorism a case study of a suicide bomber will be provided to put a name to the act, if in one small way to see that tragedy is truly on both sides... RUNNING HEAD: TERRORISM IS NOT A NEW PHENOMENON Terrorism is not a New Phenomenon Terrorism is not a New Phenomenon Ganor (2002) argues that, contrary to the belief held by many, in order to understand and effectively combat terrorism a definition of it becomes necessary. Opponents...
Terrorism
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...looking at is one that cannot be solved easily by the target government. This creates continuity for the terror groups. The terror groups must also provide a cause for its followers; this cause is a life mission that is enshrouded by mystery, dogma, propaganda and fallacy. These factors are crucial in keeping the followers in the group even when they are not reaping any advantages and also keeping them from asking a question when their intellect or conscience requires them to. Works Cited Croteau David. Politics and the Class Divide: Working People and the Middle-Class Left. Philadelphia, PN: Temple University Press, 1995... Terrorism and Religious Fundamentalism Question conditions that must exists for ...
Countering Suicide Terrorism
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...Terrorism Introduction: The modern day world has seen two major developments, one for the benefit of humankind and the other to its detriment. The beneficial development has been the dramatic enhancement in information and communication technology, which has allowed globalization. The detrimental development has been terrorism and its sister face of suicide terrorism. The disruptive and awe inspiring force of terrorism is so great that it has most of the world in concern over it and looking at ways in at least contain it, if not eliminate it altogether. However both are not easy, as terrorism in all its faces is complex. Force by itself is never going to be a solution for terrorism... Countering Suicide...
Terrorism
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...looks for making an in-depth investigation into the current serge of terrorism, which has encompassed the entire world into its vicious fold particularly during the last two decades i.e. from mid 1990s onward. The research will pay special concentration upon making comparison of the strategy adopted by New York Police Department in the aftermath of 9/11 catastrophe on the one side, and the anti-terrorism schemes planned and executed by the Indian Police Department in the wake of November 2008 Mumbai attacks, on the other. The paper will also investigate into the corruption observed by the personnel belonging to both of the above-mentioned police departments, and the measures taken... The present paper...
International Terrorism College Essay
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...Terrorism A Closer Look International Terrorism A Closer Look Goes Here al Affiliation Goes Here International Terrorism According to the U.S. State Department terrorism is defined as a "premeditated, politically motivated violence perpetrated against noncombatant targets by subnational groups or clandestine agents, usually intended to influence an audience" (Title 22 of the United States Code, Section 2656F(D)). Terrorism is nothing new. In fact terrorism has many definitions and has been present in society for many hundreds of years. According to Ruben Ardila "Terrorists are usually young men (in very few cases women) - faceless people carefully programmed to destroy their enemy... International...
Explaining religious terrorism
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...terrorism is highly linked to religion. This explains why religious terrorism is considered to be the leading aspect of terrorism (Burke 40). Particularly, Islam has been associated with terrorism to a greater extent compared to other religions. This can be attributed to the argument that many of terrorism groups are comprised of people who subscribe to the Islamic religion, as well as led by leaders who subscribe to Islamic doctrine. There is a perception which was inspired by terrorist leaders such as Osama bin Laden that the entire Muslim world is international... Explaining Religious Terrorism Introduction The fact that terrorism is one of the greatest threats to international peace and security is ...
Organization of Islamic Conference
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...Terrorism, issued during the extraordinary session of the Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers in April 2002, rejected "any effort to link Islam and Muslims to terrorism" and condemned acts of international terrorism, highlighting... Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC) Table of Content S.No. Page No Introduction to the organization 2 2 Establishment of the OIC 2 3 Framework of the OIC 3 4 Member States 4 5 Primary Objectives of the OIC and the extend to which they are achieved 6 6 Actions taken by the OIC 7 7 Raison D'etre of the OIC 8 8 Major issues surrounding the organizations and some highlighted weaknesses 9 9 An outlook of the future 10 10 Works Cited 11 Organization of Islamic Conference In...
Crime and terrorism
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...terrorism Islamic terrorism is here to stay. It is a deep-rooted problem. To combat it effectively, one has look beyond the military and intelligence arenas, and aim to address the problem through social change. It is a long-term strategy, of course, but in the long run only this is going to help. During the Renaissance in Europe we have seen how irrational and dogmatic religion loosens its hold on the minds of common people with increasing spread of reason, science, eduction and prosperity. So the only lasting solution to the problem of Islamic terrorism is to promote liberal... Crime and Terrorism A part of the wider Islamist terror network, the Jaish-e-Mohammed is based in Pakistan and was formed...
Terrorism: Religion or Economically Driven
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...terrorism with radical Islamism. Although the Islamist terrorism is the most concurrent but there have been other types of terrorisms as well. We need to acknowledge the difference between religiously-inspired terrorism and secular terrorism. The secular terrorism is driven by ideological objectives like socialism, fascism, and movement against imperialism or separatism, which is not as wider in scope and application as is religious terrorism that assumes the whole community of the other religion as enemy and a target (Meinardus... Terrorism: Religion or Economically Driven This paper attempts to present a thorough analysis of the causes of terrorism from theoretical discussions on the connection between ...
Islamic Studies
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...Islamic faith today. The Muslims strongly believed that Mohammed "started to hear a voice, interpreted as coming from the angel Gabriel, which commanded him to recite the revelations which were thus made to him." (Leaman 2002, p.1). The life, practice and the opinions of the prophet is still the best role model before any Muslim to lead a holy life based on the Koran. The teachings and guiding values of life as shown by the prophet assumes greater significance in the modern world which is tormented with racism, terrorism, religious intolerance, materialism, unrest and hatred. Strongly rooted spiritual life is the only possible solution... Islamic Studies Islam, regarded as the world's second largest...
Terrorist/Terrorism
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...Islamic fundamentalist groups, including al-Qaeda. About 70 percent of terrorists had joined while they were living as expatriates in other countries, looking for jobs and education. Prior to moving they were not strongly religious, but while in their new countries they visited mosques and moved in with other Islamic expatriates. Some of the latter were already members of terror organizations who then recruited them into those organizations... Terrorism On September 11, 2001, Al Qaeda terrorists attacked the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and Pennsylvania in the United States. Today, the United States is using all elements of national power to wage war on terrorism. Polls indicate that the...
Terrorism and Human Rights
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...Terrorism and institutionalized crisis management. Fors, from Crisis mart, the National Center for Crisis Management Research and Training of the Swedish National Defense College in Stockholm, believes that Britain's long experience with Irish Republican Army (IRA) terrorism, and Blair's conviction that Britain would become target after 9/11, helped prevent an 'overreaction' to July 7. 'Given the scale of events in London, it might have been easy for him (Blair) to look for scapegoats,' Though 'mistakes were made' in the handling of the attacks, and in the period leading up to the bombings, most of these had been laid at the door of the intelligence services... Terrorism and Human Rights s 24 April...
International Terrorism
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...terror (Charles, 1986a). And the Islamic fundamentalists, pro-Syrian nationalists and Palestinian extremists carry out the lead roles (Charles, 1986a). The objective of these groups is not peace with Israel but peace with no Israel (Charles, 1986a). Terrorism would outlive peace not only due to the Arab-Israeli dispute but for two other reasons of instability, war and murder (Charles, 1986b). The idea of anti-Western, anti-modern and anti-secularist movement in the Islamic world, specially Iran exhibits a serious threat (Charles, 1986b). The only way left for achieving some lasting peace in the Middle East is a steady, unwavering application of all forms... International Terrorism Rachna Jalan...
The Increasing Role of Islam in Terrorism
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...Islam are on the rise against it engaging themselves into a culture of death4. Terrorist are not "pre-modern" but they use all the elements of modernity (money and stocks, media, computers, aeronautics, etc,) for a sole reason, to make their suicidal attack into a symbolic weapon against the symbol of power of a western state (Halfmann 2003:4). Looking back in the history of Islamic terrorism, we will find a number of high profile and symbolic attacks like the 1970 hijacking of four... THE INCREASING ROLE OF ISLAM IN TERRORISM Prof Islam is perceived by many of its followers to be thetrue religion and a number of Muslim fundamentalist groups around the world believed that terrorism is doing a great...
War on terrorism College Essay
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...Islamic countries so that he can create an Islamic world. Therefore the threat is that this group has promised to attack America and the citizens of America until or unless all the American influence is finished. Some of the challenges that are being faced by the Americans are that to encourage other countries to some how put a stop to all the terrorist fund raising and money transfers, encouraging all the countries of the world to declare a war against terror. Terrorist Groups Looking To Accomplish What are the terrorist groups looking to accomplish that is the question being asked these days Basically... War on Terrorism - What Is The Future Of America & Will Terrorism Ever Be Defeated Introduction...
Religious Terrorism
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...terrorism is the most important characteristic of terrorist activity today." Today's terrorists increasingly look at their acts of death and destruction as sacramental or transcendental on a spiritual level. The pragmatic reservations of secular terrorists do not hold back religious terrorists. Secular terrorists may view... Religious Terrorism Religious Terrorism It is true that no religion teaches violent lessons, in fact all religions justify violence in different ways and perceptions, I believe it has more to be associated with human psychology rather than religion. In my opinion there is only one main factor behind every religious violence, i.e., 'Brainwashing'. Today, most of the brainwashing...
Why is terrorism difficult to define
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...look deeper we can find that this definition is vague. The question that this definition fails to answer is 'How do we measure what extent of violence is considered ''outside the normal oppositional struggle'' As we begin to understand this problem, we find that there is no objective criterion available to us to gauge what extent of violence and threat can be called as an act of 'terrorism'. This difficulty to find what qualifies as an act of terrorism is even more difficult since 'terror' is used to describe a strategy rather than an act. The strategy is to send a message to the higher ups... Why Is Terrorism Difficult To Define 'Terrorism' is one of those few words that Google gets the most number...
Islamic Politics and Culture
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...look at the Imams as saints and perform excursions to their tombs and shrines in the anticipation of divine intervention. Sunni Muslims on the other hand pledge that there is no foundation in Islam for a heritable advantaged class of spiritual leaders, and there is certainly no base for the honor or intercession of saints. Sunni Muslims maintain that the headship of the community is not a patrimony, but an earned trust that could be assigned or taken away by the Islamic... Islamic Politics and Culture Islamic religion is ified into two groups, the Shia and the Suuni. This religion was established by the Prophet Mohammad but right after the death, division between the two sects emerged. This division was ...
International Terrorism Essay
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...look that the authorities had no hand in it. In any case, these anarchist authors should not be given the opportunity to disseminate any of their ideas. Reference: Brian, Paul (2005). Introduction to 19th-Century Socialism. Retrieved May 16, 2007 from http://www.wsu.edu:8080/brians/hum_303/socialism.html Huntington, Samuel (1993). Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of the World Order. Free Press: New edition 2002 Jogert, John (2005). What Kind of War Strategic Perspectives on the War on Terrorism... Assignment on Terrorism Definition of Terrorism When we begin to encounter words and the meaningsassociated with it, we learn that a word can actually take on a variety of meanings....
Relationship between Terrorism and Religion
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...terrorism cannot be overlooked. This paper will focus on the relationship between terrorism and religion based on what these three authors say in their writings: Brigitte Nacos, Martha Crenshaw and Richard Connerney. These articles are “The Making of Terrorists: Causes, Conditions, Influences;” “The Logic of Terrorism;” and “Islam” respectively. Brigitte Nacos: The Making of Terrorists: Causes, Conditions, Influences Centering on the occurrences of terrorism and terrorist attacks in the post-Cold... Relationship between Terrorism and Religion In our normal world, the situation has been that peace cannot stand without justice, but in the religious world the state of affairs is that justice cannot stand...
War on Terrorism- What is the future of America and will terrorism ever be defeated?
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...Islamic countries so that he can create an Islamic world. Therefore the threat is that this group has promised to attack America and the citizens of America until or unless all the American influence is finished. Some of the challenges that are being faced by the Americans are that to encourage other countries to some how put a stop to all the terrorist fund raising and money transfers, encouraging all the countries of the world to declare a war against terror. Terrorist Groups Looking To Accomplish What are the terrorist groups looking to accomplish that is the question being asked these days? Basically... War on Terrorism - What Is The Future Of America & Will Terrorism Ever Be Defeated? Introduction ...
How does the Islamic religion influence Islamic law?
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...Islamic law and a portion of one’s earnings should go for the purpose and this wealth might land up in organizations functioning in favor of terrorism such as Hamas, Hezbollah and the suicide bombers. There are certain Islamic bodies, which permit or issue fatwas to acknowledge investments to be complaint with sharia. Decisions are taken mostly by organizations, which raise a lot of doubts about authenticity. Most of them are associated with the radical bodies of Islam such as al Qaeda and Hamas. Again the argument that the Muslims in the west need sharia finance is not completely true when one looks into history. In fact some Muslim states like... ? How does the Islamic religion influence Islamic law?...
Cyber Terrorism and other types of terrorism in Australia
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...terrorism and other forms of terrorism in Australia No country seems to be free from the threats of terrorism and Australia isalso not an exception. Even though, different kinds of terrorist activities are going on in Australia, cyber terrorism seems to be the most important one.”As physical security is locked down, terrorists are likely to look at ways to strike from a distance, with low chance of capture, yet creating panic and fear within the target community” (Ellsmore, p.3). The practical difficulty in controlling cyber crimes made it one of the most dangerous terrorist activities of modern era. Since most of the critical areas of human life are making use of computers and internet... Cyber...
Cyber Terrorism and other types of terrorism in Australia
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...terrorism and other forms of terrorism in Australia No country seems to be free from the threats of terrorism and Australia is also not an exception. Even though, different kinds of terrorist activities are going on in Australia, cyber terrorism seems to be the most important one.”As physical security is locked down, terrorists are likely to look at ways to strike from a distance, with low chance of capture, yet creating panic and fear within the target community” (Ellsmore, p.3). The practical difficulty in controlling cyber crimes made it one of the most dangerous terrorist activities of modern era. Since most of the critical areas of human life are making use of computers and internet... Cyber...
Can Terrorism be defeated by Military Means Only?
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...Terrorism – for any effort of fighting terrorism to have a chance of success, it is necessary to look into the root causes... Can Terrorism be defeated by Military Means Only? 08 May Introduction Terrorism is on the front pages again with the supposed demise of Osama bin Laden. He represented the face of terrorism with multi-million dollar bounty on his head. It is a topic that is on everyone's minds these days. One of the most persistent debates is whether military means can defeat terrorism. The answer is NOT. This is because terrorism is born out of an idea and ideas cannot be killed with bullets and guns. The way to stop it is to counter the idea with alternatives – with a more compelling idea. A...
Is the youth-bulge theory responsible for the islamic terrorism?
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...Islamic Terrorism? Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Critical Review 4 Youth Bulge Theory and Terrorism 4 Up-rise of Islamic Terrorism 5 Nurturing Terrorism through Youth Bulges 7 Youth Bulges Leading to Violence 8 Youth Bulge Theory and Uprise of Islamic Terrorism 9 Conclusion 12 References 14 Introduction The ‘youth bulge’ theory is defined as a situation when the number of youth in the population increases as compared to the adult population, mostly owing to reduced mortality rates by high fertility among mothers. In the words of Schomaker (2013: 117), “the term “youth bulge” is used to define a situation in which the population... Is The Youth-Bulge Theory Responsible For The...
The War against Terrorism
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...terror have been Operation Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan); Operation Active Endeavour (naval operation to prevent movement of terrorists along the sea route) operation enduring freedom (Iraq) and operation new dawn. These military operations look very impressive; but going by the above structure they have attacked just one of elements of terrorist network – States. Afghanistan had been a safe haven for Al Qaeda and other terrorist networks .Destruction of the rule of Taliban in these countries removed the State part of the structure – it was now difficult for terrorist to have a physical place for preparation of their terrorist’s network. But the biggest...
Political Terrorism
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...Look at the New Appearance of Terrorism The U.S. National Intelligence Council, in a recent study, added a brief collection of criminal networks and groups. It emphasized that (Arquilla & Ronfeldt, 2001, p. 61): … criminal organizations and networks based in North America, Western Europe, China... Running Head: Political Terrorism The Information Revolution and the New Terrorism Term Paper Abstract The information revolution is radically changing the nature of transnational crime. This revolution has triggered the greatest economic growth in the history of the United States and resulted in remarkable efficiency and volumes of output recently. Yet, together with these gains has arisen the sinister form of...
Women and Terrorism
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...terrorism was the growth of state sponsorship. Historically, the representation of women increases during the second wave of terrorism, although it is never very high. Also, the proportion of "supporters" relative to "regulars" and "leaders" grows in the second wave. Yet when researchers look at their places of birth and adult residence, the case for the diffusion of neo-Fascist terrorism by expansion weakens... 26 July 2007 Women and Terrorism Recent decades, terrorism becomes one of the main problem and threat for the international community. Traditionally, women do not take an active part of terrorist movements but, since the middle of the XX century, they penetrate many groups and become active...
Choose one of the two question on counter terrorism policy
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...terror attacks from other forms of violence that are used during political struggles, and dismissing negotiation and compromise in the fight against terrorism. The best strategy is to employ diplomacy in order to isolate an opponent from its potential allies.9 It is inappropriate to judge negotiation and conciliation as an idealized strategy, but instead they should be considered as a real world occurrence. Many articles and reports ascertain the threat of Islamic groups growing.10 Having a long-term concession is able to transform the contestants although it is mainly determined by the personality of the terrorist. A terrorist who is motivated based on religion will view the struggle... ?...
Terrorism Case Study
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...terrorism it is necessary to look beyond the act and the person or people beneath - not with disdain or shock but with open eyes - only then will we truly begin to understand the dynamics of terrorism. Following a review of pertinent literature regarding the terrorist and terrorism a case study of a suicide bomber will be provided to put a name to the act, if in one small way to see that tragedy is truly on both sides... RUNNING HEAD: TERRORISM IS NOT A NEW PHENOMENON Terrorism is not a New Phenomenon Terrorism is not a New Phenomenon Ganor (2002) argues that, contrary to the belief held by many, in order to understand and effectively combat terrorism a definition of it becomes necessary. Opponents p...
The United States War against Terrorism
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...terrorism. Counter-terrorist activities that are based on military might, will only spur on more violence. An education of the US populace on the threats posed by terrorism will help to a great extent. Awareness among the global Muslim community of the ill-effects of jihad will also signal a beginning of the end of terrorism perpetrated by Islamic fundamentalist groups. There is still... The United s' War against Terrorism - Is there an end in sight Part I - Summary Philip H. Gordon in his essay d "Can the War on Terror Be Won" takes us through the events that have come into sharp focus, post 9/11. It is an inevitable fact that terrorism has raised its ugly head and is here to stay with a vengeance,...
Final research: Terrorism
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...Terrorism has therefore become a reality, which has to be contended with in the world today, to make it safe for individuals to conduct their day-to-day activities without any fear for their lives and property (Czinkota, Knight, Liesch and Steen 2010). Many motivations for terrorist organizations commit acts of terror against mostly the civilians who are often their victims. One of this, especially for Islamic fundamentalist groups is the belief that the western powers have come to occupy what they consider their homelands, and because of this, they feel... ? Terrorism Terrorism is one of the most disturbing occurrences in the world today with many of the incidents taking lace involving the deaths, or...
Terrorism as a Tactic of Warfare
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...Terrorism cited earlier in this discussion. Von Clausewitz held that it was important to analyze who was conducting the war, or, in this case, the act of terrorism (French). Identifying who is making the war helps explain the rationale (French). Next, we should, according to Von Clausewitz, the relationship between the players to understand what the war is about (French). In so doing, we must look to understand, too, how the players treat prisoners, civilians, the use of weapons, how the parties recognize the end of the war, “[…] and how the societies involved draw the line between acts of war and crimes or atrocities (French).” We should, according to Von Clausewitz, consider how... Terrorism as a ...
Strengthening U.S. Homeland Security Policies against Potential Islamic Jihad Union Attacks
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...terrorism. Unfortunately, as the different breakthroughs in communication and modern weaponry continue to take place, so do the threats from these notorious terrorist groups. Thus, it is in the critical study of the background, tactics and strategies of these terrorist groups that the U.S. can further enhance its current homeland security policies. In this paper, we first take a close look at the Islamic Jihad Union (formerly Islamic Jihad Group) in order to understand the group’s... ? Strengthening U.S. Homeland Security Policies against Potential Islamic Jihad Union Attacks and Number Due Abstract This paper proposes specific ways through which the U.S. Homeland Security Policies can be enhanced in...
International Terrorism (Answer the questions)
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...terrorism. Include definitions held to by government agencies as well as by scholars. Which definition do you find to be most accurate Why Also, by extension, why do you discount the definitions you find deficient 2. How do terrorists come to justify their actions-particularly when innocent, non-combatants are killed As a part of your answer, consider the roles of group reinforcement. 3. Explain the structure and organization common to terror groups. What elements of their structure is most challenging for group leadership in your estimation Also, how might law enforcement and intelligence agencies exploit the structural impediments found... Questions Compare and contrast several definitions of...
Anti-Terrorism bill 2000. A necessary evil.
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...terrorism legislations and policies have faced a great deal of controversies along with a strong opposition from some of the rights activists who claim that the implementation of terror laws have failed to prevent extremism, instead have led to the establishment of theoretical and political movements, that claim these terror laws unfairly target the Islamic community. 1 There are also claims that the legislations have isolated the UK Islamic community from the general civic community, giving rise to an atmosphere of ager, mistrust, and hatred. The British coalition government has recently underlined the...
The impact of terrorism on tourism
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...terrorism operations and tourism activities can also be studied on a social scale. It is observed that the terrorist operations in many countries increase out of a cultural conflict between the different social groups international and domestic. The people of mainly the Islam dominated countries are found to have developed a negative emotion against the western tourists who had come there to tour... ?The impact of Terrorism on Tourism Literature Review Terrorism is the consequence of the activities of the terrorist groups to spread fear and panicin the minds of the people across different countries. Through the spreading of terror the terrorist aims at disrupting the economic and trade activities of any...
War on Drugs and War on Terrorism
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...terrorism be combined.8 The DEA is not the only source identifying a link between terrorism and drug trafficking activities. In fact, in 2002 the Library of Congress Federal Research Division reported that Islamic terrorist and other extremists group were increasingly becoming involved in drug trafficking.9 Officials at the US State Department also claimed at a Senate hearing on March 2002, that a number of terrorist organization might be utilizing drug trafficking as a means of not only obtaining support funds, but for “weakening their enemies... The Interplay Between the US War on Drugs and the War on Terrorism: Has the War on Terrorism Undermined the US War on Drugs Policies? By Institution Course Da...
War Against Terrorism
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...Islamic court. In the same year there was official invasion of the Afghanistan by British and American forces in order to drive Al-Qaeda out and look for their leader. The war on terror had just begun. There were some gains that were made on the attack in Afghanistan. First the allied forces were able to drive out Al-Qaeda militia who had established their rule in the country. There has been more political... ARE WE WINNING ON THE WAR AGAINST TERRORISM Introduction There is no time in the history of the world when there has been such an upheaval on the security situation of the whole world. Peace has been the most expensive commodity in this world especially when no one is guaranteed of ones...
The impact of terrorism on tourism.
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...Islam dominated countries are found to have developed a negative emotion against the western tourists who had come there to tour. The western people mainly take to food articles like pork and wine, which go against their cultures. Thus these Islamic cultural groups in order to save their ardent and obsolete cultural heritage often resort to terrorism practices. Prideaux and Chon (2007) observe that these people bear a thought that putting increased fear in the minds of the westerners would deter them from visiting their country and thus would save their cultures from being demolished. However in such activities the revenue and the economic prosperity, which were accruing... ?The impact of Terrorism on...
POW's: Should the US use Torture and Enhanced Interrogation Techniques in its War on Terrorism?
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...terrorism and its impacts is the major cause of the establishment of harsh interrogation techniques. The initial and permanent way to look after the community is to put off serious problems ahead of they can happen. The U.S government has adopted specific plans which include serious efforts from the whole U.S community, both private and public sector local governments and federal states to fight against terrorism. The book entitled Security and Loss Prevention: An Introduction by Philip Purpura gives relevant information about the prevention methods undertaken by the United States against global terrorism. Philip Purpura observes: “The United States will defend its... ?POW's: Should the US use Torture...
Local Police Response to Terrorism
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...looks to analyze the importance of the role of the local police in the fight against terrorism. During the course of the study various aspects such as the effect of political, economic and social changes on the law enforcement agencies including local police; importance of partnership among local communities and local police along with other critical issues such as related to the role of the local police in the battle against terror has been analyzed. The research question for the study could be framed as: Do the local police have a major role to play in the fight against terror? Discussion The importance of the involvement of the local police... ? Local police response to terrorism The 9/11 attacks have ...
Terrorism Attack in southern Beirut
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...Terrorism Attack in southern Beirut A double suicide bombing tragedy occurred in southern Beirut on Thursday evening as people were leaving from jobs. The report covers the front page of the New York Times newspaper the next morning. The information from health ministry shows that 43 people were pronounced dead with about 200 wounded. The paper records the incident as the worst attack ever in the city. The Islamic state bordering Syria claimed the responsibility immediately after the attack. The group recorded that their primary target was Shiite Muslims whom they consider traitors (Levitt 67). The Garissa attack was claimed by the Somali Muslims, who...
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