International Terrorism

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Terrorism has inflicted upon many lives in the world today. At present people are afraid to fly or even to travel short distances due to this global threat. Terrorist Campaigns have been launched at a global level. The main groups involved are 'Hamas', Hezbollah and Al-Qaeda…

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Hamas has been actively involved in breaching peace for the Palestinians how ever its initiative are against Israel and they show themselves as the global enemy of Israel thus threatening to remove the state of Israel from the map. Hamas, an acronym for 'Harakat al-Muqawamah al-Islamiyya' (Islamic Resistance Movement), corresponds to an Arabic word which meaning enthusiasm, fire, ardor, fanaticism. What Hamas says is that "There is no solution to the Palestinian problem except by Jihad. The initiative, proposals and International Conferences are but a waste of time, an exercise in futility.
Now coming to the second group, 'Hezbollah', we are concerned with a purely religious ambition trying to eliminate its opponents or people of other religions. Hezbollah is a Lebanese umbrella organization of radical 'Islamic Shiite' groups and organizations. It opposes the West, seeks to create a Muslim fundamentalist state modeled on Iran, and is a bitter foe of Israel. Hezbollah, whose name means "party of God," is a terrorist group believed responsible for nearly 200 attacks since 1982 that have killed more than 800 people, according to the Terrorism Knowledge Base. ...
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