Category: Terrorism

Terrorism has No religion – Stop Terrorism

Terrorism is the unlawful use of force or violence against persons or property to intimidate or coerce a government or its citizens to further certain political or social objectives. Law enforcement generally recognizes two types of terrorism: domestic and international. Domestic terrorism is based and executed in the own country by our own citizens without foreign direction. International terrorism, which is connected to foreign governments or groups, transcends our nation’s boundaries. Terrorism consists of criminal activity.

There is no single definition of terrorism, since it encompasses a range of activity, all designed to intimidate and instill fear. in another way Terrorism, is the systematic use of violence to create a general climate of fear in a population and thereby to bring about a particular political objective. Terrorism has been practiced by political organizations with both rightist and leftist objectives, by nationalistic and religious groups, by revolutionaries, and even by state institutions such as armies, intelligence services, and police. There are a variety of definitions for terrorism. In general, it is considered to be the unlawful use, or threatened use, of force or violence against persons, societies, cultures or governments in order to create a desired change. The change sought may be political, religious or social in nature.

Various attempts have been made to distinguish among types of terrorist activities. It is vital to bear in mind, however, that there are many kinds of terrorist movements, and no single theory can cover them all. Not only are the aims, members, beliefs, and resources of groups engaged in terrorism extremely diverse, but so are the political contexts of their campaigns. One popular typology identifies three broad classes of terrorism: revolutionary, sub revolutionary, and establishment terrorism. Although this typology has been criticized as in exhaustive, it provides a useful framework for understanding and evaluating terrorist activities.

Terrorism has been around for centuries, although it’s been defined or described differently throughout the years. Today, it amounts to bullying, only on a grand scale, because these bullies have powerful weapons and fighters who embrace death as martyrdom. There is nothing more dangerous than a terrorist who believes that he has nothing to lose Terrorism is self-sustaining as it provides an opportunity for those to get even or right the wrongs. One death of a terrorist equates to one-hundred terrorists taking the death on as a mission. The problem with terrorism is that it is premeditated and perpetrated against specific targets, while many innocent victims are also casualties.  Terrorism in real life is so diverse and complicated in all of its elements that it makes it very difficult to make generalizations.

Although difficulties exist in compiling the various aspects of terrorism into a single definition, it is widely agreed that “terrorism is the use or the threat of the use of violence, a method of combat or a strategy to achieve certain targets, that it aims to induce a state of fear in the victim, that it is ruthless and does not conform with humanitarian rules, and publicity is an essential factor in the terrorist strategy”.


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