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  • Nations Support Islamic Terrorism
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    When the Soviet Union collapsed and the cold war came to an end, the world felt as if it were on the edge of unlimited peace and prosperity. Unfortunately, new issues came to light, such as terrorism. Terrorism is defined by Title 22 of the United States code, section 2656 (d) as "the pre-meditated, politically motivated violence perpetrated against noncombatant targets by sub national groups or clandestine agents, usually intended to influence an audience". In light of recent terrorist activity...
  • State Sponsored Terrorism A Iran B Sudan
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    Terrorism and the International Court of Justice I. History of International Terrorism II. State Sponsored Terrorism A. Iran B. Sudan. Benefits Derived From Terrorism A. Inexpensive and ability to advance ideologies B. Fear C. Publicity D. Minimal risk E. Lack of public defeat IV. Aspects of Terrorism A. Technological advances B. Weapons of mass destruction C. Cyber terrorism D. Suicide bombing V. Islamic Terrorist Organizations A. Islamic Jihad B. Al-Gama'a ai-Islamiyyah C. Hamas D. Hizballah E...
  • Islam Religion
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    September 24, 2001 Terrorism Throughout history there have been much devastation, which have had a lasting impact on the world, as we know it today. There has not been such devastation such as the hijacking of American flight 11 and United Flight 175, which hit the world trade center, and the American flight 77, which hit the Pentagon on September 11th 2001. Such a terrorist to inflect pain on a large mass of citizens is accomplished for many reasons. One religion, Islam, was used in the reasoni...
  • Radical Islamic Terrorist Organizations
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    Islamic Terrorism and The United States Michelle GowkaPLSC 14 H 04/26/01 The Threat of Islamic Terrorism With the collapse of the Soviet Union in the early 1990's and the cold war over, the international community seemed to be on the threshold of an era of unprecedented peace and prosperity. Instead, a new series of problems was created, like ethnic conflicts, weapons proliferation, environmental problems, population growth, drug trafficking, and terrorism. Terrorism, as defined by Title 22 of t...
  • Word Terrorism And Jihad
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    Did the Quran or the sword accomplish the spread of Islam throughout the world To me, the answer is obvious. It grew through the power of the Quran, but to many the doubts are beginning to creep into their minds. After the events of September 11th, the media has been using Jihad as a replacement for the word terrorism. However, the people have no idea that the word Jihad is completely different than the word terrorism. Jihad, a holy war, when this word is heard, terrorism is a synonym which firs...
  • Islamic Terrorist Groups
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    a great deal of variation The main cause of terrorism is reform, weather it be political, governmental, or religious. The most common cause of terrorism is religious reform because it usually last much longer than the other two types. The fighting in Ireland and Middle East has been going on for a very long time and they have many people and countries to back them finanicaly. The area of conflict which has generated the most significant and ruthless spillover of terrorist violence since 1968 is,...
  • Islamic Terrorist Groups
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    Islam is portrayed and is commonly accepted as the most violent and largest direct threat to the West. This is a generalization made by most of the West, but it is not particularly the West or the Islamic peoples fault. There is constant turmoil in Islamic countries in the Middle East and these conflicts are what make the news in the West. The only representation in the media that the Islamic nation gets is that of war. Though most Islamic people are not violent, the select few that do participa...
  • Practitioner Of Radical Terrorist Tactics Like Hamas
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    Q 1 The focus of what we consider "modern terrorism" has changed dynamically in just thirty years. Though exceptions always apply, there has been a general trend from left-wing domestic groups toward right-wing international groups as the prevalent form of terrorism. This transformation is further characterized by a movement from the secular to the radical, the domestic to the international, and from partial sympathy to outright denunciation by Western society. Key moments in history have also s...

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