Jihad is a term that the West has come to know and fear. The Arabic word, Jihad, means struggling or striving and applies to any effort exerted by anyone. Jihad is really a struggle in life. Extremists misinterpret...
State terrorism is often a neglected phenomenon in terrorism studies. Discuss how terrorism has been used as a weapon by states over the past 50 years. Is state terrorism fundamentally different from non-state terrorism?
Within this essay I will discuss how states have used terrorism as...
Environmental Preservation Front (EPF)
The Environmental Preservation Front is one of the fastest growing international leaderless resistance in the world. We are dedicated to saving the environment and people from Genetically Modified...
Terrorism and Human Rights
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COUNTER-TERRORISM & HUMAN RIGHTS
The duty to comply with Human Rights while countering terrorism
Since the end of the Second World War, and the Cold War, terrorism has been one of the main issues of the international...
February 18, 2015
Security vs. Privacy
The world is a dangerous place and Canada is not immune to the threat of terrorism. This is most brutally demonstrated by last October’s attacks in Ottawa and Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec. Terrorist attacks on our own soil demonstrate that our...
Does Islam Promote Terrorism?
By Fatima Noori
Islam does not promote terrorism, Islam is derived from the word ‘salaam’ which means peace which fundamentals teach its followers to maintain and promote peace throughout the world. Unfortunately more and more often, Islam has been associated...
State Sponsored Terrorism.
According to the United States code
1) the term "international terrorism" means terrorism involving citizens or the territory of more than one country;
2) the term "terrorism" means premeditated, politically motivated violence perpetrated against non-combatant targets by...
Counter-terrorism or counterterrorism refers to the practices, tactics, techniques, and strategies that governments, militaries, police departments and corporations adopt in response to terrorist threats and/or acts, both real and imputed.
The tactic of Terrorism is available to insurgents and governments...
Terrorism is just a word in English, but it is a hazard for mankind. India faces the problems of poverty, population, hunger and literacy. But spread of terrorism is the most frightening of all. Be it in the small countries like Ireland and Israel, or in the big ones life Russia and USA, terrorism...
common definition of terrorism is the systematic use or threatened use of violence to intimidate a population or government and thereby effect political, religious, or ideological change. Terrorism in India, according to the Home Ministry, poses a significant threat to the state. Terrorism in India are...
Research Essay on:
The impact of the Anti-Terrorism Act on the Muslims and Arabs in Canada
The Anti-terrorism Act in Canada and its effects on the Muslim and Arabic communities
September 11, 2001 marked a catastrophic change not only in American society but in every...
The Anti-Terrorism Act which was passed by the Commonwealth Parliament on the 6th of December 2005. The definition of 'Terrorism' is: "an action or threat of action where the action causes certain defined forms of harm or interference and the action is done or the threat is made with the intention of...
Anti-terrorism success may not help Obama in 2012
JULIE PACE, Associated Press Saturday, October 1, 2011
WASHINGTON (AP) — The killing of an American-born cleric in Yemen underscores a re-election reality for President Barack Obama: He may have a string of counterterrorism successes and high marks...
Definitions · Counter-terrorism
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FRAMEWORK OF ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING AND COMBATING OF FINANCIAL TERRORISM IN THE ECOWAS REGION
Oladeji Ifeoluwa Temilolu
Money laundering as a form of cross border crime involves the use of legal tender in a financial transaction in order to conceal the origin, source or destination...
The Human Rights Act and anti-terrorism in the UK: one great leap forward by Parliament, but are the courts able to slow the steady retreat that has followed?
David McKeever Subject: Human rights. Other related subjects: Administrative law. Criminal law
Keywords: Administrative law;...
of the Australian Anti-terrorism Legislation passed in 2004. Explain.
Three anti-terrorism bills were enacted in the Australian Parliament in 2004 by a Coalition government with the Labor opposition's support. These were the Anti-terrorism bill, 2004, the Anti-terrorism bill (No 2), 2004...
As a very modern world we face many problems. War, famine, disease, religious and cultural differences. These issues only begin to touch on some of the devastation that plagues our world. We lay sleeping in bed at night, sound asleep in total serenity. Has the thought...
Revolution and Terrorism
Terrorism from the Left and From the Right
The left wing inspired terrorism appeared in the United States during the 1960’s. Terrorism went hand in hand with leftist ideology(Visions for chance). To be from the left – a term...
TERRORISM IN INDIA AND LEGISLATION FOR THE PREVENTION AND COMBATING THE SAME UNDER CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM – A SOCIO LEGAL STUDY
neither an academic nor an international legal consensus regarding the proper definition of the word "terrorism". Various legal systems and government agencies use different definitions of "terrorism". Moreover, the international community has been slow to formulate a universally agreed upon, legally...
York City, numerous anti-terrorist measures were enacted worldwide. The Anti-Terrorism Act (Bill C-36) was introduced in Canada on Oct. 15, 2001, and became reality on Dec. 24, 2001 (Wark, 2006). While the purpose of this legislation was to fortify Canadian security against terrorism, it has done so at...
Paper on the Arab Spring
Terrorism has been a prominent issue throughout European history. During the end of the nineteenth century, terrorism would be conducted through a series of small-scale attacks that killed relatively few people. Over time, terrorism has evolved to send larger statements...
widespread illness and injury, the displacement of large numbers of people and devastating economic loss.
First of all, it should be mentioned that terrorism is a problem which some countries have been continuously facing for more than two-three decades but now has emerged as a global problem against which...
“Most Muslims are not fundamentalists, and more fundamentalists are not terrorists, but more present day terrorists are Muslims and proudly identify themselves as such.” writes Bernard Lewis in ‘The Crisis of Islam’. But Dr. Martin Luther King logically said, “Injustice anywhere is a threat...
History on Terrorism
Terrorism is among the most talked about topics in the American society. Justification for this claim can be drawn from the widespread definitions of the term, which range from the State level to the constitutional instance to the Anarchists...
Kuta, international terrorism and its impact has become a major issue in Australian society. Prior to the 9/11 atrocities, terrorism was a vague threat rather than a hard reality. Indeed, prior to 2002, Australia did not even have laws dealing specifically with acts of terrorism. Post Bali, a series...
PROJECT WORK OF SOCIOLOGY
TERRORISM: CASUAL ANALYSIS
SUBMITTED TO- SUBMITTED BY-
Dr. SANGEET KUMAR ADITYA RAJ
FACULTY OF SOCIOLOGY ROLL NO. 1107
C.N.L.U 1ST YEAR
What are the causes of terrorism and how can it be stopped?
“Terrorism and guerrilla warfare, whether justified as resistance to oppression or condemned as disrupting the rule of law, are as old as civilization itself. The power of the terrorist, however, has been magnified by modern weapons, including...
Terrorism—attacks on civilians and noncombatants for political purposes—has an ancient history. In earlier eras, terrorism was often religiously motivated.
In the first century c.e. Jewish Zealots fought the Romans; the Assassins, a Shi’i sect of Islam, killed Muslims who disagreed with their practices...