Definition Essay On Terrorism

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First of all, we all know that terrorism have existed for many years. I believe that terrorism has been operated in many countries decades ago. So what is terrorism? One definition of terrorism is: "the use of violence for political ends". Another is “defined as the use of violence to physically and psychologically terrorize a population by an individual or group in order to draw attention to a cause, enact political change, or gain political power”. In addition, terrorists often attack innocent people--even children. They want to show power no matter what. For example, when the government tries to increase public safety by restricting certain freedoms, the terrorists are likely to charge that it has become a dictatorship not worthy
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For example, innocent people should not be kill only because of other people wanted to show control. I agree that maybe if the person has done something horrible such as murder it can be justifiable but killing random civilians who for the most part have nothing to do with the involvement of a crime is unjustifiable. Whether individuals uninvolved are killed isn‘t a concern to terrorists. Terrorism ignores the lives of many people completely and this directly conflicts with people who are close to those who have died in an accident due to terrorism. This is a reason why terrorism is awful and shouldn’t be justified. …show more content…
For example nowadays with the high technology, many bad people can create terrible disasters such as the disrupting of telecommunication in airplanes. For example, in the movie United 93, the airplane was hijacking by three bad men, and because people in the airplane didn’t know what to do in a case like this, they create a plan which consists of trying to defend themselves and escape. They fought back to the terrorist’s people and this action cause the death of everybody in the airplane. The airplane

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