Personal Narrative On Terrorism

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Narrative on Terrorism Humanity is going through a difficult period. A period that could decide the future of the upcoming generations. In time of fear, people tend to hear screams from one side blaming the Muslims and the other side putting on the blame on the West. The Muslims are as much as at fault as the Western governments are. The relationship of the United States and Europe with terror supporting tyrannical government like Saudi Arabia and Kuwait are as much a cover for terrorism as the Muslims who carry the ideology that was established on terror (Bronson). From one side, there are Islamic nations that are in a complete chaos who seem like they still not have not realized that their past must be cleansed up in order for the present …show more content…
It is not what the media generalize or stereotype based on the interpretation without understanding the faith. The Majority of Muslims around the world, myself included, are not followers, promoters, nor believers in a religion of violence. Those who justify the September 11 attack cite political reason for their support of violence, not religious reasons. 113th out of 114 chapter out of the Quran begins by introducing Islam as a religion of mercy and compassion, not of war. “There is little connection between suicide terrorism in Islamic fundamentalism, or any one of the world’s religion’s. What nearly all suicide terrorist attacks have in common is a specific secular and strategic goal to compel modern democracies to withdraw military forces from territory” …show more content…
They need to distinguish between those seeking for spiritual fulfillment and those who want to push the clash of civilization. Young-adults need to be part of the solution to Islamic State terrorism, and must be allowed to be part of the discussion, because they are the decision makers of tomorrow and possibly solvers of terrorism. Unity and resilience within all religion communities will completely destabilize what ISIS is trying to do.
Work Cited
K̲h̲an̲, Vaḥīduddīn, and Farīdah K̲h̲ānam. 2009. The Quran. New Delhi: Goodword Books.

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Anvar Shaik̲h̲. 2009. Islam and terrorism. Delhi: Hindu Writers ' Forum.

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Bronson, Rachel. 2006. Thicker than oil: America 's uneasy partnership with

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