Egyptian Islamic Jihad

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  • Differences Between Al-Qaeda And ISIS

    are two Islamist multi-national organizations which aims to spread all over the region in order to unify the Muslim world, they believe they represent religion, and use the later to justify their actions. These two Islamic groups have fought war against what they called the non-Islamic population and the west. As much as the two organizations have big similarities from how they both share the Wahhabi ideology, loathe the religious establishment of al-Azhar, involved in propaganda operations and…

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  • Umma And Religion

    not cease fighting for the Truth— they shall be triumphant over their opponents” (Hadith, “Struggle”, 116), but only one sentence is not enough to demonstrate that Islam is radical. Actually, people have such misconception is because the meaning of Jihad is distorted. It should not be interpreted as “holy war”, but “a struggle for Allah” (Smart and Hecht, 115). This struggle is not necessarily a fight with weapons, but a defense of their own belief. Muslims are taught “Do not be aggressive, for…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Religion

    As of today approximately ninety percent of people all over the world claim to practice a certain religion, and well more than twenty religions exist ("How Many Religions Are There in the World”). Though people view religion as a way to boost morals; ironically, it is actually a root for many current problems. As defined by Merriam Webster, a monster is a “threatening force,” and strictly following a religion can definitely be a monster of society. Ways religion is a threatening force is by…

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  • Al Qaeda Formation

    Al Qaeda Formation The name Al Qaeda was common in the Soviet-Afghanistan war training camps and it is translated to mean the base in the English language. This organization developed during the Bureau, becoming an organization of faith-fueled warriors rigorously working on an ideological program to protect the world’s evils to Israel and an America that was Jew-dominated. Osama used his managerial skills to establish this group as a business and obtained many of the finances from legitimate…

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  • Rise And Fall Of Osama Bin Laden

    Osama bin Laden is one of then most well known names in the globe. The actions he took that led him to fame, was his success in creating one of the largest export groups of terrorism. Consequently, given him the title of: the hero of the Islamic empire. His desire to create a Muslim empire has influenced him to commit the most gruesome terrorist attacks of all time. On September 11, 2001 his attacks on the Pentagon and the World Trade Center unleashed one of the longest terrorism associated war.…

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  • Swot Analysis Of Al-Qa Essay

    Modern society is characterized by dynamic and sophisticated changes in terrorism activities. As a result, terror cells such as al-Qa’ida are a major threat among policymakers, intelligence agencies, and multinational firms in the United States. The U.S. government is continuously formulating policies of gathering intelligence against terror groups. For instance, the U.S. has formulated the Counter Intelligence Centre (CIC) to facilitate the monitoring and intelligence collection against this…

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  • The Effects Of Jihadist Groups On The Recruitment Of Aq

    This chapter explores how other jihadist groups, notably ISIL, are likely to impact the standing and operations of AQ. It seeks to determine the likely impacts on AQ caused by specific actions by these other groups such as their recruitment and support. In doing so, emphasis is placed on two main aspects. These are the effects of other jihadist groups on the recruitment of AQ and the extent to which, if at all, competition between AQ and these other jihadist groups can push AQ into carrying a…

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  • Osama Bin Laden's Influence On Terrorism

    He began to follow the teachings of pan-Islamist Abdullah Azzam, who believed all Muslims should wage a holy war, or Jihad, on the entire world to create one Islamic state. Because he saw the Western world influencing the Middle East, the idea appealed to him. At this point, Osama bin Laden became significant. He built the terrorist group al-Qaida from the ground up. The terrorist group…

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  • The Spread Of ISIS

    They want to conquer land. “In territory it controls, the Islamic State uses mass executions, public beheadings, rape, and symbolic crucifixion displays to terrorize the population into submission and “purify” the community…”(Brookings). ISIS constantly puts people in fear and danger, in hopes that they will be…

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  • Fenians A Terrorist Or Terrorist Essay

    The Fenians: Terrorists or Freedom Fighters A big question that has arisen is whether the infamous Fenians were terrorists or freedom fighters; however, before we delve into this question we must know what a terrorist and freedom fighter is. A terrorist is a person who uses terrorism (violence and intimidation in the pursuit of political aims. It is best to not come in the way of these people as they will get rid of anybody in their way whether innocent or foe to achieve their goal. An example…

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