Egyptian Islamic Jihad

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  • Aq Attack Case Study

    possibility (Jenkins, 2015). Currently, the al Nusra is also likely to be used by the original AQ leadership to attempt attacks in the US through the use of foreign-based fighters. Given the large number of fighters from the West who have gone to fight the jihad war in Syria and Iraq (Gray, 2015), it is only natural to expect that AQ might be planning to make use of these fighters, upon their return to their home countries in the West, to launch spectacular attacks there. Therefore, the issue of…

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  • Terrorism In The United States Essay

    Terrorism in The United States Americans have a stereotypical way of thinking when it comes to terrorism in the United States. When you think of terrorist you think of “Muslims”, you think of “al Qaeda”, and someone of Arab descent. While Stereotypes are stereotypes for a reason and it’s not right we have good reason to feel the way we do. Osama bin Laden and his deputy, Ayman al- Zahawiri, are Arabs. All 19 of the Sept. 11 hijackers were Arabs. The hate between Americans and Arabs to some…

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  • Osama Bin Laden Communication Style

    Terrorism & Communication: Osama Bin Laden Style Terrorism has been around for ages and just like any common organization, the terrorist organization needs to have the ability to communicate amongst one another. A lot of the prominent terrorist organizations define themselves as international terrorist groups or organizations. Soldiers can attest that communication can be difficult on the same battlefield and families can attest that communication can be difficult in the same household. Now, try…

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  • Social Influence In Afghanistan

    strangers alike. A country grief-stricken by the troubles of past wars and, currently, the recent Islamic fundamentalist political movement. Life was simple and peaceful before the Taliban came along, destroying a modernized society. The aftermath of the terrorist group 's attacks only made such matters worse with another war following created after the 9/11 attacks, a series of terrorist attacks by the Islamic terrorist group Al-Qaeda on the United States on the morning of Tuesday, September…

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  • Terrorism In An Age Of Religious Freedom

    Terrorism in an age of religious freedom Terrorism in our day is thought to be associated with confrontational activities which infringe human and civil rights. Terrorism is the unofficial or unauthorized use of violence and intimidation in the pursuit of political aims. Did terrorism begin after September the 9th or did the word inaugurate from some time back in history? Moreover, when did it start and were Muslims associated with terrorism like they are today? The first use in the English…

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  • Tamil Tigers Research Paper

    The Tamil Tigers were based in northern Sri Lanka. Founded in 1976, the Tamil Tigers are widely regarded to have been one of the most organized and efficient terrorist organizations in history, their soldiers ranging from five to ten thousand guerillas. The main objective for the tigers was to create a new, independent state in both northern and eastern Sri Lanka for the Tamils, the native group of Sri Lanka. The founding of the Tigers was sparked in 1972, when the Sinhalese controlled Sri…

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  • Osama Bin Laden Letter To America

    On September 11th, 2001, four separate attacks on the United States were coordinated and carried out by an Islamic extremist terrorist group known as al-Qaeda. Four planes were hijacked by 19 different terrorists, with two of the planes flying into both buildings of the World Trade Center in New York City, one plane flying into the Pentagon in Washington, D.C., and the final plane crashing in a field in Pennsylvania. The attacks followed a growing unrest towards the western world and the USA…

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  • Muslim Attacks On Terrorism

    an extreme Islamic group, claims responsibility for the devastating attacks that took place in both Paris and Beirut. These attacks were extremely heinous and hostile acts of terrorism. It was reported that over 43 people were killed and over 200 people were left wounded in Beirut. In Paris, it was reported that 128 people were killed in the shootings…

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  • Summary Of The Film Paradise Now By Hany Abu-Assad

    While Jihadists only make up a fraction of the proponents of terrorism, the media has caused “terrorism” to be synonymous with “Muslim.” Even understandable acts of rebellion, like the liberation movement of Palestine against Israel, are seen as Islamic radicalism because misguided individuals perpetrate acts of terrorism. The movie Paradise Now, by director Hany Abu-Assad, shows the ordeals of two friends, Khaled and Said, who enlist in a Palestinian resistance group to coordinate suicide…

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  • Essay On Military Attacks

    personal be allowed to be armed at all times to protect themselves? The active shooter incident on Lackland marks the 10th fatal shooting on a U.S. military installation in the U.S. since 2001. Of the 10, 3 have been confirmed as attacks by extreme Islamic jihadists. Some of those attacks were by military personnel themselves who converted to Islam. The following is a list of attacks on U.S. military installations inside the U.S. since 2001, excluding the one that took place today: 1.…

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