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    ISLAMIC TERRORISM Terrorism, “The unlawful use of – or threatened use of – force or violence against individuals or property to coerce or intimidate governments or societies, often to achieve political religious, or ideological objectives.” – U.S. Department of defense publication. Islamic terrorism has been an issue for years now. They have attacked more than 21 countries, causing more and more terror and becoming more powerful. They are willing to die since they don’t believe as other religions or governments. When you think about Islamic terrorism is the first think that comes to your mind 9/11? Many people believe 9/11 was the start of terrorism, it wasn’t but it sure was an important event in their history that made them stronger.…

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    a real threat because they are hard to prevent, they are carefully planned and carefully executed. ISIS is the largest and most powerful terrorist the U.S. has ever dealt with. In recent discussions of Islamic Terrorism, a controversial issue has been whether The U.S. shouldn’t intervene with ISIS and other forms of Islamic terrorism. On the one hand, some argue that the U.S. should intervene and stop Islamic Extremism from this perspective, ISIS’s primary target is the U.S. homeland and…

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    terrorist operatives and leaders,” former President of America, George Bush asserted (President Bush’s Speech on Terrorism 1). Former President Bush concluded that many Americans believe that “terrorism” can be eliminated through violence. One might question, “What exactly is terrorism?” Terrorism a “deliberate use of violence at an audience in order to force a government into following their politically or ideologically motivated demands” (Krieger & Merierrecks, 4). Terrorists, individuals who…

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    Al Qaeda Essay

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    With the war on terrorism becoming more and more violent, US officials are looking for a way to stop the violence that Al Qaeda is inflicting on the United States of America. Al Qaeda isn’t a new problem to the United States. Al Qaeda is defined as “a radical Sunni Muslim organization dedicated to the elimination of a Western presence in Arab countries and militantly opposed to Western foreign policy: founded by Osama bin Laden in 1988” (Dictionary.com). “In approximately 1989, bin Laden and…

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    Islamophobia Essay

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    There is no reason for the United States to return to internment camps and segregation with the progress for equality ongoing, but with the rise of terrorism and racial targeting, Muslims are scapegoats in a country that is constantly undergoing change. Islamophobia, or the fear of Islam, is not the reason to justify hate crimes against millions of people attempting to live their lives. Muslims do not have the opportunity to seek justice like the Civil Rights movement groups did as Muslims are…

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    orism and Its Effects A Lebanese woman quivers in fear as she clasps her hand tightly over her infant’s lips in an attempt to hush his whimpering. A Sunni man is pillaging through her home in search for its Christian occupants. He soon uncovers her and her child behind a faded woven basket. The Sunni Arab rips the shrieking infant from her arms and tramples the baby as the mother is dragged out of sight by other armed Sunni attackers. Many atrocities of this nature have occurred as a result of…

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    The articles used in this analysis demonstrate the reasons behind global terrorism and Mass media biased. Global Terrorism is a very critical issue and should not be overlooked. "terrorism has continuously increased in the past few years, particularly in the regions that are under America 's military influence". ("US main reason behind spread of terrorism" 2011, paragraph 1). However, there is huge concern for Muslim society about false media propaganda against them (religion). "the westerners…

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    Management of al-Qaeda beneath the guiding jihadist footsteps of Osama bin Laden has go on to spurring a fear of mapped all around the globe with its very existence. The Islamic extremist organization recognized as al-Qaeda and its leader pull together great efforts in the execution attacks on the United States of America thwarted by only the demise of their head, and yet it gradually rose in power from similar-minded individuals participating with them over the passage of time. It has…

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    Terrorism Case Study

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    Terrorism is a relatively new type of conflict that is extremely relevant in our modern world. It ultimately is the use of violence in order to achieve a political or ideological aim. Terrorism can be international or domestic but largely the FBI and CIA prevent many of the larger attacks from happening through extensive research and analysis of persons of interest (FBI.gov). It can take many different forms including suicide bombings, military coups, and even piracy. In May 1975 the SS Mayaguez…

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    Knowing this, the idea that many people hold of one day defeating terrorism once and for all is idealistic. On September 20, 2001 after the 9/11 attacks in New York, President Bush addressed the United States, saying, “Our war on terror begins with Al Qaeda, but it does not end there. It will not end until every terrorist group of global reach has been found, stopped and defeated.” It is this very idea that is flawed in the way we approach terrorism because frankly, terrorism is now evolving at…

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