PREVENTION OF MORAL DWARFISM
REVIEW OF ‘UNITED 93’
The term dwarfism was restricted to the field of medicine. But in today’s scenario we find that our society as such is a dwarf, morally. Anti-social elements and activities have become the top most concern, because of their undue influence on the society.
The gloomiest of all anti-social activity is the act of ‘TERRORISM’, the word which the world hates the most today.
The term "terrorism" since the 1970s was directed to various phenomenon, starting from fearsome threats until today the world under UN has failed to come to an agreement about what is an acceptable definition for terrorism. It is still under debate despite attempts made by many experts. The effort to approach terrorism from a definitional perspective has thus become a never-ending effort.
1. The use of violence and threats to intimidate or coerce, especially for political purposes. 2. The state of fear and submission produced by terrorism or terrorization. 3. A terroristic method of governing or of resisting a government.
TYPES OF TERRORISM
There are six different types of terrorism. They are anarchist terrorism, state sponsored terrorism, right wing terrorism, left wing terrorism, religious terrorism, and nationalist terrorism. ANARCHIST TERRORISM
Anarchist terrorism was a major global phenomenon from the 1870s to 1920. A young Hungarian refugee killed President William McKinley who was persuaded to by anarchist sentiment in 1901.
Iran accused Cuba, Iraq, Libya, North Korea, Sudan, and Syria of supporting terrorism. The Abu Nidal Organization is an example of state-sponsored terrorism. RIGHT WING TERRORISM
Right wing terrorism is one of the least organized terrorists. They attack immigrants and refugees. LEFT WING TERRORISM
Left wing terrorism limits the use of violence, but destroys the democracy and takes over with socialist or communist regime. They also stay away from harming victims. Baader-Meinhof Group, the Japanese Red Army, Weathermen, and the Red Brigades are all examples of left wing terrorism. RELIGIOUS TERRORISM:
Religious terrorism attack large numbers of their enemy. They use violence as their strategy. Here are some examples of religious terrorism: Al-Qaeda, Hamas, Hezbollah, and Aum Shinrikyo.
Nationalist terrorists use violence. These terrorists are usually successful at getting people’s sympathy because they try to fight for "national liberation”. Irish Republican Army, Basque Fatherland and Liberty, and the Kurdistan Workers’ Party are examples of nationalist terrorism. NARCOTERRORISM
Narcoterrorism is another type of terrorism that has to do with drugs. Some terrorist groups such as the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Columbia, Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, United Self-Defense Forces of Columbia, National Liberation Army, Shining Path, Kurdistan Workers’ Party, Hezbollah, Al-Queda (Taliban), Real IRA, and Basque Fatherland and Liberty, use narcoterrorism. Because nearly every terrorist group today uses narcoterrorism, experts think that the word is nonspecific.
Cyberterrorism is a type of terrorism that uses computers and network. Usually, small terrorist groups use cyberterrorism. Experts have only identified Aum Shinrikyo and the Tamil Tigers of using cyberterrorism so far. These two terrorist groups usually use cyberterrorism to fail the computer security, or to show off their technical abilities. Cyberterrorism can allow disruptions in military communications and even electrical power. Some ways by which cyberterrorism is demonstrated can be by controlling from a distant electrical thing such as dams or power plants. Another way cyberterrorism can be used is by destroying the actual machine that contains the electronic information. What can you do to lessen the vulnerability to...