• Isurgency
    against a government to achieve religious, ethnic and political interests. Difference between Insurgency and Terrorism Insurgency means armed revolt or insurrection aimed at overthrowing or subverting the government regime in power any duly constituted regime, counting elected or non-elected...
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  • Terrorism
    fear (terror), are perpetrated for a religious, political or ideological goal, deliberately target or disregard the safety of non-combatants (civilians), and are committed by non-government agencies. Some definitions also include acts of unlawful violence and war. The use of similar tactics by...
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  • Terrorism
    terrorism. Terrorists seek to change some facet of society, from freedom of religious expression to physical and political control over a region. Differences between societies, however, may result in shifting definitions of terrorism and dramatic differences in characterizations of groups or individuals...
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  • Your Terrorist or Mine
    in his paper for the Australian Parliament that, “The international community has never succeeded in developing an accepted comprehensive definition of terrorism. During the 1970s and 1980s, the United Nations attempted to define the term, but failed mainly due to differences of opinion between...
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  • International Terrorism
    as sympathetic propaganda to mask the politically motivated terrorism it really is. The use of terrorism by Israel and Palestine is falsely ascribed a rational religious context. When examined closely, the use of terrorism can only be defended rationally through a political context, finding that a...
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  • Criminal Technology
    difference between the two religious groups. One of the most difficult tasks facing intellectuals today is to reconcile an attitude of tolerance toward religion in general, and Islam in particular, with a moral condemnation of terrorism, and with an overall intellectual responsibility for challenging...
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  • Terrorism and Religion
    arguments of the term and subjects them to an analytical assessment. It argues that the distinctions typically drawn betweenreligious’ and ‘secular’ terrorism are problematic, both conceptually and empirically, and that the term is misleading in its typical assumptions about the motives, causes and...
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  • Terrorism
    Terrorism There is no universally agreed, legally binding, criminal law definition of terrorism.Common definitions of terrorism refer only to those violent acts which are intended to create fear (terror), are perpetrated for a religious, political or ideological goal, deliberately target or...
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  • Terr
    orismThere is no universally agreed, legally binding, criminal law definition of terrorism.[1][2] Common definitions of terrorism refer only to those violent acts which are intended to create fear (terror), are perpetrated for a religious, political or ideological goal, deliberately target or...
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  • Is There a Difference Between Terrorism and Fanaticism?
    God in whose name they are fighting. Nowadays being religious no longer means maintaining a relationship with God but using religion as a weapon against humanity. Taking everything into account, it appears that there is no difference between fanaticism and terrorism whatsoever. Both terms, although share number of similarities, unfortunately denote negative phenomena with which a modern man has to struggle....
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  • Criminology and Terrorism
    intimidate governments or societies in the pursuit of goals that are generally political, religious, or ideological.” Within this definition, there are three key elements—violence, fear, and intimidation—and each element produce terror in its victims. The FBI uses this: "Terrorism is the unlawful use of...
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  • Samuel P. Huntington's Clash of Civilizations
    ” (Huntington 1993, 22). Political and economical cultural differences are crucial to understanding and maintaining a stable country. Huntington hypothesizes future conflicts will derive from cultural and religious divides and claims Nation States will be the most important actors. He further claims...
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  • Incorporating Modifications to the Canadian Anti-Terrorism Act
    disrupting an essential service, facility or system” (“Highlights of Anti-Terrorism Act”, par. 9) and “requires proof that terrorist crimes were committed for religious or political motives” (Roach, par. 1), which is known as the motive requirement in legal requisites. The motive requirement poses...
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  • Terrorism
    some. The people who do these horrible acts are called terrorists. The United Nations tries to define the term but due to differences of opinion between them makes it a various word. Terrorism is a controversial term that more clearly needs to be defined into a single definition that is more notable...
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  • Terrorism: International, Domestic, Cyber
    understanding of all types, and the differences between them. Terrorism 3 Terrorism: Domestic, International, and Cyber Terrorism is defined as any action taken to cause fear in order to achieve a social, religious, or political goal. There are different types of terrorism, primarily domestic...
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  • Iran: Politics and Religion
    ", is at risk. There are some similarities to the current Iranian political and religious struggles to that of the United States own history. In the earliest of beginnings in American history the struggle of power between church and state is documented, but there are also some crucial differences...
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  • Terrorism
    than the deaths of civilians.[citation needed] This is often where the inter-relationship between terrorism and religion occurs. When a political struggle is integrated into the framework of a religious or "cosmic"[32] struggle, such as over the control of an ancestral homeland or holy site such as...
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  • Zainab Batool
    terrorist acts carried out by governments in pursuit of political objectives, often as part of their foreign policy. Religious terrorism Religious terrorism is terrorism performed by groups or individuals, the motivation of which is typically rooted in faith-based tenets. Terrorist acts throughout the...
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  • Which Terror Is Greater: Secular or Religious?
    religious terror. Which Terror Is Greater: Secular or Religious? There is much perplexity about where to draw the line between secular and religious terror. Secular terror is distinct from religious terror in many ways. Religious terror is done in the name of a “God”, whereas, secular terrorism is...
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  • Study
    everyone: infidels and faithful alike. This heralds the reality of sacred apocalyptic terrorism.55 Clash of Civilizations Proposed by Samuel Huntington (1996),56 the Clash of Civilizations posits that cultural and religious differences between civilizations worldwide have become the primary...
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