Within many nations, military forces are put in place to prevent threats, but with the strong beliefs in one’s religion, thrive of showing power, taking over a nation, and seeking to destroy people would be some of the reasons that would cause motivation to terrorists and assassins. This then places fear and psychological disorders with a society. Terrorism consists of what and who of terror involves itself. Terrorism is since of evil, horror and violent acts. It is the killing of mass numbers of people for illogical reasons and beliefs." Terrorism has been used since the beginning of recorded history it can has been hard to define truly the reasons of why. The use of terrorism is unpredictable violence that is used against individuals or the government to attain a political power. Terrorism has been described as both a strategy and tactic. Many opinions depend on those points of view that can be represented often as a threat against the population or to achieve political gain. These tactics are to intimidate opponents and or to publicize grievances. Many of the tactics that are used are hijackings, bombing assassinations and random killings are acts of terrorisms the can be recorded and sent out to the media for the world to see. The fear that terrorists install among their victims would be defined as a fear that captures the soul and places long term effects. There are so many major factors that play in the role of terrorism. Terrorist groups are used to coerce or intimidate societies for ideological goals, religion and political gain. The founder of Islam, Muhammad is stated that many followers are believed the teaching and follow through with the beliefs that were given. During the last years of Muhammad live so many followed and still continue to carry the plans of what is right to get to heaven. The belief that the revelations came from Muhammad come from the book known as the Koran (Quran). This book is the commands as to beliefs, prayer, conduct and matter of law for Muslims. Some Muslims, who base their beliefs in and around the Koran, believe that the receiving rewards in heaven for those who kill an enemy of Allah (God). Terrorists motivated by religion have frequently led to acts of violence with higher levels of fatalities than the relatively more targeted incidents of violence perpetrated by many secular (nonreligious) terrorist organizations” Lane, 2008, The policy that has been given to terrorists to create a sense of insecurity, harassment, and uproar among the community has been simply to kill, or massacre a large number of human populations being assassins and terrorists main objective. These tactics are to achieve aim and give the power of feeling that the concerned rulers show resistance to their demands. Assassins and terrorist of the Middle East or any country, counter their conflicts to provided sufficient the latest technical means to operate lethal devices to overthrown a small towns to arrange of huge populations. Terrorists’ organizations observe and operate in a limited scope of activity. In which the main tools to operate would be in bombings manual, armed attacks killings, suicidal, armed, kidnappings, seize hostages incidents and high jacking. In the years before the attacks, bombing or seizing embassies was a common practice of the terrorists, due to strict security measures terrorists use various tactics for their targets of which are unlimited in the event to change their method of attack, and strategic plans for the next. Attacking at anytime, anywhere or anything they are dictated. In the plot of their chosen targets airline , subways, railways, buses, power lines, gas lines, embassies and diplomats, mosques, school, restaurants, hotels , missionaries, journalists, women and children are all targets in a the main line of fire.
In the tragic events of 9/11, Europe and the United States of America in particular have since become terrified and frightened by the...
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