One of the largest concerns of the modern world has become the war on terrorism and the prevention of terroristic attacks. With the recent growth of the number of attacks committed by the terrorists and the number of their victims, this issue has become one of the central problems in the globalized world. The issue has been widely discussed after the attack of 9/11 in the USA. Referring to this destructive event, it has contributed to the establishment of the United States as the main adversary of the terrorism all over the world. However, in a world that is more and more subjected to the influence of globalization, there was a large shift.
Terrorism is commonly defined as violent acts intended to create fear, perpetrated for an economic, religious, political, or ideological goal, and which deliberately target or disregard the safety of non-combatants (Townshend 15). In any rate, a number of V 's “terrorist acts” are literally revenge executions of the foretasted people. These revenge executions are unquestionably provoked by V 's outrage and acrimony. However, is there any righteous convention leading V 's vendetta? The answer to this question can be found in the emotions themselves.
Since both of these phenomena have a complex influence on the culture, economy, and religion. In this case, the development of technology that enables the globalization of terrorism. Terrorism is a serious threat and also a regional permasalahn which immediately turned into a global problem. At first, it is based solely on the issue of an identity as stated by Samuel Huntington in his book The Clash of Civilization and the remaking of World Order, in his book he states that "in the years after the cold war was a witness for commencement of the changes regarding the identities and symbols
Technology associated with globalization has enabled terrorist groups to conduct operations that are more lethal, dispersed, and challenging to combat than previously discovered. Terrorism leads to instability in an international system and causes fear to spread throughout these areas. Terrorist attacks are intended to apply sufficient pressures to a government so that it grants political concessions, but it results in economic losses and destroys relationships among nations in the international structure. Although the motives of terrorists may differ, their actions follow a standard pattern with terrorist incidents assuming a variety of forms: airplane hijackings, kidnappings, assassinations, threats, bombings, and suicide attacks. Terrorism severely damages state substructure like transportation networks or financial institutions, and weakens assurance in the state 's ability to defend its citizens.
They believe Jihad (holy war or struggle) is something which does not allow young girls to educate, murder of innocent men and women. Terrorizing the world is apparently Jihad. Though they may misinterpreted the actual meaning of Jihad from the Qur’an but at the end they still are doing such horrifying events in the name of their
Terrorism in whatever case is wrong. It is the killing of innocent people by the non-state militants. There is a handful of amount of people who think that there is a concept of good terrorism as well. This comes from the people of the mentality that these terrorists just want to be heard so they try to gain attention. But this thing, again in no sane way justifies the act of killing people just ‘to be heard’.
Solutions of terrorism mostly discussed in media or reactions directly after a terror threat is often a drastic and offensive act related to counter-terrorism. They all have something in common, which is that they are mostly short-term solution the problem of terrorism It’s something that maybe will not stop terrorism all together, but to give a response and hope to prevent some attacks. While they are short-term from the start, they can be long-term as well in the sense that you remove a certain part of a group, like bombing a certain cell. An important distinction to make is between counter-terrorism and anti-terrorism. The action taken in a more offensive matter are often counter-terrorism, while defensive actions such as homeland security,
Introduction: Terrorism is a phenomenon unfortunately becoming a regular occurrence in multiple countries globally and has a direct impact on society as a whole. It impacts the whole world in multiple ways. These impacts can leave long term effects on some countries inhabited or under the control of terrorists. If not controlled, terrorism can also negatively impact the global severely economy. Throughout this paper I will explore the effect of terrorism globally.
To some extent terrorism can be related as, “Use of unofficial Authority for personal gains pursuit towards terrorism”. It also Involve violent activities which are menacing to human life and violate federal or state laws. The term terrorism can also be defined as: ”The Systematic use of terror especially as a mean of coercion”. Acts committed with the aim of seriously intimidating a population or forcing a government or international organization or any other department to abstain from performing any personal act, or destroying the basic of political, laws of a country, or economic or social structures of country or organization at international level. Islam Advocates freedom, peace, justice equality, brotherhood and mutual disagreement and admonishes aggression.
When aiming to comprehend terrorism on the local level, acts of terrorism are more individualist acts that harm a small group of people for a political cause. This type of “harm” could be in a physical, mental, emotional, economics or self-motivated way. On the global level though, terrorism is aimed at harming international communities for political means, religious means and even revenge against an oppressed group. Like Sinai says, defining terrorism is an ambiguous task. He goes on to state that by giving terrorism a label, governmental groups as well as society may just be over-simplifying the act of