New people have been inspired by these attacks and attempted to kill for fun, some have succeeded in their attempts. However, terrorism has... ... middle of paper ... ...m American authorities because he knew he would be executed for the attack in the US. Not only did the terrorist strategies change after the attacks of Osama bin Laden, but also the ways of trade between Arab and Muslim countries with the oil, but also the economy and society, policies, laws, security, safety, and every little aspect of our daily life's. In conclusion, the most significant historical elements of terrorism has been established by the attacks of al-Qaeda. The most significant one being the Osama bin Laden plan on destroying the twin towers in September 11 of the year 2001.
The main emphasis was to “wage war on terror”, a slogan George Bush Jr. incorporated in his quest to eliminate terrorism all across the world. Bush began his pursuit by declaring war with Afghanistan in a mission to kill Osama Ben-Ladien, the leader of Al-Qaeda, and those that were affiliated with Al-Qaeda insurgents. Many years later Bush decides to draw attention to Iraq. Disseminating The original focus on Iraq was in direct connection to its involvement in ... ... middle of paper ... ... the initial phase of the war. These factors that justified war in Iraq was the refusal to corporate with UN inspectors, and the harsh punishments that the Iraqi government imposed on its citizens.
For example, in the United States, there were consecutive bombings and suicide attacks during a short period of time. Considering that this causes paranoia, other countries began to create new laws and restrictions in order to protect its people, even though the attacks weren’t necessarily focused towards that specific region. As an immediate response to the terrorism, the United States government changed in many ways, from restricting the citizens’ rights, to ending certain public activities, up to restricting entrance into certain buildings. The government even began to limit the media. Similarly to the United States, on September 22nd, the Russian parliament was debating on which possible new restrictions and laws can be enforced in order to “guarantee” better national security.
It was September 11th, 2001 when the world became a witness of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon by the terrorist cell Al-Qaida. Since these attacks, the world order has changed radical. Permanent fear and anxiety, hate against the terrorist, incomprehension and sadness are just some of the many emotions that began to grow inside the people since these attacks. Most of these sentiments are dominating the daily lives of all of us. 13 years after the attacks on the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and in Pennsylvania as well as the attacks in London in Madrid, terrorism is still one of the most contemporary issues, very much due to the fact that other terrorist attacks has followed since.
On the global scale, Hezbollah has been on international watch for many years now, arguably rivalling al-Qaida on sheer terrorist attacks. In drawing the many comparisons and variations, I choose to analyze the workings of each terrorist group individually so as to achieve an exhaustive outlook. Ku Klux Klan Origin The Ku Klux Klan is an ominous group to many American citizens especially African Americans. Informally dubbed the Klan, this terrorist group is amongst the oldest in USA history. The Klan has its original roots in Pulaski, Tennessee.
Terrorism is the use of violence for political, and or religious reasons. It is an affair that goes above and beyond to destruct peace and security. But what do we really know about the history of terrorist attacks, and the people who commit such crimes. The aftermath of the terrorist attacks that occurred on September 11, 2001 left our country shaken, and heartbroken, mourning the loss of loved ones. After 9/11, the people of the United States began to look at other countries’ and even our own citizens as our enemies.
From the 1980's to present, the United States has dealt with the wrath of terrorism. From hijacked aircraft, to bombing of sovereign US buildings, terrorists have tried to get their message across to their "enemies" by wreaking havoc. One must look at why the United States is perceived as the "bad guy" and what motives the terrorists have for destroying it, and its allies. In October and April of 1983, Americans were greeted by what would be a start of numerous terrorist acts against the United States. In Beirut, a car bomb exploded in front of the U.S. embassy killing seventeen Americans.
People all over the world, especially the Americans, might never forget the horrific event on November 9th, 2001 which has been one of the biggest attacks of terrorists to the United States and caused extensive deaths and destruction. Before that, although the Americans had to suffer from lots of terrorism attacks; why the government still could not figure it out from the previous experiences before it happened and find the solutions to prevent it? What the terrorists aimed to? How they prepared and calculated for a terrible attack like that? Also, after the 9/11 attack, the evolution and development of terrorism in the world has influenced to the belief of many people, and lead to many political problems.
Terrorism has been around for as long as people can remember, but for the past ten years there's been a dramatic rise in activity. Terrorists use murder, kidnapping, hijacking, and bombings to pursue a political agenda. (Encarta, Par 1) These criminals are not just subject to the United States, terrorism happens all over the world, in every way, shape and form. There are many types of terrorism and terrorists with many different purposes. (Mockaitis par, 1) The primary reason for terrorist actions is to force a change in their nation's government.
2008). Everyone on earth has been directly affected by terrorism as seen by increased security at airports, at national seaports, and at border patrol and customs centers. Every American is affected indirectly by increased taxes to pay for better homeland security and increased government preparedness. Northern Ireland and the Middle East have been living with terrorism for decades. Terrorism has left its mark on many European and Central and South American countries.