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    Suicide Bombers What makes a suicide bomber? Is it religions upbringing with promises of paradise in reward for acts of martyrdom? Is it the parental support he or she receives for his convictions? Is it society with no means of fighting back against oppression and humiliation? (http://www.israelinsider.com/channels/security/articles/sec0049.htm). In this paper I will discuss the characteristics of a suicide bomber, their mission, as well as discuss suicide attacks. Suicide Bombers Suicide

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    Female Suicide Bombers

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    Female Suicide Bombers Suicide bombers have become today’s weapon of choice. Middle Eastern terrorists are using suicide bombers because they are low cost, low technology, and a low risk weapon. Suicide bombers have also become readily available, requiring little training, leaving no trace behind, and strike fear into the general population. The success of suicide bombers depends upon an element of surprise, as well as acceptability to targeted area or populations. Both of these required fundamentals

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    Suicide bombers are usually no different than an average everyday person. When someone thinks of a suicide bomber they may think of a terrorist, someone who is suicidal, or someone who has some something wrong with them. Most people who become suicide bombers have been known to have nothing mentally wrong with them. Suicide bombers are no different than anyone else; anybody could become one. Mental illnesses are usually not the reason for someone to become a suicide bomber. They are no less normal

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    This article provides a deep insight into the growing phenomenon of female suicide bombers over the past twenty-five years. Such women have been used by both secular and the religious militant organizations. At the beginning, religious organizations were against the idea of using females in suicide bombing. However, after seeing some of the successes scored by secular organizations which were using female suicide bombers, religious organizations also started adopting this tactic. The primary focus

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    Young men, women, and even children have taken their own lives enacting this fatalistic practice. Suicide bombers truly define the meaning of the word terror. This phenomenon is far from new to the world, in World War 2; Japanese pilots called kamikazes voluntarily committed suicide by slamming their planes into American war ships in a last-minute effort to avoid losing the war. Similarly, suicide attackers strap their bodies with explosives and explode their selves in crowds, hotels, marketplaces

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    Robert Fisks’ article “The cult of the suicide bomber” , published in 2008, addresses the rise and a cult like glorification of suicide bombers in the Middle East. Fisk posits that this increase is, in part, due to the US and their coalition forces declaration of a ‘war on terror’. Fisk offers a unique perspective on the life of a man, Khaled, conditioned to be a suicide bomber. The article touches on the social influences, culture and family, that encourages self-liquidation as an extreme method

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    due to suicide bombing, but not too many people know why they do it. Also, no one really wonders about the past and how suicide bombing started. Someone did not just wake up, and decide to strap bombs to themselves, then detonate them inside a building full of people. This essay will discuss the history of suicide bombing, the training of a bomber, the personality of a suicide bomber, the different motivations behind his or her action, and the way culture impacts the bombing and the bomber. In order

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    What Motivates Suicide Bombers?

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    a terrorist also, known as the suicide bomber. People never know when a tragedy such as a bombing could happen, some examples could be: Boston Marathon, Poe Elementary School bombing, and in 2005 The University of Oklahoma bombing. Just think a bombing could occur at any day time or hour. To start off the role of a suicide bomber from their views is to, go on a mission and kill their target as well as killing their selves. The biggest motivation for a suicide bomber is the despair and hopelessness

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    Views Towards the Suicide Bombers Are suicide bombers psychological disturbed or brainwashed by external forces After the attacks on New York and the pentagon on September 11th and the Madrid and London bombings on April 23rd and July 7th respectively many people blamed deluded terrorists for the attacks. The term terrorist is a correct coin of phrase for the bombers but deluded does not always fit. As we all know Osama Bin Laden and Khalid sheiksh Mohammed are widely believed to be

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    unsure as to what exactly motivates a suicide bomber to embrace jihad. Citing a specific example in his book, The Forever War, Filkins poses the question, “The most intriguing part of Ra’ad’s story was unknowable. How did an English-speaking, American-loving, hair-gel-wearing lawyer who’d walked among the bikinis of Santa Monica come to blow himself up in Iraq?” (177). While this particular quandary may appear unknowable to Filkins, the motivation behind suicide bombers’ actions may be more obvious than

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