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    Terrorist Groups

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    Terrorist attacks have been a growing problem for a long time. There have been 2,608 terrorist attacks in the world, 226 of them have been in the United States. Terrorist groups all over the world and we are finding ways to track them. We are also finding ways to get rid of them. There are many terrorist groups and we need to find terrorist websites, track them down, and find out how to prevent attacks. There are several terrorist websites on the internet. They use these websites to recruit people

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    Islamic Terrorist Groups: Boko Haram

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    of the Islamic terrorist sect known as Boko Haram. Activity from Boko Haram has been increasing in recent years, generating fear among Nigerians. The successes of Boko Haram’s attacks combined with the Nigerian government’s inability to effectively control the group create the potential for Boko Haram to cause significant dilemmas in Nigeria and Africa. The exact year of Boko Haram’s origin have been debated. Onuoha notes that the group’s original beginnings come from a 1995 group led by Abubakah

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    Terrorist group and impact Introduction HAMAS (Harakat al-Muqawamah al-Islamiyya) is the Arabic word for Zeal and also known as Islamic Resistance Movement. It is a notorious terrorist organization in the Middle East and George Bush stated that “Hamas is one of the deadliest terror organizations in the world today” (Jensen, p.1, 2009). Origins and sources Hamas was formed in 1987 as the Muslim brotherhood (Ikhwan al-Muslimin) in Palestinian by late Ahmad Yassin, Abdel Aziz al-Rantissi and

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    Taliban Terrorist Group

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    and Terrorism Taliban Terrorist Group Introduction: The Taliban is a far-right; they are Islamic revolutionary organization that arose in the early 1990’s under headship of Mullah Mohammad Omar. The clear translation of "Taliban" is "students" that a large majority of Taliban supporters are from Afghanistan and Pakistan, most of them have been educated at 'madrasas,' or other Muslim religious schools. Mostly in the 21th century the world realized about Taliban group for the first time in 1994

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    Personality Characteristics Of A Terrorist

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    exercise violence in the pursuit of what they hold to be just causes are alternately known as terrorists. This movement, although viewed as barbaric, requires a person to view the needs and goals of a particular cause to be greater than that of the well being of others. There are certain characteristic traits that can be found in the majority of terrorism, which can identify a profile of a terrorist’s mind. A terrorist is not just an insane person, but also possibly a person that has been forced either by

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    Columbia

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    America’s War on Drugs Chaos best describes the current state of the Republic of Colombia. Rebelling terrorist groups from within the country threaten to topple Colombia’s actual government. Again and again, Colombia has shown its inability to fight the rebelling terrorists and simultaneously protect its civilians from harm. America has several reasons to intervene, with its military force if necessary, in Colombia. America must be protected against drugs and the countless crimes and social problems

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    great coalition, captured, arrest, and rid the world of thousands of terrorists, destroyed Afghanistan’s terrorists training camps, saved a people from starvation, and freed a country from brutal oppression (applause). - President G.W. Bush, State of the Union Address, January 29th 2002 President Bush, in response to the tragic happenings of September 11th, pointed the finger of blame at Osama Bin Laden and the Al Qaeda terrorist network. Now that our retaliatory war effort in Afghanistan has been

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    seeing it for real. More difficult will be watching films in which acts of violence are committed by terrorist groups, especially those of Arab affiliation. The question remains whether or not these types of films will be reduced in the years to come, although it does lead one to question whether that many have already been made. When examined, it does seem that, perhaps, politically motivated terrorists have not been used as villains as extensively as we may think, and filmmakers may already have been

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    practically all groups, regardless of their designations, sometimes decide to carry their belief systems to the extreme. Extremists move into the category of fanatics or radicals who seek to establish their belief systems as the only means for achieving a desired outcome. When people become fanatics, they believe that their ideals are the only acceptable way to live. Some will seek to destroy others who do not believe or act as they do. At that point, extremists become terrorists because they try

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    "International and Domestic Terrorism Organizations and their supporters engage in a myriad of crimes to fund and facilitate terrorist activities. These crimes include extortion, kidnaping, robbery, corruption, alien smuggling, document fraud, arms trafficking, cyber crime, white collar crime, smuggling of contraband, money laundering and certainly drug trafficking." -- Steven C. McCraw, Assistant Director, Office of Intelligence, FBI, May 20, 2003 In 2002, the White House Office of National

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