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HOMEGROWN VIOLENT EXTREMISTS 1 Homegrown Violent Extremists Name Institutional Affiliation Professor’s Name Date
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HOMEGROWN VIOLENT EXTREMISTS 2 HOMEGROWN VIOLENT EXTREMISTS Homegrown violent extremists are individuals who live in the United States of America, they have been radicalized and motivated by the foreign terrorists in the United States, and therefore, they have performed shooting and bombing attacks (Gibbs, J. C. 2018) . Homegrown violent extremists are a threat to both the local people and the government of the States. According to the FBI, the valley terror suspects who were born in the United States as the homegrown violence extremists. These people attack the people, killing them or leaving many injured. The Muslim culprits have been identified as the lone wolf terrorist due to their race and religion. The lone wolf terrorist perform mass shooting and attack in an individual capacity. This type of terrorist always perform violence and attacks alone without any command from an organization and does not acquire any armament help from any person. The Federal Bureau of Investigations reports that the lone wolf terrorists have been inspired by the supremacy of other organizations such as the Al’ Qaeda and the radicalization of the Muslims. The bombing action performed by these large organizations motivates them to perform mass killing. The FBI also recognizes these people as American citizens, who have criminal convictions (Klausen et al. 2016). These people have been jailed for quite some time, and through this, they got radicalized in the prisons. Do to the inspiration they get in prisons, and
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