Unformatted text preview: 2. Destructive terrorism – more costly in terms of loss of life. No attempt to warn civilians. It is more aggressive, though it still attempts to mobilize support. This tactic requires a fine line between inflicting damage and alienating support. Targeted attacks on a certain segment of the population is an example of destructive terrorism. 3. Suicide terrorism – the most aggressive, in the sense that it only seeks to inflict damage without concern for alienating the potentially sympathetic population. The destruction unleashed, and the tactic of suicide tends to alienate moderate population....
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- Fall '11
- International humanitarian law, Laws of war, Tactic