Margaret gonzalez perez argues that women are more

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studied roles of women in terrorism. Margaret Gonzalez-Perez argues that women are more likely to involve in domestic as opposed to international terrorist organization. She says “Women are more active domestic objectives and against the state government than women in a terrorist organization within an international agenda that targets globalization, imperialism or foreign influence (Margaret. G, 2008) .” The women in the terrorist organization like Alkaida and Al-sha-baaabs are trained on how to use arms and ammunition, execute the terrorist attack and build up bombs. Most of the women always involve suicidal bombing. Women also develop strategies and ideologies to fuel up the functioning of an organization. Female warriors fight equally as their male counterparts. The suicide bombing has globalized on the recent days. Between the years of 2005-2010, over 50 suicidal terrorist attacks were reported in Iraq, and these were perpetrated by women. These attacks represent the 10% of Alkaida’s attacks. In East Africa, a suicide bombing was conducted in June killing a prominent leader in Somalia. Four suicidal attacks and three suicidal attacks were also commissioned by women in states of Afghanistan and Pakistan respectively. These led to the death of approximately 57 civilians.
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  • Fall '08
  • Staff
  • Women And Terrorism, Women on Terrorism

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