upon. The generalized concept of what they are fighting for, for example right-wing organizations advocate for a specific race or ethnic, religion, or nationality (Taylor & Swanson, 2016). Unlike the left-wing groups that has a broader view not focusing on one group in general but for society in general and for advancing their cause. This on terrorism gives them a sense of purpose and organization. The extremist take these viewpoints and fit their ow agenda into the mold as terrorist organizations have the effect of destruction and loss of life added into the
Introduction to Terrorism: UNIT 1 ESSAY 4 equation, such as pushing their religious and/or ethnic groups and using methods of force as a means of conveying their message.
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