Why was a new international counter-terrorist legal framework established during the
second half of the Twentieth Century?
A legal Framework was needed to respond to rogue-state sponsors of
The United States imposes which of the follow
CJ 405 Super Study Guide: Exam #2
A. History of the term terrorism (P. 163)
1. Comes from the actions of the French revolutionarily government
a) Governments execution of opponents known as Reign of Terror
b) The French Revolution was a radic
Chapter 01 Exam Revision Notes
1. Which of the following terms best describes the period of upheaval following the death of
Louis XVI of France in 1793?
2. Labeling persons as terrorists does NOT preclude them from being categorized as:
3. Violence or thr
Chapter 11 Exam Revision Notes
1. Which of the following groups is aligned with al Qaeda?
- Afghan insurgent group
2. What is the name of the Sunni Islamic terror group, based in
Pakistan that operates in the Kashmir region?
- Harakat-ul-Ansar (HUA)
Chapter 06 Exam Revision Notes
1. The underground Corsican movement Armata Corsa opposed links between which to
2. What is the name of the Danish newspaper organization that published cartoons created by
a Dutch cartoonist?
Chapter 05 Exam Revision Notes
1. British paramilitary force recruited to assist the Royal Irish Constabulary.
2. What term is used in the Northern Ireland Peace Agreement to describe the method of
putting weapons beyond the reach of terrorists?
Chapter 08 Exam Revision
1. What was the country of origin for the convicted and subsequently released bomber of Pan
AM flight over Lockerbie, Scotland, in December 1988?
2. Who was Israels 11th Prime Minister and a former Army General?
3. Provide the nam
Chapter 03 Exam Revision Notes
1. The extrajudicial transfer of a person from one country to another, in particular by the US
government, of suspected terrorists to countries that practice torture is referred to as:
- EXTRAORDINARY RENDITION
2. What is th
Chapter 02 Exam Revision Notes
1. What is the term used to describe a homemade explosive device?
2. Depopulation and forced resettlement and deportation are described as:
- ETHIC CLEANSING
3. The word assassin is derived from:
- HASHISH EATER
Chapter 04 Exam Revision Notes
1. A Sikh terrorist organization sponsored by expatriate Indian Sikhs.
- BABBAR KHALSA INTERNATIONAL
2. What is the term used to describe official Canadian government policy on the social
importance of immigrants and their i
Chapter 10 Exam Revision Notes
1. UDI was declared in this country in 1965:
2. What is the name of the African Nationalist movement that
started in the 1950s?
3. What is the name of the Islamic group in Somalia that seeks to
create and Is
Chapter 07 Exam Revision Notes
1. What is the name of the terror sub-organization within the Russian Social Revolutionary
Party and given autonomy under the party and also called the Fighting Organization?
2. What is the name given to the forced labor cam
Chapter 13 Exam Revision Notes
1. Name the Southeast Mexican State where a peasant uprising led by the Zapatista National
Liberation Army that continues to press for greater autonomy.
2. Who was the Guatemalan Catholic priest and human rights acti
Chapter 12 Exam Revision Notes
What is the name of the Islamist terror group seeking an independent state in the Sulu
Abu Sayyaf Group
2. What is the name of the Indonesian based Sunni Islamic group that seeks to create an
Islamic state en
Chapter 09 Exam Revision Notes
1. What is the name of the Jordanian-born militant who formed al Qaeda in Iraq and was
killed by US forces in 2006?
2. This person had dual US and Yemeni citizenship and was an al Qaeda planner and trainer.
3. What is the na
CJ 405 Super Study Guide: Final Exam
Jihadist Threat to the West and United States
A. New kind of conflict
1. Terrorists will target soft civilian targets (against marines they stand no chance)
2. Police troopers have to be prepared
Mohammed - The Prophet, Muslims believed he received the final prophecy
Ali ibn Talib - Mohammed's young cousin and eventual son in law; shias believe he
should have led the Muslim community
Fatima - Oldest daughter of Mohammed and Khadi
Northern Alliance - Majuahadeen militia responsible for the fall of the Taliban
Afghan Mujahadeen - Holy warriors during and following the Soviet-Afghan War
Fatah - Military wing of the PLO
PFLP - Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, brok
terrorist groups - Al Qaeda, Taliban, Hakani network, Hezbollah and Hamas
Ayman Al Zawahiri - leader of Al Qaeda on 10/25/11, doctor during the Afgan war.
Jalalabad - a town in eastern Afghanistan (east of Kabul) Where Osama Bin Laden was
Political and Religious Leaders
Racep Erdogan - Prime minister of Turkey
Bashir Assad - Current leader of Syria
Haffez Assad - Former Ba'athis leader of Syria, crushed Muslim Brotherhood
Moamar Qadaffi - Former leader of Libya
Anwar Sadat - Leader of Egyp
Terrorist - The indiscriminate use of violence against civilians for political ends.
Guerilla - Non-state actors who organize armed resistance to a state, regime, or
The Sanctuary Doctrine - Terrorists can live freely in France
Terrorism - an act of political violence in order to bring attention to an issue and
change the way the target acts or feels
globalism - terrorists hate the spreading of things on a global standard which is
media - terrorists
Osama bin Laden - Leader of Al Qaeda Central, killed by US Navy SEALS May 2011
Ayman al Zawahiri - Intellectual leader of Al Qaeda, took over AL Qaeda Central after bin
Saif al Adel - Former head of
Near enemy/Far enemy - near- local governments and opponents
far - primarily the US but also europe
Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Penninsula - Yemen and Saudi Arabia. It's considered the most
active of al-Qaeda branches. It emerged due to weakening cent
Al Qaeda Members
Fatwa - a ruling on a point of Islamic law that is given by a recognized authority
Bin Laden fatwa of Feb 1998 - Listed 3 grievances: US occupation of Arabian Peninsula
US agression against Iraqi people
US support for Istrael
rulling to k
terrorism - an act of political violence in order to bring attention to an issue and change
the way the target acts or feels
weak v. strong - an act of terrorism is often committed by the _ group against the
asymmetric warfare -
spread smallpox - direct and fairly prolonged face-to-face contact is required
Smallpox also can be spread - direct contact with infected bodily fluids or contaminated objects
such as bedding or clothing.
vaccinia - The vaccine is made
Terrorism - the use of force or violence against persons or property in violation of the
criminal laws of the United States for purposes of intimidation, coercion or ransom.
High-risk targets include - include military and civilian govern