1. Discuss terrorist objectives and their
relationship to victims and audiences.
There are 5 common terrorist objectives. One is to change the existing order.
Ethnonationalist terrorists seek to win recognition of their human rights, or a
degree of nation
Religious terrorism can consist of unconstrained scale of terrorist violence,
indiscriminate use of violence, narrow, insular, and isolated constituency, and
true believers wanting to completely reconfigure the social order. Religion is at
the very core o
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Terror from Above: Terrorism by the State
Internationally, the state defines its interests in a number of ways, usually within the context of
political, economic, or ideological considerations.
When promoting or defending these i
Terrorism is the systematic use of terror especially as a means of
coercion. In terrorism, the use of violence and treats to intimidate
or coerce, especially for political purposes.
Extremism can be defined as the quality or state of being
extreme and h
Religious, Ideological, and International Terrorism
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Terrorism in the name of religion has become the predominant model for political violence
in the modern world.
Increasing in frequency, scale of violence, and global reach
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What is ISIS, how was it formed, and how did it grow to its current size?
ISIS controls an area the size of the United Kingdom, commits mass atrocities,
and launches terror attacks