Terrorism: Terrorism And Terrorism

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Terrorism Terrorism is when violence is used to further a political goal at the expense of the general population. It can have roots in religious, social, or political conflicts. With most terrorists being muslims, people have began to think that Islam is a violent religion; however, that is completely wrong because muslims believe in peace. Just because a certain group of muslims believe in violence, does not mean the rest of them do. Muslims coming out to talk about the topic, before people begin to lose respect for Islam. Throughout the past forty years to be specific, terrorist attacks have been happening in numbers that keep rising exponentially. Without a doubt, almost everyone in the United…show more content…
Osama was the leader and his men--well… they did all of the attacks. His men were fearless and would do anything. They would even strap a bomb to themselves and blow it up killing him, and all the people around him; they became known as suicide bombers. On September 11, 2001, a few of Osama’s men hijacked four planes and attempted to fly them straight into the world trade center, also known as the twin towers. One massive Boeing 767 was able to hit one of the towers. Another plane hit the other tower, and the other two planes missed and flw into the pentagon. There were a total of 2,996 recorded deaths, and over 6,000 injured. The horrible event is known as…show more content…
In January 2017, Americans rated terrorism as the top priority for the Trump administration and Congress, putting it ahead of the economy, jobs, education, and health care costs. The resolution is hidden so well that most say we will never find it, and that terrorism will never end. Others say that putting a stop to worldwide terrorism will be comparatively the most challenging conflict the world has ever seen. One reason why terrorism will be so challenging to stop, is because of how rare it is. There have been fewer than 25 terrorist attacks in some recent years; however, there have been about 13,000 homicides, 360,000 robberies, and roughly 100 times more deaths from traffic accidents than terrorist attacks in recent years. This is why terrorism is not the most concerning current day

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