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  • Essay On Rapoport's Wave Theory

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    bring would be a short synopsis on the Fourth Wave of terrorism accounting the analysis of David C. Rapoport. Secondly, I will answer on how Al-Qaeda has spread out in so many worldwide countries; analyse the network created by Osama bin Laden that has lead to countless deaths of innocent civilians targeted by this terrorist organisation. Rapoport’s Wave Theory According to David Rapoport’s analysis on terrorism there are four main waves of terrorism. He suggests that each wave belongs to a certain period

  • Essay On Holiday Abroad

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    Trends Increased frequency of holidays A main holiday that tourists would take would be abroad any others would be domestic holidays where they would be visiting friends or family (VFR). Nowadays abroad holidays have become more popular and cheaper and they are easier to book by going online, as a result more people will go on holiday abroad. When The holidays with pay act 1938 was introduced they encourages the two-week holiday. Domestic holidays have also become popular because some people

  • Government Facilities Sector Analysis

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    organization known as Al-Qaeda, an Islamic extremist group led by the Saudi-born millionaire Osama bin Laden. The actions of this terrorist organization led the President of the United States at that time, George W. Bush to declare a "global war on terrorism” (Funk & Wagnalls, 2017). The Department of Homeland Security was established as a counterterrorism measure. DHS was

  • Impact Of Boko Haram In Nigeria

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    they have indulged in aggressive measures such as killing of innocent citizens and suicide bombing of UN building in Abuja in 2011.For this reason, unemployment, poverty and inequality are all one of the socio-economic conditions behind Boko Haram terrorism in Northern Nigeria. With regard to Northern Nigeria, one of the main

  • National Security In Pakistan

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    Now, Pakistan is facing various kinds of threats; both traditional and non-traditional such as extremism, sectarian violence, separatist movements, political and economic instability, terrorism, and feudalism are the traditional internal threats linked with external factors. These activities are going on in different parts of the country. Black Water, CIA, Raw, NDS, KGB and many other security agencies of different countries are trying

  • Sectarian Violence In Pakistan Essay

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    in Pakistan is supported by Iran. Thus, gave birth to sectarian strife in Pakistan especially between Sunni and Shia. (Afzal, Iqbal, & Inayat, 2012) Due to sectarian violence many innocent people are losing their lives. According to south Asia terrorism portal 2009 report, total of 642 sectarian violence incidents occurred in 2002-2008 in which 1518 people were killed and 2817 people injured. The worst situation is in Balochistan where Shia Hazara community is mostly attacked by Sunni militant

  • Intelligence Commanders Group Case Study

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    The LAPD created the Counter Terrorism and Criminal Intelligence Bureau in 2003. The Bureau experienced counter terrorism movement with the Hezbollah funding case, the Black Rider case, the Jam’yyat Al Islam Al Saheen (JIS) case, and the Animal Liberation Front case. LAPD Counterterrorism Programs. LAPD practices a convergent approach to counter terrorism utilizing programs such as suspicious activity reports (SAR), Operation Archangel, the National Counter Terrorism

  • Islam In A Bollywood Film: The Attacks Of 26/11

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    conduct of its worldly affairs. The central aspects of Islam’s intellectual heritage selectively repress important figures and disregard Islam’s impeccable history of adherence to the standards of law and justice in affairs of state. But nowadays terrorism propagated by Islamic fanatics, and extremists abiding to Islam are more prevalent. The most effective weapon used by these people is the weapon of Jihadi. The concept of jihad is indeed a Quranic one, but sadly, a false and twisted version of this

  • The Importance Of Collective Identity

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    illustrated as an awareness of the unity of Europe and of the importance to cooperate within Europe. Guittet's explanation of collective identity enables to explore the collective projects of the European Union, such as the establishment of a counter-terrorism strategy in order to combat the common enemy, namely, terrorists. It also clarifies how political cooperations within the European Union establish a sense of unity. Guittet's examination on collective identity in relation to a mutual enemy are appropriate

  • Th Collaboration Case Study

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    defeating transnational terrorism abroad is apparent. Because of Posse Comitatus, the military’s domestic responsibilities remain contentious. To defeat this threat, the Department of Defense (DoD) must contribute by maintaining aggressive direct action on foreign soil, while the United States Northern Command (USNORTHCOM) assists other agencies on domestic soil. In doing so, the USNORTHCOM should consider adding additional organization depth by forming a counter terrorism (CT) functional team within