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  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Hacking

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    INTRODUCTION: Fear arises from inability to deal with physical pain and psychologically it is inability to deal with unknown such as loosing something such as darkness death etc., Living in fear becomes a psychological disease found in people who live under suppression, oppression and ignorance. Fear alters the natural behavior of a living creature to make him or her violent or attacking. We know that animals, (snakes, dogs etc.,) attack due to their own fear. This type violent attack spreads the

  • Pros And Consequences Of Terrorist Organizations

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    they receive come from numerous sources, both legal and illegal. Additionally, the level of financing to sustain their cause and support operations varies between organizations and individuals. The increasingly globalized nature of the economy and terrorism coupled with the adaptability of terrorist organizations makes funding easier to procure. Utilizing their funds terrorist organizations can access weapons of mass destruction through a variety of means. Targeting weak or failing states that already

  • The Pros And Cons Of Counterterrorism

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    the rule of law, and its people. He emphasises that these objectives outweigh the need of eradicating terrorism and political violence besides, it also can weaken democratic ideal. “Any bloody tyrant can solve the problem of political violence if he is prepared to sacrifice all considerations of humanity, and to trample down all constitutional and judicial rights.” In countering terrorism, there are two recognised methods namely, the war and criminal justice models. The war model recommends

  • Rational And Irrational Fears Combine In Terrorism's Wake

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    Terrorism leaves behind the impact of fear in many people that it touches. Fear spreads like a disease, effecting people all over the world. In the article “Rational and Irrational Fears Combine in Terrorism’s Wake”, author Erica Goode quotes Dr. Gilbert. Dr. Gilbert predicted that six months after the September 11th terrorist attacks the feeling of fear that “New Yorkers”, as well as the rest of Americans feel would become pretty normal. I do not think that this statement is correct, because

  • Talal Asad On Suicide Bombing Analysis

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    escalated their reactionary statements condemning the events first as “acts of terror” and later as “acts of war”, they unknowingly catapulted the American consciousness into a strange obsession with “suicide terrorism”. Aside from ethical concerns, new questions arose such as what is religious terrorism? How exactly do Christian and Islamic ideals become implicated in killing, dying, and war itself? To help address these concerns, Talal Asad’s On Suicide Bombing is a collection of lectures he presented

  • Discrimination Against Islamophobia

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    Islamic terrorism, the overly highlighted headline of every newspaper article. It usually corrodes the meaning of Islam and spreads a fear of Muslims in communities, increasing Islamophobia. First and for most, Islam is the religion of peace and Muslim belief is based on tranquillity. Terrorism is not peaceful and framing Islam is just history repeating itself, remember the Ku Klux Klan (KKK), didn’t they misrepresent Christianity? Nevertheless, whether terrorism has a religion or not is definitely

  • Causes Of Boko Haram In Africa

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    Haram increasing presences, the issue is constantly growing daily and people’s lives remain under threat. One argument suggests that any attempt to successfully label Boko Haram as a terrorist group may be difficult to achieve, given that terrorism is “intended to be a matter of perception and is thus seen differently by different observers”(Cronin, 2004, p.40). More importantly, a group becomes a terrorist organization particularly when the state or even the international communities brand

  • Importance Of Government Essay

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    and population patterns, through unanticipated crises and to protect the national borders. Many countries in the world today, faces security threats from international terrorism, foreign subversion and espionage. For instance, the government has the power to check private communications between individuals as part of anti terrorism measures. It even has the right to detain without trial so that suspected terrorists do not have any opportunity to inflict substantial harm. For example, Internal Security

  • Essay On Security Culture

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    Security culture is a broad realm that encompasses everything from nuclear security to personal security. Security culture can be defined as characteristics and attitudes in organizations and individuals, in which issues of security receive attention based on their significance. An important aspect of security culture involves security as inherent in individuals’ thoughts and actions, even at every level of an organization (Treijs 7). Taking this definition into account, how has France’s security

  • Cross Border Kidnapping In Malaysia

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    Crime has become a major topic in Malaysia. Formerly one of the safest nations in South East Asia, Malaysia has become one of the most dangerous states in the area. According to the government, there is actually doubled actually doubled from the year 2000 to 2009 of violent crime before declining. In the years 2013, the crime rates rise after the repeal of tough security laws which made it easier for police to confine people. Besides that, that are also the threat of kidnappings for ransom and violence