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What is terrorism The Federal Bureau of Investigation says Terrorism is the unlawful use of force or violence against persons or property to intimidate or coerce a government civilian population or any segment thereof in furtherance of political or social objectives Brian Jenkins a Terrorism Research Center consultant thinks Terrorism is the use or threatened use of force designed to bring about political change But what do both of these definitions have in common They both discuss force and violence No crime is accepted or nice people do not permit threatening acts nor do they look upon them as celebrated events People around the world typical daily civilians hate and discourage these hate crimes Terrorism as Walter Laqueur defines constitutes the illegitimate use of force to achieve a political objective when innocent people are targeted Illegitimate force could be described for rape braking and entering assault and battery and terrorism What is the key ingredient for this force Innocence Innocent people are effected targeted by terrorist by rapist and thefts America could be considered innocent because the entire terrorist world sets their sites on the United States These assassins premeditated murderers threaten innocent victims in hope to influence a particular audienceDefinitions There are numerous ways that this reign of terror can effect the world It could possibly start wars feuds and even partnerships or allies America and the rest of the world fear both domestic and international terrorist because of their unique and specialized weaponry There are two divisions to classify terrorism domestic and international How to categorize each It is self explanatory domestic obviously means people acting against the United States International are foreign born acts against the United States First lets discuss domestic terrorism within the United StatesBackgrounder As we take a look at terrorism we will view from an American point of view Historically terrorism has been around since the organization of united countries Not until lately has the term
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