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Explain why terrorism is different today.
"In the past, some terrorist organisations were clearly identified and known to us. [ Many of the earlier terrorist groups were often based on secular nationalist movements such as the early Palestinian groups and many of these groups took credit for their attacks. Claiming credit for attacks, such as hijackings of airplanes and hostage takings, enabled these groups to broadcast their political
grievances to a broader audience. Their use of the media (the television) allowed us to see the perpetrators of terror attacks. Today, however, we do not know who the terrorists are, except that they include a myriad of loosely knit groups, cells, and individuals inspired by the al-Qaeda movement but operate independently. ]
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In your own words using the text as reference, list the characteristics of a successful terrorist.
Weegy: September 11, 2001 was not America’s first experience with terrorist violence. [ Bombings in 1886 at Haymarket Square in Chicago during a labor rally, in 1910 at the Los Angeles Times Building during a labor dispute, and in 1963 at Birmingham, Alabama’s 16th Street Baptist Church are only a few earlier examples of indiscriminate violence. here's more info: ] User: list the characteristics of a successful terrorist. Weegy: • To publicize grievances and build support through the “propaganda of the deed”; • To destabilize governments and divide the population; and • To provoke authorities to overreact and generate international sympathy for the perpetrators’ cause. User: What is the recruitment and membership requirement for a successful terrorist? (More)
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Weegy: Some countries, some societies, and some religions still have the barbaric roots that most humans came from. World war I and II convinced the western world that two opposing countries killing civilians is bad for both. [ The countries that sponsor terrorism - prime examples being Pakistan and Iran - don't see it this way. They use the Geneva convention as shields against them being attacked while they attack and kill civilians of their opponents for political gain. The sad thing is that we in the west are not ready to treat them symmetrically. ] (More)
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