Involve violent acts or acts dangerous to human life that violate federal or state law; Appear to be intended i to intimidate or coerce a civilian population; ii to influence the policy of a government by intimidation or coercion; or iii to affect the conduct of a government by mass destruction, assassination, or kidnapping; and Occur primarily outside the territorial jurisdiction of the U.
White supremacist Demetrius van Crocker was arrested in after trying to purchase sarin nerve gas and C-4 explosive from an undercover government agent. Another white supremacist, James Cummings, managed to acquire a supply of radiological materials from scientific research companies and may have been planning to build a "dirty" radiological bomb when his wife killed him after years of domestic abuse in In conclusion, the U.
There is still the opportunity for positive defensive measures. Both deserve unwavering expressions of revulsion and resounding condemnation and protest. Most of us do not. The data indicate that federal and local authorities are just as aggressive in their use of informants and undercover agents with right- and left-wing terrorists as they are with Muslims extremists.
They were arrested in March This section needs attention from an expert in Law. The two most recent attacks, compounded with the New American Foundation study and others with similar findings, highlight the need for a domestic security apparatus that is more comprehensive and agile — in short, an enterprise approach to domestic counterterrorism.
Indeed, the record of the past decade suggests that if a chemical, biological or radiological attack were to take place in the United States, it is more likely that it would come not from a Islamist terrorist but from a right-wing extremist or anarchist.
But he also flavors the unspeakable horrors with poetic reflections and romantic nuances of time, place and people, as in the description of the Jewish mistress of a very prominent Palestinian resident of Jerusalem who was detained for questioning.
Of course, this is all loosely based on Integral Institute, but only loosely. In fact the CIA is a terrorist organization, not unlike its counterparts in almost all countries. Her books include "The Clash Within: Thus we must not let the larger perspective be carried away on the flood of sympathy.
Yet there are some common factors that can be detected behind the many changing faces of terrorism. The two most recent attacks, compounded with the New American Foundation study and others with similar findings, highlight the need for a domestic security apparatus that is more comprehensive and agile — in short, an enterprise approach to domestic counterterrorism.
You cannot fight what you consider injustice by acts that are themselves extreme violations of justice. For example, carrying out a strategic bombing on an enemy city, which is designed to affect civilian support for a cause, would not be considered terrorism if it were authorized by a government.We cannot minimize the horror of the recent acts of terrorism in the U.S.
The individual loss of a loved one multiplied 5, times over adds up to an arithmetic of terrible sorrow. Do you remember Qibya?
Most of us do not. During the night of Oct. 14, Israeli paratroopers descended on the village of Qibya, at that time in Jordanian-held Samaria, and blew up 45 houses, including the village school-house. This article sets the stage for the special issue by describing the many faces of counterterrorism policy.
The article highlights some key concepts – e.g., domestic and transnational terrorism. Terrorism has many faces; searching in dark alleys for a single face has tragic consequences. The events in Charleston, South Carolina, meanwhile highlighted another face of the terrorist threat; no one ideology has a monopoly on extremism or hate.
The Many Faces of Radicalization "Radicalization" has long been treated as the sole preserve of Islamists, even as far-right extremists have eclipsed them.
Many post-9/11 counterterrorism policies portrayed Muslim communities as breeding grounds of terrorism and contributed to.
The Many Faces of Terrorism is a nonfiction novel (actually, a trilogy of novels), a follow-up to Boomeritis. It is set three years after Boomeritis, and involves the continuing exploits of the staff of Integral Center, in Cambridge, Mass.Download