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Title: Terrorism, Causes and Motives , in “Saudis and Terror"
Authors: Dr.Salwa Alkhateeb
Keywords: Terrorism. History of Terrorism. Types of Terrorism.
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: Ghainaa publication.
Abstract: Terrorism is a universal phenomenon, without a nationality or religion. It has become a major threat to world peace and the stability of all nations. Terrorism is not a new phenomenon. It is estimated that there are 370 terrorist organizations in the world living in 120 countries. I tried to analyze different factors that produce terrorism from a Macro sociological perspective . I found out that there are international and national factors that create this phenomenon such as : The end of the Cold War , Palestine, Afghanistan , Fanaticism, poverty and deprivation, unemployment , lack of democracy, an education. Finally, I can say that Islam is not responsible for terrorism. injustice, deprivation, disrespect to human rights, intolerance , fanaticism , lack of democracy, the use of force against weak countries, interference in internal affairs of other countries, and exercise of violence and suppression to people are responsible for terrorism.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/18201
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