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A number of groups, owing allegiance to some political ideology or some particular religious beliefs, have chosen the path of violence and terror to achieve their objects. These vested interests are rabid fundamentalists or fanatics having no sanctity for life.
The know no principles or values. They believe in the power of the gun and want to achieve their objects overnight. While some of these groups are fighting for control over some pieces of land, others are fighting for spreading their own ideology or religious philosophies. They choose to defy public opinion and refuse to see reason.
They think that their own view point or stand is the only right view point or stand, and that they have a right to convert other people to their thinking by force. For this avowed purpose they do not hesitate from committing the worst of crimes including murder of innocent citizens, looting or burning property, kidnapping people, hijacking planes and creating terror in one way or the other.
Some of the important terrorist organizations operating in different parts of the world have already been identified. The number of these organizations is so large that it is difficult to list them out. They have their own training systems where they catch hold of young boys and indoctrinate them in subtle ways through guile, treachery, temptations or money.
Some of the Madarsas being run by Muslim fundamentalists are allegedly involved in this type of activities. It would on September 11, that the world woke up to the dangers of this terrible menace.
They hijacked four US planes from some US civilian airports. While one of these planes hit against the US headquarters in Pentagon, another two planed brought down the towering World Trade Centre, killing at least innocent US citizens.
The fourth, luckily, missed the target. It was, the reports say, scheduled to hit the White House, the residence of the US president. In a massive attack, the Talibans were defeated and destroyed and a new government came to control Afghanistan.
Similarly America attacked Iraq as President Saddam himself appeared to be a big terror. Iraq was badly damaged. A group of terrorists trained in Pakistan attacked the Indian Parliament House on December 13, even when the Parliament was in session.
The Indian security personnel killed all the five attackers on the spot but the incident shook whole of the country and the world. The war against terrorists is continuing and the world community has decided to continue to fight till terrorism is fully wiped out from the face of this earth.
The UNO has, in a resolution, called upon various nations to join hands and work as United Alliance to face this threat of terrorism anywhere at any time in the world.
Terrorism has already taken a heavy toll of life and property. The law of the jungle will take us nowhere. We can only pray for good sense of prevail so that the world is able to share and enjoy the blessings bestowed upon mankind by new leaps in the field of science and technology.Mass crimes against humanity prior to For about years, during the late Middle Ages and Renaissance periods, the Roman Catholic and Protestant faith groups were directly or indirectly responsible for the arrest, torture and execution of persons believed to worship Satan or express heretical religious ideas.
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justifications for intervention, examines the brutal conduct of the war, and discusses the . To better understand the psychological experience of interrogation subjects, a recent experiment was designed to simulate a police interrogation and resulted in 81% of the subjects designated as “innocent” waiving their right to silence while only 36% of those designated “guilty” did the same (Kassin, ).This is very similar to the numbers waiving their rights in actual custody.