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The Fight Against TERRORISM

By Virtuous Publications

Law & Order

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This book next in Good Citizen Series talks about terrorism as a global menace. While discussing the contemporary scenario, the past activities are referred and analysed. This includes various interpretations of terrorism and terrorists. Defining terrorism and its cause with examples is one of the main objectives of this book. Many a times in history the term ‘terrorist’ has been used for freedom fighters–who fought for independence and the perspectives of those who called them terrorist. To have a clear conscience on the dimensions of violence, threat, kidnapping, bombing and the motivation behind which these ghastly acts are done is addressed in detail. The gory, pain, trauma, one can suffer being in the midst of terrorist acts are depicted in the margins of each page. The rhetoric of Jihad and its hidden objectives, religious commands and excuses to kill innocents, fanatic activities and its modes, armed struggle for social causes are all deterrent to human society and its growth. It also is a hindrance towards globalisation and universal brotherhood, creating mistrust and separatism. Our affiliation to a community, religion, group, class, or caste may lead us to momentarily support any form of violence in the name of social equality, religious rights or ethnic upliftment or even for constitutional rights. But history has proven that any form of social change initiated with violence cannot be sustained. This book only provokes you to judge the deeds of terrorists with a clear conscience. However, who ever has perpetrated violence in the name of religion, class, community and caste without the thought of universal brotherhood has failed to gain and subsequently perished into oblivion. The term 'terrorist' as perceived by various personalities is also given as quotations for the reader. The reader can also introspect what he understood by going through this book in 'Introspection'.This book next in Good Citizen Series talks about terrorism as a global menace. While discussing the contemporary scenario, the past activities are referred and analysed. This includes various interpretations of terrorism and terrorists. Defining terrorism and its cause with examples is one of the main objectives of this book. Many a times in history the term ‘terrorist’ has been used for freedom fighters–who fought for independence and the perspectives of those who called them terrorist. To have a clear conscience on the dimensions of violence, threat, kidnapping, bombing and the motivation behind which these ghastly acts are done is addressed in detail. The gory, pain, trauma, one can suffer being in the midst of terrorist acts are depicted in the margins of each page. The rhetoric of Jihad and its hidden objectives, religious commands and excuses to kill innocents, fanatic activities and its modes, armed struggle for social causes are all deterrent to human society and its growth. It also is a hindrance towards globalisation and universal brotherhood, creating mistrust and separatism. Our affiliation to a community, religion, group, class, or caste may lead us to momentarily support any form of violence in the name of social equality, religious rights or ethnic upliftment or even for constitutional rights. But history has proven that any form of social change initiated with violence cannot be sustained. This book only provokes you to judge the deeds of terrorists with a clear conscience. However, who ever has perpetrated violence in the name of religion, class, community and caste without the thought of universal brotherhood has failed to gain and subsequently perished into oblivion. The term 'terrorist' as perceived by various personalities is also given as quotations for the reader. The reader can also introspect what he understood by going through this book in 'Introspection'.

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