Terrorism is probably the most dangerous and deadliest issue that the world is facing at
the present time. A lot of innocent people die and some get severely hurt as a result of multiple
terrorist attacks. The physical, emotional and moral damages are oftentimes beyond repair and
people are left screaming for justice. However, it is hard to understand the reasons behind their
agenda whether it is for the common good of mankind or merely for selfish reasons. One thing
is certain though terrorism is destructive and puts humans in an agonizing situation.
Terrorism in its broadest term can be defined as the unlawful use of violence, force and
threats to intimidate or coerce for political purposes (dictionary.com). It causes a state of fear
and submission. In most cases, it is inflicted by a person or an organization (terrorists) against
people andor property with the intention of intimidating societies or governments often for
political, religious and ideological reasons
Sadly, nothing is resolved from such evil act. Terrorism is just a manifestation in order
to voice out or communicate demands and wants that, oftentimes, contradict the laws of the
government and violates the rights of the people. Ruthless and notorious organizations resort
to this act in order to threaten and force the government. The shocking truth is that innocent
people are the ones who always end up as the victims of this injustice. This only proves that
misunderstandings between two powerful and influential groups of the society have dangerous
consequences. When one failed to satisfy the other or one had offended the other, a clashing
of principles can lead to a deathly battle. Force, threats and violence are used as measures in
order to show who is really more powerful and who is most likely to succeed in its mission.
Greed, hunger for power and wealth, abuse of authority and fighting for rights and
principles are just some of the reasons behind terrorist attacks. Regardless of reasons, nothing
can ever justify terrorism. No particular point or belief is reason enough to resort to terrorism. It
is not a humane way to communicate, negotiate or express power and authority. There is no
way to justify an act of terrorism because it violates the rights of the innocent people and
demoralizes the country that is involved.
If we read the paper or watch the news on television, we would oftentimes hear the
words terrorist attack and suicide bombers. Such news causes a great deal of fear among
people because they know that their safety is at risk. Threats and news that are associated
with terrorism creates chaos and panic am...