Non-Conventional Terrorism

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Non-conventional terrorism Introduction Terrorism refers to the use of force or threat in order to create fear to the innocent citizens of a country, and the government. It is designed so as to bring some form of political change by targeting the innocent people ADDIN EN.CITE Deutch19971295(Deutch, 1997)1295129517Deutch, JohnTerrorismForeign PolicyForeign Policy10-221081997Washingtonpost.Newsweek Interactive, LLC00157228http://www.jstor.org/stable/1149086( HYPERLINK l "_ENREF_5" o "Deutch, 1997 #1295" Deutch, 1997). Terrorist attacks can be executed by use of non-conventional weapons. These are weapons of mass destruction and are regarded as the most dangerous tactics used by terrorists. Non-conventional terrorism includes nuclear terrorism, chemical terrorism, biological terrorism and cyber terrorism ADDIN EN.CITE Huddy20021294(Huddy, Feldman, Capelos, & Provost, 2002)1294129417Huddy, LeonieFeldman, StanleyCapelos, TheresaProvost, ColinThe Consequences of Terrorism: Disentangling the Effects of Personal and National ThreatPolitical PsychologyPolitical Psychology485-5092332002International Society of Political Psychology0162895Xhttp://www.jstor.org/stable/3792589( HYPERLINK l "_ENREF_6" o "Huddy, 2002 #1294" Huddy, Feldman, Capelos, & Provost, 2002). The increased levels of technology among the terror groups and the ability of members to sacrifice their lives have increased the danger of non-conventional terrorism ADDIN EN.CITE Laqueur19961298(Laqueur,
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