The Boston Tea Party Was An Act Of Terrorism

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noun the use of violence and intimidation in the pursuit of political aims.
Terrorism, the very word bring a foul mood with it, wherever it goes, yet most don’t even know the meaning of the word. Most people insult the idea without very little thought, even when knowing not a thing about it, or why its being caused. The Boston Tea party was an act of terrorism, and is taught to be known as one in some schools in the U.S., and many will rise and say that the Boston Tea Party was a justified, valiant, and patriotic act. Terrorism, in many cases, can be proven.
The ANO is a terrorist organization the resides in the Israel/Palestine state, whose goals are to destroy the existing Israeli state that they’ve been forced to share their land with. “Founded in 1974 by Sabri al-Banna whose nom de guerre, Abu Nidal, means ‘father of the struggle.’ Abu Nidal was a high-ranking official in the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), and served as PLO representative to several Arab states. Abu Nidal bitterly opposed the idea of a Palestinian state co-existing with an Israeli state and after the PLO began leaning towards reconciliation with the Jewish state, he split with the group to form the ANO.” (Aden, Huda, et al. "Foreign Terrorist Organizations." Congressional Research Service (CRS) Reports and Issue Briefs. Congressional Research Service (CRS) Reports and Issue Briefs, 2004. General OneFile. Web. 6 Feb. 2015.) This shows the ANO’s intentions and desire to
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