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    Muskan Hossain   American Terror: The Oklahoma City Bombing cements terrorism into the minds of  citizens     Thesis:  Due to the Oklahoma City Bombing, U.S. citizens are corrected of their stereotypical  thoughts towards terrorism; Terrorists aren’t commonly Muslims or foreign enemies.    I. Overview    II. The significance of the Oklahoma City Bombing  A. Controversies that arose  B. Questions thought and asked by the citizens  C. Impact towards the Federal Government  D.  How it shook the il

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    Terrorist Attacks

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    year the United States has been exposed to many terrorist attacks and threats that could or has harm the American people. The attacks range from mass shooting to suicide bomber to truck raining over pedestrians. Not to mention, just recently on 11 December 17 there was an attempted bomber in New York; its just to show that there is no end of stoping terrorism from happening, however, the American people can find a way to prevent the next terrorist attacks or threats from happening by increase security

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    Muslims As Terrorists

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    person is involved in a shooting, they must be a terrorist. Ever since the crusades, there has always been hard feeling between Christians and Muslims. But after various terrorist attacks in the name of Muslim religion, it seems that there are hard feeling between the whole world and Muslims. Muslims are vilified, hated, and even called terrorists. But, is it justified to profile Muslims as terrorists? No, it is not justified to profile muslims as terrorists. Those on both sides all have their own opinion

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    (1) Compare and contrast terrorist typologies. There are several different reasons why terrorists attack; so broad, that many people debate about the official definition of terrorism. However, terrorists are defined in typologies to help sort some of this definition conflict. Typologies focus on the social meanings behind terrorist tactics and violence. Within the several typologies, there are five main terrorist and violence typologies. These typologies are criminal, political, pathological,

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    Terrorist Interrogation

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    A description of the issue: The Bush administration has proposed exempting employees of the Central Intelligence Agency from a legislative measure endorsed by 90 members of the Senate that would bar cruel and degrading treatment of any prisoners in U.S. custody. The Bush administration believes that interrogators are acting lawfully, gaining useful information to help win the war against al Qaeda and will continue to press detainees for leads. The controversial interrogation technique known as

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    The vast array of terrorist organizations that exist around the world have varying ideologies, financial assets, command structures and power. Most of the world is aware of very few of these groups and are often only able to identify organizations that have committed very destructive and deadly attacks on citizens of western nations. Nearly everyone knows about Al Qaeda, the Taliban and Hezbollah because their intentions are well publicized and they have successfully struck fear into many groups

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    Terrorist Attack

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    In the event of a bioterrorist strike public panic is likely to be at full force, substantial numbers of casualties, difficulties in identifying terrorist attackers, and troubles isolating the spread of infection are all easily predictable. Terrorists typically work in groups advocating the use of violence to cause massive destruction and casualties. They may use infectious agents or toxic chemicals engineered for the deliberate use as a weapon intent on creating massive public fear. They often strike

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    Terrorist Motivation

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    Motivation for Terrorist Acts All terrorism is meant to accomplish one thing. What has been popularly called an act of terror is so-termed because the perpetrators hope that they can affect the manner in which people perceive their safety and the government that is supposed to be protecting them. With this goal in mind, every act that can be called terrorist in origin wants to have a psychological component. The success or failure of the attempt can, in one way, be seen as effective depending

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    Terrorist Essay

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    foreigners labeled as "terrorists." It made support for the peaceful humanitarian and political activities of selected foreign groups a crime. And it repealed a short-lived law forbidding the FBI from investigating First Amendment activities, opening the door once again to politically focused FBI investigations. Perhaps the most troubling feature of the 1996 Act is its resurrection of guilt by association, criminalizing humanitarian support to any group blacklisted as "terrorist." Under the 1996 Act

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    Dan Herbeck Case Summary

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    Started as a summer intern in 1977 at The Buffalo News, Dan Herbeck has been with the company for almost 40 years. He was 19 years old when he was placed on the graveyard shift at the downtown police headquarters and there, he went on to be a reporter for 12 years. “I was the only reporter in the city of Buffalo at police headquarters… I was scared!” He said. Herbeck’s first assignment was a midnight house fire in Lancaster, where he covered a story of Robert Covert, a father who saved a 4 years-old

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    Traditional Terrorists

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    Terrorists When I think of the word terrorism, the first thing that pops into my mind is 9/11. A day I will never forget, as I am sure countless other Americans will not as well. I never took the time to truly think about a terrorist, what they are thinking, what their motives are, or whom they are trying to hurt or even why they are terrorist. In doing this research, I have acquired knowledge about not only the ‘traditional’ terrorist but also the cyberterrorist. In some ways these criminals are

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    Muslims are not Terrorists “There should be a total and complete shutdown of muslims entering the United States.”~Donald Trump. All Muslims are terrorists, all muslims are responsible for 9/11, all muslims are vicious. False, false, and false. Muslims are being attacked and accused with allegations that they are responsible for all extremist attacks throughout the world. The real truth being that this is not the actions of what Islam leads Muslims to act upon. How many people in American society

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    Terrorist Bombing

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    CAPTURED: Terrorist Brought Down BREAKING: At 11:40 this morning, it was confirmed that the man sought in connection to the bombings that devastated New York City and New Jersey has been captured by the authorities. Following an intense shootout with police in Linden, New Jersey, Ahmed Kh Rahami was taken into custody with minor injuries. There were no additional individuals reported injured. Recap: 28 year-old Ahamed Kahn Rahmi, from Elizabeth, N.J. had been wanted in connection to the bombings

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    violation of school policy. His suspension was received after wearing a shirt to school with the writing, “the president is a terrorist.” Using their judgment and guidance from the Liberty High School’s dress code, school administrators suspended Flynt for two days after he refused to remove the shirt. School administrators believed that because his shirt said the president was a terrorist the education mission they aimed to promote would be disturbed and that his shirt would promote discrimination or racism

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    The study of terrorism and the terrorist is not something belonging to any particular discipline. What does forensic psychology have to offer? In the present political climate terrorism is a grave and growing concern for the national security of many countries. While it is important to acknowledge that acts of terrorism date back through centuries of recorded history, it is nevertheless apparent that today, the threat of terrorism is as dire, if not more so, than ever before. Terrorism dominates

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    Citizens of the United States have been immune to the terrorist attacks that are taking place overseas. When The World Trade Center was attacked using a car bomb in 1993, terrorism was brought upon the door steps of Americans. What was once a headline on the daily news has now became a reality in the life of the American citizen. An essential element in the strategy for the war on terrorism is to dismantle or disrupt the financial network used by terrorist. After the September 11 attack the Federal Government

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    ourselves, what exactly is a terrorist? According to Merriam-Webster’s dictionary, a terrorist is “a person, or a group of persons, that use[/s] violent acts to frighten people in an area as a way of trying to achieve a political goal” (Webster). A terrorist can be anyone that fits that criteria. Nowhere in the dictionary, or anywhere for that matter, does it specifically state that terrorist are Muslims or that all Muslims are terrorist. Declaring that all Muslims are terrorist is like saying all Baptists

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    order more effectively combat terrorist financing, governmental entities, individual donors, and charities themselves must work together, do their due diligence when associating or donating to a particular charity, and conduct risk assessments to determine susceptibility to terrorist influence. The following are recommendations for (1) governmental entities, (2) individual donors, and (3) charities to adopt in order to more effectively combat the financing of terrorist organizations. a. Recommendation

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    UNDERSTANDING TERRORISM In the article “Profile of a Terrorist” by Cindy Combs, the author maps out and discusses the different causes of terrorism committed by people. Understanding and determining what drives people to terrorism is no easy task. Why do people choose to commit acts of terrorism? Why do people choose to become rebellious and wreak havoc on so many innocent civilians? Combs discusses the different types of terrorists as suggested by Frederick Hacker who was a Vienna-born psychiatrist

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    Intro When the average person imagines what the typical terrorist looks like, they would not describe any of the defining characteristics of the average IRA soldier whether physically or tactically. White Irish-accented men and women carrying around assault rifles as well as planting bombs does not seem like the stereotypical terrorist. While it would be untrue that there has never been a white terrorist in the modern era because there has, such as Timothy McVeigh, Eric Rudolph, and the

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