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1 Terrorist vs. Freedom Fighter By: Jeen & Sunny

2 What Is TERRORIST? Opinions Sunny: Trouble makers who mention that they are fighting for their justice. Jeen: People who demand for social justice. Dictionary : A person who uses terrorism in the pursuit of political aims.

3 What is FREEDOM FIGHTER? Opinions Jeen: The people who fight for freedom or social justice in violently way or nonviolently. Sunny: A group of people who fight for their justice by violence. They are way reasonable than the Terrorists.

4 Terrorism ! -Terrorism is not new, and even though it has been used since the beginning of recorded history it can be relatively hard to define. Terrorism has been described variously as both a tactic and strategy; a crime and a holy duty; a justified reaction to oppression and an inexcusable abomination. - The violence of terrorism makes the cause many economic problems and create the terror in many communities for example, the attack of terrorist in famous department store in Africa.

5 Terrorism! T Six basic components to all terrorism: (1) an intentional and (2) rational (3) act of violence to (4) cause fear (5) in the target audience or society for the purpose of changing behavior in that audience or society. (6)Terrorism is a political act, the goal of which is to make a change. The terrorist is not driven by personal desires or ambitions

6 Terrorism: Ideology and Violence - The ideology of politically motivated groups frequently allows them to justify their violence and blame their enemies for forcing them to choose the path of violence. Such groups can have various reasons for resorting to violence, such as the failure of not being able to fulfill their goals through non- violent means or the suppression of non-violent agitation by the government.

7 There are three types of terrorist attacks: (1) attacks that involve weapons of mass destruction (2) weapons of mass casualty and (3) weapons of mass disruption.

8 What is political terrorist group? Groups that carry out acts of violence in the name of a single issue, such as animal rights and the environment are sometimes also included amongst politically motivated terrorist groups. The basic intention of some of these groups is to coerce a government or target audience to change its political objective or in the case of revolutionary movements, to take over political power themselves.

9 What is religious terrorist group? Religious terrorist group is a group of terrorist that carried out based on motivations and goals that have a predominantly religious character or influence.

10 What is religious terrorist group? Religious terrorist group is a group of terrorist that carried out based on motivations and goals that have a predominantly religious character or influence.

11 KLU KLAX KLAN (religious terrorist group) -The Ku Klux Klan, with its long history of violence, is the most infamous - and oldest - of American hate groups. Although black Americans have typically been the Klan's primary target, it also has attacked Jews, immigrants, gays and lesbians and, until recently, Catholics. Over the years since it was formed in December 1865, the Klan has typically seen itself as a Christian organization, although in modern times Klan groups are motivated by a variety of theological and political ideologies.

12 KKK's Ideology The basic ideology of the Ku Klux Klan today is not very different from that of many other hard-core white supremacist groups, such as neo-Nazis. Though the symbols and rituals may differ, most Klan groups share the same emphasis on the “14 words” slogan :“We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children”that tends to define modern hard-core white supremacy in the United States.A revival of it came into the North in Illinois and Indiana in the 1920s where there were large populations of blacks, Catholics, and Jews. They would burn crosses in yards as a reminder, stay with your own kind.

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14 Carlos the Jackal Early 1970's - Joins the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP). December Shoots and wounds Joseph Edward Sieff, the president of the Marks and Spencer retail chain, in Sieff's London home. January Twice attempts to launch rocket-propelled grenades at Israeli airliners at Orly airport in France, but is unsuccessful. June 27, Kills two French secret agents and a fellow revolutionary. December 21-29, Takes hostages at an OPEC meeting in Vienna. Most are released shortly afterward. However, a group of 11 hostages and several terrorists leaves Austria by plane and makes several stops in North Africa. Although Carlos' instructions were to kill the Saudi Arabian oil minister and the Iranian interior minister, everyone is released alive after a $50 million ransom is paid.

15 May French anti-terrorism Judge Jean-Louis Bruguiere orders Carlos the Jackal to stand trial for bombings that occurred in France in 1982 and Eleven people were killed and more than 100 injured in the attacks. November 7, He is charged in a series of bombings between that killed 11 people. December 15, Found guilty of killing 11 people in bomb attacks in the 1980s. June 26, A French appeals court upholds his life prison sentence.

16 Freedom=rights

17 Nelson Mandela He was the symbol of human rights of the 20th century. He fought against the white domination and helped the blacks gain back their rights. He made black and white equal. (Ideology)

18 He is a freedom fighter because he freed the blacks

19 Joseph Stalin Dictator of the Union of Soviet Socialism Republics (USSR) from Changed peasant society to an industrial military superpower. He helped the Poor in so many ways

20 He is a freedom fighter because he saved the poor from poverty and benefit them by giving privileges.

21 Citation - rights/champions/nelson-mandela.html - files/ideology/ku-klux-klan/the-ku-klux-klan-0 t&id=109&Itemid=143


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