Terror psyche will never be an answer

Terrorism isn’t a new phenomenon, but is a surviving conflict that develops over time with the threats involved.



By (Ifda Taj, Dubai)

Published: Wed 14 May 2014, 8:54 PM

Last updated: Sat 4 Apr 2015, 4:08 AM

Development of technology and weapons has given immense access to nations’ knowledge, and aim for the terrorists. Terrorism is, indeed, an act of violence, as it doesn’t help achieve ones benefit but helps damage the individuals and the nation’s security.

Terror attacks are carried out by intense means that could collapse the entire nation in a jiffy. The highest level of danger is involved while regarding religion and other uncompromising needs of terrorists. The first decade of the 21st century was dominated by terrorism — the major attacks in Moscow, Madrid and London to mention a few. The perspective of terrorists is very complicated yet understandable.

It’s not late for people to understand that terrorism isn’t an answer to the need and nor is an option for revenge or vengeance.


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