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Terrorism was once a term not used frequently, but after 9/11 in the United States terrorism can be heard about daily. Other parts of the world have dealt with terrorism on a daily basis. Terrorism is a act of violence or threat of violence usually in the form of bombing, kidnapping, and assassination. Terrorism is carried out for political, economic, or religious purposes. Terrorism happens all over the world, but tends to be heavier in certain parts of the world. The cause of heavier terrorism in certain areas of the world can be from the want of overriding the government and changing the rules/laws. Violence is something that goes hand-in-hand with terrorists. They believe there is no other way for them to get their political, economic, and/or religious demands seen. By killing innocent civilians at random places and random times, they think it will give more publicity to their causes. Their main goal is that causing more violence and uprisings will forces changes in their favor to their political, economic, and/or religious demands. All of the sites of terrorist attacks have a few things typically in common: trains, places, buses, subways, and restaurants. Today, terrorist attacks can feature cars, roadside, and different types of bombs, such as improvised explosive devices (IEDs). In 2007 terrorist targeted a restaurant in Cotabato, Philippines with IEDs resulting in three people seriously injured. An example of how terrorists attack transportation is in the 2005 London bombings. On July 7, 2005 at 8:50 a.m. three bombs went off in the underground trains (Strom & Eyerman, June). At 9:47 a.m. in Tavistock Square, a fourth bomb exploded on a bus (Strom & Eyerman, June). The series of bombings were so well thought out and planned, it was obvious it was terrorists. Another thing terrorism and terrorist have in common are the reason behind the attacks, such as political, economic, or religious reasons. Terrorists go by what they believe... Show More

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