The social context surrounding the term terrorism influences how it is defined.
The definition of terrorism fluctuates according to the interests of the group defining the term.
The violence of the French Revolutionary period is colloquially known as ___________.
The Reign of Terror
The Irish Republican Army (IRA) developed out of a ______ desire.
______________refers to controlling an economy by direct democracy and utilizing economic profits to ensure the well-being of citizens.
What is the name of the political party of Irish Republicans?
Supreme Counsel of the IRB
Royal Irish Constabulary
Irish Republican Army
______________terrorism involves an individual taking action on his or her own initiative.
________________________, as used in the text, refers to the psychological process of adopting extremist positions.
The most difficult type of terrorists to deter or detain are _________ .
Which of the following is not true of terrorists?
They focus their action towards a goal
They are dedicated to a cause
They run when confronted with force
They rehearse and prepare for actions
Radicalization is a process that is not specifically applicable to any national, political, religious, or ideological group.
Themotivations of criminals and terrorists are the same.
Explain the hawala system, its origins, and what are the advantages that would make this system appealing to terrorists?
__________ is a political party, a socialwelfare organization, and a militant group that uses all types of sources for funding,andmovesmoneyin undergroundnetworksandlaunderingsystems.
What is the term used to refer to groups using either terrorist tactics to support drug operations or drug-trade profits to finance terrorism?
________________are the most frequent legal activities used by terrorists to fund their activities.
For-profit education facilities
Charities and business operations
Real estate investments
Which of the following terrorist organizations ran cigarettes from North Carolina to Michigan and used some of the profits to fund operations in Lebanon?
After its long experience with the Irish Republican Army, was one of the first nations to address terrorist financing.
The United States
The United Kingdom
Which of the following terrorist organizations is most likely to use the black market peso exchange?
Modern terrorism originated from the _______ Revolution.
Debates over arise because many people assume that acts of terrorism are induced by reckless media coverage and that media outlets provide terrorists with terrorism.
____________ refers to the visual, audible, or written packages used to present the news.
_________________is Hezbollah’s television network.
According to Nacos, __________ are able to use their television-generated images to avoid detection.
The classic approach in television is the reporting frame.
The Salafi movement refers to those people who impose Islam with force and violence.
Explain Pape’s theory of suicide terrorism.
The formal name of the terrorist group referred to as PKK is the ____________________.
____________________ terrorism is terrorismthat exists inside a political entity.
Jenkins says there are six tactics of terrorism: _______________, arson, assault, kidnapping, bombing, and hostage taking.
The major factor in deciding to employ suicide terrorists is the ________ of the group.
social structure and culture
According to the text, ____________ is the only group that has made an effort to obtain a nuclear device.
LTTE Black Tigers
Kurdistan Workers Party
Women often receive combat or leadership positions in international terrorist organizations.
Although terrorist tactics change through time, the most common weapon of terrorism has been and remains the bomb.
The suicide squad of the LTTE was known as the ______________________________.
During the ________________ most violent year, 1980, its members killed 92 people.
_______________ refers to the political party of Republicans with historical connections to extremism and violence.
The terrorist group LTTE was one of the first to begin using suicide bombers. Their main purpose in such attacks was to create ________.
loyalty within the organization
The Irish, Basque, and Sri Lankan conflicts all have a central focus that is primarily _________ in nature.
Disgruntled Spanish police officers and government officials comprised the death squads known as ______________ .
Euskadi Ta Askatasuna (ETA)
Anti-Terrorist Liberation Groups (GAL)
The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE)
Irish Republican Army (IRA)
In 1972, British paratroopers opened fire on Catholic protesters in Londonderry – a day that has come to be known as ____________________.
Orange and Green Day
The terrorist group Boko Haram is from the African nation of ____________.
Some Uighur nationalists organized in hopes of reviving an 18th century Islamic state in China’s ___________________ province.
Freedom and Democracy Congress of Kurdistan, Kurdistan Peoples’ Congress, Peoples’ Congress of Kurdistan, and Liberation Units of Kurdistan are all pseudonyms for ___________.
The _________________________ uprising was a rural resistance movement by a tribe displaced by colonial agricultural policies.
The artificial boundaries imposed by imperialists fostered a new form of terrorist violence called ________________.
The conflict in Kenya is primarily of what nature?
______________is a tradition of orthodox Muslims who follow the Prophet and the early elders of the faith.
The United Nations post-World War II solution to the Arab-Israeli conflict was for one part of Palestine to be given to the Arabs and another part to be given to the ________________________.
The Zionists purchased land in ___________ to create their new homeland.