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Contents Preface About the Authors PART ONE: THE DEFINING AND HISTORY OF TERRORISM Chapter One: Definining Terrorism and Legal Issues Overview Terrorism: Searching for a Definition Some Approaches to Defining Terrorism The FBI Construct The U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) Construct Structures Common Terrorist Qualities Motivations for Terrorists Terrorism as Criminal Behavior Hostage Taking Legal Issues in Hostage Taking Assassination Abortion Clinic Violence After 9-11 ? What Next? The Department of Homeland Security Chapter Two: A Brief History of Terrorism Overview Violence and Terrorism When Did Violence Become Terrorism? State-Sponsored and Religious Terrorism Global Intelligence Challenges 2005 State-Sponsored Terrorism as Warfare in The Twenty-First Century Religious Terrorism The Turks and the First Crusade State Terror and Genocide Cyclical Nature of Terrorism Contemporary Events: Historical Roots PART TWO TERRORISM AROUND THE WORLD Chapter Three: North America and the Caribbean Connecting the Dots Overview The United States 9-11 and its Aftermath Osama bin Laden and the founding of Al Qaeda Flight Training America?s Homegrown Terrorism Victims of the Klan Domestic Terrorism International Terrorism Puerto Rico Canada Cuba The Dominican Republic and Haiti Chapter Four: Great Britain and Northern Ireland Overview Ireland: A History of Pain and Terror The Troubles 1968 ? 1998 The Political Objectives Internment-Arrest and Indefinite Detention without Trial Logistics and Financing of Terror The Irish Republican Army aka (PIRA) Provisional Irish Republican Army Continuity Irish Republican Army (CIRA) Direct Action Against Drugs Republican Sinn Fein (RSF) Real Irish Republican Army (RIRA) Other Irish Terrorist Groups Turf Wars Protestant Marching Season The PIRA and Terror International The Northern Ireland Peace Process The Northern Ireland Police Service Countering Irish Terrorism Domestic Terrorism in Mainland Britain Islamic Extremist threats to the United Kingdom Special Immigration Appeals Commission London July 7th 2005 Extreme Right Wing Groups Chapter Five: Western Europe Overview Spain Islamic Extremists Attack on Spain France Al Qaeda in France Germany Al Qaeda in Germany Italy GAP & NAP Greece and Turkey Greece Cyprus Turkey Al Qaeda in Turkey Belgian Terrorism Chapter Six: Eastern Europe and the Balkans Overview Russia and the Soviet Union Russia?s Free Market Economy and the Russian Mafia Ukraine Chechnya Georgia Yugoslavia Bulgaria Czech Republic Chapter Seven: North Africa and the Middle East Overview Israel and Its Right to Exist The Stern Gang Irgun (National Military Organization) Al Fatah Abu Nidal Organization Significant Incidents Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigade The Typical Suicide Bomber The Gaza Strip Organization and structure of HAMAS Declaration of Principles Terrorist Organizations Jordan Lebanon Islam The Shi?a Sect in Lebanon Hezbollah Syria The Rest of North Africa Morocco Egypt Anwar Sadat 1919?1981 Egypt?s Islamic Extremists Libya Colonel Muammar el-Qaddafi Support for Terror Operation El Dorado Canyon Pan Am 103 Sudan Darfur Genocide Algeria Chapter Eight: The Persian Gulf Overview Saudi Arabia From the Palestinians to Riyadh Al Qaeda and the Saudi Kingdom Wahhabi Islam Kuwait Iraq Operation Iraqi Freedom and Beyond Bahrain Weapons of Mass Destruction Support for International Terrorism Bahrain Oman Iran Iran and Nuclear Weapons Yemen Chapter Nine: Northeast, Central and Southern Africa Overview Ethiopia Somalia Uganda Lords Resistance Army (LRA) Zimbabwe Unilateral Declaration of Independence (UDI South Africa Islam in South Africa Kenya International Terrorism in Central Africa Angola Mozambique Rwanda The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) Nigeria Chapter Ten: Southern and Southeast Asia: Overview South Asia India Pakistan Kashmir Nepal Sri Lanka Afghanistan Burma Southeast Asia Cambodia Thailand Vietnam Chapter Eleven: Pacific Rim: Overview China Falun Gong Hong Kong Taiwan (Republic of China) Japan Democratic People?s Republic of North Korea The Republic of South Korea Philippines Abu Sayyaf Indonesia Australia International Terrorism Chapter Twelve: Latin America: Overview Latin American Terrorism Mexico Guatemala The Civil War Honduras El Salvador Nicaragua Panama Central American Gang Problems South America Colombia From Counter Narcotics to Narco terrorism Peru Bolivia Brazil Uruguay, Paraguay Argentina Chile Venezuela Ecuador PART THREE: THE WAR ON TERRORISM: Chapter Thirteen: Countering Terrorism Overview The Roles for Counter-terrorism Northern Ireland Terrorism and Aviation Passenger Screening Hijackings Airport Facilities Passenger Profiling Combating Terrorists UN Security Resolution 1373 The patriot Act International Policing Intelligence Gathering Intelligence Services Counter Terrorism Units Great Britain SAS Associates Australia Rhodesia Republic of Ireland Spain The Persian Gulf France Netherlands Norway Germany Israel Czech Republic United States of America Canada Piracy Combating the Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction History of Chemical Terrorism Biological Weapons Impact of a Dirty Bomb CHAPTER FOURTEEN: THE WAR AGAINST TERRORISM Overview Terrorism Gets a Larger Stage Chemical, Biological and Nuclear Weapons of Mass Destruction Iraq Attack Timeline Weapons of Mass Destruction Holy Terror Suicide and Religious Terrorism Techno Terrorism Terrorists for Sale or Exchange Hostages ? A Sliding Scale
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Terrorism -- History.
Terrorism -- Prevention.