International Journal of Humanities and Social Science

ISSN 2220-8488 (Print), 2221-0989 (Online) 10.30845/ijhss

The Global Terrorism between Dialectic Concept and Opposite Means
Dr. Ghazi Ismail Rababa’a

Terrorism is a phenomenon forming a threat on all sides of life. Every now and then, we hear about organizing a conference a session, or an international to discuss this phenomenon, and be a ware of the concept of terrorism linguistically and idiomatically. It also covers all directions and interests. The study attempts to show the meaning of terrorism from the linguistic and idiomatic side, due to variety of opinions. It also discusses the emergence of primitive communities and their evolutions according to human development and progress, especially the political, economic and social aspects represented in the intellectual and military terrorism. The study presents the motives that lead to terrorism emergence, represented in religious, economic, intellectual, social and psychological motives. The study mentions the nature of the practioners whether they are individuals, organizations (groups), or states (countries). At the end, the study shows impacts of terrorism and the type of the victims represented in the effective political characters, such as presidents of states and prime minister of government. Then comes to talk about the holy religions and how do they deal with terrorism and the proper way of treating it. Finally in the conclusion, the researcher explores that terrorism is not confined to special class or religion. It means that terrorism has no religion and it is not limited to the armed forces. It calls for holding an international conference to discuss the meaning of terrorism, in order not to mix it with the legitimate resistance that seeks to liberate homelands from the enemy. In addition, identifying the concept assists in struggling against terrorism, identifying its places, fighting, and eliminating it. Consequently achieving international peace and security.

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