Terrorism is a complex and tragically violent topic that affects every corner of the globe.
Terrorism is a complex and tragically violent topic that affects every corner of the globe. Terrorist attacks may be domestic, such as those that have occurred in Oklahoma City, Iraq, or Colombia. They may also be carried out by external threats such as those that have occurred in Spain, England, and the United States. In many cases, the violence of terrorism is met with more violence in the form of retribution.
Given what you’ve learned in this course so far, is there an ethical lens or idea that you feel, if more people truly understood, could help stop or slow the cycle of violence which plagues our world? Support your stance with one of the moral theories covered in this course.
Terrorism is the criminal acts committed by the undercover personnel or the non-state actors who are working on behalf of their governments. Terrorism is also defined as the reasonable acts one uses for self-defense. Such actions include the use of force to kill innocent citizens without any good reasons. Most of the time, terrorists are always government oppositions who are either after turning over the working government or have their rights towards the act, (Comer et al. 2019).