THE SAVERS
Ahtisham Zahid
Sibgha Amjad
Sharmeen Fatima
Hasham Ashfaq
Sundus Ashraf
PRESENTING
“CAUSES AND EFFECTS
OF

TERRORISM
IN

PAKISTAN”
WHAT IS
TERRORISM? a
The word terrorism is derived from

Latin word “terror” which means „great
fear, dread or to frighten...
TERRORISM
How it all started?
• On September 11th
2001, 2 planes crashed into
the World Trade Centre and
changed the world…
• „The A...
Pakistani Victims : War on
Terror
More than 24,000 people –
both civilians and troops – were
killed in terrorist attacks ...
CAUSES OF
TERRORISM
All terrorist Acts are motivated by two things:
1. Social and political injustice
2. The belief that v...
CAUSES
 Political Causes:
i.

Non Democratic setup

ii. Improper Government
setup
iii. Absence of law and
failure

 Exte...
DEATH RATE IN
PAKISTAN
What was Pakistan In the
PAST
• Pakistan used to be a

beautiful country where
peace and harmony
prevailed…But things
chan...
Effects of Terrorism in
Pakistan
 21,672 Pakistani have lost

their lives.
 Pakistan army has lost 2,795
in the war.
 T...
How do they train
bombers?

Brain wash by
describing they will go
to heaven with the
press of a button.
What they are do...
Effects of TERRORISM on
Economy
 Rise in cost of production
 Fall in business confidence
 Product Innovation falls
 Go...
PAKISTAN TOURISM
Pakistan tourism industry suffered a loss of 44 million
dollars.
STEPS taken by
PAKISTAN
Ban on Terrorism organization
Operation Rah-e-Raast (May
2009)
Operation Rah-e-Nijat (June
2009...
How to stop terrorism??
 If the feeling of injustice is
unjustified it can be removed

 By changing the policies
against...
CONCLUSION
To conclude, Pakistan is a peace loving
nation and playing its important role in
combating terror.
Pakistan h...
THE CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF TERRORISM IN PAKISTAN
THE CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF TERRORISM IN PAKISTAN
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  1. 1. THE SAVERS Ahtisham Zahid Sibgha Amjad Sharmeen Fatima Hasham Ashfaq Sundus Ashraf
  2. 2. PRESENTING “CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF TERRORISM IN PAKISTAN”
  3. 3. WHAT IS TERRORISM? a The word terrorism is derived from Latin word “terror” which means „great fear, dread or to frighten’. TERRORISM has no global definition yet it can be termed as: “Systematic use of violence to Intimidate governments or societies, in such a way as to achieve a certain goal.”
  4. 4. TERRORISM
  5. 5. How it all started? • On September 11th 2001, 2 planes crashed into the World Trade Centre and changed the world… • „The Al Qaeda‟ a terrorist organization of Afghanistan, headed by Osama Bin Laden claimed responsibility.
  6. 6. Pakistani Victims : War on Terror More than 24,000 people – both civilians and troops – were killed in terrorist attacks during the period between 2001 and 2008. The last five years have proved costlier, in human terms. Another 25,000-plus people died during military offensives against Taliban insurgents in the restive tribal regions since 2008.
  7. 7. CAUSES OF TERRORISM All terrorist Acts are motivated by two things: 1. Social and political injustice 2. The belief that violence or its threat will be effective, and usher in change. This explanation of the causes of terrorism may be difficult to swallow. It sounds too simple, or too theoretical. However, if we look at any group that is widely understood as a terrorist group, we will find these two elements are basic to their story.
  8. 8. CAUSES  Political Causes: i. Non Democratic setup ii. Improper Government setup iii. Absence of law and failure  External Causes: i. Afghan War 1979 ii. Iranian Revolution  Socio-Economic Causes: i. Injustice ii. Illiteracy iii. Poverty and unemployment iv. Food insecurity v. Dissatisfaction  Religious Causes: i. Role of Madrasahs ii. Religious Intolerance
  9. 9. DEATH RATE IN PAKISTAN
  10. 10. What was Pakistan In the PAST • Pakistan used to be a beautiful country where peace and harmony prevailed…But things changed--DRAMATICALLY!!! • Terrorism in Pakistan originated with supporting the Soviet war in Afghanistan • The Mujahedeen fighters were trained by Pakistan's military and American CIA
  11. 11. Effects of Terrorism in Pakistan  21,672 Pakistani have lost their lives.  Pakistan army has lost 2,795 in the war.  There have been 3486 bomb blast in the country due to which Pakistan economy effected greatly.  Terrorism has negative impact almost every sector of Pakistan. Terrorism has been increased suicide attacks due to which people lost their lives.
  12. 12. How do they train bombers? Brain wash by describing they will go to heaven with the press of a button. What they are doing is “Jihad” The people who are going to be attacked are all “Kaafirs”
  13. 13. Effects of TERRORISM on Economy  Rise in cost of production  Fall in business confidence  Product Innovation falls  Government on non-productive areas.  Outsourcing of business
  14. 14. PAKISTAN TOURISM Pakistan tourism industry suffered a loss of 44 million dollars.
  15. 15. STEPS taken by PAKISTAN Ban on Terrorism organization Operation Rah-e-Raast (May 2009) Operation Rah-e-Nijat (June 2009) Government also take step for reforming of Madrassas. U.S should help in resolving the Kashmir dispute. In order to fight terrorism. Pakistan‟s media should play very important role. The Government must be loyal and responsible.
  16. 16. How to stop terrorism??  If the feeling of injustice is unjustified it can be removed  By changing the policies against militants  Attack terrorists and their capacity to operate
  17. 17. CONCLUSION To conclude, Pakistan is a peace loving nation and playing its important role in combating terror. Pakistan has sacrificed the most in the ongoing war on terror. Unfortunately sometimes its commitment is doubted by some of its allies. Mistrust can lead to diversion of efforts, which will not be beneficial to common objective of peace in the region. Pakistan is a responsible nation; fully capable of defending its territorial integrity.
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