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    • TERRORISM IN PAKISTAN
    • GROUP MEMBERS
      • ZUHAIR . M (INTRODUCTION)
      • M. SHEHZAD(GENESIS)
      • TAIMOOR ALAM( CAUSES)
      • TARIQ KHAN(EFFECTS)
      • M. MUSLIM (PLAYERS & BENEFICIARIES)
      • AHMAD NAEEM( RESOLUTION)
    • INTRODUCTION
      • Systematic use of terror especially as a means of coercion.
      • Acts which are intended to create fear (terror).
      • Holy war, suicide bombings, fighting for faith, and killing in the name of God
    • GLOBAL TERRORISM
      Attacks on the US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania in 1998
      9/11 tragedy in 2001
      Attacks were traced to the group headed by Osama bin Laden known as al-Qaeda.
      global terrorism was migrated from the Middle East to South Asia.
    • TERRORISM IN PAKISTAN
      • Suicide bombers struck 150 times in different parts of the country.
      • First suicide attack occurred in Karachi in May 2002.
      • Result of joining hand with US & NATO forces
    • TERRORISM IN PAKISTAN
      • Assailant targeted a funeral in Swat and the Pakistan Ordnance Factory.
      • In 2007 LalMasjid siege, hundreds of seminary students and 10 Army men were killed.
    • GENESIS
      • Eight years ago, two planes flew into two towers and the world changed.
      • United States initiated a ‘war against terror.
      • US hosted $3 billion aid package for Pakistan fighting against Al-Qaida.
      • Pakistan joined the U.S. war on terror and broke relations with Afghanistan's Taliban government
    • GENESIS
      • Deployed 25,000 troops to the Federally Administered Tribal Areas
      • Encouraged the "mujahedeen" to fight the proxy war against the Soviet Union.
      • Some of these groups were later activated
    • CAUSES OF TERRORISM
      Onset of partition of British India, saw massive killing of non-combatants.
      Pakistan manifestation of Shea-Sunni opposition.
      Aid to mujahedeen and Arab afghans
      Terrorism in since the 1980s began primarily with to the Soviet-Afghan War.
      War brought numerous fighters from all over the world to South Asia in the name of jihad
    • CAUSES OF TERRORISM
      Post Afghan War 1990 and 1996, the Pakistani establishment continued to support and the Mujahedeen groups
      9/11 attacks brought this strategy of Pakistan under increased international study.
      Unregulated Madrassas throughout Pakistan is believed to contribute significantly to its terrorism problem
      Some became recruiting centers for terrorists
    • EFFECTS OF TERRORISM
      Lashkar-e-Omar
      Lashkar-e-Taiba
      Sipah-e-Sahaba Pakistan
      Assasination of Benazir
    • EFFECTS OF TERRORISM
      Attack On Sri Lankan Cricket Team in Lahore, Pakistan.
      Marriot Blast
      Lal- Masjid incident
      Bajur battle (2023 killed 4000 injured)
    • EFFECTS OF TERRORISM
    • BENEFICIARIES
      EXTERNAL BENEFICIARY
      US government
      Raw and Indian agencies
      Israeli Ordinance Business
      INTERNAL BENEFICIARY
      General PervezMusharraf
      MQM ( MutahidaQaumi Movement)
      Different political parties.
    • PLAYERS
      CIVILIANS
      POLITICIANS
      MILITANTS
      MEDIA
      EXTERNAL FORCES
    • RESOLUTION
      PEACE ACT
      AWARENESS
      HONESTY
      SECURITY
      PROPER ADMINISTRATION
      CITIZENS RIGHTS
    • CONCLUSION
      How to stop terrorism ?