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TERRORISM
CONTENTS:
 MEANING OF TERRORISM
 TERRORISTS
 SOME OF THE TERRORIST GROUPS
 CAUSES OF TERRORISM
 TERRORIST ATTACKS
 S...
MEANING OF TERRORISM:
 Terrorism actually comes from the latin word “fear’”.
 The unlawful use of force against persons ...
WHO IS A TERRORIST:
 One who engages himself in acts or an
act of terrorism.
 One who is the member of an armed
group th...
SOME OF THE TERRORIST
GROUPS
 Al-Qaeda
 Al-Ummah
 Lashkar-e-Toiba
 Armed Islamic Group(GIA)
 Al-Jihad a.k.a Egyptian ...
CAUSES OF TERRORISM
BELIEF IN VIOLENCE
RELIGIOUS EXTREMISM
POVERTY AND ECONOMIC
PROBLEMS
POLITICAL INSTABILITY
RECENT TERRORIST
ATTACKS
MUMBAI TERRORIST ATTACK
 It was the biggest terrorist attack in
India ever.
 The attack began on 26 November 2008
and la...
ATTACK ON WORLD TRADE CENTRE
 Al-Qaeda terrorists
hijacked 4 commercial
air lines on
11September,2001.
 Two airlines cra...
2013 HYDERABAD BLASTS
 The twin bombs exploded in
Dilsukhnagar , Hyderabad
which is a crowded area within
100 meters of e...
2006 MUMBAI TRAIN BOMBINGS
 The 11 july 2006 Mumbai train bombings were a
series of seven bomb blasts that took place ove...
LONDON BOMBINGS
 The 7 july 2005 london bombings were a series of coordinated
suicide attacks in central London .
 Terro...
2005 DELHI BOMBINGS
 The Delhi bombings
occurred on 29october
2005.
 The blasts occurred two
days before the important
f...
MOSCOW THEATRE HOSTAGE
CRISIS
• The Moscow theatre hostage
crisis is also known the 2002
Nord-ost siege was the seizure
of...
2007 HYDERABAD BOMBINGS
 The Hyderabad bombings refers to the incident in which
two bombs exploded almost simultaneously ...
Social ,political and economic impact
 Loss of property.
 Effects on productivity.
 Effect on tourism.
 Effects the li...
PREVENTION OF TERRORISM
 Primary prevention is education.
 Creating awareness among people
against terrorism.
 Increasi...
GOVERNMENT ACTS AGAINST
TERRORISM:
o Terrorist and Disruptive activities
(prevention) Act,1987 (TADA).
o The right to shoo...
CONCLUSION
IN HOPE FOR A TERROR
FREETOMORROW
THANKING YOU
BY
P.N.SHIVANI REDDY
G.DEEKSHA REDDY
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  1. 1. TERRORISM
  2. 2. CONTENTS:  MEANING OF TERRORISM  TERRORISTS  SOME OF THE TERRORIST GROUPS  CAUSES OF TERRORISM  TERRORIST ATTACKS  SOCIAL,POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC IMPACTS  PREVENTION MEASURES  PREVENTION ACTS AGAINST TERRORISM
  3. 3. MEANING OF TERRORISM:  Terrorism actually comes from the latin word “fear’”.  The unlawful use of force against persons or property to intimidate the government ,civilian population for the furtherance of social or political objectives is called TERRORISM.  Common threads of definitions identify terrorism as : • POLITICAL • PSYCHOLOGICAL • COERCIVE • DYNAMIC • DELIBERATE
  4. 4. WHO IS A TERRORIST:  One who engages himself in acts or an act of terrorism.  One who is the member of an armed group that kills civilians as a mean of political intimidation.  One who is the member of a group that engages in kidnapping and murder.
  5. 5. SOME OF THE TERRORIST GROUPS  Al-Qaeda  Al-Ummah  Lashkar-e-Toiba  Armed Islamic Group(GIA)  Al-Jihad a.k.a Egyptian Islamic Jihad  National Liberation Army (ELN)-Columbia  Islamic state
  6. 6. CAUSES OF TERRORISM BELIEF IN VIOLENCE RELIGIOUS EXTREMISM POVERTY AND ECONOMIC PROBLEMS POLITICAL INSTABILITY
  7. 7. RECENT TERRORIST ATTACKS
  8. 8. MUMBAI TERRORIST ATTACK  It was the biggest terrorist attack in India ever.  The attack began on 26 November 2008 and lasted until 29 November 2008.  Nearly 173 people were killed and 308 were wounded.  The terrorists attacked eight places in South Mumbai including CHHATRAPATI SIVAJI TERMINUS,TAJ MAHAL PALACE ,OBEROI TRIDENT,NARIMAN HOUSE etc.  Ajmal Kasab who was the only attacker captured alive was hanged last November.
  9. 9. ATTACK ON WORLD TRADE CENTRE  Al-Qaeda terrorists hijacked 4 commercial air lines on 11September,2001.  Two airlines crashed into the north and south tower of the world trade centre.  Within two hours both the towers collapsed.  Totally 2996 people died in the attacks including 19 hijackers.
  10. 10. 2013 HYDERABAD BLASTS  The twin bombs exploded in Dilsukhnagar , Hyderabad which is a crowded area within 100 meters of each other on 21,february 2013.  The first explosion occurred outside a roadside eatery named A1 mirchi followed by the other between venkatadri theatre and Dilsukhnagar bus stop.  Nearly 17 were killed and 119 were injured in the blasts.
  11. 11. 2006 MUMBAI TRAIN BOMBINGS  The 11 july 2006 Mumbai train bombings were a series of seven bomb blasts that took place over a period of 11 minutes on a suburban railway in Mumbai.  The bombs were set off in pressure cookers , in lunch boxes and placed in trains.  209 were killed and over 700 were injured.
  12. 12. LONDON BOMBINGS  The 7 july 2005 london bombings were a series of coordinated suicide attacks in central London .  Terrorists targeted civilians using the public transport system during the morning rush hour.  52 civilians were killed and over 700 more were injured in the attacks.  Out of 4,three were detonated in London Underground trains and fourth on a doubledecker bus.
  13. 13. 2005 DELHI BOMBINGS  The Delhi bombings occurred on 29october 2005.  The blasts occurred two days before the important festival of diwali.  The bombs were triggered in two markets in south and central Delhi and in a bus in the Govindpuri area in the south of the city.  62 people were killed and over 210 were injured in the three explosions
  14. 14. MOSCOW THEATRE HOSTAGE CRISIS • The Moscow theatre hostage crisis is also known the 2002 Nord-ost siege was the seizure of the crowded Dubrovka theatre on 23october 2002 by 40 to 50 armed terrorists. • They took 850 hostages and demanded the withdrawal of Russian forces from Chechenya. • Special forces came into action and killed all the attackers. • Nearly 130 were killed in this attack.
  15. 15. 2007 HYDERABAD BOMBINGS  The Hyderabad bombings refers to the incident in which two bombs exploded almost simultaneously on 25August 2007.  The first bomb exploded in Lumbini Amusement park at 7:45pm and the second bomb exploded five minutes later in Gokul chat bhandar.  Atleast 42 were reported to have died in two bombings.
  16. 16. Social ,political and economic impact  Loss of property.  Effects on productivity.  Effect on tourism.  Effects the living condition of population.  Destabilization of an existing government.  Effect on financial market.
  17. 17. PREVENTION OF TERRORISM  Primary prevention is education.  Creating awareness among people against terrorism.  Increasing security around the nation.  The one and only strength against terrorism is unity of people.  By protecting and mobilizing civil society.  By eliminating the root of Terrorism.
  18. 18. GOVERNMENT ACTS AGAINST TERRORISM: o Terrorist and Disruptive activities (prevention) Act,1987 (TADA). o The right to shoot to kill 1997 Anti-Terrorism Act. o Legalizing the Impermissible: the new anti- terrorism law. o The prevention of Terrorism act,2002. o Unlawful activities (prevention) Amendment Act,2004.
  19. 19. CONCLUSION IN HOPE FOR A TERROR FREETOMORROW
  20. 20. THANKING YOU BY P.N.SHIVANI REDDY G.DEEKSHA REDDY

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