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Members: BBA-Batch8B

‡ Hissam Mehmood
‡ Dania Khawar
‡ Umaid A. Sheikh
‡ Terrorism
‡ Origin of the term
‡ Terrorism and hopelessness
‡ Causes
‡ Root Causes of terrorism in pakistan
‡ Terrorists Attacks in Pakistan
‡ Practical Measures
‡ A positive Goal and Terrorism
‡ Obedience to Government

Most define terrorism as 'the use or threat of serious violence' to advance

some kind of 'cause'.

³Politically motivated violence or the threat of violence, especially against

civilians, with the intent to Terrorism, in the modern sense, is violence,
the threat of violence, or other harmful acts committed for political or
ideological goals

‡³the systematic use of terror, especially as a means of coercion´


‡³the unlawful use of force and violence against persons or property to

intimidate or coerce a government, the civilian population, or any
segment thereof, in furtherance of political or social objectives´
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The term "terrorism" comes from Latin    , "to frighten" via the
French word is often associated with the      , the
Reign of terror of the revolutionary government in France from 1793 to

The modern English term "terrorism" dates back to 1795 when it was
used to describe the actions of the Jacobin Club in their rule of post-
Revolutionary France, the so-called "Reign of Terror".

Terrorism runs riot in places where there is no hope. It thrives in

societies which have broken down to the point where ordinary citizens
decide to take the law into their own hands.


History offers many examples of charismatic individuals who have

been able to control entire populations to achieve their own personal

Ethnicity and separatism
Training of non-military personnel
Free flow of weapons
Democracy Is important

‡ Political instability
‡ Economic conditions
‡ Standard of lives of the masses
‡ Religious extremism of portion of the masses of
Pakistan. injustices done by World super powers
towards the third world countries and Muslim countries
have led the world to this situation
‡ Current terrorism activities and the blast and suicide
attacks everywhere in the world as the game of political
gains among the super powers of the world
‡ Clash of civilization between west and Islam.
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Marriott Hotel 53 people were killed and 260
In north-western Pakistan , killed at least 78
people 100 people were injured in the explosion outside of a
weapons factory.
At least 23 people were killed and 20 injured in
an attack on a hospital in the North-West Frontier Province
A car bomb attack on the Danish embassy in
Islamabad left at least six people dead
In two suicide attacks in the eastern city of Lahore,
at least 27 people were killed and 200 injured.
Around 40 people were killed and many more
seriously injured in a suicide attack in the country's north-west.
Forty-seven people were killed and around 150
injured in an attack on an office of an independent political
candidate for parliament ahead of elections scheduled for two days
‡World police to enforce laws

A world police force should be established, and this should be

accompanied by world-wide laws.

‡World law
Terrorists use different states around the world as refuges from justice,
and a number of countries harbor, supply, finance, train and sponsor
terrorist groups for their own ends. Until some sort of world law is
established, terrorism can never be completely eliminated

"The well-being of mankind, its peace and security, are unattainable
unless and until its unity is firmly established."

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‡All the human sciences - anthropology, physiology and psychology -

agree that there is only one human species, although we differ
endlessly in lesser ways.


Every individual should willingly accept the law, and help to build a
world where violence is forgotten:
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‡ Kinds
‡ Types of terrorism
‡ Task force Classification
‡ Future
‡ Adaptive capabilities of Terror Groups
‡ Increasing Capabilities of Terrorists
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Political terrorism is carried out for a reason. The reason usually

bears political, ideological or social meaning and orientation.

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‡  !: is arguably the most common form. Practitioners

of this type of terrorism seek the complete abolition of a political
system and its replacement with new structures.

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is rather less common. It is used
not to overthrow an existing regime but to modify the existing
sociopolitical structure.

‡   c : often called state or state-sponsored

terrorism, is employed by governments²or more often by factions
within governments²against that government's citizens, against
factions within the government, or against foreign governments or


‡Civil Disorders
‡Political Terrorism
‡Non-Political Terrorism
‡Limited Political Terrorism
‡Official or State Terrorism

As a conflict method that has survived and evolved through several

millennia to flourish in the modern information age, terrorism
continues to adapt to meet the challenges of emerging forms of
conflict, and exploit developments in technology and society.

Terrorism has demonstrated increasing abilities to adapt to counter-

terrorism measures and political failure. Terrorists are developing
new capabilities of attack and improving the efficiency of existing

Terrorists have shown the ability to adapt to the techniques and

methods of counter-terror agencies and intelligence organizations
over the long term.

Terrorists have also been quick to use new technologies, and adapt
existing ones to their uses.

Exchange of Information

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Terrorism (Pakistan in war)


‡ What is Islam?
‡ Is Pakistan a Islamic country?
‡ Islam is a religion?
‡ Reference of Quran
‡ favoritism and islamization
‡ Tree of fruits
‡ Its branches
‡ Surah ibrahim ,verse 24-26
‡ " Kalerna-e-tayvib is like a shajare tavvib, the roots of which hold the
soil deep and firm, whose branches spread out in the sky high and
wide and which bears fruit perpetually in conformity with God¶s laws³

‡ 1.roots of which holds the soil deep and firm.

‡ 2.branches spread out in sky high and wide.
‡ 3.Which bears fruit if we practice our deen effectively.
‡ True meanings
‡ Values and norms
‡ Value of our ancestor¶s blood
‡ millions of people¶s soul
‡ Promise to Allah
‡ Formulations of islamic laws

‡ 1956
‡ 1962
‡ 1973

Were these constitutions had Islamic values

and supremacy at that time?
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‡ December 2nd,1978
‡ In the speech, he accused politicians of exploiting the
name of Islam, saying that "many a ruler did what they
pleased in the name of Islam.³
‡ Nizam e mustafa
‡ Hudood Ordinance
‡ Prohibition Order
‡ Adultery (Zina) Ordinance
‡ Blasphemy Laws
‡ Prayer timings
‡ Zakat and Ushr Ordinance
‡ Riba
‡ Land Reforms
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‡ Great human loss
‡ Battle only takes place in those societies having disputes
in their values and mores
‡ Holy prophet (s.a.w.w) conquered Makkah city
‡ Main cause
‡ In 2006, 657 terrorist attacks
‡ In 2007, 1,503 terrorist attacks and clashes
‡ In 2008, the country saw 2,148 terrorist attacks
‡ In 2009, the worst of any year, 2,586 terrorist

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‡ Employment factors
‡ Development programms. 80 billion Rs. 520 billion Rs.
549.7 billion Rs. 880 billion in 2006,2007,2008,2009
‡ foreign exchange in pakistan
‡ Exports$ 7.5 billion in 2006 $ 18.5 billion in 2007 $
19.22 billion in 2008 $ 18.45 billion in 2009

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‡ Today in pakistan americans are destroying our fields
and they are regularly flying in our restricted areas and
generally killing more than 500 terrorist (people) .These
are not only 500 people ,but these are 500 families
.Every day pakistan is producing more than 500 terrorist
(people) and yearly 60000 terrorist peoples.pakisatn is
becoming world¶s mega structure of producing terrorist.
Missiles fired by us army

Type Air-to-surface and surface-to-surface missile

Place of origin United States
Production history
Manufacturer Lockheed Martin
Weight 100±108lb (45.4±49kg)[1]
Length 64 in (163 cm)
Diameter 7 in (17.8 cm)
Warhead High Explosive Anti-Tank (HEAT); 20 lb (9 kg) tandem anti-armor
Metal augmented charge (MAC); 18 lb (8 kg) shaped-charge
Blast Fragmentation
Engine Solid-fuel rocket
Wingspan 13 in (33 cm)
range 546 yd ± 5 mi (500 m ± 8 km)
Speed Mach 1.3 (950 mph; 425 m/s)
system Semi-active laser homing
millimeter wave radar seeker
platform Rotary- and fixed-wing platforms, Unmanned combat air vehicles, tripods, ships, and ground vehicles
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î Hope you all gets a bottom heart feeling for our people if our
presentation lasts some
removable strains of piety inside your heart.
î Please realize and this is the right time to do the job
î We have to unite to eliminate this cancer from our Beloved country
Pakistan and to make it a model of Peace and prosperity for the
nations of the World.

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