Running head: PRINCIPLES OF TERRORISMTerrorism Profiling a Nationalistic and Endemic Terror GroupNameInstitution Affiliation1PRINCIPLES OF TERRORISM2AbstractThere are various terrorist groups, mainly arising from a particular nation whose aim is to createan Islamic nation in their own country. The Al-Qaeda provides an interesting case study. Thepurpose of this paper is to describe Al-Qaeda movement as an example of a long-termnationalistic and endemic terror group obtainable in Jonathan White text. It reveals more aboutthe origin of Al-Qaeda movement and the different ideologies the group had. The paper alsoexplains into details goals and objectives of the movementIntroductionThe Al-Qaeda is one of the most well-known terrorist groups in the world. Its origin comes fromthe uprising occupation that was waged against the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan. Thousandsand thousands volunteered, mainly from Middle East, came to Afghanistan to take up the call asmujahedeen, which translated to mean as warriors fighting to defend their fellow Muslims. Thenin mid-1980s, Osama bin Laden became the chief financier of an organization that wasrecruiting Muslims to fight the Soviet forces which were ultimately defeated (Hewitt, 2003).Following the withdrawal of Soviet forces from Afghanistan, Osama bin Laden returned to SaudiArabia and founded a group that aimed at helping the Afghan veterans who later would go tofight in other places such as Bosnia and this f ...
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