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Greetings in the love of the ONE True God of Israel our Father, Jesus our Lord and the bonds of spiritual fellowship we have by our spiritual birth of holy spirit administered by The ONE Baptism of The Church by Jesus our Lord – this holy spirit which is the love of The ONE True God whom is Spirit is in our heart Romans 5:5 :

#OurUSAandWorld :  When will Suicide Bombing and

Terror attacks END?  Is this not the work of Darkness

by the very evil Dark Angel?


A suicide attack is an attack upon a target, in which an

attacker intends to kill others and/or cause great

damage, knowing that he or she will either certainly or

most likely die in the process. Between 1981 and 2006,

1200 suicide attacks occurred around the world,

constituting 4% of all terrorist attacks but 32% (14,599 people) of all terrorism related deaths.[1] 90% of these

attacks occurred in Iraq, Israel, Afghanistan, Pakistan
or Sri Lanka.[1]

Modern suicide terrorism is the targeted use of

self-destructing human beings against non-combatant

—typically civilian—populations to effect political

change. Although a suicide attack aims to destroy an

initial target, its primary use is a weapon of

psychological warfare intended to affect a larger public

audience. The primary target is not those that are killed

but those made to witness it

Although use of suicide attacks has occurred

throughout recent history—particularly with the

Japanese Kamikaze pilots of World War II—its main

notoriety as a specific kind of attack began in the 1980s

and involved explosives deliberately carried to the

target either on the person or in a civilian vehicle and

delivered by surprise. Following the success of a 1983

truck bombing of two barracks buildings in Beirut

that

killed 300 and helped drive American and French

Multinational Force troops from Lebanon, the tactic

spread to insurgent groups like the Tamil Tigers of Sri

Lanka, and Islamist groups such as Hamas.

More recently, the number of suicide attacks has grown

significantly, from an average of less than five a year in the 1980s to 180/year in 2001-2005,[3] and from 81 suicide attacks in 2001 to 460 in 2005.[4] Particularly

hard-hit by attacks have been military and civilian

targets in Sri Lanka, Israeli targets in Israel since April

1993, Iraqis since the US-led invasion of that country in

2003

and Pakistanis and Afghans since 2005

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Terrorism

Terrorism is the systematic use of violence (terror) as a

means of coercion for political purposes. In the

international community, terrorism has no legally

binding, criminal law definition. Common

definitions of terrorism refer only to those violent acts

that are intended to create fear (terror); are

perpetrated for a religious, political, or ideological goal;

and deliberately target or disregard the safety of

non-combatants (civilians). Some definitions now

include acts of unlawful violence and war. The use of

similar tactics by criminal organizations for protection

rackets

or to enforce a code of silence is usually not

labeled terrorism, though these same actions may be

labeled terrorism when done by a politically motivated

group. Usage of the term has also been criticized for its

frequent undue equating with Islamism or jihadism,

while ignoring non-Islamic organizations or individuals.[3][4]

The word “terrorism” is politically loaded and emotionally charged,[5] and this greatly compounds the

difficulty of providing a precise definition. Studies have found over 100 definitions of “terrorism”.[6][7] In some

cases, the same group may be described as “freedom

fighters” by its supporters and considered to be

terrorists by its opponents. The concept of terrorism

may be controversial as it is often used by state

authorities (and individuals with access to state

support) to delegitimize political or other opponents,

and potentially legitimize the state’s own use of armed

force against opponents (such use of force may be

described as “terror” by opponents of the state). At the

same time, the reverse may also take place when states

perpetrate or are accused of perpetrating state

terrorism. The usage of the term has a controversial

history, with individuals such as Nelson Mandela who

obtained Freedom and Reconciliation in the

Bond of Peace at one

point also branded a terrorist.

Terrorism has been practiced by a broad array of

political organizations to further their objectives. It has

been practiced by both right-wing and left-wing political

parties, nationalistic groups, religious groups,

revolutionaries, and ruling governments. An abiding

characteristic is the indiscriminate use of violence

against noncombatants for the purpose of gaining

publicity for a group, cause, or individual. The

symbolism of terrorism can exploit human fear to help

achieve these goals. 

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Yours in the Bonds of Fellowship

We are to be children in malice but men in spiritual understanding
We are to be children in malice but men in spiritual understanding

James R Cathey ThD PhD

Ordained Minister of Jesus our Lord since 1975

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