Bombings

Bombings have become the hallmarks of modern terrorism. Bombings can causemass casualties,inflict great damage to property and buildings,lead to widespread demoralization andprovoke massive, often misdirected government repression– all ideal terrorist aims, and all accomplished with a modest investment in resources and training. The use of timers, fuses and remote-control devices allow the bomb planters themselves to escape with relative ease. Bombings are far less logistically complex than hostage takings or assassinations. Possibly half of all terrorist actions over the years have consisted of bombings, and practically all mass-casualty terrorist actions have resulted from bombings.[1] Since the early 1980s, terrorists have also made increasingly effective use of suicide bombings, the subject of a separate entry. Photo: 2008 Cotabato, Mindanao island. Philippines. Abu Sayyaf Group bomb maker.  http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/2309431243/First Use of…

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