Political Responses to Terrorism: Kashmir

Photo: 2010 Karachi, Pakistan.  Out of control fire, Pakistani Taliban suspected.  http://www.network54.com/Forum/242808/thread/1280773600/1282272023/Karachi+burning%2C++%5Bupdate+100+halaled%5DPrior to the occurrence of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, Islamic ‘terrorism’ was considered to be a local movement that specifically affected the geopolitical dispute in which it arose. Entities involved in these conflicts, such as the one between Israel and Palestine and the Kashmir crisis, attempted to comprehend this movement and devise strategies to curtail it. Despite numerous efforts, these disputes and Islamic ‘terrorism’ in them continue unabatedly for decades. The international community failed to see this violent movement as a growing risk that could eventually threaten the security of any nation that had seemingly violated Muslim interests in a given Islamic society. The occurrence of the 9/11 attacks changed this world view…

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Amritha Venkatraman

AMRITHA VENKATRAMAN RESEARCH INTERESTS Islamic terrorism, the Quran and violent Jihad, domestic and international state policies that counter Islamic terrorism, diplomacy and terrorism; non...