Terrorist Group Expansionism

TacticsMilitants in the Middle East originated as off-shoots of nationalist groups devoted to cultural, social, and political objectives. The tactics of the nationalists were diverse, including ideological persuasion, diplomatic lobbying, demonstrations, and boycotts. Armed struggles developed in the 20th century as a nationalist tactic against occupying armies. Its tactics included sabotage and assassination.  Photo: Founding of the Alternative Student Union of Egypt by the Lawyers Syndicate. 99% of the Union were Muslim Brotherhood students, including one woman. http://www.flickr.com/photos/norayounis/302925811/Historical Perspective“Terror” – the targeting of non-military targets – was adopted by a few secret societies under the same circumstances, initially in Egypt against the British and, to use a nationalist expression, “collaorators’. Terror tactics became widespread as a result of political circumstances, with secret societies falling under the patronage of…

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