Thursday, 2 March 2017

India Against Pakistan

Pakistan has been a victim of a number of suicide attacks on public, politicians, police other law-enforcing agencies, and certain buildings. Terrorism is the systematic and organized used of violence and intimidation of force a government or community to act in a certain way, or accept certain demands. This is one of the greatest problems of modern age faced by mankind. Throughout the world, some sort of violence is going on. People belonging to different communities and sects are killing each other. Very strong net-works of terrorist like as India, Afghanistan, America or different part of the world.
India is the most  biggest enemy of the Pakistan and Pakistan's progress like as  C-PAC  project. India did not want that the PSL final match have to play in Lahore. Because India also jealous that the cricket in Pakistan did not reach at global level
As the things go, it is expected that we will suffer more terrorist attacks in the months and years ahead. The terrorists’ targets are unwarned, unprotected persons and facilities. This is, in fact, World War 3, though a different kind of war which we have known. Terrorism is unconventional warfare. There  are no fronts, no armies, and no battlefields.
There are three goals to terrorism. First, to show that the government cannot protect you. It is to make people feel that they are unsafe  wherever they are living. Second, to create reaction and hence more terrorism. Third, to glamorize such acts. For these activity, there must be a significant target such as the twin tower of U.S.A. Communication Technology has also helped the terrorist to coordinate their actions.

Before starting our war against terrorism, we must be clear about the definition of terrorism. Sometimes, all injustice that exist in the world lead people to undertake hateful and destructive acts. The atrocities being committed on Kashmiries  or Palestinians are causing suicidal bombing. Such people are heroes for their nation but Terrorists to the oppressors.

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