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Newsletter about Solutions to Terrorism Worldwide
Say NO to Terrorism!
Terrorism is the worst evil of 21 century. Because of it, people get hurt every day and whole countries are getting destroyed. yehhumnaheen.org is a webiste that brings you content about human rights and terrorism. You can read all about different ways to prevent terrorism and raise awareness about all the international terrorism events. Stay tune on Yeh Hum Naheen (YHM) and support the countries affected by terrorism.
Terrorism by Religion
Not always the terrorist act has a political cause. A terrorism by religion is also possible. The terrorism by religion is based on motivations and aims that have religious character. Since before the Bible, religion and violence have had a symbolic relationship. The latest news on terrorism attacks that happened recently, have been related with religious character, to be more specific with Muslim, mentioning the famous terrifying quote Allah Akbar, but not always that seems to be true.
How can we prevent terrorism?
The unlawful use of violence and intimidation, especially against civilians, in the pursuit of political aims is called terrorism. You can always help to reduce the chance of a terrorist attack, by noticing some suspicious situations. If you notice a suspicious situation, you should report it and notify a member of staff or the security of a building. Solutions to Terrorism Worldwide may be better border controls.
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International Terrorism Events
An International Day of Remembrance of and Tribute to the Victims of Terrorism has been established. We must to give a chance to hear the voice of the victims and survivors of terrorist attacks. By respecting the human rights, we could provide supporting spirit for reducing the damage that has been done by terrorist to individuals and societies. Well known international terrorism events are The Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy, Enhancing Interoperability and Coordinated Communication in the Event of a Chemical or Biological Attack and of course the International day of Remembrance.