Al-Qaida Terrorist Group’s Intentions
The intentions of terrorist groups all around the world are different. In most cases, it is based on religious and political grounds. However, terrorism is not that easy to describe in a few words. It is a machine that is constantly in motion. It is a war that terrifies by the scopes of its area. However, it is a hidden war. It is hard to find out a terrorist group while it is located in different places at once. It is rather outrageous when stating the fact that innocent people die from terrorist attacks.
It is really vital to point out the intentions of terrorists in their astonishing and rather irrational deeds. The idea is that psychological factors play a great role. When a man is taught since childhood that another one is dangerous and represents a great threat to the whole nation, it is possible that this man will live with such belief. Later on, it turns out to be a kind of little aggression that increases once a person joins a terrorist organization, such as Al-Qaida. Victoroff relates such attitude to frustration-aggression, psychopathological, and national cultural theories.
It came out to be that different religions are contradicting one another historically. In turn, the main two, Christianity and Islam, are sticking points for the emergence of conflicts and terrorism, in particular. In the case of Europe and the United States, such powers seem for Muslims to be odd in the Middle East. This is why an intentional penetration into one territory causes the spontaneous destructive penetration of terrorism into the territory of so-called “oppressors.” Most of all, such amoral actions are supported by words in Qur’an, namely: Allah Akbar!