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Analyze terrorism


  1. Feel that a great injustice has been done
  2. Have not experienced life in a just society
  3. Have little hope for a good life for themselves
  4. Do not value human life

Fundamental problem:

Q. How do we prevent terrorism?

A. We prevent terrorism by first, ensuring that everyone has a job and second by punishing those who try to take advantage of their fellow citizens.

Many of us are too busy going to work, caring for our families and trying to enjoy our lives to strap on a bomb and try to kill our fellow human beings. Perhaps society should just try to provide a meaningful job for anyone who wants one and then no one will have the time to listen to those who want to control their fellow beings through the power of hate.

Then, we need to decide that people who seek to control their fellow beings by teaching hate are criminals and need to be removed from society.

If society wants to achieve world peace, we need to do two things.

We need to enact and enforce a law at the United Nations level that prohibits any individual or group from initiating or espousing any violent act to advance any cause which places any individual or group at an advantage over any other individual or group.

And we need to ensure that there is full employment in a meaningful, productive job world wide.

The rule of law and full participation in society's meaningful endeavors will provide the environment for a more peaceful life for each of us.

Q. What are al-Qaida's grievances?

A. Al-Qaida's grievances are:

  1. Establishment of Israel in 1948
  2. The alleged desire of the West to occupy Arab lands in pursuit of oil
  3. The stationing of U.S. troops in the gulf region

Ref: Daily Press 09/12/06 [Knowledge is for Acting Upon].

An action plan - Open new fronts on the war against terrorism

  1. Develop a plan to reduce unemployment world wide
  2. Convene a council of religious reconciliation for the major religions
  3. Open a conference for all interested parties to conclude a resolution of the Palestinian issues
"Our path to security lies in equity and opportunity, in fairness, and the goodness to which we are called. No amount of military strength can ever purchase security. Warfare is a product of fear. Fear begets fear, which begets hate." David Underwood
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