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75 This group displayed many of the traits of terrorism organization and conduct: clandestine, cellular, impatient and unable to organize the constituents they claimed to represent; and a tendency to increase the level of violence as pressures on the group mounted. However, they would sometimes call off attacks that might endanger individuals other than their intended target. v. ” Simon Schama, Citizens: A Chronicle of The French Revolution (New York: Alfred A. , 1989), 405 & 447. v. ” 74 1-14 A Military Guide to Terrorism in the Twenty-First Century 15 August 2005 casualties in their operations.

Hardcore fighters, many of which are foreign, aligned with terrorist groups who want to turn Iraq into another Afghanistan to be used as an anti-Western stronghold to export Islamic revolution to other countries. • Conservative Iraqis who want to install an Islamic theocracy, but stay away from terror tactics. • Ordinary criminals that are paid to conduct attacks, or who kidnap westerners and sell them to the terrorists. Real-world events can also present situations that are vague and open to multiple interpretations for the same group.

V. ” 72 Caleb Carr, The Lessons of Terror: A History of Warfare Against Civilians: Why it has Always Failed and Why it will Fail Again (New York: Random House, 2002), 52-63. 70 1-13 A Military Guide to Terrorism in the Twenty-First Century 15 August 2005 became nations, they had sufficient means to enforce their authority and suppress activities such as terrorism. ” Use of the word "terrorism" began in 1795 in reference to the Reign of Terror initiated by the Revolutionary government. ” The French Revolution provided an example to future states in oppressing their populations.

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