Mujo, opet si skrenuo u pricu o religiji. O tome postoji vise tema, pa i citav pdf. malo nizvodno.
Ovo je tema o terorizmu.
Da teroristi svoje djelovanje pravdaju nekakvim (ispravnim ili krivim, nije bitno) tumacenjem religije - nisu izmislili pojedini forumasi, nego teroristi sami to tvrde!
A ocito su vecina danasnjih terorista islamski vjernici, nisu budisti ili sintoisti.
Za one koji imaju vremena i interesa, zanimljiv izvjestaj:
Foreign Fighters and the Threat of Returnees
Key Findings•As the so-called Islamic State (IS) loses territorial control of its caliphate, there is lit-tle doubt that the group or something similar will survive the worldwide campaignagainst it so long as the conditions that promoted its growth remain. Its appeal willoutlast its demise, and while it will be hard to assess the specific threat posed byforeign fighters and returnees, they will present a challenge to many countries foryears to come.•Despite the overall increase in Foreign Fighters since The Soufan Group’s last reportin December 2015, the flow of fighters came to a virtual standstill as the Islamic Statebegan to lose its territory in both Syria and Iraq and states implemented better mea-sures to prevent travel. However, from 2015, there was a marked rise in the numberof foreign women and children traveling to or, in the case of children, being bornin the Islamic State.•While returning Foreign Fighters have not as yet added significantly to the threatof terrorism around the world, the number of attacks inspired or directed by theIslamic State continues to rise. All returnees, whatever their reason for going home,will continue to pose some degree of risk.•There are now at least 5,600 citizens or residents from 33 countries who havereturned home. Added to the unknown numbers from other countries, this rep-resents a huge challenge for security and law enforcement entities.•States have not found a way to address the problem of returnees. Most are impris-oned, or disappear from view. There will be a need for more research and informa-tion sharing to develop effective strategies to assess and address the threat.•Returnee women and children represent a particular problem for States, as theystruggle to understand how best to reintegrate these populations. Proper men-tal health and social support mechanisms will be especially relevant in the caseof children.
Edited by zoran59, 24 October 2017 - 20:23.