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1. what is Terrorism
2. Definition from the Arab Convention for the Suppression Terrorism
3. Types/forms of Terrorism
• State Terrorism
• Bio Terrorism
• Cyber Terrorism
• Eco Terrorism
• Nuclear Terrorism
• Narco Terrorism
• Suicide terrorism(psychological warfare)

Islam and prohibition of Terrorism
1. Meaning of word ISLAM: derived from word “Salam” meaning: peace
2.Quranic Verses
4.Examples from Islamic History
5. Misunderstaing of Islam
• False media projection
6.How to remove false misperception
• Mass awareness
• Reconstructing OIC

Terrorism past & Present Scenario
1. Terrorism as a Religious Imperative
2. Trends in Terrorism
3. The Future Terrorist Threat

Pakistan’s role in the war on Terror
1. Wazirastan
2. Actions
3. Effect of Pakistan role in war
• On international level
• Within Pakistan
• Western involvement in terrorism in Pakistan
4. Future concern

Causes of Terrorism
1. Social and political injustice
2. Psychological Causes of Terrorism, Violence and Extremism
3. Educational Causes of Terrorism and Extremism
4. Rapid modernization and urbanization
5. Discrimination on the basis of ethnic or religious
6. Repression by foreign occupation or colonial powers
7. Historical antecedents of political violence
8. Poverty & Economic deprivation
9. Undemocratic Governments
10. Free flow of weapons
11. Indoctrination
12. Hopelessness
13. Charities that Aren't Charities/ Business Terrorism
14. Training of non-military personnel

Effects of Terrorism
1. Political Instability
2. Psychological problems
3. Social problem
4. Poverty
5. Unemployment
6. Backwardness & Illiteracy
7. Lack of Social Safety Network
8. Inflation
9. Economical Drop down
• Direct economic impact of terrorist attack
• Economic Impact on Financial Markets
• Economic Impact of Defense and Homeland Security…...

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