What are terrorism and doe it have any religious grounds?
The term ‘terrorism’ is derived from the French word la ‘terror’, which translates as ‘fear, terror.’ It also points to its original Latin Genesis, the verb ‘terrible’ is which means ‘to scare, threaten.’ Terrorism is not a method of religious and political struggle. Violence used by people of any religion means an act of rape carried out on a given belief system. The Koran, clearly emphasizes that taking the life of a human equals to destroy all humanity. Terrorists act individually or as a group. Sometimes they create military or paramilitary organizations, attacking civilians; but also there are military ones with so-called ideological motives. The terrorist’s goal is to “paralyze” thousands or even millions by attacks of hatred, including the task of death. Acts of threat and violence aimed at generating a common sense of threat, fear, and uncertainty which may affect both public opinion and political decisions governing a given country or on a global scale. Usually, the Muslim sect of assassins which is known for assassinations of the crusaders is pointed out as the first terrorist organization in history. And probably because of this an unambiguous association of the phenomenon of terrorism with this particular religion has appeared, making the genesis of Islamic terrorism completely secular. For this reason, it is not a correctly constructed concept.