Identify the main terrorist threats in Detroit Michigan.
Explain the type and nature of the terrorist threat.
Describe the possible targets of the terrorist threat.
Evaluate the impact the attack would have on the targets and the surrounding populations.
Explain when it is an act of terrorism and when it is not. Explain whether governments commit acts of terror as well.
Explain how political persuasion or coercion is different from traditional terrorism. Evaluate the events or circumstances that led to the creation of the concept of political terrorism.
Analyze whether or not criminal acts of violence against specific groups can be considered acts of terror. Analyze whether or not intimidation for personal gain can be considered acts of terror.
Analyze whether or not ideological advancement is a just explanation for acts of terror.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com August 18, 2018, 2:06 am ad1c9bdddf
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This response discusses terrorism specifically in Detroit, Michigan.