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Terrorism, now a global threat

Thursday - September 14, 2017 8:33 am , Category : WTN SPECIAL
Terrorism, now a global threat
Terrorism, now a global threat


Terrorism, now a global threat
 
By  Jaya Khare
Terrorism has come up as the greatest threat to humanity over the last few decades. What was an India-Pakistan's kirmish two decades back is now a global phenomenon as no country today is immune to possible terror strikes. From France to the UK, from the US to Russia, from Kenya to Spain, every country has been privy to terror attacks in recent past.


Thousands of innocent lives are lost every year to a childish fad. Countries which were considered safe and secure are now fast falling prey to shrewd terror designs. Terrorists are devising new advanced ways to sneak in and create disturbance and the world is grappling to find out ways to tame their spread and penetration.


Most of the terror groups originate in the Middle East and Pakistan-Afghanistan region and spread across the world in different garbs. Bigots, harlots, and fundamentalists take to the guns and start intimidating and killing people in the name of religion.


They try to impose a particular ideology in their zealous allegiance to narrow religious beliefs and subjugate and compel people by fear of the gun to follow their ideology, even if it amounts to curtailing of freedom and promoting a parochial outlook of the world. Unfortunately, these harebrained zealots know little about religion and propagate some false beliefs as religious tenets. No religion teaches violence and bloodshed.


 As long as these frustrated youths go on killing people, they are doing the disservice not only to humanity but also their own religion, lending it a bad name and image. Islam is a religion of love and brotherhood and promotes peace and unity like any other religion does.


 It is only skewed and concocted interpretations and maneuverings that gain currency and are trying to be forced down the throat as truth. The religious heads, who have a seminal role in giving society a positive direction, are the prime culprits of inciting morbid and caustic feelings in the youth, taking advantage of their poverty, illiteracy, and joblessness or spiritual vacuum.

The youngest Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai is right when she says, “'I think that the best way to solve problems and to fight against war is through dialogue.

For me the best way to fight against terrorism and extremism... just a simple thing: educate the next generation.”

In October 2012, Malala was attacked and shot by a gunman from Taliban for expressing her views about education for the girl child. She survived the attack and returned stronger to fight terrorism in Pakistan.

The world needs more people like her. The world needs more light, more positivity, more camaraderie and happiness than violence, deaths and regressive beliefs that do no good to anyone. Loving is much easier than hating and killing. 

Political leaderships and religious heads need to sit together and chalk out a roadmap to save the youth from the pitfalls of a destructive ideology and help them join the global mainstream by productive contribution to the progress of science and culture.-Window To News

 
 
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