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Q How long will end terrorism? After the bombing of Brussels Airport? Is not thi

  1. Ahmed-thabet profile image73
    Ahmed-thabetposted 23 months ago

    Q How long will end terrorism? After the bombing of Brussels Airport? Is not this so much?

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  2. lions44 profile image100
    lions44posted 23 months ago

    It will take years.  Stabilizing the Middle East and a reformation within Islam could help end a lot of these events. Europe has also been terrible at assimilation. Taking a hands off approach does not help.

    1. European govts will have to actively engage their immigrant populations and their families. Then they will have to ask, "What are our immigration needs?"  You can't just have a situation where you can take in all comers due to refugee status. These nations are relatively small, they can't absorb the influx. That only causes more problems.
    2. Staying united with its Allies.  In Europe with NATO, in Asia and at the U.N (which often fails at enforcing resolutions).
    3. Keep working on stabilizing Syria and keep Iran in check as well as being vigilant in Iraq.  We broke Iraq, so we must help fix the situation.
    4. Islam itself must aid in the change.  Frank discussions must occur. The main problem being that there is no single figurehead within the religion. So that will take time.
    5. The West must stay calm.  Time is on our side. Most people want to be free and don't want terrorism.

    1. tamarawilhite profile image93
      tamarawilhiteposted 23 months agoin reply to this

      History is on our side means at home you're powerless shut up; outside it means we don't have to do anything, we'll win eventually. But social trends are not always 1 way - and doing nothing doesn't stop much of the world sliding into darkness/Sharia

  3. tamarawilhite profile image93
    tamarawilhiteposted 23 months ago

    Terrorism will not end until:
    * Muslims stop saying the murderers aren't really terrorists and instead denounce them and their actions without making excuses.
    * Moderate Muslims stop hiding in fear from the fundamentalists and start turning them in to police when planning attacks.
    * Muslims as a group recognize the right of others to live as they choose, instead of the second class status under Shariah law (dhimmitude) as long as they pay extra taxes and suffer periodic humiliations.
    * Muslims both recognize and reject the violent core of the Koran, with the more than 150 verses calling for death of the infidel, don't make friends with unbelievers, kill those who were Muslim but change faiths, killing critics of the faith. Admit that these things exist, as exist in the Old Testament of the Christian Bible, and then say those things are no longer applicable to today's world.

    Then, and only then, will terrorism end. Right now, a few guys blowing themselves up to scare others into submitting to second class status under Islam or converting to prevent being killed is a low cost way to conquer a nation - hence why it is done around the world so many times by many Muslim groups every year.

  4. bradmasterOCcal profile image32
    bradmasterOCcalposted 23 months ago

    It will never end as long as the Muslims can't agree on who they follow after Mohammad died. As a prophet Mohammad didn't see that Islam would be split three ways simply because he didn't select his successor when he died.

    Muslims kill each other, when they are not killing non Muslims.
    The facade of God and religion needs to be stripped clean from these terrorists, and treat them like the animals that they are today.

    Islam should be the first to do this stripping, and make it clear to the world that their religion abhors these terrorists and their acts.

    Islam also needs to join together instead of their age old battle of who they should follow after Mohammad. Apparently, their Allah is choosing sides?

    1. tamarawilhite profile image93
      tamarawilhiteposted 23 months agoin reply to this

      They don't have to agree on a leader to unite them. Hindus don't have a Pope, and they don't have wars of conversion/conquest - neither do Buddhists. The problem is the violent majority of text in the Koran.

 
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