Terrorism in the Middle East . The middle east is a strong source for many terrorist groups. Most of these groups are based on religious matters rather than political gain. This has not only affected other countries, but the middle eastern countries as well.
Terrorism in the Middle East
The middle east is a strong source for many terrorist groups. Most of these groups are based on religious matters rather than political gain. • This has not only affected other countries, but the middle eastern countries as well. • Citizens of these areas are treated unfairly if they do not cooperate.
UN involvement • 1937 the League of Nations adopted the Convention for the Prevention and Punishment of Terrorism • Several United Nations anti-terrorist conventions have laid important normative foundations. However, far too many States remain outside the conventions and not all countries ratifying the conventions proceed to adopt internal enforcement measures. Also, attempts to address the problem of terrorist financing have been inadequate. While in the three months after 11 September 2001 $112 million in alleged terrorist funds were frozen, only $24 million were frozen in the two years that followed. Seized funds represent only a small fraction of total funds available to terrorist organizations. While many States have insufficient antimoney-laundering laws and technical capacity, the evasion techniques of terrorists are highly developed and many terrorist funds have a lega l origin and are hard to regulate.
With the amount of involvement from other countries, I think that the Middle East will improve dramatically, however, I do not think that terrorism will ever be completely removed from the area.
Often people’s homes are destroyed because they do not support the terrorist group.