Dictionary of Terrorism

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Index

a
Abu Abbas 3-4 , 193
Abu Ali Iyad 29
Abu Bakr 2
Abu Daoud 28-9 , 187
Abu Musa 193
Abu Nidal (Sabri Khalil al Banna) 1 ;
relations Arafat 16-17 , 29 , 103 , 139 , 298
Abu Sayyaf 10 , 197
Achille Lauro3-4 ;
maritime security issues 166
Action Directe 181
Adornedo, Greg 215
Afghan National Liberation Front 5
Afghanistan 23 , 82 , 93
Agca, Mehmet Ali 5-6 , 275
Ahern, Bertie 142
Akali Dal 242-3
Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigade 6
Al Jazeera 8
Al Jihad 8-9 ;
and Dagestan 62
Al Qaeda 82 , 98 , 112 , 139 , 197 ;
ancestral home 11 ;
and bio-terrorism 26 ;
Bin Laden 189 ;
in Central Asia 33 ;
globalisation 10 ;
hidden strength 10 ;
Libya 161 ;
links
Asbat Al-Ansar 19 ;
links Iraq 9-11 ;
links September 11, 190 ;
narco-terrorism 178 ;
new threats and possibilities post September 11 ;
September 11, 192 , 232 ;
suicide terror 252 ;
training in Iraq 2 ;
USA and 287 ;
world affairs 301
Al Qaeda trial Leicester UK 50
Al Saiqa 193
Al-Fatah 6 , 192 ;
psychology of terrorism therapy 217
Al-Megrahi, Abdel Basset 162
Algeria 7
Algerian Liberation Movement: Fanon and 97
Ali Imron 23
All Assam People's Struggle Council 126
Alpha 66 Group 58
Amnesty International 63
Amritsar Golden Temple 243
An Gof 278
Ananda Marg 126
Anderson T. 159
Angolan Civil War 1974-6 11-12
Angry Brigade (England) 180 , 278
Animal Liberation Front 13-14
Animal Rights 13-14
Animal Rights Militia 14
anthrax attack 27
Anti-Semitic terrorism 15-16
Anti-Terrorism Crime and Security Act 2000 100
Anti-Terrorism Crime and Security Act 2001 50 ;
criticisms 50
April 19 Movement (M-19) 16-17
Arafat, Yasir 3 , 110 , 117 ;
biography 17-18 ;
defending Palestinian cause at UN 207
Arendt, H. (1951) definition of terrorism 66
Argov, Shlomo 1
Aristoto, Norma 215
Armed Movement for Liberation of Iran 137
Armée Islamique du Salut (AIS) 7
Armenians 274-5
army 79
army-police cooperation 18-19 , 131
Aron, R. (1966) definition of terrorism 66
Asbat al-Ansar 19
assassins 20-1
ATE (anti-Terrorism ETA) 24
Aum Shinrikyo 34 , 60 , 148
aviation security and Lockerbie 21-2 , 162
'axis of evil' countries 182
ayatollah 262

b
Baader, Andreas 215 ;
cooperation with Ulrike Meinhof 186
Baader Meinhof 117 , 207
Ba'ath Party 1
Bahjat Abu Gharbuyya 193
Bali bombing 23 ;
intelligence 131-2 ;
Osama Bin Laden 234
Baluchi Students'Organisation 191-2
Baluchi's 136
Baluchistan Liberation Front 191
Bandaranaike, S. 256
Basque terror 23-5 ;
and revolution 267 ;
and threats to the public 218
Bassiouni, M. Ch. (1981) definitions of terrorism 66
Begin, Menachem 304
Beirut: attack on US marine barracks 216 ;
hijack 2 , 25-6
Belfast Agreement (1998) 281
Biological Weapons Convention 27
bio-terrorism 26-7
black city riots in USA 204
Black June and Black September 28

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface and Acknowledgements vi
  • Introduction viii
  • Abbreviations and Acronyms xii
  • Glossary xviii
  • A 1
  • B 23
  • C 32
  • D 62
  • E 82
  • F 97
  • G 103
  • H 112
  • I 126
  • J 147
  • K 151
  • L 156
  • M 164
  • N 177
  • O 185
  • P 191
  • R 220
  • S 229
  • T 256
  • U 277
  • V 293
  • W 296
  • Z 304
  • Films and Documentaries 305
  • Terrorism - A Historical Timeline 309
  • Index 311
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