Terrorism stories, books, poems, and more

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The last words of a very famous man. He hasn't lived yet, but he might. Read More
It's an explosion that'll leave you shaking in this fast-paced Book Three of the Kent/Lander series. Terrorist attacks. A nation on high alert. It shouldn't take an explosion—or death—to deliver a message. It was only half-way through the game when the Miami Mall explodes—leaving Lisa, Lander's wife, critically injured in… Read More
The past catches up with the present in Book One of the thrilling Kent/Lander series! While on a working vacation with his wife, Cyndi, the last thing that novelist Phil Kent expected to see along his morning jog was a body washed up on the shore. An ancient coin was… Read More

Essay / Other

February 20, 2020

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Tags: terrorism

THE FIRST VICTIM OF ETA. MORE THAN 850 VICTIMS WOULD FOLLOW: Twenty-two month old María Begoña Urroz Ibarrola. Read More
A 5-Day huge gathering in Ashraf 3 to support PMOI democratic change in Iran. Read More
New Sanctions on the Iranian Clerical Regime's Supreme Leader, Ali Khamenei, his office, eight generals of Terrorist Designated IRGC Commanders and soon to be sanctioned their FM Zarif. Read More
June 20, 2019 thousands of Iranians gathered to commemorate memories of 120000 Iranian youths executed by the Iranian Mullahs' regime. There has been a 40-year history for a legitimate resistance toward democracy and a non-nuclear country in the Middle East going on by the Peoples Mujahidin of Iran-PMOI, since then.… Read More

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On 14th February,2019 a convoy of vehicles carrying security personnel on the Jammu Srinagar National Highway was attacked by a vehicle borne suicide bomber in Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir in India.The attack resulted in the death of 40 Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel and the attacker.The responsibility… Read More
This article covers links between the Iranian Regime's suppression on side and acceleration of crises inside the nation on the other side. Read More
A story of endless retaliation. After his Afghan family is blown to pieces in a U.S. bombing campaign, Farooq and his Uncle Vetro set out for revenge. Jihad. They plot to spread a deadly virus worldwide using a poker tournament. Read More

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Tags: war, terrorism

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A warrior for the faith. On eating your cake and still having it. Read More

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"Hmmm! here is an interesting thought this story brought up in me. If you could clone yourself and that clone does not suffer the repercussions ..." Read More

Throughout the ages, Islam has been misunderstood and surrounded by a number of false allegations. One of these allegations, given contemporary form, is to associate jihad with terrorism and violence and to claim that the message of Islam was spread through the sword. It is therefore an imperative upon objective… Read More
Terrorism is, in the broadest sense, the use of intentionally indiscriminate violence as a means to create terror among masses of people; or fear to achieve a financial, political, religious or ideological aim. It is used in this regard primarily to refer to violence against peacetime targets or in… Read More

Poem / Poetry

June 03, 2018

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Following in the trend of constant mass devastation worldwide, we all share in the similar feelings of hopelessness. This poem is a reflection of those feelings. Read More
My first story. It is about an American Foreign Exchange student in Germany named Jack who meets a shy girl named Monica and then gets targeted by a French crime organization. Jack must work to save Monica from herself and to save the lives of many. Warning!… Read More
Google thought I was a terrorist and there was nothing I could do about it. Read More
When the President of the United States pressed a green button in front of him, it seemed to the millions watching like nothing at all had happened. What happened in fact, was beyond imagination. Read More
Thoughts of a twelve-year-old millennial. Some years have passed, though. Now I'm a twenty-nine-year-old man. I think I may have changed my line of reasoning and perspective of life Read More
List of children murdered by Euskadi Ta Askatasuna (ETA) Read More
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