Coming Soon in Motion Picture. Kemala is a beautiful and innocent orphaned medical school student, who comes from the suburbs of West Java, and was raised in a mix of love and heartache by her mother's friend. Longing for God to fulfill the emptiness inside of her, she is introduced by Rafa, her best friend at school, to an organization who later leads them both into making an oath, solely and faithfully to the group. They are led to believe that the blood of people outside their group is halal and therefore, they are permitted to rob and harm these people accordingly. Kemala is soon entrapped in a situation leading her into a deadly web of terrorism, as she is brained-washed in a remote area. She begins to embrace the belief that all non-Muslim people are profaner (kafir), especially those who come from Western countries. She becomes so wrapped within the teachings she has been following, that she becomes militant willingly ready to give up her life for the cause of what she believed in. Prakasa, a special anti-terror agent, is a skeptical, cynical, and cold hearted man who never falls in love due to his childhood of hardship, that is until he must confront Kemala during an undercover mission, he starts to struggle with his own feelings, and finally has to make the ultimate decision, between life and death.
This unique volume explores Europe's most dangerous communist terrorist organizations and reveals how they use violence as a means of political communication and persuasion. It outlines seven terrorist groups from Germany, Greece, Spain, France, Belgium, Italy and Turkey and gives their modus operandi, rationale and political messages in translated communique s never before available in English.
This book studies what has generally been regarded as intangible: the relationship between news media coverage and terrorist success. Utilizing his four-year database of barricade-and-hostage and hijacking atrocities by international terrorists and the coverage afforded those events by newspapers from three Western nations (Germany, Great Britain, and the United States), Richard W. Schaffert observes the effect of media coverage (newspaper column space provided, articles and photographs published) on whether concessions were made to terrorist demands, and establishes a strong positive relationship between coverage and terrorist success. In Chapter 1, Schaffert establishes a definition of political terrorism by identifying the basic elements that distinguish it from other forms of political violence, then rigorously applies this definition throughout his analysis. The functions of political terrorism are reviewed, with special consideration given to the use of terrorism as an instrument of politics. Schaffert evaluates state experiences with political terrorism in terms of the nature of the threat, countermeasures employed, the media's role, and the relationship between public, press, and government. Finally, the question of the responsibility of a democratic society's media in the reporting of terrorism is considered. Schaffert's extensive database, which is included as an appendix, will prove invaluable for further research in the area.
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