Thursday, March 27, 2008

Is Chinese action in Tibet terrorism?

Jerrold M. Post and Louise Richardson talks with Riz Khan on what motivates terrorists.

Their books;
The Mind of the Terrorist: The Psychology of Terrorism from the IRA to al-Qaeda
by Jerrold M. Post

What Terrorists Want: Understanding the Enemy, Containing the Threat
by Louise Richardson

More interesting


Anonymous said...

If war on terrorism is terrorism itself, then chinas actions could be considered terrorism too.

On the other hand, China only fights acts of violence initiated and financed by foreigners. What would you think if Europeans would fall in love with the culture of the Lakota and finance violent riots in the US.


Ian said...

Almost all Chinese people are angry with that Western medias are distorting the fact. I wonder why the media continue to do something unjustice. That is absolutely crime of Tibetians. And Western media is also a criminal who helps those criminals to do something ugly. Listen to Chinese people today, who reflects totally diferent to Tibetian terrorism compared with to 1989 Tian-an-men. All people should face the fact, but not doing something rubbish. Western media helps terrorism of Tibetian so-called terrorism, which only could arouse rationism of China. Western media, together with rubbish politician is real terrorism, who should be sentenced to prison.