Terrorism is a complex and tragically violent topic that affects every corner of the globe. Terrorist attacks may be domestic, such as those that have occurred in Oklahoma City, Iraq, or Colombia. They may also be carried out by external threats such as those that have occurred in Spain, England, and the United States. In many cases, the violence of terrorism is met with more violence in the form of retribution.
In most cases, terrorism is almost always unjustified. while this statement may hold true from a moral
perspective, in certain, extreme conditions, the terrorist acts may be justified on account of the “moral disaster” they are trying to prevent or stop.
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the instances where it may be termed 'morally right' is in the case of freedom fighters who use violence means against the colonialist in order to set their people free from the colonial rule. Otherwise terrorism is never morally right.