How and why are religious terrorists often also fundamentalists, amongst Indian, Christian, Jewish

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Full question is: How and why are religious terrorists often also fundamentalists, amongst Indian, Christian, Jewish, and Muslim extremists?

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This will be 2 page essay(it can and should be longer), based on a Chapter Question, starting with the textbook then at least three other sources from any legitimate mainstream book, journal article, periodical, or newspaper.
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In the book is just some basic info, mostly it needs outside sources and the more sources, the better it will get.
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MrMark
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Running Head: REVIEW ON RELIGIOUS TERRORISM
Religious Terrorism
Introduction
How and why are religious terrorists often also fundamentalists, amongst Indian,
Christian, Jewish, and Muslim extremists?
Religion refers to a set of beliefs concerning an organization and worldviews mostly
centered to a supernatural being. However, because of its constant state of evolution, there is no
any particular or established definition that can be accepted universally. Christianity, Islam, and
Judaism are known as Abrahamic religions because they are all traced back to Abraham.
Religious extremism is the central proprietor of the new world terrorism. Even though
nationalism and ideology are still termed as the primary causes of political violence, terrorism in
the name of religion is increasingly becoming the predominant model for the same force.
Religious terrorism is a form of political violence that is propagated or enhanced by a
particular staunch belief that a supernatural power has attributed and commanded. Thereby it's
the carrying out of terrorist activities in the name of portraying strong faith. According to chapter
six (page 127) religious terrorism has attracted the attention of the global communi...

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