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At least five people were killed and seven injured in a suspected Islamist attack on a police station in Almaty, Kazakhstan’s largest city. Are terrorist attacks going to abate anytime soon?

At least five people were killed and seven injured in a suspected Islamist attack on a police station in Almaty, Kazakhstan’s largest city. Are terrorist attacks going to abate anytime soon?
  • Terrorism Has a Strong Foothold Across Globe

    No country is exempt from terrorism attacks. The increased visibility fuels the unhappy disenfranchised to become either devout followers willing to kill others or isolated wolves acting of their own accord to carry out heinous acts of violence against unsuspecting targets. Until a collection of nations arise against the terrorist leadership to stamp them out, lock them up, eliminate with prejudice the increase of terror attacks will continue.

  • Terrorist attacks are becoming more, not less common

    In a trend that tends to reduce one's faith in humanity, it seems that every other day there is a new headline about a terrorist attack taking place somewhere in the world. Unfortunately, I don't think that trend is going to change anytime soon because we live in a volatile era where divisions between individuals are ever-widening.

  • No, there simply is no solution in effect that will produce the abatement of terrorist attacks.

    No , the terrorist attacks are not going to abate anytime soon. While there is much being said about terrorist attacks, the talk seems to be for the purpose of information alone. Journalists are busy informing the public of the events as they occur. And, there has been an increasing number of terrorist attacks for quite some time. However, a clear decision about how the problem should be addressed has not been made. In order for there to be an abatement to the terrorist attacks there must be a plan and committed endeavor to end them.

  • Terrorist attacks are not likely to abate

    Terrorist attacks are not likely to abate anytime soon. The latest attack was in Almaty, Kazakhstan's largest city. There is an increased chance of an attack from lone wolves that sympathize with the cause rather than large scale, coordinated attacks. This means an increased frequency of terror activity, although smaller in scale.


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