Introduction

            Terrorism can be defined as violence and activity to create terror among the society. The aim of terrorism is to spread fear, the motive is to spread terror and eliminate peace form the world. Terrorist aim to destroy peace from the environment and create fear among the people. It is often assumed that terrorist is often supported by various political parties around the world. There are groups that are often supported by powerful parties encouraging the terrorist to develop more terrorist activities. Terrorism is not merely defined by jurisdictions. It is an unlawful practice that is adopted in the society for creating intimidation and violence, the act is often created against civilians. The aim is to pursuits politically. Terrorism is merely defined in numerous act. Terrorist has been considered to be as debate that is rectified by international bodies. These terrorist activities has been able to develop fear among the people1.

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            The aim of the assignment is to highlight definition of terrorism that has been defined is various acts with respect to every country. Although the ultimate definition of terrorism is to create terror among the society but it has been defined slightly differently in other acts. The assignment will define the context along with controversies associated with terrorism. International deflation of terrorism as well as UK’s definition of terrorism. The argument presented will be supported by case laws along with articles that have already been published.

 

International Definition of Terrorism  

            In accordance with International Criminal Law, terrorism does not have any specified definition that is acceptable in the society. There are various legal system that defines terrorism activities as premeditated activities that are motivated by political parties, violence that is combatant with specific targets along with groups and agents that are clandestine. As in accordance with Matusitz, terrorism can be defined as violence or may be threat to violate ideological, political, social and religious objectives. Terrorism is often committed through governments, under covered personnel and non-state actors. There are number of different terrorist groups that are indulged in terrorist activities. The under covered personnel along with non-state actors works on behalf of respective governments supporting government activities2.  Few words are plagued by so much indeterminacy, subjectivity and political disagreement as ‘terrorism’. The ordinary linguistic meaning of ‘terrorism’ is instantly evocative and emotive, referring to extreme fear, or intense fright or dread. By itself, a literal meaning is not particularly helpful in defining terrorism as a legal term, since many forms of violence, from mugging to warfare, can cause terror.

            The deceptively simple, literal meaning of terrorism is overlaid with centuries of political connotations, referring at different times to State and non-State conduct. A despite the shifting and contested meanings of ‘terrorism’ over time, its peculiar semantic power is its capacity to denigrate and dehumanise those at whom it is directed – including legitimate political opponents. As has often been noted, the term is ideologically and politically loaded; pejorative; implies moral, social and value judgment; and is often abused. In light of the kaleidoscopic uses of the term, it is fallacious to pragmatically assert that terrorism is recognisable without difficulty, or to intuitively claim that ‘what looks, smells and kills like terrorism is terrorism’.1 Disagreement about terrorism runs much deeper than technical disputes about drafting; it reflects doctrinal, ideological and jurisprudential arguments about who is entitled to exercise violence, against whom, and for what purposes.

            Terrorism originally comes from the word “terrorisme”, the word originally comes from a French word. The meaning of the word is “to frighten”. Terrorism has been defined in international law by Ben Saul stating that terrorism is the combination of principled and pragmatic arguments that supports cases also defining different violence activities. There are number of strategies that have been developed by United Nations as well for providing protection to the people who have been highly effected with terrorist activities3. As per United Nations it has been regulated as combats along with the conventions that are necessary for protecting people effected by terrorist activities. International law as helped in developing number of treaties that has played role for normative expressing and condemn acts that are forbidden. A combination of pragmatic and principled arguments supports the case for defining terrorism in international law. The resilience of the term terrorism testifies not only to its political utility, but also to its popular symbolic resonance.

            The term seductively encapsulates a phenomenon of political violence widely condemned in many societies as anti-social, amoral, inhumane, and deviant. If criminal law is designed to protect social values, express popular repugnance at unjustifiable violence, and stigmatise immoral conduct, the term terrorism serves as a symbolic draw-card embodying many such judgments. The practice of States evidenced through UN organs and other international organisations, provides a number of grounds for defining and criminalizing terrorism. While there are conceptual problems with each of these arguments, on the whole they provide coherent and principled reasons for defining terrorism, in order to protect vital international community values and interests.

            International Criminal law4, has been subsequent with the rationales that have developed over the period of years. As in accordance under the treaties that have been committed under United Nations. The speakers agreeing to the terms as declared that consensus with the explanation of the morning factors as decided by the elated terms5.   Having effect to the committee that have been working in the comprehensive manner also helps in determining the rationales as associated. As in accordance with sixth committee of international body fairs it has been stated that terrorism is increasing in the world very rapidly6. The associated gaps are there of required for overcoming the barriers completing the discussion that needs to fold and withheld as required. Although there have been associated factors comprehensive while determine the protocols of the system as developed.    

 

UK’s Definition of Terrorism

            As in accordance with the legal system of United Kingdom and further as stated in Terrorism Act, 2000 section 1, act of terrorism can be interpreted as a threat to life. The actions can further be interpreted as threat that can fallen with the actions as carried by the government. The threat having designed with the subsequent measures that can be intimated with the rationale associated with the public and the rationale as adopted with the international pace. The organization associated with terrorism may often defend the principles that can carry on to the political and religious events associated with the advancing with the religious practices. The ideological issues with the subsequent actions. The involvement may be clear with all the actions7. The violence with the people can claim to have causing effects that can create threat among the people. The international government bodies often recreate factors that can intimidate with the actions of the public. The interoperated results may often effect with the ideological factors8.

            In accordance with the UK legal system it has been verified with the rationale practices that there have been practical importance as imposed by the authorities. As in further stated in article, these can be encouraged with proscribe with the areas that requires cordon. The threat continues to diversify, as violent Islamist groupings use revolution, conflict and weakened governance to gain footholds in North Africa, East Africa, West Africa and the Middle East. The most significant al-Qaida affiliates are AlQaida in the Arabian Peninsula AQAP, the al-Nusrah Front ANF in Syria and Iraq, Al-Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb AQIM and Al-Shabaab in Somalia. Other groups have less developed links to al-Qaida but have adopted elements of its ideology, most notably Boko Haram and Ansaru, Nigerian groups linked to AQIM. No longer an al-Qaida affiliate (and subject to criticism even by Abu Qatada, in impromptu press conferences given during his trial in Jordan), ISIS claimed global headlines in 2014 for its atrocities in Syria, incursions into large parts of Iraq and declaration of a transnational Caliphate, prefaced by meticulous planning and sophisticated use of social media9.

            TA 2000, which received Royal Assent on 20 July 2000, was the United Kingdom’s first permanent counter-terrorism statute. Previous legislation had provided for a power to proscribe terrorist organisations, a range of specific offences connected with terrorism and a range of police powers relating to such matters as investigation, arrest, stop and search and detention. That legislation had been designed in response to Northern Ireland related terrorism (though from 1989 some of its provisions were extended to international terrorism) and it was subject to annual renewal by Parliament. 1.5. TA 2000 reformed and extended the previous legislation, and put it on a permanent basis. It built upon the Government’s consultation document Legislation against terrorism (Cm 4178), published in December 1998, which in turn owed much to Lord Lloyd of Berwick’s Inquiry into legislation against terrorism (Cm 3420), published in October 1996 and the essential starting point (along with the published works of my Special Adviser, Professor Clive Walker of the University of Leeds), for anyone who seeks to understand the structure and evolution of United Kingdom counter-terrorism law10.

            Further in accordance with terrorism act, 2000, there have been rationale development with the current factors along with the sections as providing the importance of activities carrying with the activities along with overthrowing the influential activities. The act further defines with the measures that needs concentration with the developed authorities. With regards to the international development in the society and universal agreement it is necessary that countries that have not fair judgment with respect to the associated range in the treaties as developed internationally. The development of the international accepted factors and actions that have different strategies that needs to be prolonged with the international treaties of the submitted consequences of treaties11.

 

Context and Controversies of Terrorism  

            As in accordance with the rationale that requires to be developed with the context and controversies with respect to terrorism includes different factors. The debates along with disputes that can prolong with the comprehensive draft can get along with the committee as developed with United Nations12. The quest to provide a single definition of terrorism in the UK finds its origins in the recommendations made by Lord Lloyd in his 1996 Inquiry into Legislation against Terrorism report.46 Lord Lloyd’s report was produced at a time when the main definition of terrorism in UK law was contained in the Prevention of Terrorism (Temporary Provisions) Act 1974 (PTA). Section 14(1) of the PTA 1974 defined terrorism as “the use of violence for political ends, and includes any use of violence for the purpose of putting the public or any section of the public in fear.’47 The PTA 1974, motivated by the conflict in Northern Ireland and in particular the threat posed by the IRA, only covered acts of domestic terrorism. Lord Lloyd, concerned by this distinction between domestic and international terrorism proposed that any new legislation should contain a definition which covered all forms of terrorism. He then recognized the difficulties in providing just a single definition of terrorism, noting that he was aware of “at least four different definitions of terrorism’ in US law.48 Nevertheless, he then went on to recommend the following definition as used by the FBI as a template for which a UK definition could be based upon:

            The outrages of activities that needs assassination of state can help in verifying with the state and attendant and clauses as associated can help in development. There have been various forbidden activities as associated with the laws having effected with the international activities working in precise and criminalization to the factors that can help in determining conventional of terrorism. As in accordance under the treaties that have been committed under United Nations. The speakers agreeing to the terms as declared that consensus with the explanation of the morning factors as decided by the elated terms.   Having effect to the committee that have been working in the comprehensive manner also helps in determining the rationales as associated. As in accordance with sixth committee of international body fairs it has been stated that terrorism is increasing in the world very rapidly. The associated gaps are there of required for overcoming the barriers completing the discussion that needs to fold and withheld as required. Although there have been associated factors comprehensive while determine the protocols of the system as developed. Terrorism is often committed through governments, under covered personnel and non-state actors.

            The international and applicable practices can induce with the act making criminal activities directed with the persons who have integrity

            Further in accordance with terrorism act, 2000, there have been rationale development with the current factors along with the sections as providing the importance of activities carrying with the activities along with overthrowing the influential activities. As stated with the government rationale that requires acceptance varies forbade with the associated government factors.

 

R v F 

            The appeal of court was made within criminal division, this was adopted with the material that required to be informed as with the scope and the defense scoped with the government preparing with the regional development as required with the reasonable requirements as obligated with the acts as presented. The terrorism reforms that have been developed with the scope. As in accordance with section 1 of terrorism act, this can further be stated with the threat that being developed with the threat that needs to be focus along with the subsequent actions as proposed. The actions further defines the limitations that are designed to be submitted with the intimated publications as sourced with the political activities as reformed13.

            There have been international governmental courses with the actions as they can present with the references that can indulge with the purpose that commits with the actions as proposed. There was no ambiguity or absurdity in section 1. Read as a whole, s 1 of the Act did not specify that the ambit of its protection was limited to countries abroad with governments of any particular type of possessed of the characteristics of representative government. There was no schedule or statutory instrument which identified the countries whose governments were included in s 1(4)(d) or excluded from the application of the Act. Moreover, the legislation did not exempt, nor make an exception, or create a defence for, nor exculpate what some would describe as terrorism in a just cause. Such a concept was foreign to the Act. It had been open to Parliament to decide that, because of the evils of terrorism and the manifold dangers that terrorist activities created, it should impose a prohibition on the residents on the residents of the UK from participating or seeking to participate in terrorist activities, which might have a devastating impact wherever in the world they occurred14.

            The case further states that, implications that have been associated with the reforms, Terrorist aim to destroy peace from the environment and create fear among the people. It is often assumed that terrorist is often supported by various political parties around the world. There are groups that are often supported by powerful parties encouraging the terrorist to develop more terrorist activities. Terrorism is not merely defined by jurisdictions. It is an unlawful practice that is adopted in the society for creating intimidation and violence, the act is often created against civilians. The aim is to pursuits politically. Terrorism is merely defined in numerous act. Terrorist has been considered to be as debate that is rectified by international bodies. These terrorist activities has been able to develop fear among the people. Section 58, further elaborates with the rationale that actions May political referencing may further add to the commitments as situated with the intimated referencing action information15.

            The appeal in accordance with the submitted actions purposed with the act that was submitted by the countries and the actions that required commitments. The moral values along with the democratic values underpinned with the actions. The criminal liability stands with the principles that can prolong with the actions. The contemporary actions that were liable with the activities of the government prolonged with news causes and alleged actions. There are still ambiguities to the absurdity that can help in real development of the specified protection. The criminal activities that defense with the count of the country laws implemented with the possessed actions as required. As in accordance with the case of Salomon v Customs and Excise Commissioners 1966 3 All ER 87116, it were stated that there were activist groups that prolonged with the communist and considered it as a part that needs to be admitted with different dimensions. The entailment also opposed with the practices having permission to entitle with the matters that requires argue to form the basis along with reasonable excuses that can prolong with different dimensions seeking practices and devastating with the prolonged actions that can be solved with permitted in advancement excuses along with matter of law as associated. The appeal of the court further prolonged with the provisions regime in tyrannical falls that can encourage with parliamentary actions that can further excess to provisions that are statutory. The similar regimes were expected to be followed with the other cases that had similar activities17.