ATbar Frayman, Amir

Frayman, Amir

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Religion and Culture as Motivations for Terrorism

18/08/2006
It is commonly believed that religion is what motivates terrorist organizations such as Al-Qaeda and its associated organizations, to perpetrate deadly attacks against civilians. However, the fact that only a small minority of Muslims around the world support or are actively involved in these kinds of attacks, raises questions of whether religion is the sole motivator behind terrorism, and what part culture plays in this phenomenon.
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Iran's Nuclear Program - Lessons From the South African Model

15/09/2005

Over the past several years the international community has been faced with the issue of Iran's development of nuclear capabilities. Many see Iranian nuclear weapons as a threat to the world's peace and security, and as an undermining factor to the fragile strategic balance in the Middle East.

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Iran's Nuclear Program - Lessons From the South African Model

15/09/2005

Over the past several years the international community has been faced with the issue of Iran's development of nuclear capabilities. Many see Iranian nuclear weapons as a threat to the world's peace and security, and as an undermining factor to the fragile strategic balance in the Middle East.

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