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'''Islamic terrorism''' is a form of [[terrorism]] by those whose motivations are rooted in their interpretations of [[Islam]]. <ref>[http://www.reference.com/search?q=Islamist+terrorism Reference.com;"Islamic terrorism"]</ref> Over 25% of terror-related attacks of violence in 2007 were caused
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'''Islamic terrorism''' is a form of [[terrorism]] by those whose motivations are rooted in their interpretations of [[Islam]]. <ref>[http://www.reference.com/search?q=Islamist+terrorism Reference.com;"Islamic terrorism"]</ref> Over 25% of terror-related attacks of violence in 2007 were caused by those self-identifying as "Islamic".
  
 
== The Roots of Terror ==
 
== The Roots of Terror ==

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Islamic terrorism is a form of terrorism by those whose motivations are rooted in their interpretations of Islam. [1] Over 25% of terror-related attacks of violence in 2007 were caused by those self-identifying as "Islamic".

The Roots of Terror

According to the National Counterterrorism Center, the Islamic State of Iraq (aka al-Qa’ida in Iraq), more than any other subnational group, claimed they conducted attacks with the highest casualty totals. [2]

al-Qaeda

Al-Qaeda, or "the base" was founded by Osama bin Laden and Ayman al-Zawahiri in Afghanistan.

Also See

References