Terrorism and the Arab Waves : the focusof the global challenge

       The humanitarian community as a whole suffers many risks that undermined the stability and security such as wars and colonialism, racial discrimination, and terrorism, the latter, who form a strong storm large wave hit the world polluted the subtropical climate, which in itself is the biggest challenge to the global threat to the economy of the State, which depend on it.
And terrorism, which has become an issue of the time now, who is attacking the lives and public and private property with his offenses the provisions of international law, including the general principles of law in the sense that furnish article 38 of the statute of the International Court of Justice.
If we search for causes we cannot identify them or the person who caused the terrorist crime because of killing him while performing the criminal process, in which the place and appropriate and readiness to implement the mahtmth and the consequences of the bombing of the human and material losses to the state.

       recent times, terrorism has become the biggest space universally challenged his crimes were deployed extensively in the whole world, such as what happened in the city of Nice (France) and the University of Bristol (UK), Germany, on the one hand, on the other hand, we find extremism rampant terrorism frequently in Arab states such as Egypt, Tunisia, Libya, Iraq and others, which has become a widespread phenomenon far behind left many material and human losses such as the destruction of homes, mosques and places of entertainment and sightseeing antiques from during these explosions launched by groups and terrorist organizations.
      As the world waits on the evolution of the situation in the Middle East and Mae happened from conflicts within States like the Arab States, which knew a wave of mobility and the fall of the dictatorial regimes, which for more than 40 years, which left remorse by the peoples want liberty and search for good economic and social conditions are far from persecution and collection of freedoms.
       mobility of peoples through the brutal terrorist assault made nice Middle East violence between these areas of Syria, which suffered from the destruction of infrastructure and the high level of insecurity, violence and the decline of the livelihood of the syrians or not available, which led them to the Syrian asylum seekers to neighboring countries such as Turkey, Jordan, Iraq, Egypt and many European countries, the presence of refugees from different countries of the world in European countries, which is considered one of the interested States and welcoming refugees Syrians to attach to economic, political and cultural relations, as well as geographical proximity, on the one hand, which impact on the security and stability of the countries of the European Union, which led to the intervention of the American foreign ministry commissioner of the European Union to study this crisis and the conditions for the flow control Toward a Europe of the huge party.

       Typically these terrorist cases we find the issue of human rights activist Lamia Haji Bashar Islamic girl from the village of Kogo in Iraq and the tragedy of criminality in the right when he was kidnapped by a terrorist group (Archives) and handing it over to a doctor where he was exposed to torture and physical violence, beatings, and tried to contact, but when we pray in secret, in line benefited, during several visits by the family of a friend of the doctor, but it tried to escape more than once but became unsuccessful attempts, but returned to try again with Isidic girls but they died because of the mines in the bus bombing, but is she escaped death but deformed reared its ugly head and was able to access the Kurdish region in a timely manner has been conveyed to hospital for treatment, which she escaped criminal terrorism including the act.
And the cpvpv said that the region inhabited by lamia Bashar sees the entry of terrorist groups frequently, in addition to climate change, is seated reason behind the spread of terrorism, and violence in the international communities, which suffer from poverty and inequality resulting from drought and thus we consider terrorism a global challenge to invade the Arab world as a whole.

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