The world will never be the same again after the terrible attack on the economic U.S., the military U.S., the foreign policy U.S., and on human beings like all of us. We embrace the victims of the violence, of all violence, in deep grief, and express our hope that perpetrators will be brought to justice. Violence at this level can only be explained by a very high level of dehumanisation of the victims in the minds of the aggressors, often due to a very deep level of unresolved, basic conflict. The word “terrorism” may describe the tactics, but like “state terrorism” only portrays the perpetrator as evil, satanic, and does not go to the roots of the conflict.
class struggle, Islam, Johan Galtung, September 11 terrorist attacks, United States
"The United States, the West and the Rest of the World,"
Peace and Conflict Studies: Vol. 8:
2, Article 5.
Available at: https://nsuworks.nova.edu/pcs/vol8/iss2/5