Terrorism Essay | Indirect Victims of Terrorism

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Indirect Victims of Terrorism

Summary: Everybody is aware of the direct victims of terrorism: people who were injured or died. But indirect victims are often neglected. In this essay the question who are indirect victims is analyzed. This group includes: Bereaved family members, rescue workers, friends, volunteers and witnesses. Even the terrorists are also victims.
Following the largest terrorist attack on US on September 11, 2001, the nation has changed forever. The number of victims was tremendous: thousands have died or went missing. However, these innocent people who died as a result of the act are direct victims. Many forget that are still tens of thousands who knew someone who was killed or heard about the attack. These people are indirect victims because they also suffered even though not physically but mentally. In addition, even terrorists themselves are also victims: some of their religious believes, some of the strong commitment to the orders of their leaders.

Terrorist violence affects people at all levels of involvement. Bereaved family members, rescue workers, friends, volunteers and witnesses are all indirect victims. Thousands were killed in the attack of September 11, 2002, 259 were killed on the plane and 11 on the ground during the bombing of Pan-Am Flight in 1988, 168 victims...

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