Israel Emergency Management Terrorism has most commonly been defined as, “The unlawful use of threatened use of force or violence against people or property to coerce intimidate governments”(Coppola 2007: 97). Terrorism in recent years has changed significantly as governments have developed means for dealing with conventional weapons. The result has been unconventional weapons development that has made it harder and harder for governments to fight against terrorism(Lutz and Lutz 2004: 238). Israel is probably the country that has the most experience dealing with terrorism. In fact Israel has internationally been recognized as the experts on emergency management. For example, in “Fuel of the Fire” Alisa Solomon states, Israeli officials are...The end:
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