Experts discuss roots of terrorism

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Paul Wallace, a terrorism expert and political science professor at MU, said he thinks there are three underlying motivations for terrorism: ethnicity, religion and ideology.
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Paul Wallace, a terrorism expert and political science professor at MU, said he thinks there are three underlying motivations for terrorism: ethnicity, religion and ideology.

COLUMBIA — Terrorist attacks such as those that took place on Sept. 11, 2001, are usually provoked by the politicization of ethnicity, religion or ideology, an MU terrorism expert said.

“They’re people,” said Paul Wallace, a political science professor who teaches a course about terrorism. “They have the same kinds of behavior changes we do, but they become radicalized.”

Terrorists tend to become suspicious and paranoid, he said.

While the public eye is focused on terrorist groups that practice certain religions, the psychological patterns have the potential to extend to a

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“Every religion, without exception, has extremist elements and has engaged in violence,” Wallace said.

Terrorists have a legitimacy battle with society, he said. They think they are the minority, so they engage in terrorism to justify themselves to the majority.

“Terrorists more feel that they have truth and the others are false,” he said. “They (believe they) are the repository of truth.”

Steve Hackley, a psychologist at MU, said that while many people focus on the link between terrorism and religion, there’s a larger correlation between terrorism and engineering training. He noted that several of the hijackers involved in the 9/11 attacks had such training.

While the role of women in terrorism is often overlooked, they also sometimes play a part. Women can

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be radicalized in their search for equality and acceptance, Wallace said. Revenge over the brutalization or disappearance of a close relative is often the motive that triggers their acts of violence.

“There is a cliché that violence greets violence,” he said.