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Terrorism causes enormous intellectual and moral bewilderment. its shocking influence leads some citizens to believe in their excuses, while many others attribute their cruelty to madness, fanaticism, injustices, clash of cultures, etc. This book responds to the need to shed light on the causes of a criminal practice whose harmful influence has continued to increase since the late 19th century. To this end, it examines terrorism from all its aspects, illustrating the analyses with accounts of the main contemporary terrorist groups and reviewing the multiple suggested explanatory hypotheses and evidence obtained after several decades of Research. After showing the historical heterogeneity of terrorism, it studied its social conditionings and triggers, as well as its characteristics in the global era. It then explores the psychology and arguments of the terrorists themselves, their ideologies and their discourse, and finally the functioning and changing the structure of their organizations.