M. Porter, Senior Executive, Master of Art, San Jose
Answered Oct 08, 2020
When you say terrorism, this is an act that is done in order to spike panic and chaos among people. There are some terrorist attacks that may occur because of racism or differences in religion. Terrorist attacks may also happen at the most random times.
There are some terrorists who are willing to sacrifice themselves because they feel that this is for the common good. Hate crimes, on the other hand, may seem similar, but these crimes are done against a specific type of group or person. For example, a person may commit a hate crime against another person because of the person’s race. Terrorism and hate crimes are normally planned.
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A. Samuel, Content Manager, Masters in Marketing and accounting, Florida
Answered May 19, 2020
International terrorism means activities with the following three characteristics: involving violent acts or acts that pose a threat to human life, actions that violate feudal or state law. A hate crime is a traditional offense such as murder, arson, or vandalism, which may or may not be biased. Hate crimes are often spontaneous and fueled by drugs and alcohol.
It is used to send a powerful, concise message perpetrator, victims, and other community members who share the identity. Terrorism, on the other hand, is generally centered around a formal organization or group. It may even ignite a response from formidable groups such as the military.