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War, political violence and terrorism have been bleeding humanity throughout the world. This book attempts to shed light on genealogy of terrorism – highlighting the causes of this evil, including religion, wealth disparity, poverty, and unemployment, to name a few. It highlighted one major gray area not discussed by conventional writers – the colonial legacy as the leading cause of such violence.

After the world wars, armed races began between the Capitalist and Communist blocs. Many sprinter groups thus were created and after the Cold War, they left unguarded and many of them became mercenaries for hire by vested interest groups. Business interest and territorial gains overshadowed the consensus of humanity. Greed allowed terrorism to take root and be nurtured. It led religion to be used and abused and innocent people to be victimized by war profiteers.