In this analysis, how and why terrorists use media tools and why and how they cover the media of terrorist incidents, and ultimately how this kind of exploitation and coverage of terrorism and media affect the victims of terrorism Will be examined.
Dealing with terror alone does not represent terrorism. Terror must be used as a “symbolic act” and aimed at influencing political behavior through abusive practices. Terrorism is the use of force or the threat of the use of force for violence by a person or group, whether by force or in opposition to it. This action is aimed at creating fear or anxiety or the effectiveness of inducing fear in one The group is distinct from excluding the victims, with the aim of forcing a particular faction to accept the political demands or the rights of its predecessors.
Diagnosis is the primary factor for success. If the people identified and paid attention to the victims, the terrorists will not achieve their goals and will fail. While terrorists will succeed if people identify or pay attention to those who are responsible or at least neutral and indifferent to actions. Terrorism, however, uses violence and its success, depends on the identification of the audience on the grounds of the terrorists, rather than the innocence of the victims.
This analysis also examines the competing nature of the destructive role of the media in covering terrorist incidents and what the terrorists and governments want when it comes to covering a terrorist incident. Among all these sounds, the excitement and malice of this analysis will be how victims of terrorism will lead a new chapter in the co-operation and coexistence of all three media elements, terrorism and victims of terrorism in order to achieve the true facts of the nature of the terrorist sects.