OpenStudy (anonymous):

2 questions: How has religious fundamentalism impacted the world? Be sure to provide examples of economic, physical, political, or psychological impacts of terrorism in the world. How have the United States and the rest of the world responded to terrorism?

5 years ago
OpenStudy (opcode):

Okay first you have to understand what a "religious fundamentalism" is. $$Fundamentalism:-:$$ $$Fundamentalism$$ refers to a belief in a strict adherence to an established set of basic principles $$(usually$$ $$religious$$ $$in$$ $$nature)$$, sometimes as a reaction to perceived doctrinal compromises with modern social and political life. Since we now know what "$$religious$$ $$fundamentalism$$" is, we can answer the question. Religious fundamentalism has impacted the world for a long time. A Religious fundamentalism, is a person who strictly follows the religious believes. Religious fundamentalism has impacted our would a lot, one example is the Twin Towers. The well know fundamentalist "Osama bin Laden" is responsible behind the attack(terrorism). After that attack it had major impacts. Some know ones are economic, our trade became worse and we were on the edge of another depression. Politics come into play here with anger going through a American President Bush got America to agree to start a war which has gotten bigger since. As well as psychological impacts such as hate crimes on Muslims were dramatically increased, although many were ignored. $$In$$ $$no$$ $$way$$ $$does$$ $$any$$ $$of$$ $$this$$ $$represent$$ $$my$$ $$views.$$ I'll get started on the second on soon :).

5 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

thank you so much on yur help i appreciate it :)

5 years ago
OpenStudy (opcode):

 How have the United States and the rest of the world responded to terrorism?  The United States and the rest of the world responded to terrorism in many ways; One way the United States has respond to terrorism is by: Take the war on terrorism to any nation that harbors international terrorists. Although this subject is very debatable. Thing's that earlier U.S. supported like "We should devote more of our resources to our military forces." is no longer true with our generation. In fact this topic has been declared one of the most controversial topics of all time. The rest of the world responded to terrorism by saying that they would help the United States, which is true. In Afghanistan, the U.S. he trained the original army to be able to handle terrorists themselves. So if you think of it the U.S is the head of "anti-terrorism". $$In$$ $$no$$ $$way$$ $$does$$ $$any$$ $$of$$ $$this$$ $$represent$$ $$my$$ $$views.$$

5 years ago
OpenStudy (opcode):

@KCB Does this explain everything well? Or do you need some more help?

5 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

very well , thanks for helping me undertsnad better :)

5 years ago
OpenStudy (opcode):

No problem :)

5 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

You welcome :P lol jk

5 years ago
Parth (parthkohli):

^ Still a better joke than Twilight.

5 years ago