Separatist Terrorism

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Separatist Terrorism

Introduction to Separatist Terrorism

PRIMARY SOURCES

Fenian Brotherhood

Anonymous, 1868

Bylaws of the Organization: Union or Death

Black Hand, 1911

"Easter, 1916"

William Butler Yeats, 1916

Hebron Massacre

Sir Walter Sidney Shaw, 1930

Ruins of Jerusalem's King David Hotel

Mendelson Hugo, 1946

"President Resting: Awakened by Shots"

Anthony Leviero, 1950

Capture of Viet Minh Guerrilla

The Associated Press, 1950

The Algerian Army (ALN)

Joan Brace and Richard Brace, 1965

"We Did Not Wish to Wage a Colonial War"

Louis M. Scheyven, 1961

"Bloody Friday—It Was the Worst Yet"

Bernard Weinraub, 1972

Munich Olympics and Black September

Kurt Strumpf, 1972

U.S. Ambassador to Sudan Assassinated

Richard D. Lyons, 1973

Puerto Rican Nationalists

The Associated Press, 1975

"Magazine Says it Interviewed Top Terrorist"

New York Times, 1979

TWA Flight 847 Hijacking

Unknown, 1985

"Terror on Flight 847"

Ron Eschmann, 2003

"A Mediterranean Nightmare"

Mary Janigan, 1985

Bomb Aboard TWA Flight 840

Philip Dopoulos, 1986

The Stone Children

Rod Nordland, 1988

Real IRA

John Murray Brown, 1998

Omagh Bombing by Real IRA

John Mullin and Ewen MacAskill, 1998

Suicide Bombers Target Israelis

Ohad Gozani, 2002

PLO Leadership

The World Tribune, 2002

Chechens Seize Moscow Theater

Julius Strauss and Ben Aris, 2002

Russia-Chechnya Conflict

Society for Russian-Chechen Friendship, 2002

"Crash Probe Turns to Bombs, 2 Women"

Anatoly Medetsky, 2004

Beslan School Massacre

Sergey Ponomarev and NTV-Russian Television Channel, 2004

"Orde says IRA offer 'was to Kill'"

BBC News Online, 2005

Statement to Parliament on the London Bombings

Tony Blair, 2005