The rise of undefined and to a great extent obscure fear-based oppressor people and gatherings working autonomously and the new enlistment examples of certain gatherings, for example, selecting self-destruction commandos, female and youngster fear based oppressors, and researchers fit for creating weapons of mass obliteration, give a proportion of criticalness to expanding our comprehension of the mental and sociological elements of psychological oppressor gatherings and people. The methodology utilized in this examination is twofold.
A more drawn-out investigation, for instance, would take into consideration the assortment and investigation of the writing created by each gathering as personal histories of previous individuals, bunch reports and declarations, news media interviews, and different assets. Much data about the fear monger attitude and the dynamic procedure can be gathered from such sources. Besides, there is a language obstruction to an assessment of the untranslated writing of the greater part of the gatherings included as contextual investigations in this.
17 November is an extreme radical gathering built up in 1975 and named for the understudy uprising in Greece in November 1973 that fought the decision military junta. 17 November is an enemy of Greek foundation, hostile to the United States, against Turkey, and against NATO bunch that looks for the ouster of US bases from Greece, the expulsion of Turkish military powers from Cyprus, and the cutting off of Greece’s connections to NATO and the European Union (EU).
Abu Nidal Organization (ANO)
Abu Nidal Organization (ANO) a.k.a. Fatah Revolutionary Council, Arab Revolutionary Brigades, Black September, Revolutionary Organization of Socialist Muslims. The ANO worldwide fear based oppressor association was established by Sabri al-Banna (a.k.a. Abu Nidal) after parting from the PLO in 1974. The gathering’s recently realized structure comprised of different practical advisory groups, including political, military, and Financial. In November 2002 Abu Nidal kicked the bucket in Baghdad; the new authority of the association stays indistinct.
Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigade (al-Aqsa)
Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigade (al-Aqsa) a.k.a. al-Aqsa Martyrs Battalion. The al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigade consists of an unknown number of small cells of terrorists associated with the Palestinian Fatah organization. Al-Aqsa emerged at the outset of the 2000 Palestinian intifadah to attack Israeli targets with the aim of driving the Israeli military and settlers from the West Bank, Gaza Strip, and Jerusalem, and to establish a Palestinian state.
Basque Fatherland and Liberty (ETA)
Basque Fatherland and Liberty (ETA) a.k.a. Euzkadi Ta Askatasuna, Batasuna. ETA was founded in 1959 with the aim of establishing an independent homeland based on Marxist principles and encompassing the Spanish Basque provinces of Vizcaya, Guipuzcoa, and Alava, as well as the autonomous region of Navarra and the southwestern French Departments of Labourd, Basse-Navarra, and Soule. Spanish and French counterterrorism initiatives since 2000 have hampered the group’s operational capabilities. Spanish police arrested scores of ETA members and accomplices in Spain in 2004, and dozens were apprehended in France, including two key group leaders. These arrests included the capture in October of two key ETA leaders in southwestern France. ETA’s political wing, Batasuna, remains banned in Spain. Spanish and French prisons are estimated to hold over 700 ETA members.
Communist Party of Philippines/ New People’s Army (CPP/NPA)
Communist Party of the Philippines/ New People’s Army (CPP/NPA). The military wing of the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP), the NPA is a Maoist group formed in March 1969 with the aim of overthrowing the government through protracted guerrilla warfare. The chairman of the CPP’s Central Committee and the NPA’s founder, Jose Maria Sison, reportedly directs CPP and NPA activity from The Netherlands, where he lives in self-imposed exile. Fellow Central Committee member and director of the CPP’s overt political wing, the National Democratic Front (NDF), Luis Jalandoni also lives in The Netherlands and has become a Dutch citizen. Although primarily a rural-based guerrilla group, the NPA has an active urban infrastructure to support its terrorist activities and uses city-based assassination squads. The rebels have claimed that the FTO designation has made it difficult to obtain foreign funding and forced them to step up extortion of businesses and politicians in the Philippines.
Continuity Irish Republican Army (CIRA)
Continuity Irish Republican Army (CIRA) a.k.a. Continuity Army Council, Republican Sinn Fein. CIRA is a terrorist splinter group formed in the mid-1990s as the clandestine armed wing of Republican Sinn Fein, which split from Sinn Fein in 1986. “Continuity” refers to the group’s belief that it is carrying on the original Irish Republican Army’s (IRA) goal of forcing the British out of Northern Ireland. CIRA’s aliases, Continuity Army Council, and Republican Sinn Fein were also designated as FTOs. CIRA cooperates with the larger Real IRA.
HAMAS a.k.a. Islamic Resistance Movement. HAMAS was formed in late 1987 as an outgrowth of the Palestinian branch of the Muslim Brotherhood. Various HAMAS elements have used both violent and political means, including terrorism, to pursue the goal of establishing an Islamic Palestinian state in Israel. It is loosely structured, with some elements working clandestinely and others operating openly through mosques and social service institutions to recruit members, raise money, organize activities, and distribute propaganda. HAMAS’s strength is concentrated in the Gaza Strip and the West Bank.