South asian terrorism portal
This is the list of major terrorist incidents in Pakistan. The War on Terror had a major impact on Pakistan, with terrorism in sectarian violence, but after the September 11 attacks in the United States in , it also had to combat the threat of Al-Qaeda and Taliban militants, who fled from Afghanistan and usually targeted high-profile political figures. In , terrorist attacks, including 41 of a sectarian nature, took place, leaving people dead and 1, others injured according to Pak Institute for Peace Studies PIPS security report. In , 1, terrorist attacks and clashes, including all the suicide attacks, target killings and assassinations, resulted in 3, casualties and 5, injuries, according to the PIPS security report.
Terrorism in Pakistan
A Profile - South Asia Terrorism Portal
Suggest new definition. References in periodicals archive? Figures from the Islamabad-based Centre for Research and Security Studies' CRSS Pakistan Conflict Tracker, which differ slightly from the South Asia Terrorism Portal , suggest was one of the deadliest on record, with nearly 6, people killed in militant, sectarian, terrorist and politically-motivated attacks. Silent wars shatter Pakistani lives. According to South Asia Terrorism Portal , which tracks violence in Kashmir, people, including 44 security personnel were killed in the region this year, up to the latest attack. Shutdown in Jammu in wake of twin militant strike.
South Asia Terrorism Portal
The South Asia Terrorism Portal www. By , this database had already grown to over 82, pages. SATP is the largest website on terrorism and low intensity warfare in South Asia, and creates the database and analytic context for research and analysis of all extremist movements in the region.
A number of national governments and two international organisations have created lists of organisations that they designate as terrorist. The following list of designated terrorist groups lists groups designated as terrorist by current and former national governments, and inter-governmental organizations. Many organizations that have been designated as terrorist have denied using terrorism as a military tactic to achieve their goals, and there is no international consensus on the legal definition of terrorism.