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Analysis of the religious wave basing on the concept of the Four Waves of Terrorism by David Rapoport from the perspective of selected political events

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This article is a comprehensive analysis of the fourth wave of terrorism, the definition of which was coined by an American professor, David Charles Rapoport. The author of this publication, building on his two earlier works, attempts to present the last wave of terrorism predominantly by focusing on selected political events taking place within the timeframe of the so-called religious wave. The article examines said events in the context of security and methods utilized during terrorist attacks.
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  • Faculty of Political Science, Institute of Political Science, Pedagogical University of Cracow, Poland
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