When Fear Is a Weapon: How Terror Attacks Influence Mental Health


On November 13 2015, a series of coordinated attacks in Paris left 130 people dead. A week later, armed gunmen stormed a hotel in Mali, seizing hostages wh

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2 thoughts on “When Fear Is a Weapon: How Terror Attacks Influence Mental Health

    • The terror attacks create carnage and instills fear into the minds of survivors and this is an intention of the terrorists. The greatist weapon that can be used against the terrorists is not to act on this fear, but to continue life as if the terrorist acts had not been committed, this then will not bring about the ultimate aim of the terrorists.

      However is this at all possible, well may be if we can proceed on Christian teachings in that we forgive those you commit acts against us, as did Jesus Christ to those who committed acts upon him.

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