The Birth of Modern Terrorism (03:17)
When Zionist Jews kill 91 people in a bomb attack of Jerusalem's King David Hotel, they become the first modern terrorists, creating a media event and capturing the world's attention.
King David Hotel (04:22)
In 1946, Zionist Jews target Jerusalem's King David Hotel because it is at the heart of British rule, and they are intent on making the world take notice of their plight.
Malaya's Chin Peng (07:49)
Other terrorists learn from the 1946 King David Hotel bombing. Malaya's communist leader Chin Peng orchestrates raids on British plantations, and the assassination of Sir Henry Gurney.
Terror Begets Terror (07:42)
Algerian Muslims target French oppressors, sending young women into Algiers with bombs in their handbags. Leader Yacef Saadi argues that to win against terror, one must commit terror.
Use of Torture (03:23)
In Algeria's fight for independence from the French, FLN activists are tortured and killed by the French military, who are given free reign to destroy the FLN organization any way they see fit.
Battle of Algiers (03:46)
The Battle of Algiers leads to Algerian independence because it causes torture, and torture leads to public condemnation of the French, which in turn motivates resistance.
Struggle Against Apartheid (03:50)
In South Africa, Nelson Mandela leads a campaign of limited violence against Apartheid oppressors. ANC bomber Robert McBride strikes at economic targets.
Apartheid and the ANC (05:29)
ANC bomber Robert McBride targets a seaside bar, in which innocent bystanders are killed. He argues that even though terrorism can be immoral, it can also be immoral not to use it.
The Brighton Bomber (05:07)
Since 1969, thousands have died in the Irish Republican Army's struggle. Brighton Bomber Patrick Magee believes that while sometimes necessary, terrorism alone cannot bring peace.
Lessons of Terrorism (02:44)
Some former "terrorists" later become statesmen. Others contend that terrorism is never the answer, and terrorism alone will never bring peace.
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