CJ455 Part A & B
PART A (2 paragraphs)
Workplace Abandon or Terrorism?
Major Nidal Malik Hasan, U.S. Army, dead 13 Americans in a accumulation cutting at the Fort Hood Army abject in Texas in 2009.
The U.S. Government insists this was a "workplace" violence, but based on Hasan's accomplished abounding bodies accept he self-radicalized through his contacts with accepted abolitionist Islamists, accurately the backward Imam Anwar al-Awlaki (who has back been killed) and as a aftereffect committed the attack, killing 13 and abasing 32. During the attack, assemblage say Nidal shouted "Allahu Akbar!" (Literally agency "Allah is greater"; it is usually translated "God is [the] Greatest", or "God is Great") and opened blaze in the Soldier Readiness Center of Fort Hood.
Watch these two YouTube videos on Major Nidal Hisan
As was stated, the U.S. Government accounted this adventure as "work abode violence" rather than an act of agitation as some say it is.
Based on this week's altercation of the analogue of the chat terrorism, did the U.S. Government get the allocation of this accident right? Why or why not?
What was Hasan’s action for the attack?
Does this advance alter from an accident of abode violence? If so, how. If not, why or why not?
PART B (4 pages)
· Read commodity "Katrina & the Core Challenges of Adversity Response"
· Read commodity "The Disasters Inside the Disaster: Hurricane Sandy and Post-Crisis Development" See Attached
· Submit a 4 cardboard acclamation the following:
o Explain the emergency acknowledgment adversity from Hurricane Katrina and call how these changes in emergency administration afflicted the planning and acknowledgment against Hurricane Sandy.
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