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Religious terrorism

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This article is part of the
Terrorism series:
Definition of terrorism>Definition & Conventions
Counter-terrorism>Counterterrorism &
"War on Terror" and its criticisms
Lists: List of terrorist groups>Groups, State sponsors,
Guerrillas, Incidents,
Most wanted
Types: Nationalist terrorism>Nationalist, Religious,
Left-wing, Right-wing,
State, Islamic, Ethnic,
Bioterrorism, Narcoterrorism,
Domestic, Nuclear,
Anarchist
Tactics: Aircraft hijacking>Hijacking,
Suicide bomber
Configurations: Terrorist front organization>Fronts,
Independent actors
Other: Terrorism insurance
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Religious terrorists use violence to further what they see as divinely commanded purposes. (see also Religious intolerance).

Examples of Religious Terrorist Groups:

Table of contents
1 Islam
2 Protestant Christianity
3 Other Religions

Islam

Protestant Christianity

Other Religions