Suicide Bombing

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A bomb attack on people or property, delivered by a person who knows the explosion will cause his/her own death
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Sinno, assistant professor in the Department of Political Science, show that the relationship of education and income levels to support for suicide bombings is complicated at best.
Support for suicide bombing attacks is unlikely to diminish without real progress in achieving at least some of the fundamental goals that suicide bombers and those sponsoring and supporting them share.
The fact that suicide bombing relies on a web of relationships between users, society and the bombers themselves means that there are actually many ways to stop suicide attacks, Lewis said.
Iraq-style suicide bombings are now a favored tactic in the Taliban insurgency, which is in its deadliest phase since the hard-line regime was toppled in late 2001 for sheltering Al-Qaeda.
The vote occurred on the same day that a pair of suicide bombings killed 15 people in a Jerusalem market.
Using data analysed by the Iraq Body Count, which collects verified reports of deaths and injuries, as well as other data on military deaths, the authors say that over 30,000 Iraqi civilians were injured by suicide bombs between 20 March 20 2003 and 31 December 2010, and 12,284 Iraqi civilians were killed in more than 1,000 suicide bombings.
Summary: A car bomb followed minutes later by a suicide bombing attack in the western Iraq city of Ramadi Monday killed at least 17 people.
According to details Chief Minister of Sindh Qaim Ali Shah said that the government has announced Rs 500,000 compensation for heirs of the martyred of Mondays suicide bombing in Karachi and Rs 100,000 for the injured.
Last Friday, at least 25 people were killed in a suicide bombing attack on a Shiite congregation at a shrine in Islamabad.
Israeli soldiers and undercover troops also snatched two wounded Palestinians, one involved in a suicide bombing, from their West Bank hospital beds in a raid yesterday.
The Al Aqsa Martyrs' Brigade, a militia linked to Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, claimed responsibility as they did Thursday's suicide bombing in the heart of Jerusalem.
Israeli traffic police chasing two Palestinians in a stolen car near the city of Hadera foil a suicide bombing when they kill one of the men in a shootout and the second dies when the vehicle explodes.