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In the wake of a terrorist attack, you may naturally ask yourself: ‘Does God care? Why do these things happen? Will terrorism * ever end? How can I live with the fear I feel?’ The Bible provides satisfying answers to these questions.

How does God feel about terrorism?

God hates violence and terrorism. (Psalm 11:5; Proverbs 6:16, 17) And Jesus, God’s representative, rebuked his disciples when they resorted to violence. (Matthew 26:50-52) Although some claim to commit violent attacks in God’s name, he does not authorize their actions. In fact, he does not even listen to their prayers.—Isaiah 1:15.

God cares about all those who suffer, including those affected by terrorist attacks. (Psalm 31:7; 1 Peter 5:7) The Bible also indicates that God will act to bring an end to violence.—Isaiah 60:18.


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    Terrorism, in one form or another, is always with us. Be it the school bully stealing your ice cream or the religious fanatic lobbing bombs, the key is to stand up to them. Terror must always be confronted. It's practitioners are human just like us. They rely on our fear. So, being courageous is what is important. Humour too helps to keep our spirits up and diminishes our enemies. Fanatics don't like to be seen as figures of fun - but they are.

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