Wikipedia:Terrorism is a project that was founded in January 2006 by Sherurcij hoping to address the lack of information about individuals and events commonly associated with modern terrorism.
While we have to date limited ourselves to acts of violence against civilians by Violent non-state actors ("VNSAs") for political gain, users are encouraged to add their own new focus. It is impossible to fully separate "terrorism" from "counter-terrorism", as the methods used are often similar. One should use common sense in labeling an attack on unarmed civilians at the Munich Olympics as "an act of terrorism", while an attack against an Iraqi military base might be better suited to the Military history Wikiproject.
This page contains suggestions about articles which should be created or need additional work. It is hoped that this project will help to focus the efforts of several Wikipedians, and you are always welcome to join, or ask questions.
I uploaded an Image:Ali Hamza Al Bahlu'sl boycott sign.jpg. The Miami Herald republished it, attributing it to "Department of Defense Records". It will probably expire from the Miami Herald's image server pretty quickly. I'd appreciate it if someone was to leave a note on the talk page confirming the Miami Herald's attribution to the DoD -- prior to its expiry. Thanks! Geo Swan (talk) 17:29, 18 April 2008 (UTC)
The recently added article Sanatan Sanstha has been subjected to repeated whitewashing by various editors. More eyes would be welcome.LeadSongDogcome howl 18:41, 26 June 2009 (UTC)
2008 Mumbai attacks has an good article status as it begins the slow crawl towards Featured Article status on April 2009. Ahmed Ressam is written perfectly and we need contributors to promote good article status.
Trials have begun this year for Ahmed Ghailani, David Headley and Tahawwur Hussain Rana, each article could use a good vetting, and the articles on specific alleged terrorists are desperately in need of some clean-up in order to be a good article status.
British soldiers found themselves guilty for their role on torturing Baha Mousa in Iraq on September.