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The Issue of Non-Enforcement of Human Rights and Rise of Terrorism in Pakistan

BY : Rasool Buksh Mirja

Abstract
The human rights are extensively in view of the basic ideology of the humanity, and
every one get these basic rights, i. e right to life, freedom of speech, security, right
to profess & right to assembly by birth without discrimination, race, sex, dialect,
shading, religion, and political sentiments. However on defiance of the same people
distracts to different phenomenon & terrorism is one of them. The terrorism is
very confusing term it is closely linked with the socio-economic and political setup. Since Pakistan is a front line state in war against terrorism, it is severely
confronting terrorist attacks which have upset its social foundation, hampered
economic progress and shackled political system. Terrorism has not only
destroyed the socio economic composition of the society but also it has harmed the
world peace to a great extent. This research paper attempt spot light various
aspects & phenomenon in the context of Pakistan. It includes meanings, &
definition, origin, historical background of human rights viz a viz, causes of
terrorism and review of militant movements, psycho-social effects of terrorism in
Pakistan and the role of the state organization to combat terrorism followed by
recommendations.