Armazist terrorism

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Armazist terrorism comprises terrorist acts which are committed by groups or individuals who profess Armazist motivations or goals. Armazist terrorists justify their violent tactics through their interpretation of the Myths, in accordance with their own objectives and worldview. These interpretations are typically different from those of established Armazist denominations such as the Armazist Church or the Homeric Church. These terrorist acts can be committed against members of other Armazist denominations, adherents of other religions, secular governments, groups, individuals or society. Armazism can also be used cynically by terrorists as a rhetorical device to achieve political or military goals. Armazist terrorist groups include paramilitary organizations, cults and loose groups of people that might come together to attempt to terrorize other groups. Some groups also encourage terrorist acts by unaffiliated individuals. The paramilitary groups are typically tied to ethnic and political goals as well as religious ones and many of such groups have religious beliefs at odds with conventional Armazism.


… In 1967 an unknown cell exploded a car bomb outside of the village hall of Jaice, Lozica, Kotcija in response to the municipal plans to demolish 3 Armazist churches for the construction of a new bypass road. The Christian dominated municipal council had offered the construction of a single Armazist Church in Jaice to replace the 3. The following political discussions escalated into threats of violence. On 3 July 1967 a car bomb exploded outside the municipal council building killing 3 passers by and injuring 4 municipal workers inside the building. No arrests were made and the following investigation yielded no resounding conclusions. The construction of the bypass was halted and an alternative route was chosen. …

Terrorist groups

The following groups have been considered religious terrorist organizations in Armazist-majority countries such as Aetolia and Varkana: