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no matter whether their demands are fulfilled are not.

 

People taken hostage may offer resistance or obey. No matter what they may do, they are fully at the mercy of terrorists.

As for the more powerful majority, government, any other authorities and their forces, they perform almost the same actions in any situation of emergency. The public protectors’ highest aim is to secure the release of hostages (if any), and to offer sympathy to the injured and the relatives of the killed (if any). They also try to provide security at airports and other public places by installing such devices asDETECTORS,METAL DETECTORS, andEXPLOSIVESDETECTION PORTALin orderTO INSPECT PEOPLE AND THEIR LUGGAGEby making themWALKTHROUGH THE DETECTORin order to FERRET OUT PEOPLEwho carry explosives.

EXPLOSIVE – substance that can explode

· CHEMICAL EXPLOSIVE

· PLASTIC EXPLOSIVE

· HIGH EXPLOSIVE

 

To describe the activities of terrorists and their opponents in a more detailed way the following vocabulary may be of help.

3.1. Terrorists “at work”:

· to prepare / plan terrorist acts

· to have a terror plan

· to design / organize / attempt an attack on smth.

· to plot a series of attacks on / against smb. / smth.

· to choose one’ targets carefully

· to study automated programs that control the nation’s power plants, powerlines, pipelines and water-treatment plants

· to buy / use new high-tech weapon systems

· to target the innocent and defenseless

· to target a particular community

· to frighten the civilian population

· to carry out acts of terrorism

· to commit terrorist acts

· to attack / hit targets

· to stage an attack (a bombing attack)

· to intensify terrorist attacks

· to carry out numerous small bombings and minor assaults

· to make / build a bomb

· to place a suitcase bomb somewhere

· to explode / detonate a bomb (mine, fuse)

· to blow smth. up

· to blow oneself up

· to take control of passenger airliners (or other transport vehicles)

· to blackmail the crew and the passengers

· to cling to the gun

· to use different dangerous materials

· to release some toxic gas (e.g. sarin gas)

· to poison water supplies

· to contaminate food with dangerous biological agents (e.g. with anthrax spores)

· to hack into computer networks

· to set up trainer camps in remote areas

· to supply terrorists with fake documents

 

3.2.1. Civilians facing the threat of assault by terrorists:

· to be on one’s guard

· to take precautions against a surprise attack

· to protect oneself (one’s family) from attack

· to follow / heed the advice of local authorities / local emergency officials

· to cooperate with the police and security units

· to share specific knowledge about potential threats with the authorized personnel

· to inform local police of any suspicious persons or objects

· to have essential supplies on hand

 

3.2.2. What civilians should do in case of a terror strike:

· to avoid / resist panic and confusion

· to help / aid the victims of attacks

· to check them for injuries

· to give first aid to seriously injured people

· to leave the affected / dangerous area

· to check one’s house for damage (using a flashlight)

· to sniff for gas leaks

· to turn off the main gas valve

· to turn off all heating and conditioning systems

· to shut off any other damaged utilities

· to check for fires, fire hazards and household hazards

· to seal all cracks around the door or any vents into the room (in case of a dustbomb, smoke or gas attack)

· to put on gas masks when necessary

· to check on neighbours (especially those who are elderly or disabled)

· to prepare / assemble a disaster supplies kit (in case evacuation is necessary)

· to take aid supplies (medicine), a change of clothing, a sleeping bag or a bedroll, food, a battery powered radio or television and extra batteries, cash, and copies of important family documents (passports, licenses, birth and marriage certificates)

· to take special need items for any member of one’s family

· to contact the authorities for emergency instructions

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