Sharif Waked, a Palestinian artist born in Nazareth, links the name of the first stage of the Oslo Accords – “Jericho First” – to the violence of hunting. The idea of the agreement was to get the two parties to work together in a group called the Northern Ireland Assembly. The Assembly would take some of the decisions taken previously by the British government in London. The sections of Peace Policy I, II and III deal with the prevention and resolution of violent conflicts and the policy that ensures compliance with peace agreements. There is no universal agreement on the definition of terrorism.   Different legal systems and government authorities use different definitions of terrorism. In addition, governments have refused to formulate an agreed and legally binding definition. The difficulties arise from the fact that the term is politically and emotionally charged.  Since 1994, the UN General Assembly has condemned terrorist acts with the following political description of terrorism: Bruce Hoffman said: “Terrorism is a derogatory term.
It is a word with negative connotations in itself, generally applied to its enemies and opponents, or to those with whom one does not agree and which one would prefer to ignore otherwise. (…) Therefore, the decision to call someone or to call an organization a “terrorist” becomes almost inevitably subjective, to a large extent sympathy or decision-making with the person/group/cause in question. For example, if you identify with the victim of violence, it is terrorism. However, if one identifies with the perpetrator of the offence, the act of violence is considered in a more sympathetic, if not positive (or, at worst, ambivalent); and this is not terrorism.  For this reason and for political reasons Many sources of information (such as Reuters) avoid using the term, but opt instead for less accusatory words such as “bomber,” “militants,” etc. From the German Foreign Minister`s visit to Sudan planned in a few days, even before the new clashes in southern Kordofan, that Westerwelle is in Khartoum, as well as in South Sudan.