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noun: terrorist; plural noun: terrorists
a person who uses terrorism in the pursuit of political aims.
synonyms: extremist, fanatic;
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Online Dictionary

Dictionary Defintion Of A Terrorist

n. 1. One who governs by terrorism or intimidation; specifically, an agent or partisan of the revolutionary tribunal during the Reign of Terror in France.

2. One who commits terrorism{2}.
WordNet Dictionary
Noun 1. terrorist - a radical who employs terror as a political weapon; usually organizes with other terrorists in small cells; often uses religion as a cover for terrorist activities

Adj. 1. terrorist - characteristic of someone who employs terrorism (especially as a political weapon); "terrorist activity"; "terrorist state"
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United States and state-sponsored terrorism
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This article is about terrorism sponsored by the United States. For allegations of American State terrorism, see United States and state terrorism.
The United States of America has at various times in recent history provided support to terrorist and paramilitary organizations across the world. It has also provided assistance to numerous authoritarian regimes that have used terror as a tool of repression.[1][2]
United States support to non-state terrorists has been prominent in Latin America, the Middle-East, and Southern Africa.[1] From 1981 to 1991, the United States provided weapons, training, and extensive financial and logistical support to the Contra rebels in Nicaragua, who used terror tactics in their fight against the Nicaraguan government.[3] At various points the United States also provided training, arms, and funds to terrorists among the Cuban exiles, such as Orlando Bosch and Luis Posada Carriles.
Various reasons have been provided to justify such support. These include destabilizing political movements that might have aligned with the Soviet Union during the Cold War, including popular democratic and socialist movements.[4] Such support has also formed a part of the war on drugs.[2] Support was also geared toward ensuring a conducive environment for American corporate interests abroad, especially when these interests came under threat from democratic regimes.[4][5]
United States and state-sponsored terrorism