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EEO. 2020; 19(4): 2994-2996


Sources of terrorism financing

Vandana Yadav, Dr. Sapna Gehlot.

Abstract
Terrorism has a global phenomenon and doing the activities to reach their good means need the source of funding. There are many sources operating through method that may be legal or illegal. infant the charitable organisation are giving fund to mobilize and serve as a conduit for the money as well as from criminal sources like the drug trade, smuggling of weapons and other illegal goods, fraud and kidnapping etc. the financial transactions related with terrorist financing, first they tend to the smaller amount then this case became money laundering after that terrorist raise the fund from legitimate sources, the detection and tracking the fundís became more difficult.
This study tells the terrorism financing is also a part of global fight against finance the terrorism .The terrorist group continue increase the money with the use of various means, countries must give the attention that the risk from the terrorism financing and develop the policy to stop the funding to the terrorist organisation and have to be understand the risk and responsibility from terrorism.

Key words: Terrorism, Finance, Source, Funding, Global, Legal, Illegal, Organisation.



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