Average Rating 0 Reviews View This article and lesson activity from Bill Bigelow challenges students to reconsider what we define as "terrorism" in the wake of September 11. It presents students with a number of situations and asks them to determine if the situation describes an act of terrorism, and if so, who would be considered the terrorists. While the situations are not limited to the Middle East, this activity does challenge the stereotypes connecting terrorism and the Middle East. Note: a free account with Zinn Education Project is required to access this resource. Related Resources The Middle East Seen Through Foreign Eyes: 20th and 21st CenturiesHistory & Culture The Question of Identity: Ethnicity, Language, Religion, and Gender: The Islamic Period: Diversity and PluralismHistory & Culture Al-Jaar Qabl Ad-daar p10History & Culture The Egyptian Revolution: An Interactive TimelineHistory & Culture Reviews Login to submit a review There are no reviews yet for this resource.