For quite some time now, wars have changed such that most western countries find themselves in battle with small terrorist organizations with seemingly meagre means. Modern war portrays David as big, strong, aggressive and threatening, while Goliath is weak, poor, helpless and without means. Is this indeed the case?
The presentation sheds light on and exposes the current, evolving state-of-affairs of dealing with Arab terrorist organizations throughout the world. It outlines the conflicts, the limitations, and the inherent problems of this modern day war, as well as provides possible solutions to this complicated situation.