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    POSSIBILITY OF ABUSE OF CHEMICAL WEAPONS IN TERRORIST ACTIVITY

    Vladimir CvetkovicMarija Popovic

    Academy of Criminalistic and Police Studies, BelgradeAllen Sadiyeh

    Faculty of Security Studies, University of Belgrade

    Chemical weapons is one of the most destructive weapons of mass destruc-tion, as evidenced by the consequences, unpredictability and diversity of ac-tivity. Historically speaking, have always been treated as a dishonest means to conduct the struggle, and as such forbidden. However, despite all the restric-tions, terrorist groups every day trying to fi nd modalities of procurement and its use. Main features and hidden action period, a great attention to chemical weapons compared to conventional weapons, in deciding, by teroristic groups on weapons that would make an act of terrorism. Th e use of chemical weapons for terrorist purposes could seriously undermine and jeopardize the national security of a state. Knowing the basic characteristics of the weapon is crucial to take measures to protect life and health, and environment. Considering the chemical structure, toxicity, characteristics and actual use of chemical weapons, it is impossible to make a universal distribution that covers all their essential properties. Th is paper defi nes the concept of chemical weapons with special emphasis on the history of its use in war and peace. It discusses the classifi cation of all existing chemical weapons, with particular focus on its most famous representatives. Finally, we describe the main characteristics and methods of its use for terrorist purposes.