“Oman scores zero terrorism” for the eighth time in a row

Muscat: The Sultanate of Oman has achieved a score of “zero terrorism” for the eighth consecutive time, according to the Global Terrorism Index in the World 2020, which was issued this November.

The degree to which the Sultanate has maintained since the index was first issued in 2012 represents the height of safety from terrorist threats, according to the report issued by the Institute for Economics and Peace.

According to the report from Institute for Economics and Peace, Afghanistan topped the list of countries most exposed to terrorism risks in the world.

The Global Terrorism Index ranks countries and assigns each country a score between 0 and 10, so that a score of 0 expresses countries that are not affected by terrorism at all, while countries that get 10 are the most affected and vulnerable to terrorism.

It is noteworthy that the first report of the Global Terrorism Index was issued in 2012, and it covered data from 2002 to 2011, and it is issued by the Institute of Economics and Peace, which is one of the most prominent global research centers, and its headquarters is in Sydney, Australia, with other centers in New York. In the United States of America, and Mexico City, the federal capital of Mexico, in addition to the Dutch city of The Hague.

 

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