Terrorism is one of the most biting issues of the 21st century. Despite the advanced global firepower for self-defense against aggressors, the words security, in general, is really compromised by the sporadic terrorist groups in different parts of the world. The Middle East, the motherland of all the terror groups, is the most affected by this menace. The central question is, who created, directly or indirectly these terror groups that threaten a peaceful world? Are the witnessed terrorist attacks stage managed or are they from the government strategists? According to (“US Intelligence Officer: “Every Single Terrorist Attack in the US Was a False Flag Attack””), the governments of different superpowers may stage acts of terrorism to have a reason to attack an enemy. The technique, popularly known as the “False flag terrorism” has been used in many situations by the government to wage war against an enemy (Crenshaw, 379). For instance, the US government, through the Department of defense and its infamous Joint Chiefs of Staff, planned and executed a False Flag terrorism against the Cuban government in 1962. The US government planned and committed acts of terrorism against American population and even military and blamed it against the Cuban government. Now the government gets a reason to wage war against the enemy (Laqueur, 24). Some “terrorist” claims and happening in some countries is questionable. The way they happen and the places targeted are almost impossible to hit. The latter therefore leaves us with many worries if for sure it’s a terrorist attack or a government attempt to disrupt the public attention from another issue (“FACT CHECK: Was the Manchester Terror Attack a ‘False Flag’?”). Since the Manchester terror attack, many people, including security experts and even logical thinkers, have doubted the alleged terror attack on one of the most secure cities in Europe, Manchester. The targeted place, in this case, is the Ariana Grande concert, secured by many security officers before the event, and had hundreds of intelligence officers and combat troupers on the ground during the attack. Different sources now claim that the terror attack was planned and executed by the UK government. The offense is said to have been staged by the UK government to avert the public attention from Theresa May’s stance concerning the biting Social Care issue. The public in general also doubts that there might be dark forces beyond the general perception of the alleged terror against the UK. In a different case, an attack on the Khobar Towers, in Saudi Arabia is said to have been staged by the Iran government. The attack that was executed by the Saudi Hezbollah group claimed lives of 19 US members of the armed forces in June 1996. There are many cases of governments staging terrorist activities and even creating the terrorist elements (Laqueur, 24). The most obvious example is the US activities on the otherwise stable Libya. The US attempts to establish a democratic governance in Libya has led to the birth of the most extremist country in the north of Africa. In their first attempt to overthrow the well-established Gadhafi administration, the financed and equipped groups of rebels to fight the Libya administration. The latter represents terrorism, created by a government to fight another government. The government stages terrorist attacks for different reasons. The most obvious is to create a room to start a war against a potential enemy like the case of America on Cuba. In another case, the latter is a way of shifting the attention of the public from critical national issues. Many analysts argue that that terrorism is staged to create markets for weaponry. For instance, the US, a superpower and the largest manufacturer of weapons in known to creating wars to get markets of selling their weapons hence improving their economy.