Cristian Barna and Adrian Popa claim that terrorism is a psychological war, an expression of social influence that uses the victim’s imagination against him. The goal of terrorists is to isolate the individual from the group, to fragment the society into a mass of frightened individuals who are unable to live their daily lives. Moreover, terrorist groups intend to undermine the belief of individuals in the collective values ​​of the society in which they live, amplifying the threat to a point where security seems to be more important than all other values.