For one mans Terrorist is another's Freedom Fighter.
Terrorists or “Freedom Fighters”
If militants seek to install an oppressive government (interfering with commerce and/or life styles), then it is possible that they might not be terrorists (in spreading fear), but they're not freedom fighters either.
Terrorists or Freedom Fighter? | Yahoo Answers
The fear on the political front appears even more palpable. On Jan. 28, the pro-Kurdish People’s Democratic Party (HDP), which in the past fielded independent candidates in local elections, announced. No Kurdish political party has been elected to the Turkish parliament since 1980. There is also a concern that hardline Kurdish militants could join forces with Turkey’s other Marxist groups against the Turkish state. From 2012 to 2013, the leftist Revolutionary People’s Liberation Party carried out nearly a dozen terrorist attacks in Turkey. It initially appeared that its most recent attack came on Jan. 6 when a female suicide bomber blew herself up in front of a police station in Istanbul’s tourist filled Sultanhamet District. Although the party claimed responsibility, the attacker to be from Russia's Daghestan Republic and was married to a Chechen who died in Syria fighting with ISIL the previous month.