Revision with unchanged content. The problem of Suicide Terrorism is not a new phenomenon. In fact, its roots can be traced back to the days of the Knights Templar. The modern day manifestation of this brand of terrorism, the suicide bomber, has been seen frequently throughout Sri Lanka as well as many other global hot spots. But what causes an individual to sacrifice their life and become a human bomb? There are several reasons for this phenomena, which are explored in this work. They include the total fertility rate and how that affects population density, the place of inclusive fitness and parental investment in a culture as well as the so called "Terrorist Meme", and its role in society. This book is intended for anyone with an interest in psychology, memetics, suicide terrorism, and emergency services professionals.