Terrorism And Foreign Terrorism

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Terrorism is the unlawful use of violence and intimidation, especially against civilians, in the pursuit of political aims. Throughout the history of the United States there has been many cases of foreign terrorism. Notable terror attacks with fatalities on US soil has been occurring since 1980. Even today you still hear news of Foreign terrorism in the United States. There has been debates going on for years on if terrorists should be given constitutional rights. Enhanced interrogation techniques have been used on terrorist since 2002 when the George W. Bush administration issued the torture memos. Foreign terrorism has been a big problem sociologically, psychologically and has affected stakeholders while benefiting terrorist groups. Foreign terrorism has been a big problem sociologically in today 's world. Human society is becoming more lenient towards terrorism. Terrorism is very awful and these criminal should be treated different than an American citizen. In the United States constitution it does not clarify who is qualified to be protected under all of the amendments. Just because the constitution does not clarify who is protected doesn 't mean that the united states should be lenient and let terrorists off the hook. It should be as simple foreign terrorist who have committed major crimes should not be given the same rights as a U.S citizen. Why should the United States give Constitutional rights to foreign terrorist who have murdered innocent American people and have
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