Human rights in the wake of terrorism
[Introduction]:It's important to begin with the observation that terrorism, which I take to mean causing death or injury to civilians in order to intimidate a population, or to compel a government or international organisation to act in a particular way, is itself a massive violation of human rights. By definition terrorists target non-combatants to achieve political or ideological purposes and thus violate the rights to life and security of innocent people. I also want to note that terrorism...[Show more]
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