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...Terrorism Acts of terrorism can be said to be a violent crime against a nation. Being a crime, I believe, such acts should be treated just like other common-law crimes. Terrorists, therefore, should be punished in the same way other criminals are punished. I think there is no great difference in whether, let’s say, ten people are killed by a maniac or by a terrorist. The only difference is in their reasoning – one kills for satisfying a mania, the other – in the name of an idea. The results, however, are the same – pain, fear and terror. So which one is better – a serial killer or a terrorist? – Neither, of course. Furthermore, actions of...