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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...10yrs

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...10yrs

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...10yrs

Yes, just like U.S. citizens, terrorists should be given a fair trial in federal courts

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...10yrs

No, they should be tried in military tribunals but not subject to torture

@Fjandrfrom Washington  answered…2yrs

@52L8D8Zfrom Texas  answered…2yrs

We wouldn't have to answer this question if we weren't legitimizing terror through unfair wars that create people accustomed to suffering and warfare as a norm, and who are living lives filled with terror because of us. This is not the way of Americans and it must stop.

@4RV9YSTfrom Florida  answered…2yrs

If they are foreign nationals and trial is brought in the United States or a US territory, then they should be given the same rights to a fair trial, innocent until proven guilty. They should not be considered as US citizens, though. They are foreign nationals and should be privy to the laws that govern foreign nationals within the US and our territories.

@8LY6DLM from New Jersey answered…2yrs

If they are a suspect than, they should be tested fairly but if they are a known terrorist than they should be locked up with no trial.

@4SQWJ65from Florida  answered…2yrs

Is this seriously in consideration? They honestly shouldn't even be considered people. Of course they're not getting constitutional rights.

 @Lola3NPB  from California commented…2yrs

People who support giving them rights claim terrorists should be charged and tried by a jury (just like everyone else.)


The alternative would be to execute or jail them without due process.

@4RVSBFDfrom District of Columbia  answered…2yrs

USA is a major sponsor of terrorism. We should quit meddling in other nations.

@4Q7X98Cfrom Indiana  answered…2yrs

I don't think they should be given the right to a fair trial in federal courts but they should still be treated humanly.

@4RW83Q9from New Jersey  answered…2yrs

No, they are not U.S. citizens and do not have constitutional rights but all international treaties should be followed.

@4SQS88Kfrom Texas  answered…2yrs

Having interrogated four dozen, and reviewed the cases of several hundred more, I find the jihadi's more like patriots than criminals. The Koran specifies how society is to be organized, and while I think it's foolish, our enemies do not. I encourage holding these men as POW's, until the end of hostilities or we use them as trading stock, or they are no longer an asset to the enemy

@5B7F2GSfrom Michigan  answered…2yrs

@98WRNTN from Michigan answered…3hrs

@98WNBGH from California answered…9hrs

If they're a legal immigrant, give them rights, but not if they're illegal immigrant

@98WL947 from Michigan answered…11hrs

@98WKHWL from Washington answered…11hrs

Only if they are constantly monitored and are actively trying to be better as a good person and not doing anything bad.

@98WH8BBLibertarian from Pennsylvania answered…13hrs

Since they are not U.S. citizens, I think they should not, but I do agree they should have a fair trial.

@98WGJ9P from Indiana answered…14hrs

No they are are U.S. citizens do not have constitutional rights, they should be tried in military tribunals and they should be subject to torture.

@98WFP7N from Pennsylvania answered…14hrs

Yes, only if they're not a threatening to the country and civilians.

@98W8N5W from Connecticut answered…1 day

If incarcerated foreign terrorists should be given stereotypical rights as prisoners, however, the US must do what it must do to protect foreign policy and the safety of citizens if that cannot be done.

@98W8HJH from California answered…1 day

If they are suspected it is innocent until proven guilty. But if it is confirmed they deserve nothing.

@98W4LRK from North Carolina answered…1 day

No, because they aren't U.S. citizens; however, they should not be subjected to torture methods.

@98W2GDP from Texas answered…1 day

If they have changed their ways of life from violent to peaceful then yes, if not then no.

@98W4F2B from Utah answered…1 day

no because they suck and they are bad people(if they are terrorists)

@98W43K7 from Wisconsin answered…1 day

@98VZX7J from California answered…1 day

Yes, because this is America and people deserve unalienable rights.

@98VZGKQ from Indiana answered…1 day

No, they are not citizens but they should be held accountable by civil law unless they have already committed an act of Terrorism against the US or any other NATO member.

@98VYPRN from Utah answered…1 day

@98VXNGB from New York answered…1 day

Yes just not all of the same rights for a surton number of years affter moveing

@98VVPCK from Iowa answered…2 days

Yes, depending on what they did. So if they did something bad enough no.

@98VT4XF from Utah answered…2 days

Yes because the Constitution specifically says that the Bill of Rights applies to all within the US

@98VSLDX from Indiana answered…2 days

@98VNP7Z from Illinois answered…2 days

Yes, but not all rights because they aren't technically a U.S citizen only the rights that go with court.

@98VM49G from New Jersey answered…2 days

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