human rights for terrorists?

@shav9292 (928)
India
December 26, 2008 9:25pm CST
what are your thoughts about human rights of terrorists.do you think terrorists should be given the privilege of these rights.do they really deserve it. i understand that they have their own reasons and own justification.some are brainwashed, but after terror strikes,after hundreds of people die do you still think they should be treated as human?
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@cambiste (1245)
• India
10 Jan 09
What kinds of human right are you talking about? Once a person has committed a criminal act, he/she will be subjected to the laws of the land. A murderer is not usually treated in the same light of an ordinary criminal. A mass murderer's crime is worse than that of Satyam Computers. A $1 billion fraud is nothing compared to the loss of even a single life.
@anniepa (26629)
• United States
27 Dec 08
If you're only talking about those we know beyond any shadow of a doubt are terrorists, then of course they don't deserve human rights; however, if there is a doubt, no matter how small that doubt may be, absolutely they should be treated as humans. I don't think anything exists that would create more terrorists as quickly as people like Americans denying human rights to someone who was only SUSPECTED of being terrorists. Annie