Student’s Name Instructor’s Name Class Number Date Introduction Text The issue of terrorism and human rights is increasingly becoming a topic of concern among governments and various human rights activists world over. Perhaps we should first understand the concepts of terrorism and human rights. Terrorism is the use of wanton violence on innocent people with the intention of taking their lives and destroying their property. Human rights on the other hand are inalienable entitlements people have by being human. The damage terrorists cause at times make the human rights crusaders appear in a bad light for advocating for their humane treatment. This was the case in the London Bridge Attack where terrorists after killing five civilians were killed by the police and Theresa May’s government was on the receiving end for this. The dilemma in most people’s minds is regarding the essence of reserving rights of inhuman people and to be used when interrogating terrorist suspects. In the article he advocates for change of interrogation policy to introduce some pain. In it there are highlights of how the American army tortured Iraqi detainees under the leadership of Major General Antonio Taguba. The source is efficient in understanding the unfair treatment terror suspects go through in the hands of authorities. Whittaker David J. Counter-terrorism and human rights. Routledge 2014. The source focuses on infringement of human rights with considerations on cybercrime terrorism. It asserts the constant rise and rise of terrorism in the world and the resultant human rights backlash by the anti-terrorist policies. It covers a wide range of international stage content on assessment of counter-terrorism policies and human rights. It is useful for use in this study since it gives the reader questions for consideration in the policies that govern curbing of terrorism while considering human rights. [...]
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