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Submitted by steven L (United States), Jan 9, 2015 at 16:44

Why should the respective Governments, of the countries who harbor known terrorists or potential terrorists, wait for them to commit more acts of violence. Why not prevent by preempting? Does the "liberty" of committing crimes or terror acts supersede the right of life of peaceful citizens?

For those who want to impose self-restrain, it means the death of freedom. That is exactly what the Islamists count on. What is freedom if you can't use it or express it?

The Islamists will impose their unlimited will (their freedom) upon you.

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