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Running Head; TERRORIST REPRESSION 1 Terrorist Repression. To: From: Institution: Date:
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TERRORIST REPRESSION 2 Terrorism repression is the forceful suppression of terrorist. It is a very heated debate both in the humanitarian sector and in the political world. There is no defined cut line of where and when the human rights have been violated (Daxecker, 2013). Most governments have invested heavily in terrorist suppression and control which has seen terrorism threat managed to some level. Different countries use different ways and means to repress terrorists all over the world. These include; Law enforcement on anti-terrorism activities. All over the world, the government have been very strict and committed to ensuring the anti-terrorism bills are passed and executed. They are very harsh by-laws that a terrorist would not like to violate. This is one mean which has been employed to deter and suppress terrorists, in countries like China where the police are allowed to shoot and kill a terrorist. Engaging the defence forces. In most parts of the world, repressing terrorist is not that easy.
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