Justice In The Face Of Terrorism

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In the words of former President George W. Bush, “whether we bring our enemies to justice, or bring justice to our enemies, justice will be done” (Bush). This shows that committing an act of terrorism and then pursuing justice are synonymous. Justice is an avenue for nations, victims, and their loved ones to find closure and make sure those who violated the Law of Armed Conflict (LAC) and/or International Humanitarian Law (IHL) pay for what they have done. Justice in the face of terror is identifying the people who perpetrated acts of terrorism and then confronting those perpetrators, and demanding reprisal. The first and most important part of determining what justice in the face of terror is, is knowing and defining terrorism. This is
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