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@63M9FB2Democratfrom Texas  answered…1mo

We wouldn't have to answer this question if we weren't legitimizing terror through unfair wars that create people accustomed to suffering and warfare as a norm, and who are living lives filled with terror because of us. This is not the way of Americans and it must stop.

@5TRXK76Republicanfrom Florida  answered…3wks

Is this seriously in consideration? They honestly shouldn't even be considered people. Of course they're not getting constitutional rights.

@Lola3NPBAmerican Solidarity from California commented…3wks

People who support giving them rights claim terrorists should be charged and tried by a jury (just like everyone else.)

The alternative would be to execute or jail them without due process.

@FjandrLibertarianfrom Washington  answered…1mo

Yes. The Constitution does not mention "citizens," only "people."

@5R8YB9DDemocratfrom Indiana  answered…1mo

I don't think they should be given the right to a fair trial in federal courts but they should still be treated humanly.

@5SX94RBLibertarianfrom New Jersey  answered…1mo

No, they are not U.S. citizens and do not have constitutional rights but all international treaties should be followed.

@6C8G3HTRepublicanfrom Michigan  answered…1mo

@5SWBZTVDemocratfrom Florida  answered…1mo

If they are foreign nationals and trial is brought in the United States or a US territory, then they should be given the same rights to a fair trial, innocent until proven guilty. They should not be considered as US citizens, though. They are foreign nationals and should be privy to the laws that govern foreign nationals within the US and our territories.

@5TRT99LLibertarianfrom Texas  answered…1mo

Having interrogated four dozen, and reviewed the cases of several hundred more, I find the jihadi's more like patriots than criminals. The Koran specifies how society is to be organized, and while I think it's foolish, our enemies do not. I encourage holding these men as POW's, until the end of hostilities or we use them as trading stock, or they are no longer an asset to the enemy

@5SWTCGFGreenfrom District of Columbia  answered…1mo

USA is a major sponsor of terrorism. We should quit meddling in other nations.

@9Q5NBRDDemocrat from Idaho answered…4wks

Every human deserves basic human rights and should be given a fair trial

@9Q5NWR5Women’s Equality from California answered…4wks

Depending on if their terrorism is proven and the cause for their label as a terrorist

@9Q5JN9SConstitution from Texas answered…4wks

They should be treated fairly until it is proven that they are in fact guilty of the suspicion.

@9PMWNS7Women’s Equality from Iowa answered…1mo

Yes, give them some rights but dont let them stay for ever.

@9PMD578Peace and Freedom from Ohio answered…1mo

the ceral killers and murderers have a fair trial in court they should too

@9PMC5SDPeace and Freedom from New York answered…1mo

yes and no, I think it would have to be based off what was done or was going to be done. Innocent until proven guilty.

@9PMBNY4Women’s Equality from Utah answered…1mo

They should have their basic human rights but they should not have our American rights.

@9PLVZDZLibertarian from New York answered…1mo

If it doesn't directly involve us, why are we there in the first place?

@9PLCLCSWomen’s Equality from Illinois answered…1mo

No, but they should be given unalienable rights as a human being

@9PJXF9VPeace and Freedom from Kentucky answered…1mo

If you are sure they are a threat, no If they are suspicious, yes.

@9PJS5GLWomen’s Equality from Michigan answered…1mo

@9PJRZ9VTranshumanist from New York answered…1mo

They should be questioned and then if fine should be considered a U.S citizen

@9PHYTG6Working Family from Oklahoma answered…1mo

I know we have the Geneva Conventions.... other than that, I am not that educated on this issue, however, they are not US citizens so I believe the UN should have some sort of world standard for treatment.

@9PH2TJTRepublican from Michigan answered…1mo

Yes, all people are endowed by their creator with certain inalienable rights that the constitution protects

@9PGJNRVDemocrat from Texas answered…1mo

@9PGH3NVRepublican from Florida answered…1mo

@9PF69YRDemocrat from Tennessee answered…1mo

@9PF5GBGWomen’s Equality from Illinois answered…1mo

Fair trial if there isn’t undeniable proof of terrorist connections.

@9PDY4GRWomen’s Equality from Arizona answered…1mo

If they are a danger to our country, then they should only be given basic human rights. Any other specialized rights for the US should only be given to US Citizens and some to a certain extent if the person is not a danger.

@9PCWG6NPeace and Freedom from Indiana answered…1mo

They should have a just trial and if they are found to be terrorist they shouldn't be torched for they are still people.

@9PCPTTMProgressive from Indiana answered…1mo

they should be judged fairly, but can choose whether they want to be given those rghts, as they are not citizens of the us and may not want to receive our judging systems ruling.

@9PCDJYRPeace and Freedom from Michigan answered…1mo

yes, i believe they should at least get a fair trial just like one would in the U.S.

@9PC9XBRPeace and Freedom from California answered…1mo

If suspected of terrorism then look more into it if they are innocent the give them rights.

@9PC7Q7CWomen’s Equality from Texas answered…1mo

Yes but they should serve time in prison and when they serve their time, they should get constitutional rights and a green card.

@9PC79C2Veteran from Indiana answered…1mo

They should get the rights that they would have in the country they are tried in

@9PC4P95Transhumanist from Pennsylvania answered…1mo

Depends what they did. If it isn’t a crime in our books and we don’t see him as a threat to our country. We should let him for refuge

@9PBR55NConstitution from Minnesota answered…1mo

@9PB4Q6GTranshumanist from New Jersey answered…1mo

A fair trial should be guaranteed, but as an enemy combatant.

@9P9YRWZRepublican from Michigan answered…1mo

Before given constitutional rights, they should have a clear record and be given background checks.

@9P9Y2NYPeace and Freedom from New Jersey answered…1mo

@Amanda-ZTranshumanist from Idaho answered…1mo


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