Intelligence, Iraq, and Terrorism
genxminimalist at yahoo.com
Mon Mar 15 19:53:53 EST 2004
Actually, it's even more complicated than that, ie, it's not just
limited to distinguishing between freedom-fighting and terrorism.
There's also vigilanteism and civil obedience to add to the mixture
of combinations and permutations.
Bill Gross <bgross at airmail.net> wrote:
So, I try again. . .
One man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter?
Simplistic but is it valid.
If Al Qeada attacks civilian centers in the US because they don't like the
US influence world wide do they fit the mode of being someone's freedom
fighter or are they just plain terrorist?
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