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Duty -versus- ConscienceViews: 105
Dec 22, 2008 8:25 am re: re: re: re: re: re: re: Duty -versus- Conscience
7 Th Thinking Hat I only heard about the Geneva and Hague stuff. I suppose they deal with how to treat POWs. But I don't think they figoured out such things as terrorism. War is straight forward thing between nations and wars are mostly conducted after 'declaring' a war so that the both sides know what to expect.

But terrorists torment the governments by targetting unsuspecting civilians and that too for their own private agenda which they do not want to resolve through legitimate means. You don't owe any decency to them.

Even he US did not choose to apply Geneva or Hague to Afgan prisonors. Very rightly they called their prisoners with a newly coined term "Illegal Combatents" and not POWs.

As I already said we need to differentiate between enemity and criminality. These two situations call for two definitely different approaches.

Learn from our ancient Chanakya. Enemy is should be annihilated. Criminal may be punished or pardoned.

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