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Beslan event and negotiating with terrorists

Q1. What was the Beslan event? What were three lessons learned by terrorists from that incident?

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Most governments do not like to acknowledge is that some terrorist do not want to talk, they don't want to escape, and they don't want to make concessions. They are generally there for one reason and one reason only, and that it to bring attention they cause, through any means necessary! In this case we have video that has since been released showing the terrorist planting the explosives, calmly discussing their plan and actions already completed. Most of them seemed to know exactly what they were in for, and had accepted that they would probably not leave the school alive.

Q2. Do you think that we should ever take the time to negotiate with these types of terrorists?

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In that incident, the terrorists learned that the Russian government is weak against force tnat involves many terrorists at once. They also learned that in times of crisis, the government is very disorganized when it comes to rescue operations. In essence, the third ...

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Most governments do not like to acknowledge is that some terrorist do not want to talk, they don't want to escape, and they don't want to make concessions. They are generally there for one reason and one reason only, and that it to bring attention they cause, through any means necessary! In this case we have video that has since been released showing the terrorist planting the explosives, calmly discussing their plan and actions already completed. Most of them seemed to know exactly what they were in for, and had accepted that they would probably not leave the school alive.

Q2. Do you think that we should ever take the time to negotiate with these types of terrorists?

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