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Opinion on the Beslan terror Event

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

Q2. Do you believe the response the United States has taken since September 11, 2001 goes far enough to combat terrorism? What would you do differently? What would you keep the same?

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

Even though Wikipedia is not considered a scholarly source, it can sometimes be an excellent place to begin researching from other sources which can be verified. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beslan_school_hostage_crisis details the Beslan Event, the taking of hostages at a public school in Russia, which resulted in the loss of over 300 lives, many of which were children - almost 200 children. There is much criticism of the government for its handling of the incident, and the reporting of facts ...

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The terrorist event at Beslan school in Russia is discussed. What the terrorists learned from the event, and public reaction afterwards, as well as reflection on modern efforts to avoid terror acts is examined.

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