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This is a very subjective question and depends on your own opinion and ideological preference in the conflict between freedom and security.
One way international terrorists may use the rights of the Constitution against America is by recruiting American citizens as terrorist agents. If the US were to capture a non-American terrorist, he or she is not really entitled to the same legal protections of a US citizen, who has a right to stand trial before a jury of peers, cannot be forced to testify against himself via coercion, and has a whole host of other Constitutional protections based largely on the bill of rights.
(To see the difference in how we may or may not treat the different categories of terrorist suspects, look up John Walker Lindh - a US citizen captured fighting for the Taliban in Afghanistan - and Jose Padilla, a US citizen arrested in the US vs. foreign terrorist suspects held at ...
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