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@9YDDTQJRepublican from Iowa answered…3wks

No they need to prove they have no terrorist ties and mean our country no harm before given any constitutional rights

@9MZ7FMNAmerican Solidarity from New Jersey answered…1yr

If they are a suspect than, they should be tested fairly but if they are a known terrorist than they should be locked up with no trial.

@9N26W35Women’s Equality from Georgia answered…1yr

Yes, only after there has been an efficient investigation in collaboration with the country(ies) that believe they are suspect

@9N22TJXWomen’s Equality from Michigan answered…1yr

If they were terrorists is another country what is stopping them from becoming a terrorist in this country too.

@9N2JCLMDemocrat from Illinois answered…1yr

if they are proven they are terrorists, no but if they are proven they are not, yes.

@9YK97FHTranshumanist from Missouri answered…2wks

Yes, depending on the laws of the country foreign terrorist is from.

@9YK69ZYDemocrat from Washington answered…2wks

@Erik-KountzmanWorking Family from Missouri answered…5 days

No, they should be tried in military tribunals, but not subject to torture, also they must be given a fair trial, but not given the constitutional rights of a U.S. citizen.

@9YN4PF8Peace and Freedom from Missouri answered…5 days

Yes, but they should be given a fair trial/background check

@9YLWDVQGreen from California answered…1wk

@9YLQ4DZRepublican from Iowa answered…1wk

As long as they're only suspected to be terrorists, then they deserve a fair trial. If they've actually done something, then there's a problem.

@9YLK28RConstitution from Texas answered…1wk

Only if they are found innocent with given and valid proof.

@9YLH398Socialist from Kansas answered…1wk

@9YLF6T6Peace and Freedom from Iowa answered…1wk

yes but only if there american citizens and pose no current threat to the people

@9YLBF5RDemocrat from Arizona answered…1wk

If they are claimed as suspects I think it would be fair for them to be tried in federal courts with a fair trial and if proven innocent then they should be able to gain the rights that everyone else possess

@9YL3VC8Women’s Equality from Hawaii answered…1wk

@9YKZ2LCWorking Family from Colorado answered…1wk

@9YKW8QMDemocrat from Arkansas answered…1wk

Only if the suspects are proven to have commited terrorism.

@9YKTXQ9American Solidarity from Washington answered…1wk

@9YKTNVDWomen’s Equality from California answered…1wk

They should be given a fair trial, but treated as any other criminal.

@9YKPW4QPeace and Freedom from Maryland answered…1wk

This question depends if the person is a citizen, and if they´re only suspects and nothing has been proven.

@9YK2MKWWomen’s Equality from Missouri answered…2wks

Yes, ONLY bIf they are only suspects and not actual terrorists

@9YJL4XNWomen’s Equality from Alabama answered…2wks

@9YHW8BNDemocrat from Utah answered…2wks

Yes, if they are a citizen, even if they are a suspect. They are called RIGHTS for a reason.

@9YHVQMVAmerican from Washington answered…2wks

If they are here illegally then no, but if in time of war us necessary actions

@9YHPWTZRepublican from Ohio answered…2wks

No, for they are not garuanteed those rights under US Constitution.

@9YHBHD2Socialist from California answered…2wks

There is no such thing as a "right" thus the question of terrorists having "rights" from the constitution is a pseudo problem.

@9YH6RN7American Solidarity from Oklahoma answered…2wks

I think they shouldn't be treated different, they should still get a fair trial but idk if I would say yes.

@9YGCLLJTranshumanist from Illinois answered…2wks

As a human being I believe that all people deserve to be innocent until proven guilty. The question states, “should foreign terrorism suspects be given constitutional rights?” If the are suspected that doesn’t mean they are guilty. Try to be in their shoes.

@9YFBMCNPeace and Freedom from Wisconsin answered…2wks

Yes, as long as they go through the right proccess to become proper citecens.

@9MNVYZNDemocrat from New Jersey answered…1yr

Yes, even though they are not U.S. citizens they should be given a fair trial.

@9MNGNS5Democrat from Massachusetts answered…1yr

they should be able to have a trial if they were not seen doing a violent act but if they where seen doing it no trial.

@9MMNSNRPeace and Freedom from North Carolina answered…1yr

@Raegan-WauthierWomen’s Equality from Connecticut answered…1yr

if they are proven not guilty or dangerous then yes of course they are human, but if they actually did something or are planning to then no.

@9MLYY4TTranshumanist from Arkansas answered…1yr

yes if they are proved to not be a terrorist or in relations with a terrorist group

@9MLNQ8XPeace and Freedom from Alabama answered…1yr

They should be protected by the law but allowed regular privacy protection

@9MKYFLCWomen’s Equality from Kansas answered…1yr

Yes, unless the evidence is undeniably against them they should get a fair trial in court to prove their innocence.

@9MKF6KSWomen’s Equality from Colorado answered…1yr

if they are proven 100% guilty then no but if they proved innocent then yes.

@9MK8Q3VIndependent from Massachusetts answered…1yr

depends also based on background checks for example no felonys etc

@9MJQV6KGreen from South Dakota answered…1yr

They should be given rights unless there is actual evidence proving that they are terrorism suspects.


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