Your so called "unjustifiable punishments" are in retaliation to the barbaric attacks the extremists perpetrated in the first place.
Extremism draws its fuel from atrocities committed on their community and do-nothing-and-simply-watch attitude of the International Community.
Why did the people who perpetrated the attacks on London and in Mumbai do so?
Mumbai - I don't know. But London because of Blair's foreign policy.
Did they undergo atrocities?
Their "community" is still being subjected to such atrocities as I speak. Now I want to clarify one thing that I don't consider Al-Qaeda or such to be a part of the Muslim community, but the terrorist organisations still consider themselves as a part of the community. It's about how THEY perceive it. Even then they were ONCE a part of the community before they turned into terrorists.
? That has got to be the lamest argument I have ever heard.
First of all, I was not defending terrorists in any way.(Or did it occur to you that I was?!?) I was simply stating the obvious as to why would someone turn into a suicide bomber or a terrorist in the first place.
Who gives them the right to kill others and destroy property just because he has been tormented?
US gave Israel the right to kill Lebanese people and destroy their property just because... :)
So let this terrorist find the people who did torment him and exact his revenge there.
They all show up on your TV on a daily basis.
Because if this terrorist really believes that killing thousands of innocents will be worthwhile revenge, he deserves to be brought down...hard
And you should be brought down hard too. There's no way you can get rid of terrorists without involving multiple times more civilian casualties if you are thinking of a military solution. If you side with an option that involves the death of innocent people you are no different from the terrorists you hate so much. Hatred breads hatred. An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind.