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Punishment against Terrorism

 On March 15th, 49 people were killed in a terrorist attack at 2 mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. As of December 31st 2017, 106 countries have completely abolished the death penalty. New Zealand is one of them. In the countries, murderers are prohibited from being killed no matter how many innocent people they slaughter.                                                                                  In 2011, 77 people were killed and over 100 were injured in 2 terror attacks in Norway: 8 were killed in a bombing and 69 were shot to death. The perpetrator was arrested, but claimed that the attacks were justified, saying it was needed to ignite an “anti-multicultural revolution” in order to defend Western Europe from an Islamic takeover.                                                                                  Some Norwegians advocated reinstating the death penalty or others proposed bringing in life imprisonment. However, the Oslo Court sentenced the defendant to imprisonment of 10 to 21 years in accordance with the law. At maximum, one life is compensated by some 3 months (21 years ÷ 77 lives = 3.3 months).                                                                                  The accused of the New Zealand terrorism was a white Australian man. Reportedly, he was greatly influenced by the philosophy of the Norwegian white supremacist terrorist.                                                                                  Most Western countries have abolished the death penalty. However, ultra-nationalist parties have caught on in Europe. I anticipate that anti-immigrant attacks will increase. Without a death penalty, nationalistic terrorism can grow unfettered.                                                                                  Japan’s public safety is the best among major developed countries in the world. And, over 80% (80.3%) of the citizens support the death penalty according to a survey in 2015. Even though European countries criticize the death penalty, the Abe Cabinet had better not abolish capital punishment so that Japanese citizens can live in peace.                                                                            

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