It is important to recognize the differences between the war in Iraq and the war on terrorism. The treatment of those detained at Abu Ghraib is governed by the Geneva Conventions, which have been signed by both the U.S. and Iraq.
International terrorism is throwing down a challenge, and not just to Russia.
We cannot solve the problem of terrorism by asserting our will on the world.
You talked about national identity cards and the terrorism bill. We have made a government that has grown used to viewing us as subjects, has grown used to seeing its role as commanding us.
Our soldiers have done a valiant effort in fighting terrorism and bringing a semblance of law and order to the chaos in the region and it would be shortsighted to lay out a specific timetable to bring U.S. troops home prematurely before their mission is accomplished.
The challenge we have in the war on terrorism is looking around for those pieces that matter and trying to fit them together.
Mr. Speaker, I agree with those who say that the Global War on Terrorism is actually a Global War of Ideas and that terrorism is one of the tactics used in that War.
It is a struggle for the minds of the people... No cause justifies recourse to terrorism.
The federal government must accept its responsibility to secure our nation's borders. In the face of global terrorism, doing so is imperative.
Since September 11th, federal terrorism investigations have resulted in charges against more than 400 suspects, and more than half of them have been convicted.
It is not surprising that some pro-Taliban Pakistanis are now complaining because the U.S. failed to put Israel on its target list of terrorism.
This fanaticism is what feeds terrorism. And this is precisely why Muslims must play an active role in opposing hate sermons and incitement to terrorism and extremism in their mosques.
On September 11 last year international terrorism entered a new dimension.
Part of this new world of completely improvisational terrorism is that there were codes of war that disintegrated in the face of terrorism.
The Gulf War is responsible for the huge and horrifying rise in Islamic terrorism.
We're in a new world. We're in a world in which the possibility of terrorism, married up with technology, could make us very, very sorry that we didn't act.
We are ready to engage in international co-operation against terrorism with a view to safeguarding national interests and regional security and stability.
While 16 provisions of the Patriot Act are set to expire at the end of this year, the threat of terrorism to our families and our cities will not.
We need to get ready for a world where terrorism will not ever fully go away.
We are far from the end of our war against terrorism - most of which these days is Muslim in origin - but we may be at the end of the beginning.
Anyone with a gun can go out and commit an act of terrorism, even without a political affiliation.
Al Zarqawi had a long history of terrorism. He was responsible for several bombings and beheadings in Iraq, including Pennsylvania native Nicholas Berg.
In the United States, it's the mandate of the FBI to gather information relating to terrorism, go out and collect it, to do the interviews, to do the investigative work.
Any Human Rights Council reform that allows countries that sponsor terrorism to remain as members, such as Cuba, is not real reform. And in the past, countries such as Libya, Iran and Syria have participated on this council.
The war against terrorism is a war against those who engage in torture.