England, Spain, France, the USSR and even the United States all have very harsh antiterrorism legislation. They even tend to set aside individual freedoms. That, however, did not prevent terrorist attacks from happening. In fact, I visited Whitemoor prison in England. I asked the warden what kind of clientele he had and he said 60% to 70% of the inmates were Muslim. The entire penitentiary is filled with so-called or real terrorists, who committed terrorist acts. It is a huge jail.
Do you not believe that at the end of the day, creating this type of legislation makes no sense? It is useless because terrorist attacks are still happening. You can fill jails up with alleged terrorists but it does not change a thing. Should we not look for the solution elsewhere? Yes, we need legislation, but legislation that respects the rights of individuals. We need to strike a balance. There may be other solutions we could consider. What other solutions could there be?