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How to defuse a human bomb

What would it take to persuade a terrorist to give up the life? A growing number of specialists are trying to find out.

By Drake Bennett
April 13, 2008

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SAUDI ARABIA IS one of the last places on earth one would expect to find an art therapy course for convicted terrorists. The kingdom, after all, is known for an unforgiving approach to criminal justice: thieves risk having their hands amputated, "sexual deviance" is punishable by flogging, and drug dealers are beheaded. (Full article: 1643 words)

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