Dealing with tough Terrorists

Today I read a disturbing article about Eritrea ad the terrible human trafficking  trade there.

Brutal Bedouin gangs kidnap political refugees, hold them prisoners, take their cell phones and ring their relatives in other countries and torture their victims while they are on the phone, demanding a ransom.  (Phew! - we just don't know how lucky we are - do we!)

But some people around us use the same tactics to terrorise us - to make us panic, to unbalance us to yield to their demands.

Children, alcoholics, drug addicts and people with personality disorders all do it.

They have the same ruthless lack of compassion and understanding of what they are doing and disregard for the consequences they are causing.

The only way to deal with it is with "Ruthless Compassion." 

Sometimes you need to accept that the terrorist is going to kill your family member even if you pay the ransom.

In the article, it talks about how some people pay the ransom to the gang and the gang just sells their relative to another gang who charge another ransom.  Or they kill them anyway.  Or they are dead already.

You really gotta be strong in these circumstances.

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