And if so, does that mean that people in Afghanistan have the right to resist the U. S. invasion?
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The constitution gives us a right to stop a country from invading us. Our rights and laws do not extend to foreign land. So our constitution doesn't hold up there. Our government also has to recognize them as "enemy combatants" working for their country as a soldier might, or they get labeled as "insurgents" instead.
In every war in history where one country might see a villain, another country might see a hero. In one part of the world they might be seen as a pirate, and in another a noble knight. It really comes down to who has power in the location you are at, as to who is recognized as a good guy or bad guy.0