Ok, Let's not call this terrorist. Anyway, both behaviours are really similars and that what is really sick.I think you mean "don't respect" or "disrespect", but anyway, your definition of terrorist goes against how most people would define it. Terrorism isn't about whether you give someone a trial of not. Just by looking at the name, you can see that it's about doing violent acts intended to create fear/terror in a group of people (to intimidate them). Defining all wartime deaths as terrorism is absolutely ridiculous. It's such a charged term that, when you use it like this, I feel like I am talking to a bigot who will freely condemn anyone he doesn't like.
I don't really understand you when you say « I feel like I am talking to a bigot who will freely condemn anyone he doesn't like. ». Let's put aside the fact that it's a personnal attack, I don't care and I prefer discuss without making it personnal. But I really don't how you can come up with that conclusion. This is axactly the comportement I condamn. This is the comportement Ben Laden had when he organized 9/11. This the comportement USA had when they decided to kill Ben Laden without a trial, when they go to war in Irak (or maybe it is because of mass destruction weapons ?) and so on. This is exactly what I condemn.
Seriously, I know that this is a really emotionnal topic in USA, but when you look at the past ten years, it really looks like « OK, terrorist did attack us, so we are allowed to do whatever including what those guys did to us ». That's madness.