**Who were the two people who were captured?
**Where were they captured?
**Other than the Kenyan Mall Attack, what else are they believed to be responsible for?
**Read this paragraph taken from the article.
The operations were carried out even as polls show Americans are skittish about U.S. military involvement in overseas conflicts. This means, Francona said, that others who might be in the U.S. government's cross hairs could have more reason to worry.
What is your opinion on this matter? How do you feel that the U.S. is involved in military operations in other countries? Was this a good move? Do we have the "right" to find and capture these terrorists? Remember there are no wrong answers! Just support your answer!