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Many experts believe that so-called "soft targets," such as malls, hotels, and sporting events, are attractive targets for terrorists. In fact, overseas these kinds of commercial establishments and venues are often targets of attack. According to a Rand Corporation report, from 1998 to 2006 there were more than sixty terrorist attacks against shopping centers in twenty-one countries. Even here in the United States, there are individuals currently in prison for threats of mass destruction against shopping malls.