Does deradicalization actually works? Unfortunately no one really has any idea yet. An interesting opinion piece by Phil Gurski.
Why I was taken to task for calling what transpired in Edmonton an act of terrorism while not doing the same with the shooting at a Quebec City mosque.
There are some very nasty terrorists who are very good at what they do, but there are also many who are only slightly above incompetent! A text by Phil Gurski
Why have we made it illegal to join a terrorist group, then not bother to apply the law when it is obvious that someone has done so? By Phil Gurski
The vast difference between eradicating a disease and eradicating terrorism. A text by Phil Gurski.
When we think about terrorism and terrorists, we go immediately to explosives, suicide vests and firearms. But what about SWORDS? By Phil Gurski.
When we come across a phenomenon that is new and strange to us we often struggle to gain an understanding. What we are seeing or hearing is beyond our realm of […]
What recently happened in Barcelona has taken some interesting twists and turns. A heinous act that we all thought was yet another quasi-random example of ‘vehicular terrorism’ (Nice, Berlin, Stockholm, London, Charlottesville…) […]
When I was in grade 13 – which in my day was the last year of high school in the province of Ontario, which I suppose just underscores how old […]
A year ago Canada dodged a terrorist bullet when the almost 25-year old Muslim convert Aaron Driver climbed into a cab outside his sister’s home in Strathroy, a small town […]
One thing we have all gotten used to in the post 9/11 era is the question: at any given time how at risk are we from terrorism? In an effort […]
Most people have a hard time wrapping their heads around the sanity behind terrorism. Surely those who knowingly and willingly kill themselves by detonating a bomb strapped to their waist or […]