Canadian courts have an unfortunate tendency to not take terrorism seriously and treat it appropriately. How can we change this?
Category: Quick Hits
Why is it that a series of Canadian governments is incapable to take what their intelligence agencies tell them about national security threats?
Canada appoints an Islamophobia ‘czar’, convinced that it is all too ‘prevalent’. But who are the real Islamophobes? Spoiler alert: not who you may think.
What role should our courts play in counter terrorism? Are there court cases in which there are frivolous accusations as to who is behind terrorism?
After dragging its feet for years, Canada announced it is repatriating women ISIS jihadis: bad move Trudeau government!
Are terrorism trends as seen in 2022 likely to shift in 2023? No: jihadis will mostly likely dominate the ideological violent landscape in next year.
Recent changes to Indonesian laws suggest a rightward, less tolerant form of Islam. Should we be worried about more Islamist terrorism?
National security ‘expertise’ is woefully inaccurate and inadequate and is in need of examination – we must put these experts to the test.
Why is it that the victims of terrorism seem to disappear from our attention in the immediate aftermath of an attack: do the terrorists themselves deserve our fascination?
What should those who hold human values highly do with regimes who can help with intelligence on counter terrorism but don’t share our values?