Armed ISIS wannabe dead after being shot by police on Logan Motorway in Australia.
Blasphemy laws are still common around the world. Why?
The warning signs in the Christchurch terrorist’s Australian upbringing.
What to make of a new NSIRA report criticising CSIS for using open source info to help it do its job?
So what happens when extremists show up to deradicalisation events seeking to recruit those being helped?
This past Tuesday, an architect of an extraordinary Toronto 18 terrorism plot to detonate truck bombs in the city’s downtown core was granted day parole.
In the wake of a brutal killing and beheading of a French teacher in October for his ‘crime’ of showing the Muhammad cartoons, a report has come out saying French security and intelligence services failed to “appreciate the gravity of the defamatory campaign on social media against the teacher”. In other words, the French blew it. […]
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Austria apparently received but failed to act on intelligence from Germany and Slovakia. Was the attack a failure?
In this episode, Phil discusses B.C. pipeline opponents facing U.S. terrorist charge over train track interference.