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Hate and terrorism are not synonymous

Calling all serious hate-motivated violent crime ‘terrorism’ is unnecessary, unhelpful and problematic: we need to stop doing this

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Ontario truck attack Video

London truck attack: 2 weeks later, what do we know now?

Phil Gurski talks with CKWR’s John Maciel about the London hit and run incident earlier this month.

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Ontario truck attack Quick Hits

London truck attack: Why ”why” is hard to fathom

Quick hits 168 – How reliable witness statements are and why we often never determine the real reasons for violent events.

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Ontario truck attack Perspectives

Hurry up culture does not help understand terrorism or acts of mass violence

The reason for the cowardly attack in London (ON) on June 6 is yet to be determined; calling it terrorism prematurely is not helpful

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Ontario truck attack Video

Too early to say if London vehicle attack was terrorism

Not enough information is available yet to say with certainty the allegedly hate-motivated London vehicle attack was an act of terrorism.

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Quick Hits Video

London truck attack: Murder, hate crime or terrorism?

Quick Hits 167 – Muslims in London, Ont., express shock, grief in wake of ‘planned’ hit and run

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Atlanta Spa Shooting: Unfounded fear of racially motivated attacks?

More details on the latest news in the Atlanta spa shootings.

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Perspectives

What did the Minassian verdict tell us about terrorism?

The verdict in the 2018 Toronto van killings was a good reminder that jumping to conclusions about terrorism is rarely a good idea

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Right-wing extremism Video

Hate in the Homeland: The New Global Far Right

A startling look at the unexpected places where violent hate groups recruit young people.

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September Today in Terrorism

September 14, 2016: Arson at Canadian mosque

A man received a 25-month jail sentence for trying to burn down a Hamilton, Ontario mosque to ‘bring jihad’ to Canadian Muslims.