Our focus on sending armed forces to confront Islamist terrorists is understandable but the outcome is seldom definitive.
Terrorists from Egypt’s Al Gama’a Al Islamiyah massacred 62 people, including 58 tourists, at the Temple of Hatshepsut in November 1997.
Upwards of 60 Christians were killed by Islamist terrorists in Central African Republic after Christian terrorists attacked Muslims.
Islamist extremists beheaded three Christian schoolgirls in Indonesia in October 2005 and wounded a fourth severely.
When you hear someone say that terrorism has ‘changed’ and that we have to change with it be skeptical. Nothing really has changed over 150 years with the sole exception of technology.
Accusations that the Canadian Security Intelligence Service is Islamophobic do not take into account facts that Canadians have become jihadis.