1 March @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
A mog storms the US Senate. Sessions are ended, tear gas is strewn, chaos reigns.
How do MAGA hats, swastikas and ISIS flags lead to violent extremism?
One sure sign that someone is become radicalised, perhaps violently so, is their rejection of democracy.
Statements like “we never saw this coming” when referring to terrorist acts are inaccurate: there are things to look for.
A startling look at the unexpected places where violent hate groups recruit young people.
A lot of experts are not experts. Take the term ‘self-radicalisation’: it is a myth. Two recent cases illustrate why radicalisers are so important.
Kamran Bhatti, a youth outreach worker within Muslim communities discusses with Phil Gurski about how security intelligence and law enforcement should work together.
What do we do once we try and incarcerate terrorists? Phil Gurski talks to Nancy Yammout, a Lebanese woman who goes into prisons to see how she can make a difference.
What if climate activists turn to terrorism? Is this on the horizon? Borealis weighs on on the reality of this form of violent extremism.