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Quick Hits

Does Canada need a ‘terrorism’ offence?

A recent court case in which a young man pleaded guilty to murder in a 2020 attack raises the issue of why we need to have terrorism charges at all

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GTTW

Global Terrorism This Week (GTTW) – September 5 – 11, 2022

Global Terrorism This Week for September 5 to 11 shows, once again, a heavily dominant jihadi threat.

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Quick Hits

Islamist terrorism is a far bigger threat than ‘Islamophobia’

Claims that Islamophobia trumps Islamist terrorism in 2022 do not have a statistical leg to stand on.

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GTTW

Global Terrorism This Week (GTTW) – August 29 to September 4, 2022

Global Terrorism This Week (GTTW) – August 29 – September 4, 2022: Islamist terrorism reigns again!

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Perspectives

Is Canada’s security service focusing on the right terrorist threat?

The decision to shift counter terrorism resources from jihadis to RWE is ill-advised and may come back to bite us one day.

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Canadian Intelligence Eh!

Working as a journalist in terrorist zones: a conversation with Lynne O’Donnell

Journalists often have to put themselves in danger from violent actors, including terrorists; one reporter’s story from Afghanistan.

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GTTW

Global Terrorism This Week (GTTW) – August 15-21, 2022

Terrorism around the world for the week of August 15-21: another week dominated by Islamist terrorists

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Canadian Intelligence Eh!

An unlikely source of great analysis on terrorism – a conversation with Lucas Webber

In trying to figure out where to go when it comes credible sources on terrorism today you find good material in the oddest of places.

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Perspectives

Old jihadi causes never die…nor do they fade away

The recent attack on UK author Salman Rushdie is a potent reminder that calls for religious violence can last decades.

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GTTW

Global Terrorism This Week (GTTW) – August 8-14

Terrorism around the globe for the week of August 8-14, 2022: again dominated by Islamist terrorist groups and individuals.