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A seasonal verse!

The child’s smile has been stolen

He has no expression now

The Drone took out his family

His homestead and his plough… 160 more words

With the right support, community-led efforts to tackle extremism can succeed

Originally Published by Left Foot Forward 24 November 2014. Original linked here.

Many communities have already become active in addressing Ofsted’s concerns about far right and Islamist extremism. 725 more words

Public divided on Zehaf-Bibeau's motives: poll

Canadians are divided over whether the attack in Ottawa by gunman Michael Zehaf-Bibeau on Oct. 22 was a terrorist act or the deranged action of a man suffering mental illness. 325 more words


Muslim students' association aims to Stop the CrISIS

To combat the recruiting efforts of Islamic terrorist groups, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association of Canada has launched a nationwide campaign, Stop the CrISIS, to discuss youth radicalization, de-radicalization programs and foster dialogue between Muslims and non-Muslims. 640 more words

Local News

Luger Releases Minnesota Anti-Radicalization Plan

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A federal prosecutor said Monday that a new program aimed at preventing the radicalization of Minnesota Somalis will focus on youth programs, job training and fewer security hassles when they travel by air. 459 more words


Inside an Ottawa mosque's fight against radicalism

WATCH:  In the wake of attacks carried out by apparent homegrown radicals, leading Muslim leaders across Canada are asking what they can do to steer people away from extremism. 403 more words


Guest column: Deradicalization, or disengagement from violence?

by Faisal Kutty

November 26, 2014

6 p.m.

Ambassador Autiforium, CAW Student Centre, University of Windsor


Speaking at a National Security Conference last week at the Vaparaiso University Law School in Indiana, Thomas Durkin and David Nevin, two lawyers acting for Guantanamo detainees, said that until we understand the motivation of those who use violence, we will not be able to curb the recruitment. 872 more words