Terrorism

There are shifty excuses being made for the Chareston shooting

Despite the attack on the Ottawa parliament, Canada has still not woken up to the global scale of the Islamist threat

The trial of two brothers for terrorism offences served as a window on the way digitally globalised terrorism exploits the vulnerable

We owe it to the world to prosecute home-grown war criminals of Islamic State here — not to deny them entry and their victims justice

The Islamist movement is active in Britain. Its moderate face conceals an anti-Western agenda that should worry us

As Robert S. Leiken argues in his brilliant new book, Britain’s lost confidence in nationhood has made it the centre of European jihadism

‘The new populism thrives in Scandinavia, where immigration has been sudden and driven by liberal elites advertising their humanitarian credentials’

‘What’s wrong with murderers is that they murder; not that they hold the wrong views’

What drives young men to be violent? The case of David Garnett, later darling of literary London, anticipated today’s extremists

The Governor of Punjab, Salman Taseer, was assassinated earlier today for supporting reforms to Pakistan’s arcane blasphemy laws. It is the most high profile and significant political assassination since former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto was assassinated in 2007.