CHIDIAC: Through education young people can be made aware of how they’ll be used and exploited by the people who pretend to care for them
MICALLEF: The collapse of the Islamic State nation will have a profound effect on the organization but it will not eliminate its ongoing presence
MICALLEF: Terror is not an ideology or a set of beliefs. It’s not an organization, a government or a state against which one can wage war. Terror is a tactic
MCGARVEY: Given the existing protections against unwarranted discrimination in Canada, Motion 103 clouds rather than clarifies the Islamic question
ROBINSON: It’s impossible to tour Spain or Mexico without appreciating that spiritual and cultural suppression is a denial of human reality
STEWART: How do Canadians wash away the shame of the slaughter of six men in a mosque in Quebec City?
MCGARVEY: Justin Trudeau’s relationship with the Aga Khan is a healthy thing for Canadians and the Islam world in these troubled times
MICALLEF: So far, Islamic State forces have stopped short of using civilians as a buffer between its and the advancing Iraqi military