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Opinion: counter terrorism with understanding, not blame

 Ireland's Big Issue 16 March 2019

Jennifer May writes for Ireland’s Big Issue about countering acts of terrorism committed in the name of Islam by understanding and addressing the root of the problem, such as social exclusion, rather than laying blame at door of the entire Muslim community. Using France’s historical treatment of its immigrant population and how this may have influenced the actions of those responsible for the attacks on Charlie Hedbo, May states that “The proper inclusion of all Europe’s citizens into caring societies will go further towards fostering lasting peace than any war on terror.” (1383 Words) - By Jennifer May

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Jennifer May writes for Ireland’s Big Issue about countering acts of terrorism committed in the name of Islam by understanding and addressing the root of the problem, such as social exclusion, rather than laying blame at door of the entire Muslim community.Photo: Ireland's Big Issue


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