Another tragic terrorist attack at a place of worship. Fifty innocent Muslims slain at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. The alleged terrorist was motivated by right-wing extremism and white supremacist beliefs – echoed in a lengthy manifesto released online.
Thousands of kilometres away, the murders have reverberated around the world.
The heinous crime was live-streamed on Facebook for 17-minutes before the social media platform took down the video and blocked 1.2 million re-uploads. Still, more than 300,000 uploads managed to slip by on various social media platforms.
This week on Context: as global terrorism seems to be on the rise, how can we build bridges with our neighbours?
Albert Frolov, PhD., Post Doctorate Fellow at the Institute of Islamic Studies at the University of Toronto
David Hofmann, PhD., Canadian Network for Research on Terrorism, Security, and Society.
Kyle Matthews, Executive Director, Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights – Concordia University
Clark Donnelly, Executive Producer, Little Mosque on the Prairie
Johannes Reimer, Global Director, Peace and Reconciliation Network
Manuel Böhm, Director Development, Peace and Reconciliation Network
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