“How should I respond to terrorism?” This is the question that has plagued my thoughts over the past several weeks. It is clear to all that terrorism is now very much part of Western society, and that we are to be ‘alert but not alarmed’, yet it is very hard not to be ‘alarmed’ when you hear the frequent reports of atrocities occurring. When you read of Muslims driving vehicles into crowds and slitting throats, or when a coward blows himself up for Allah at a concert aimed at teenagers; how can I not be alarmed, and indeed not...Read More
Author: Josh Williamson
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