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Rhetoric: Terrorism

“Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never break me”; we’ve all heard the familiar nursery rhyme designed to cheer up...

Why the threat of terror will never go away

Ayoub El Khazzani, David Ali Sonboly, Riaz Khan Ahmadzai, Medhi Nemmouche, Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel. The connection between these jihadists – who waged terror and...

When beer gets political – a look at Oktoberfest

Binge drinking is a concept commonly frowned upon amidst civilised societies and yet for two weeks from September through to October (17 September to 3 October)...

What should we make of the terror attacks on Brussels and...

The Easter week represents the most important period in the Christian calendar, and is seen as a time of peace and hope. Perhaps this...

The Foreign Perspective: the issue of citizenship

In the aftermath of the Paris attacks in November last year the French President, Francois Hollande, saw his chance to unite the French people...

Islam does not foster terrorism, but thinking otherwise has the potential...

The dominant topic on the minds of many over the week needs little introduction. On the whole, people have shown admirable gestures of peace...

What might the attacks on Paris mean for Syria?

Amongst expressions of grief and sympathy for victims of the terror attack on Paris on the 13th of this month, talk soon turned to...

Vigil for humanity 15/11/15 – in pictures

Pictures taken at the candle lit vigil outside the forum to show support for the people of Paris, Beirut and other places where atrocities have...

Over 1,000 attend ‘Vigil for Humanity’

O ver 1,000 students and members of the public attended a candlelit vigil to remember victims of the Paris and Beirut terror attacks yesterday evening. The...
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