Opinion

A poor argument to explain terrorism

If we continue to associate poverty with terrorist violence we will adopt counter measures that are not relevant. Yes, anti-poverty policies and programs are good and they should be increased. But they have little to do with terrorism.

More than 100 Bangladeshi gunman stormed a Dhaka café in Bangladesh on July 1, 2016, where 28 people were killed including 20 hostages, two police officers and six militants. Photograph courtesy of YouTube

By PHIL GURSKI

PUBLISHED : Monday, July 11, 2016 12:00 AM

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