The Western world was shaken on March 22 with news of a triple-bombing in Brussels, the seat of European democracy and pluralism. Our grief at the realization that ISIS has once again murdered innocents on European soil should force Canadians to assess our own policies to counter terrorism, particularly our approach to counter-radicalization. Regrettably, many have quickly forgotten about the disturbing stabbing attack on military personnel at a Canadian Forces recruiting centre in Toronto on March 14. Although
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