In the latest terrorist attacks, a bomb blew up inside a St. Petersburg subway station, killing 14 Russians, barely a fortnight after a jihadi killed four people in London, England.
Yet there are still many in Canada who wrongly believe the enemy we face is Islamophobia and not Islamofascism.
By contrast, in Europe, it is increasingly difficult to conceal the truth under the guise of political correctness.
On April 23, the French will go to the polls in the opening round of their presidential election.
Like the Dutch before them, one of the central issues dividing the electorate is the role of radical Islam and radical Muslims in the future of Europe.
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