How do we make the world safer?
RE: Islamic terrorism
In 2016, alone, Islamic attacks in the following countries resulted in over 3,000 dead and injured, many of them compassionate and loving Muslims: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Belgium, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Egypt, France, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Libya, Nigeria, Pakistan, Somalia, Turkey, United States and Yemen. The locations at which Islamic terrorist attacks were perpetrated include: airplanes, buses, malls, nightclubs, restaurants, theatres and trains.
To turn our backs on these facts to rely on current checks and balances is unwise. Profiling is undoubtedly required; however, the question is, how do we fight Islamic terrorism without bringing hardship to Muslim friends and family? How do we make the world safer for everyone, Muslim and non-Muslim alike? Michael Feldman, Dundas