Tough questions need to be asked about homegrown radicalism

“Everyone wishes homegrown terror didn’t exist. But when it happens, most of us try to learn why and how it can be prevented. Yet there are always those who, for various reasons, think we shouldn’t ask tough questions. They try to make us look the other way.

But apparently asking such questions is the bigger problem. That’s the thrust of a piece by Toronto Star columnist Haroon Siddiqui.

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