The weak flank in Abbott's terror response

Australia is at a cross-roads in relations between Muslims and non-Muslims. By committing $13m in various programs to help young Muslims at risk of radicalisation, Tony Abbott has taken a step in the right direction, but it's nowhere near enough.

In 1974, the worst year of ‘the Troubles’ in Northern Ireland, the IRA detonated around 60 bombs in mainland Britain, many of them in London.

The bombings decreased after that, but remained a regular feature of life in the UK right up until the last ‘Real IRA’ bomb went off in 2001.


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