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Editorial: Fear comes too close to home

While Europe and North America may be afraid to go outside, we fear the crime that comes to us.

Letters to the editor: November 27 to December 3 2015

While one reader sees Islam as an 'aggressive religion', another blames the West for the damage caused by colonialism - and scapegoating Muslims.

Intelligence is Schengen’s best defence against terrorism

Discarding Europe's free-travel zone will not curb terrorism. Intelligence and undercover police have to infiltrate organised crime gangs.

We must prepare for a 30-year war in the Middle East

Twelve years after George W Bush proclaimed a new era of peace and stability in Iraq, the Middle East is more unstable and dangerous than ever before.

Anonymous hackers could be Islamic State’s online nemesis

Anonymous strives to bring down Islamic State propaganda before it reaches the masses.

Why Islamic State targeted Paris and why it’s changing tack

In the flurry of activity since Paris was attacked, the reasons it happened in the first place risk being forgotten.

Letters to the editor: November 20 to 26 2015

Readers write in about the Paris attacks and Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille's spokesperson, Zara Nicholson, responds to an M&G article on the DA.

Radicalisation is not measurable or predictable

The Paris attackers were known fanatics who evaded police surveillance.

Paris attacks will force Hollande into bed with Assad

Several voices have made the analogy with the World War II choice by democratic countries to ally with Stalin against Hitler, writes Pierre Haski.

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