Responding to Religiously-Inspired Terror: Mayor Sadiq Khan on the London Attacks

Just to quick note to point to recent RSIS Commentaries on the London terror attack in March outside parliament.

The first to appear was by myself, titled as the headline here, which looks at the way such events may be spoken of in the public sphere. It is available on my academia.edu website here:

https://www.academia.edu/32212527/Responding_to_Religiously-Inspired_Terror_Mayor_Sadiq_Khan_on_the_London_Attacks

The second was by my colleague Assoc Prof Kumar Radhakrishna which notes the wider issue of what he terms “the weaponisation” of “everyday life” and looks at the potential likely rise of such lone-wolf attacks which do not rely on sophisticated weaponry but use cars, knives, and other things we can readily access:

https://www.academia.edu/32212527/Responding_to_Religiously-Inspired_Terror_Mayor_Sadiq_Khan_on_the_London_Attacks

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