In early March, then Minister of Home Affairs Peter Dutton signalled his intention to proscribe British Neo-Nazi group Sonnenkrieg Division (SKD), a terrorist organisation. This represented a significant, if contextually alarming, moment in Australian history.
Farah Beaini’s poem is dedicated to honour those who fell victims to senseless violent terrorist attacks, both in Melbourne and internationally.
An accessible and vital account of how the extreme ideology of Salafi jihadism branched off from the peace and acceptance teachings of Islam.
David Kilcullen’s Blood Year provides an insider’s perspective on the critical failings of the War or Terror, writers Samaya Borom.
Right Now interviews Andrew Zammit, researcher at Monash University’s Global Terrorism Research Centre, about domestic terrorism in Australia.
When an act of terrorism strikes, everyday Muslims in Australia suffer alongside every other Australian, writes Zoya Patel.
Why do we turn some incidents of political violence into public spectacles of terrorism while obscuring others?
The murders of Charlie Hebdo journalists was a horrific tragedy. But that does not mean the “right to offend” is a cause we should champion, writes Somayra Ismailjee.
What motivates your average Australian to engage with an extreme cause?
Right Now Editor Hector Sharp interviews Mike Smith, former UN Human Rights Commissioner and current Executive Director of UNCTED about life, terrorism and human rights education.