Island Morning | Jun 24, 2013 | 12:21

Religions and Terrorism - Dr. Scott Dunbar

Former UPEI professor, Dr. Scott Dunbar, an expert on interfaith relations and religious terrorism, begins a new national research project, seeking to foster respect and understanding between faith groups, and help stamp out the spread of terrorism.

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