The Sunday Magazine

Special program dedicated to the Paris attacks

Paris has had its 9/11 - Michael's essay: "If it is in someone's mind to kill Parisians, there is no better time nor place than on a Friday night in the cafés, in a concert hall-filled with young people, in a soccer stadium." Aftermath of Paris attacks - some shed blood, others give it: Outside the Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital on the Left Bank, Parisians formed long lines to donate blood for the wounded. Paul Rogers on Paris attacks: When events defy our attempts to make sense of the world, The Sunday Edition turn to Paul Rogers, Professor of Peace Studies at the University of Bradford in the United Kingdom. How to talk to children about terrorism: Kate Kemp-Griffin is a Canadian who has been living in France since 1989. The mother of some of her children's friends, was killed in the attack. Terrorism expert Michael Zekulin on fear of ISIS in Canada: In the wake of the Paris attacks, is withdrawal from the ISIS bombing missions still the right move for the Trudeau government? Michael Zekulin of the University of Calgary specializes in terrorism and security issues. Two writers reflect on the Paris attacks: Two Canadian writers intimately connected to the city of Paris are both shaken, and angry - in very different and surprising ways. Muslim Lives Matter: In France - as in the U.S. after 9/11 - people are bracing for a backlash. We talk to Mustafa Bayoumi, author of "This Muslim American Life: Dispatches from the War on Terror".

Paris has had its 9/11 - Michael's essay:

"If it is in someone's mind to kill Parisians, there is no better time nor place than on a Friday night in the cafés, in a concert hall-filled with young people, in a soccer stadium."

Aftermath of Paris attacks - some shed blood, others give it: Outside the Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital on the Left Bank, Parisians formed long lines to donate blood for the wounded.  

Paul Rogers on Paris attacks - making sense of the senseless: When events defy our attempts to make sense of the world, The Sunday Edition turns to Paul Rogers, Professor of Peace Studies at the University of Bradford in the United Kingdom.

How to talk to children about terrorism: Kate Kemp-Griffin is a Canadian who has been living in France since 1989. The mother of some of her children's friends was killed in the attack.

Terrorism expert Michael Zekulin on fear of ISIS in Canada: In the wake of the Paris attacks, is withdrawal from the ISIS bombing missions still the right move for the Trudeau government? Michael Zekulin of the University of Calgary specializes in terrorism and security issues.

Two Canadian writers reflect on the Paris attack: Nancy Huston and Adam Gopnik are intimately connected to the city of Paris. They are both shaken and angry - in very different and surprising ways.

Muslim Lives Matter: In France - as in the U.S. after 9/11 - people are bracing for a backlash. We talk to Mustafa Bayoumi, author of This Muslim American Life: Dispatches from the War on Terror.

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