Yet more far-right, nationalist intolerance, hatred and violence

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Yesterday I wrote about how we must oppose the hatred being spread by Donald Trump. But I also spoke about how his hatred is common right across the world. The people involved might be different, but it all comes from the same place – that one group of people feel they are superior to another.

I mentioned situations in Myanmar, India, Norway, France, the UK and the US. Then today I look at the news and see more events.

In Canada, a terrorist attack on a mosque has killed six people.

Ko Ni, a prominent Muslim lawyer and adviser to Aung San Suu Kyi, has been assassinated in Myanmar. He has recently received death threats from Buddhist nationalists.

I fear what else might be reported today.

This has to stop.

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