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Big question: should the west stop blaming itself for Islamist terror attacks?

The Paris attacks have sparked debate about the possible causes

By Prospect Team  

Pens donated as a show of solidarity with those killed in the Charlie Hebdo attacks. © JALLAL SEDDIKI/NEWZULU/PA Images

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On 7th January, a tragic shooting at the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo killed 12 people—10 journalists and two police officers. The attack, carried out by two men who claimed to…

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