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‘Lone-wolf’ terrorists and domestic violence: it’s time to start joining the dots | Suzanne Moore

Feminist scholars and strategists have analysed violence for years, but their lessons about how power operates through gender and race are being ignored
A woman stands at a memorial outside the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Photograph: Cathal McNaughton/Reuters

The murder of elderly Jews at prayer, pipe bombs, the shooting of a black man and woman in Kentucky. Everyone is asking: “Who radicalises these guys?” The easy answer is Donald Trump and his vicious political rhetoric. But is it that simple? Antisemitism was rising in Europe before Trump was elected. In 2015, Jews were killed in Paris and a synagogue was attacked. .

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