Catholic devotees pray at St Anthony’s church after it was partially opened for the first time since the Easter Sunday attacks in Colombo, Sri Lanka, on May 7. Photo: AFPCatholic devotees pray at St Anthony’s church after it was partially opened for the first time since the Easter Sunday attacks in Colombo, Sri Lanka, on May 7. Photo: AFP
Catholic devotees pray at St Anthony’s church after it was partially opened for the first time since the Easter Sunday attacks in Colombo, Sri Lanka, on May 7. Photo: AFP

Letters | How extreme self-love creates hate waves around the world: common sense must prevail over extremist rhetoric

  • Collective narcissists are on the march, from the mosque attack in New Zealand to the Easter bombings in Sri Lanka. We all have a duty to keep this dangerous narrative in check
Topic |   Terrorism
Catholic devotees pray at St Anthony’s church after it was partially opened for the first time since the Easter Sunday attacks in Colombo, Sri Lanka, on May 7. Photo: AFPCatholic devotees pray at St Anthony’s church after it was partially opened for the first time since the Easter Sunday attacks in Colombo, Sri Lanka, on May 7. Photo: AFP
Catholic devotees pray at St Anthony’s church after it was partially opened for the first time since the Easter Sunday attacks in Colombo, Sri Lanka, on May 7. Photo: AFP
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