Nathanial Veltman shocked his native Canada and the wider world when he killed four members of a Muslim family by running them over with his pickup truck in London, Ontario, on June 6. Veltman's attack left a fifth person wounded, a nine-year-old boy who is now an orphan. Suspicions have arisen that Veltman targeted his victims because of their Muslim faith, provoking cries in Canada for greater efforts against "Islamophobia." Yet other evidence indicates that Veltman was psychologically disturbed. To analyze this horror in the wider context of "Islamophobia" claims, Jihad Watch director Robert Spencer will join Conservative Casual Friday show host Andrew E. Harrod, a Jihad Watch contributor. What evidence suggests that hate motivated Veltman's savagery? Is anti-Muslim violence the greatest extremist threat in Canada or anywhere else? How do Islamist groups exploit such crimes in order to stifle counter-jihad efforts? Spencer will discuss these and other issues.