Photographed for the Wall Street Journal.

Two years later, many are still trying to come to terms with the Quebec City Mosque shooting that killed six people. The attack, a rare mass shooting in Canada, shocked Quebec’s Muslim community and showed that the country wasn’t immune to the sometimes violent backlashes that have accompanied growing immigrant populations elsewhere.

Khadija Thabti, who lost her husband that evening, still has to show her 5-year-old daughter the front door of their home is locked before the girl will go to bed. “My life was turned upside down,” Ms. Thabti said. “I still cannot believe that my husband has


Story by Kim Mackrael.

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