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Europe on the Brink

Brussels, Belgium (Photo: flickr/archer10)

Last week's horrific terror attacks in Brussels, Belgium, were just the latest to rock the European continent. Writing at World Affairs Journal, Michael J. Totten says that compared to the U.S., Europe is being torn apart by radical Islamists:

Europe appears to be falling apart.

Last week, an ISIS cell killed dozens of people and wounded hundreds more in twin suicide bombings at the Brussels airport and in the Maalbeek metro station, and the following weekend, a proposed March Against Fear was cancelled due to “security concerns,” which no doubt amped up the city’s anxiety even more...

Americans won’t likely ever forget how the supposedly “sophisticated” European opinion-makers said America’s chickens were coming home to roost when Al Qaeda destroyed the World Trade Center, and how we—for one brain-dead reason or another—had it coming.

I wonder what Europeans think of that attitude now.

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