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PARIS: The jihadis' targets in Europe are depressingly repetitive: the Brussels metro, the Champs-Elysees in Paris (twice), tourist-filled bridges in London (twice) and a UK rock concert. And that's just the past few months.
The steady stream of attacks on centers of daily life have drawn pledges from Europeans not to let terrorists change how they live, but in ways large and small they already have.
There is a heightened awareness and quicker reactions, especially in the hardest-hit countries of France, Britain and Belgium, that would have seemed unthinkable just a few years ago.
In Brussels on Tuesday, a 36-year-old Moroccan man shouting "Allahu akbar!" set off a bomb among subway commuters. The bomb didn't detonate in full and.contd
originally posted by: Breakthestreak
Yeah I wonder how Russians would 'adapt' to the constant threat of muslim attacks. Would it be 'part and parcel of living in a big city'?
I don't think so
How about Koreans? Polish? Mexicans? Brazilians?
Would everyone on the planet be as pathetically gutless as the general population in Western Europe?
originally posted by: MidnightGoddess
I don't think Europeans should have to put up with this day in day out. They need backbone, something they've been lacking for far too long. What do you think? Should they just give up and toss their arms in the air, or do you think they deserve to question why their Gov't and the UN has more control over their lives akin to a toddler?
originally posted by: DISRAELI
a reply to: ClovenSky
I think you've already replied to my post once. How many replies do you need?
Support for suicide terrorism among Muslim Americans is similarly rare: 78% believe that suicide bombing and other forms of violence against civilian targets to defend Islam from its enemies can never be justified, and another 5% say these types of attacks are rarely justified. Fewer than one-in-ten American Muslims say that suicide bombing is sometimes (7%) or often (1%) justified.
The jihadis' targets in Europe are depressingly repetitive: the Brussels metro, the Champs-Elysees in Paris (twice), tourist-filled bridges in London (twice) and a UK rock concert. And that's just the past few months.