BRUSSELS - The March 22 terrorist attack targeted the very heart of Europe. One bomb exploded in a metro station situated between two of the most important EU institutions, the Commission and the Council.
The two massive terrorist attacks in France in 2015, and now in Brussels, may lead to a conclusion that Europe as a whole has to be prepared for a “new normality,” a situation reminiscent of Israel’s everyday reality for many long years.
This is the “normality” of unexpected, asymmetrical terrorist attacks that target everyone equally —...
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