The attacks in Belgium, France and Germany reinforce the fears of the unfolding procedure, dictated by the European Union.
The fabric of cohesion that offers peace, prosperity and security is woven patiently for decades, and suddenly it all rasplyvetsya up a storm. Terrible execution of a priest in Normandy cinched the rope even tighter on the "throat" of the EU.
The day before the murder of the French priest near Rouen, a rock concert in Germany were the target of a suicide bomber who had sworn allegiance to ISIS. Today, European security, particularly in the North, trying to deal with this threat. Across Europe, several thousand young men and women made their way to join the intelligence in Iraq and Syria.
The task is to try to calculate those Islamist extremists who never move and silently tend to the nihilistic ideology of the terror group. These lone wolves often much harder to find and control.
Offering a home to Syrian refugees, Angela Merkel was praised for her moral qualities at the time, as dissenters criticized for opening the doors of Germany. Last week fear materialized into reality in the form of random attacks. Merkel and her French counterpart President Francois Hollande - not to mention the UK and Belgium have different views on Europe.
The couple sees no compromise on the migrants and refugees, and yet they must, to address the growing threat from ISIS, need to find a common language for the sake of security. Cooperation in the fight against terrorism could be the beginning.
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