Saturday May 30, 2020

No warnings, no mercy, and no fear of death

The EU is ill-equipped to deal with murderous jihadi suicide bombers

27th March, 2016
A Metro station is closed off at the Place de la Bourse following the attacks last Tuesday Pic: Getty

Ironically, it is the sheer normality and ordinariness of the freeze frame CCTV photo that is most terrifying. Just three men calmly wheeling their luggage trolleys into an airport terminal, casually dressed and seemingly relaxed about it all. Then you notice something strangely out of the ordinary: two of them have only one glove each on their left hands. In the gloves most probably are the explosive-detonators, kept dry and out of sight.

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