Police stand guard near a scene of a police  operation in the Molenbeek-Saint-Jean district in Brussels, on March 18, 2016, as part of the investigation into the Paris November attacks. The main suspect in the jihadist attacks on Paris in November, Salah Abdeslam, was arrested in a raid in Brussels on March 18, French police sources said. / AFP / BELGA / DIRK WAEM / Belgium OUT

Terror in Brussels: it could happen here

On Tuesday morning Belgium was the latest European country to suffer a major terrorist attack. It is a disturbing reminder of the war that has not gone away. After the arrest of Salah Abdeslam, chief suspect over atrocities at the Bataclan centre in Paris last November, Belgian officials warned of the prospect of revenge attacks: perhaps spectacular atrocities, aiming at killing hundreds. They came four days later in Brussels airport and Metro — a demonstration of the jihadis’ ability to act quickly.

  • Ron MacDonald

    Justin would be speechless.

    • He would not. He would be at a Mosque mouthing apologies between kissing ass.

      • Reader

        And Omar Alghambra would be smiling from ear to ear with delight!

  • ntt1

    it will happen here..again.and turdo will apologize and crack down on islamophobia as per his handlers instructions

  • DavidinNorthBurnaby

    How many sleeper cells are already in Canerduh, waiting to attack? Do CSIS and the RCMP have a clue? I don’t. Do you?

    • Gary

      They wait until after the jihad attack than confirm they were watching this muslim for over 2 years.

    • Bataviawillem

      It does not really make a difference, because it is not the terror attacks that make a place unpleasant to live in on a daily basis, it is the presence of young muslim males on the streets of most major cities in Europe, who pester and intimidate the guest population.
      We have not seen that large scale jet, although Dundas square starts to get close.
      Just ask David Menzies.

      • DavidinNorthBurnaby

        Its nauseating that those cops refused to do their duty. And that was five years ago, how much worse has the situation become?