Well, this is a breath of fresh air. Hans-Peter Friedrich, Germany’s Minister of the Interior, acknowledged that Islamist terrorism is a still a threat to Germany and Europe even after the death of Osama bin Laden.
While giving the annual report of the German equivalent of the FBI, Friedrich said, “The Islamist terrorist threat is widely varied and has not concentrated on a single leader of al-Qaeda for a long time.”
Of course, here in the good, old U.S.A., the words “Islamist terrorist threat” shall not parse the lips of President Obama nor his administration even when it directly results in the deaths of American military personnel whether at Fort Hood or at Frankfurt International Airport. No, they’ve been too busy making nice with Iran, Syria and The Muslim Brotherhood not to mention negotiating on behalf of the Palestinians.
How many Americans have to die at the hands of those who shout, “Allahu Akbar!” before the Obama Administration realizes the futility of their efforts? I hope we never have to find out.
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