Berlin: A Failure of Policy, Not Intelligence
In the aftermath of this week’s truck jihad attack in Berlin which flattened part of the German capital’s main Christmas market, killing 12 innocents and injuring 48 more, many questions have rightly arisen. Especially because the killer, a 24 year-old migrant criminal turned jihadist from Tunisia, was known to German authorities as a would-be terrorist who was in touch with ISIS-linked radicals.
Lots of uncomfortable issues now must be dealt with, across Europe and the West, if we want to save innocent lives from jihadism at home. I unpacked several of these knotty problems on FoxNews yesterday.
You can see my FNC interview here — enjoy!