Yesterday it was Denmark, today it's Germany.
Three terror suspects, two Germans and a Turk planned to carry out "imminent" and "massive" bombs attacks on Ramstein air base and Frankfurt's international airport. They had received terrorist training in Pakistan and had close ties to al Qaeda.
According to Jorg Ziercke, president of Germany's Federal Criminal Investigation Office, the group was united by a "hatred against American citizens." They also planned to attack bars and restaurants popular with Americans.
Without secure borders, it is just a matter of time before we start seeing similar scenarios in our own country. Europe may be somewhat more vulnerable, but it is inevitable that we will see the ugly face of Islamic terrorism here in the US.
More at CNN.