The March 22 terrorist attacks in Brussels that left at least 31 people dead and 300 wounded spawned reactions ranging from expressions of hopelessness in the face of extremism to calls from politicians to heighten police patrols in U.S. Muslim neighborhoods.
While rumors and fears of further ISIS-inspired attacks — and a flurry of police raids aimed at preventing them — seem to be focused on Europe for the moment, the U.S. cannot consider itself safe.
What do you believe should be done, by ordinary people or by authorities, to lessen the danger?
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