After Belgian police arrested Mohamed Abrini on suspicion of being the “man in the hat” seen with the Brussels airport suicide bombers, the terrorist admitted they planned to attack passengers waiting to board flights to the US, Russia and Israel.

While the threat of Islamic terror attacks in Europe constantly grows, authorities are slow to respond, resulting in recent mass attacks with numerous casualties - and heightening the chances of future attacks.

In another apparent step toward reconciliation, Israeli President Rivlin and Turkish President Erdogan spoke on the phone and expressed mutual interest in establishing an international front against global Islamic terrorism.