I wondered at the time what was the goal of these "peace marches" and whether they would be followed by additional steps. I estimated that they wouldn't – and unfortunately, I was right.
Nothing has been done since then by the world powers against the Islamic State murderers and the rest of the bloodthirsty Islamic gangs. Occasionally, the Americans and their few Arab partners in the Middle East attack ISIS targets from the air – attacks which achieve nothing – while European countries like France, Britain and Germany hardly do a thing.
How long will it still take world powers to realize that ISIS and the rest of the radical Islamic terror groups are not fighting against Israel, against the occupation or against the settlements? How long will it take the leaders of the free world to realize that the murder sprees in Tunisia, Kuwait and France are directed at Christianity and the Muslim factions that don't agree with the supporters of radical Islam?
It will be interesting to see how the leaders of France and Britain react now, if they even react. They will likely reward the main funder of Islamic terror, Iran, with a few additional concessions in the impending nuclear agreement.
As for US President Barack Obama, the father of that damned agreement which poses a danger to the entire world, he will probably continue arguing that it is a good and efficient agreement. Why now, with only a few months left in the White House, he can afford to make any move he would not have dared to make had he been able to be reelected.
Unfortunately, it seems that the call on world power to wake up immediately is falling on deaf ears. And anyway, the feeling is that it is already too late. Right now, only drastic measures will be able to save the world from terror.