Here is an article in Der Spiegel about the threat to Europe from the Islamic State's beachhead in Libya. The alarm is legitimate. But it is also a misplaced alarm, or slightly off, leading to a misreading of men and events. The Muslim menace in Europe exists because there are now millions of Muslims in Europe, adhering to texts that cannot be changed, cannot be interpreted away, and that inculcate hostility and murderous hatred of non-Muslims. The Islamic State -- in Iraq and Syria, in Lebanon or Gaza or Yemen or Nigeria -- is a threat, but more of a threat are those already in Europe, largely supported by transfers of wealth from non-Muslim taxpayers, which taxpayers are not replacing themselves but supporting, through free health care and education and through family allowances and generous housing subsidies, the ever-increasing numbers of Muslims, who are not part of, who do not want to be part of, non-Muslim societies, but want those societies to become ever more open to slow and steady islamization, by the removal of all obstacles to the spread and then the dominance of Islam. This won't change, this won't go away. It will only get worse unless nation-states, decide that they not only understand the problem, but are willing, coute que coute, not to "solve" it, but deal with it, to reduce it to manageabe proportions, and to put Islam, and MusLIms, on the run.