An ad campaign by Brussels’ tourism department mocked the idea of a terrorist attack in the city with waffle jokes just two months before Monday’s massacres inside the city’s subway system and airport.Creators of the #CallBrussels campaign thought it would be a good idea to post phone booths around the city for people who were concerned about Islamic terrorism. It was approved after reports linked the city to the Nov. 13, 2015, terror attacks in Paris, France, that killed 130. That turned out to be true, as wanted fugitive Salah Abdeslam and two others were taken into custody in Brussels after a shootout with police last Friday.Abdeslam’s fingerprints were also found in a Brussels apartment during an anti-terror raid early last week. An Algerian national identified as Mohamed Belkaid, 35, was killed by a police sniper.
Then of course came yesterday, with over 30 innocents killed in Brussels to please Allah.