Europe now finally has its very own 9/11. To be sure, Friday’s multiple attacks in Paris, killing nearly 150 people and severely wounding another 200, was not Europe’s first brush with the barbarism of radical Islam. There was the train explosion in Madrid, the Tube bombing in London, the machine gunfire on a free speech event and a local synagogue in Copenhagen, the murders at the Jewish Museum in Belgium, the Jewish day school in Toulouse and, of course, at the offices of Charlie Hebdo and the kosher market in Paris.