This evening on “Special Report,” Charles Krauthammer weighed in on what the attack on Canadian Parliament in Ottawa reveals about the future of terrorism.


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"This, I think, is the new story of terrorism," Krauthammer remarked.

After terror attacks in the '90s and on 9/11, the U.S. developed extremely effective techniques for preventing such hostility from abroad, Krauthammer said.

But now the success of ISIS is motivating individuals already in Western societies to commit terrorist acts on their own.

According to Krauthammer, the appeal of ISIS is such that the terror group can spark these attacks around the world without planning, organizing or lifting a finger.

“That’s the new face of terror,” Krauthammer said.

Watch the clip above to hear the panel weigh in on how growing national security concerns might impact the midterm elections.


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