Another Muslim terrorist attack, this time in St. Petersburg kills 11 injures 50. When do people admit there's a problem?

HonestWhiteGuy
This comes only a week after the Westminster attack in England where a man Khalid Masood ran over and stabbed people. The islamic state claimed responsibility.

Now we have another attack in Russia, this one that killed 11 injured 50 and reports were that an even more powerful explosive was defused. So the death toll could have been upwards of 50 if that hadn't been defused.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4375518/Explosion-metro-St-Petersburg.html

"Another CCTV image shows him walking along the street with both his fists clenched - potentially because he was clutching the trigger for his suicide bomb. Police believe he has close links to radical Islamists.

Jalilov's home country of Kyrgyzstan, which borders Kazakhstan and China in central Asia, is predominately Muslim and has seen up to 500 citizens travel to Syria to join ISIS. Boston Marathon bombers Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev were also born there. It was the last of the Soviet republics to declare independence in 1991."

So my question is are people just going to give the same old response of "Not all Muslims" or "we stand with the vicitms" putting up some hastag on twitter and leave it at that? Or are people going to finally adress and admit there's a problem with radical Muslim terrorists and that this is exactly why Trump came out with a "Muslim ban" on certain countries that liberals here threw a fit over being "unfair". Question for those people, was it fair that 11 people just died and 50 more were injured because you think it would be "unfair" to ban immigration and deport Muslims from certain nations into the country?
Another Muslim terrorist attack, this time in St. Petersburg kills 11 injures 50. When do people admit there's a problem?
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