In less than ninety days, there have been three deadly terror attacks in Britain. These attacks have resulted in the deaths of at least thirty people, while scores have sustained life threatening injuries. Intelligence sources indicate that these attacks -- to a large extent, have been planned by local jihadists, their sympathizers, or radicalized British citizens.

Radical Islam on the rise

Radical Islam is on the rise as extremist groups use the internet to recruit potential terrorists. The internet enables individuals to send encrypted information or establish secret communication channels, making it difficult for police and other organizations to foil online radicalization.

In June 2016, a radicalized American teen, Omar Mateen, shot and killed 49 Americans in an Orlando nightclub. In a country with so many guns in the hands of private citizens, the teachings of radical Islam could have catastrophic effects. Even though the Obama administration vehemently rejected the use of the term "radical Islam," extremist Islam teachings are to blame for dozens of terror activities in France, Germany and the US.

Trump not tough enough

The teachings of radical Islam are fundamentally dangerous and should be stopped at all costs. It’s ironic that during his maiden visit to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the US president Donald Trump shunned the use of the term "radical Islam," choosing a reconciliatory tone instead.

Following the latest attack in London -- in which seven people died -- Prime Minister Theresa May asserted that Britain has been too tolerant on radical Islam. She noted that it was time to curb extremist groups that posed a threat to British values and democracy.

US, France, and Germany facing massive threat

The US has borne the brunt of radical Islam compared to other developed nations.

Although, with recent attacks in France, Germany, and now, Manchester and London, this is proving that attacks can happen on any soil. The US, France, Britain and Germany are the new targets of homegrown terrorism.

The Muslim migrant crisis has further complicated the situation. The Muslim refugees seeking asylum in Europe and America must be vetted to ascertain if they are linked to any radical groups like ISIS. In a bid to stop criminal elements from entering Europe and America, security agencies must use technology, including intense scrutiny of all migrants' social networks like Facebook and Twitter.