I don't know what Karolos Grohmann was thinking with this headline: Fear of return to militancy in Greece
. Mr. Grohmann, even the Greek media call it terrorism now and it's not making a comeback, it never went away.
Of course it could be that the media called it terrorism because it was the American Embassy that was hit this time and we all shat in our pants thinking of the possible consequences. The continuous terrorism that Greek citizens are subjected to, the firebombs, the destruction of businesses and property, the attempts on journalists' and politicians' lives, we don't call that terrorism, that's just every day living in Greece.
Revolutionary Struggle has emerged as the most serious domestic threat since the dismantling of November 17 in 2002, adopting anti-US rhetoric in statements to the media.
"No one expected such a powerful terrorist strike, an attack on the American building which is a symbol of tight security measures (in the country)," the daily Eleftheros Typos said. "For Washington, it was a huge insult."