The war against terror has changed. The new scenario poses totally different challenges to anti-terror units. As soon as large areas such as hotels are attacked, the challenge becomes incalculably more complex. Anti-terror experts say that just securing one floor of a hotel where terrorists are holding hostages would take an entire unit. Even Israel does not have enough units capable of handling a few hostage-takings and other attacks simultaneously. In light of the quality of the training the Mumbai terrorists received and the number of people training together, the West should perhaps return to attacking terrorist training camps, including those in Pakistan or Lebanon.