French Prime Minister Manuel Valls has said the government is considering banning the foreign financing of mosques in the country in a bid to prevent more ISIS-style attacks. “We live in a changed era and we must change our behaviour. This is a revolution in our security culture… the fight against radicalization will be the task of a generation,” he said in an interview with Le Monde published Thursday. “This war, which does not only concern France, will be long and we will see more attacks,” he said. His comments came as the French government faces heated criticism for its handling of recent attacks, including the attack in Normandy earlier this week in which an ISIS fanatic murdered a priest. Security services were repotedly aware that the suspect was planning an attack but were unable to stop him. Earlier this month, French authorities were urged to take drastic measures after 84 people were killed at a celebration in Nice.