Friday, May 13, 2011
OSAMA been laid-in
Usāmah bin Muḥammad bin ʿAwaḍ bin Lādin; March 10, 1957 – May 2, 2011 was the founder of al-Qaeda, the Terrorist Organization.
On the list of Ten Most Wanted Fugitives and Most Wanted Terrorists, who commandeered two planes to fly into New York City’s World Trade Center in 2001, lived for several years with no less than three wives in luxurious comfort in a huge multi-million-dollar mansion that sticks out like a sore thumb amidst the squalor – and not in a cave as he wanted his supporters to believe – and situated only about a kilometer southwest of the Pakistan Military Academy in Bilal Town, a suburb of Abbottabad and just a couple of hours from Islamabad, the Pakistani capital, and the Pakistani government claims it doesn’t know anything about it.
Was shot and killed inside a private residential compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, by U.S. Navy SEALs and CIA operatives in a covert operation ordered by U.S. President Barack Obama.
The body of the world's most powerful symbol of Islamist militancy was buried at sea after he was shot in the head and chest by US special forces who were dropped inside his sprawling compound by Blackhawk helicopters.
Bin Laden, 54, was given a sea burial after Muslim funeral rites on a US aircraft carrier, the Carl Vinson. His shrouded body was placed in a weighted bag and eased into the north Arabian Sea, the US military said.
The fact that the al-Qaida chief had lived in the compound for such a long time has prompted some U.S. lawmakers to demand a review of the billions of dollars in aid the United States provides Pakistan, which is fighting a Taliban insurgency.
Still, it was too soon to say whether bin Laden's presence in Abbottabad reflected Pakistani complicity or incompetence.
These retards don’t even know how to lie properly.
Incredulous isn’t it?
They must have gone to the same school as those buffoons who run Myanmar.
The circumstance of bin Laden's death may not only jeopardize that aid but also will no doubt deepen suspicions that Pakistan has played a double game, and perhaps even knowingly harbored the al-Qaida leader.
With bin Laden's death, perhaps the central reason for an alliance forged on the ashes of 9/11 has been removed, at a moment when relations between the countries already are at one of their lowest points as their strategic interests diverge over the shape of a postwar Afghanistan.
I still doubt though if he is really been caught and assassinated!
- Anonymous' Male, 45, Pakistan