Monday, May 2, 2011

The Most Wanted Terrorist Terminated!

The icon of evil is dead! Jubilant crowds celebrate outside the White House
 The icon of evil is dead! Jubilant crowds celebrate outside the White House

Justice has bin done! Osama bin Laden - the man responsible for the murder of thousands of people was killed during a military action near Islamabad, Pakistan.

According to the U.S. officials the CIA tracked bin Laden to his location in Pakistan. Then, the elite troops from the Navy SEAL Team Six- a top military counter-terrorism unit - flew to the hideout in four helicopters. Bin Laden was shot in the head in an ensuing firefight.

Bin Laden was identified by the facial recognition technology and, possibly, by the DNA testing. (More information will be released by the authorities in the coming days.) 

The body, we were told, was damped into the Arabian Sea from the deck of USS Carl Vinson.  

The attack ends a manhunt that lasted almost ten years. Bin Laden and his henchmen planned and executed the attacks on September 11, 2001, that killed 3,000 innocent people in New York City, Washington, DC and Pennsylvania. The Saudi was also linked to a string of attacks on Americans, including the 1998 bombings of American embassies in Kenya and Tanzania as well as the 2000 bombing of the Navy destroyer USS Cole in Yemen. His organization is also responsible for the bombings in Bali and in Spain as well as the countless deadly attacks against the military personnel in Iraq.

After the announcement of bin Laden's death has been made, thousands of people gathered to celebrate outside the White House. Hundreds more sang and waved American flags at Ground Zero in New York City where the twin towers of the World Trade Center once stood as symbols of the American economic might. 

“New Yorkers have waited nearly 10 years for this news. It is my hope that it will bring some closure and comfort to all those who lost loved ones on September 11, 2001.”  - New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg

The most wanted criminal is finally dead but his ideas are widespread as Muslims all over the world embraced his perilous, humanity-hating philosophy. The "icon" may be gone but the fight against islamic terrorism is far from over. The global jihad is dominated by the radical islamic theology and the demise of one evil individual does not change the fact that we are still in danger of being attacked. We must not forget that there are countless men and women all over the islamic world who are motivated to action by the deep seated hatred of Western values and the wish to establish a caliphate. 

The fact that bin Laden was apprehended in Pakistan opens many questions in regard to Pakistan's loyalty. The country takes billions of dollars to fight terrorism on its soil and helps bin Laden to hide in plain view! Relationship with Pakistan should be revised since Pakistan is the least trusted ally. Financial aid should be stopped immediately. The country should be ostracized and isolated. The alliance with India should be re-defined and strengthened. 

It is not yet widely known fact that at least one Congressman - Lt. Col. Allen West (R) - is pleading for the thorough examination of Pakistan's involvement in obstruction of the search for bin Laden. Although Pakistan is well known to be a safe heaven for terrorists, the current US government is still reluctant to deal with it appropriately.

By Dominique Allmon ©2011

Many thanks to the Navy SEALs for their heroic action! Millions thumbs up, gentlemen!

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