True or False: Osama bin Laden has been killed again

Written by on May 2, 2011 in News

I am beginning to be have some doubt regarding this whole story. Something really seems fishy especially  throwing the body of Osama bin Laden at sea. Things just are not adding up. There seems to be so many holes in the story.  Unfortunately this seems like one story we will never know the answer to. Everyone will always be guessing is he alive or dead. Just like Elvis, tupac and Princess Diana. seems like a scene from wag the dog!

Questions being asked and sentiments:

  • Was Osama real or a figment of American imagination so they can play good guy, bad guy to invade countries for oil.
  • Did America need a bogey man and created the monster Osama and made him bigger then he really was?
  • Was Osama used as a scapegoat for other ulterior motives
  • I find it amazing that one tiny man could make grown man all around the world shake.
  • I find it ludicrous that a super power with the world’s best technology could not be intelligent enough to find him in 10 years
  • If they did find him today, the place was so accessible and open, near a military base in a mansion.
  • I also find it baffling, if you found the most wanted man in the world would you not send in guys with camera to capture the moment of the killing so you could prove to everyone and gloat that your killed the bogey man and now you a hero.
  • Where is the body?
  • Why throw the body at sea?
  • Where is the proof?
  • Where is the evidence?
  • Where is wikileaks when you need them?
  • Will Al Qaeda make another video tomorrow to confuse us even more..
  • Did he die today or was he killed long time ago?
  • Why did  they just throw him in the sea ? Who’s bright idea was this? Will it not make the Osama fans angry if he was not buried correctly. Wonder who gave the fatwa, they could have flown him to land just as quickly as they took the body to sea. I am sure they have the fastest planes and helicopters in the world.
  • It upsets me that an innocent woman was killed in the process.
  • It upsets me that thousands or even  millions innocent people were killed looking for this man, maybe using him as a reason for other things.
  • It upsets me to see people’s true colours when they react to this news.
  • It upsets me the most, because of this,  my beautiful religion Islam, had to pay a high price.

Eish, Anyway this story will always be a mystery. These days you don’t know who is telling you the truth and who is trying to deceive you..

I conclude, instead of wasting my time and energy anymore on this and hitting my head against a brick wall trying to figure all this out,   this is a case where ALLAH KNOWS BEST.



Osama bin Laden, the leader of al-Qaeda, is dead.

US president Barack Obama said bin Laden, the most-wanted fugitive on the US list, has been killed on Sunday in a US operation in the Pakistani city of Abbottabad, about 150km north of Islamabad.

“Tonight, I can report to the people of the United States and the world, the United States had carried an operation that has killed Osama Bin Laden, a terrorist responsible for killing thousands of innocent people,” Obama said in a statement.

“Today, at my direction, the United States carried out that operation… they killed Osama Bin Laden and took custody of his body.

“The death of Bin Laden marks the most significant achievement to date against Al Qaeda.

“We must also reaffirm that United states is not and will never be at war against Islam. Bin Laden was not a Muslim leader, in fact, he slaughtered many Muslims,” Obama said.

source: Al jazeera


How Osama bin Laden was killed

Osama bin Laden — the longtime leader of al Qaeda — was killed by U.S. forces in a mansion about 100 kilometers, or 62 miles, north of the Pakistani capital of Islamabad along with other family members, a senior U.S. official told CNN.

Members of Pakistan’s intelligence service, the ISI, were on site in Abbottabad during the operation, a senior Pakistani intelligence official said.

Bin Laden resisted the assault and was killed in a firefight, senior administration officials said.

The Pakistani intelligence official said he did not know who fired the shot that actually killed the terror mastermind.

U.S. sources including a senior official and a congressional source familiar with the operation said bin Laden was shot in the head.

Three other men were also killed in raid, as was a woman who was being used as a human shield, senior administration officials said.

The U.S. team was at the compound for about 40 minutes, the officials said. There were no casualties on the American side, although a U.S. helicopter crashed during the raid due to mechanical problems. The helicopter was then destroyed for security reasons, senior administration officials said.

A senior administration official told reporters that Obama’s administration did not share intelligence gathered beforehand with any other country — including Pakistan — for security reasons.

The official said only a small group of people inside the U.S. government knew about this operation ahead of time. Another official said a “small U.S. team” was involved in the operation; but the official would not confirm any U.S. military involvement.

However, a senior defense official said U.S. Navy SEALs were involved.

source: CNN

Fire at Bin Laden Raid Compoud

Picture from daily mail

Intense: President Obama watches the mission unfold at the White House along with (left) Vice President Joe Biden, (right) Defence Secretary Robert Gates, and (second right) Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, alongside other Security staff, including (back left) Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Admiral Mike Mullen, (back without a tie) National Security Adviser Tom Donilon, and (back right, white shirt) Counter-Terrorism chief John Brennan

Intense: President Obama, Vice President Joe Biden and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, alongside other Security staff, watch the mission unfold at the White House



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