IT WAS SUPPOSEDLY ILLEGAL FOR THE US TO KILL HIM? BUT WHAT NOW BIN LADEN DID MANY TIMES SUCH AS KILL OTHERS WAS UNDENIABLY ILLEGAL FIRSTLY. HE WAS JUDGED ACCORDING TO HIS OWN STANDARDS.
Bin Laden has been brought to Justice. When Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper received the news of Osama Bin Laden’s killing with “sober satisfaction” he said it has brought justice to 24 Canadians who died in the 9/11 .
Conservative leader Stephen Harper does now also say that ”it’s a very good thing and a measure of justice” that Osama Bin Laden is dead. However he says Bin Laden’s death won’t make terror threats go away because “there are too many people willing to fill his shoes.
“”In the sense that the one who was responsible for the mass murder of 9/11 has been brought to justice, yes, we celebrate that,” the Pakistani imam of a suburban house of prayer told me. “Bin Laden is dead, that branch of al-Qaida is finished, the backbone has been broken. “But nothing will change. Thousands of madrassahs are teaching hatred against the West, and many of them are right in European countries. You go to a madrassah in Southall, London, and you won’t see any difference from a madrassah in Peshawar. “The killing of one Osama will not make a difference unless you eliminate all the breeding grounds of the madrassahs, and it is 25 years too late for that.” This was Nassem Mahdi, the spiritual leader of the Baitur Rahman Mosque in the suburbs of Washington, and formerly a longtime resident of Ontario. It was under his direction that the largest Muslim prayer hall in North America was erected in the suburbs of Toronto, a record that was broken only when the Imam built an even larger shrine in Calgary.” http://www.vancouversun.com/news/Firemen+imam+express+caution+over+killing+Osama+Laden/4712211/story.html
No doubt about it some past promised 911 Justtice here had been served upon the 911 Muslim terrorists now.. but is it now really enough? or do we have to continue to be at war? For too many Muslims even in Canada sadly Bin Laden was a hero.. Bin Laden’s death removes but one head of the al-Qaida hydra. The death of Osama bin Laden in Pakistan on Sunday marks an important milestone in the global war against radical Islam. It may even represent a key point in that long struggle. But the conflict is far from over.It is highly unlikely that bin Laden’s death represents the turning point in the war against the Taliban and al-Qaida, but the death of the movement’s inspiration and figurehead is regarded here as a positive development. Winston Churchill perhaps captured the sentiment best when he said in 1942: “Now is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.” http://www.canada.com/news/Laden+death+removes+head+Qaida+hydra/4711708/story.html ..
There will aways be wars.. religious wars too..