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03 May 2011

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A new dilemma

THE death of Al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden in a fortified compound in the scenic city of Abbottabad has perhaps raised more uncomfortable questions..

Al Qaeda in the Arab world

IF Osama bin Laden had been following the Arab Spring from his Pakistani hideout, his feelings must have oscillated between the hope of new.
Where is the proof?
It seems that Osama Bin Laden is a myth
— one fine day he became a symbol of terror and then another day he is made to disappear without a trace. No body or recording is given and then we are told that he was buried at sea. We are expected to read the newspapers and listen to the news and believe it is true because the US President Barack Obama announced it. I am sure that everyone is questioning whether any of this actually happened, considering former US President George W. Bush’s administration was looking for him for the past decade. The US elections are close at hand and Obama has not been able to increase the employment rate, resolve the Israel-Palestine issue, wasted billions of dollars and is partly responsible for thousands of deaths. Now, we are expected to celebrate the death of one man. We hope that this will end the war but it seems too easy to digest and too simplistic to accept. From Ms Smitha Vishwanath

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