Osama Bin Laden's Death

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The death of Osama Bin Laden was very popular all around the world. Some may think “he deserved to die” while many of his followers in Islam think that his death was unjust. On May 2, 2011 Osama Bin Laden was killed by U.S special forces during an early morning( CNN 1). Laden was very powerful in his own ways. He killed people just to get his point across about economical power. He was the founder of Qa’eda and led many of his civilians to justice. While many people agreed on his death he still had family and followers that believed he was doing to right thing. There is not many people that can relate to this situation, however many people are opinionated to what they feel was right or wrong, Until this day he will either be missed or hated. …show more content…
Bin Laden sends a telegraph explaining and admitting that he performed the 9-11 attacks. There are two types of terror, good and bad. What we are practicing is good terror. We will not stop killing them and whoever supports them( The Telegraph 1). He was assassinated because he killed over 4,000 people not including the 9-11 attacks. He was trying to prove a point so he and his followers can be as equal as the Americans. He felt as if Americans were abusing the world so he thought he could change that by following what he believed in. Osama wasn’t only a leader but he inspired many people in his country to excide and to not be afraid to speak on what they believe in ( Miachel Kaufman …show more content…
Ever since the 9-11 attack people have a memorial service in Manhattan, New York City. In memory of everyone’s lives that he has taken. He was a powerful leader who wanted to lead people into being as equal as others. He wanted to be “remembered in history” so he did what he said he was going to do. His actions will never be forgotten in history. Everyone remembers the 9-11 attacks and respects it. Ever since then there has been many problems with terrorism. Now there is more developed security and new technology to prevent the attacks that he performed. Although many may think that what he did was wrong, his actions improved our technology and security to this day. We now have to go through many security clearnaces in school’s , airports, hotels, etc. Now that we have this new technology it would be somewhat impossible for someone to create fraudulent

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