Amazing, this back-and-forth about why it is immoral to have killed Bin Ladin because he wasn't wearing a uniform and carrying his gun, on a front line, wearing dog tags at the specific time of his death. This is a man who was pledged to the killing of millions of civilians, and who had managed to kill a few thousand of them as of today. He had to be killed, to save innocent lives-Muslim and non-Muslim. Anyone who wants to argue the niceties of how it would have been best for it to happen can go have their argument off to the side, while we here back on the planet Earth cheer his death and sigh a sigh of relief.
First refugees travelling on Hungarian bus arrive at Austrian border (Reuters)
from the article: 'Goldstone Report failed to address difficulties of asymmetric warfare'