Mastermind of 9/11 attacks had been missing since he disappeared in Afghanistan in late 2001; military operation is major coup for U.S. president and his national security team; Bush: This is a 'momentous achievement.' - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Moshe - Haifa, Israel
    • 02.05.11 | 15:21 (IDT)

    Mastermind of 9/11 attacks? Obama, you don't have any proof that Bin Laden was behind 911. You just committed murder and you too should be brought to justice, just like you claimed Bin Laden should be. By killing Bin Laden, you made al-Qaida a much more militant group than they were, you also put your own people in danger, because you can be sure that al-Qaida will seek revenge for the murder of their leader and it may be worse than 911. By the way, you can also be sure that there are many many more al-Qaida members who can fill Bin Laden's shoes. The killing of Bin Laden makes al-Qaida much stronger, more militant and more dangerous than ever.

    from the article: Obama: Osama bin Laden killed in Pakistan by U.S. forces
    First published 06:06 02.05.11 | Last updated 06:06 02.05.11
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