What do you think about bin Laden's body being buried at sea?
Aside from honoring his Islamic beliefs, I'm sure it was to negate any attempts to martyr his grave site.
I also imagine his body was unceremoniously dumped in the ocean, but I could be wrong.
I was fine with the entire Bin Laden being brought to justice thing but this quick disposal of the body just sort of brings up some red flags.
it makes me question how true his death really is and how burying him like this makes any sense.
by James Stratton 7 years ago
They disposed of Bin Laden's body quite hastily, why the rush?Habeas corpus must not apply to covert operations? Are we to ''take them at their word''? I smell cover-up.
by Stacie L 6 years ago
Reuters By Asma Alsharif | JEDDAH (Reuters) - Pakistan deported the family of al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden to Saudi Arabia on Friday, their lawyer and a diplomat said, nearly a year after U.S. special forces killed the world's most wanted man in a northwestern Pakistani...
by titobay 7 years ago
Do you believe that Osama bin Laden's death signifies the end of terrorism in America?Osama has been grooming all kinds of group over the decade, now that he's gone, what lies ahead for America? Will another group evolve sharing Obama's believe?
by Credence2 4 years ago
Now that we are talking about better and worse presidents as judged by a wide variety of historians it is interesting to see that since the beginning of the 20th century the only president that received a lower score than GW Bush was Warren Harding (1921-23). That's pretty bad, here is the...
by Greek One 7 years ago
CNN) -- Eleven years ago, a teenage girl was plucked from a quiet town in southern Yemen and taken first to Pakistan and then on to Kandahar in southern Afghanistan.Her name was Amal al-Sadah, and a year before the 9/11 attacks she became Osama bin Laden's fifth wife. She was 18; he was 43.By his...
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