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Reader comment on item: Thoughts on the Killing of Osama bin Laden

Submitted by abdirisak (Australia), Jun 3, 2011 at 20:35

One of the things that resulted Osama's resentments towards the west was the presence of foreign infidel troops in the Gulf especially in Saudi Arabia which is shrine and sacred places to the muslims and he wanted it free from any foreign intervention economically and politically but the other thing was that he was disgusted by the way that the muslims who migrated to the west turned into such as moderate and secular islamists and he thought that was threat to the pure islam he wanted to see so what his vision was to see the enmity between the west and the islam to go beyond the point of trust so that the west to decrease the intake of muslim migration.

Today as you can see there is islamophobia everywhere and the governments had to reshape their foreign policies and immigration laws due to this fear created by Osama . he is gone but he is still achieving his goals and will many of them. I hate his actions and what he did to us as muslims in the west because most of us are rethinking our stay in the west and are looking for alternatives of where to live because our names and attire became a threat to national securities and we are not telling good news about the west as we did in the past and are even questioning the Democracy that is what osama planned and many more.


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