Comments:World leaders react to death of Osama bin Laden
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When plain and vile assasination without any trial is validated in several countries, what can be expected of real justice? amclaussen.
This is an isolated case unlike any others. To give a trial to anyone of this caliber is to breed more violence in the world, and would have given Osama a platform in which to propogate the plain and vile plans and ideas in which the world has rejected. Real justice was enacted here, Osama never thought of morality in any of the actions which resulted in innocent lives being lost unnecissarily and he died like the scum that he is.
What about all the negative reaction to Bin Laden's death, like leader of Hamas, Ismail Haniyeh, condemning the killing as "the killing of an Arab holy warrior," and an official of the radical Palestinian Islamist party, Hizb ut-Tahrir, calling Osama bin Laden a "lion" and denouncing President Obama as a "dog" who "deserves to be hanged”?
"Leaders and officals around the world have issued varied reactions to the announcement that Osama bin Laden has been killed during a U.S. military operation in Pakistan." Where are the "varied reactions"? All of the quotes in this brief article seem to be expressing only slight variations on the same opinion. The title and intro should read, "Some political leaders express positive reactions to U.S. reports of Osama bin Laden's killing".