The death of any human being should not bring the sort of joy we now see in New York City or at the White House, but the death of Osama Bin Laden should. Crowds are now gathered at the White House and in New York City’s Times Square to celebrate the death of a man who terrorized not only America, but also the entire world. Many of us who have seen war and violence were shocked on 911 -2001 when the World Trade Center was destroyed, and human beings were crushed to their deaths. Since then, we’ve lived in a different and more violent world. Today, the author or the self-proclaimed author of much of the terror that has changed the world is dead. God Bless America. God bless peace loving people around the world. Obama has done a great job in leadership.
Bin Laden No More!
Americans celebrate at the White House after news that US forces planned a surprised attack on Bin Laden and killed him and his son in Pakistan on May 1, 2011.
The mood of those celebrating is mostly somber, newsmen say, despite a few of the hundreds, screaming and shouting.
Celebrations in New York City’s Times Square early morning of May 2, 2011 after news of Bin Laden’s death.
To all of those who lost loved ones, this is a solemn moment, not a moment to jump around. Maybe now, the world will be safer. We hope and pray that the world will be safer.