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June 18, 2011

I love America, but if there is anything good to come out of the demise of Bin Laden, it should overwhelmingly be a change in the ethics of American foreign policy.

As the Bin Laden-less age begins and America’s fading supremacy gets a much needed shot in the arm, it may be worthy of note that the absence of the tall, gaunt and long-bearded figure head of the Al-Qaeda movement may be felt, way past the hearts of his devoted disciples, into the currently jubilant corridors of the White House, the Pentagon and Langley alike. 

May 22, 2011

Saif al-Adel, the new leader of the group, believes the UK is the backbone of Europe and must be crushed.

Saif al-Adel, who apparently headed the Al-Qaeda terrorist network, has vowed to "crush" London in retaliation for the Osama bin Laden's death, Daily Mail said.

Al-Adel, 51, once Bin Laden's security chief, has been confirmed as the new Al-Qaeda leader at a meeting of Taliban and Al-Qaeda leadership on the border between Afghanistan and Pakistan.

May 20, 2011

Berkan Yarash said the terrorist leader died of a serious illness.

Ex-CIA agent, Berkan Yarash, has said recently in an interview that the al Qaeda figure head, Osama Bin-Laden died five years ago, contradicting the US claim of recently killing the Islamic leader

Yarash, who claimed he knew Bin Laden personally since in the 1990s,said the leader died as a result of a serious illness; adding that the US military force only discovered his grave, dug his body out, and staged the operation.

May 13, 2011

Spokesman for the Pakistani Taliban, Ihsan Ullah Ihsan, warned of more reprisal attacks.

The Taliban in Pakistan on Friday claimed responsibilities for the bombings, which left 80 people dead at a military training facility in the Asian country. They said the attacks were in retaliation for the killing Osama bin Laden by US Special forces, last week.

Spokesman for the Pakistani Taliban, Ihsan Ullah Ihsan,  warned of more reprisal attacks.

"Pakistani and the U.S. forces should be ready for more attacks," he said in a CNN reports. "Osama was our great leader and the killers of Osama will have to pay its price.”

May 4, 2011

An American who promised not to shave until Bin Laden's death keeps his word.

An American teacher who vowed after the Sept. 11 attacks not to shave until Osama bin Laden was captured or killed, has finally been able to shave. Gary Weddle, a 50-year-old middle school teacher from the state of Washington shaved his beard when he heard the news the much sought-after al Qaeda leader was dead.

May 4, 2011

The US government is considering the release of photos of terrorist leader's burial.

The U.S. said it was considering releasing photos of Osama bin Laden's burial at sea but no final decision has been made, a U.S. official told Reuters, speaking on condition of anonymity.

The Obama administration has been weighing whether to make public photos of bin Laden's corpse as proof that he had been killed during a raid by U.S. forces on his mansion hide-out in Pakistan.

May 2, 2011

Image of bloodied man picked up by British newspapers has been circulating online for two years.

An image purporting to show Osama bin Laden's bloody corpse, right, is a composite of two separate images, left and centre.

An image apparently showing a dead Osama bin Laden broadcast on Pakistani television and picked up by newspaper websites around the world is a fake.

May 2, 2011

U.S. forces led a targeted operation that killed bin Laden in Abbotabad north of Islamabad.

Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was killed Sunday in a firefight with U.S. forces in Pakistan and his body was recovered, President Barack Obama said on Sunday.

May 2, 2011

The US government says the Al Qaeda figurehead was buried according to Islamic customs.

The body of Al Qaeda mastermind Osama bin Laden has been dumped at sea after he was killed by US covert forces in Pakistan.

A senior US official had confirmed that bin Laden's body had been thrown away in the sea, but failed to give further details.

March 3, 2011

Libyan President Muammer Gaddafi, yesterday, reiterated his blame of al-Qaeda for the unrest happening in the oil-rich country, and said that he is ready to enter in a dialogue with the Osama bin Laden–led group.

Libyan President Muammer Gaddafi, yesterday, reiterated his blame of al-Qaeda for the unrest happening in the oil-rich country, and said that he is ready to enter in a dialogue with the Osama bin Laden–led group.