Was Osama Bin Laden's Assassination Justified

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The world is at peace again, Osama Bin Laden, the most wanted man in the world was finally found and assassinated. Osama Bin Laden was a terrorist in the group “Al-Qaeda” who caused thousands of Americans deaths. He was finally assassinated on May 1, 2011at his compound near Islamabad, Pakistan. He was killed by American soldiers after years of searching for him. The assassination of Osama Bin Laden was justified because he was a man who caused death and created fear, however the people of Al-Qaeda thought he was a hero. Al-Qaeda is a famous terrorist group known for their “9/11” attack, the mastermind behind it all is Osama Bin Laden, who caused death and sorrow in many lives. As Osama Bin Laden once said, “an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth and the killer is killed,” (Bin Laden) this proves that he thought Americans should die. By Bin Laden saying this, it proves that he wanted “revenge” through death in the world. Bin Laden also said, “and whoever disobeys him will have refused.” (Bin Laden) It is proven that Bin Laden caused and wanted death when he said this because it means if you do not obey Allah, you will be “refused.” Because he wanted and caused so much death, these events, especially 9/11, caused many people fear. Bin Laden caused death many…show more content…
“Perhaps the most immediate and obvious changes after the attacks took place in U.S. airports,” Jason Villemez from PBS said. (Villemez) This is a good example of how 9/11, Bin Laden, and Al-Qaeda caused fear in the United States. “Anti-Islamic violence in America jumped after the attacks,” Villemez stated. (Villemez) Many Americans became prejudice and stereotypical towards Muslims and were afraid that all of them were harmful. Osama Bin Laden’s assassination was justified because with him gone, many people were relieved. Bin Laden created so much fear that people had to change their lives drastically to feel

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