Nearly A Bin Laden Obituary.
I was part way through writing my own short obituary of Osama bin Laden when I changed my mind on what I wrote, a common predicament for bloggers, realising that my words didn’t convey what I wanted to say, so I will leave it for another day.
In the interim here is a partial round up of other people’s views on this event.
David Wood at HuffPost talks about National Counterterrorism Center: How A Little-Known Spy Agency Helped Track Down Osama Bin Laden.
Adam Holland says He died a coward.
Washington Post’s David Ignatius on How the U.S. found and finished Bin Laden.
Whilst most people welcomed bin Laden’s demise, not everyone did, Hamas Leader mourns Bin Laden’s death:
Jeffrey Goldberg on The Warp-Speed Rise of ‘Deatherism’.
Elsewhere Twitter when mad at the news, nice graph.
The Economist doesn’t miss the political angle, what this means for 2012.
Foreign Policy on After truthers and birthers, deathers?
Jonathan Kay is good on The Immortal Terrorist.
The New Yorker ponders killing Osama: Was it legal.
Over at NPR, How Do They Know He Was Bin Laden?
The Beeb video is informative, Osama Bin Laden killed in top secret operation.