4 May 2011
"Bin Laden is dead, but the world is still governed by bin Ladens. People cheer because they thought they saw justice, but this was not justice delivered by victims. This was one killer killing another," says American activist and journalist, Allan Nairn.
“I think we need an American uprising, if we’re to put a stop to this kind of killing of innocent people," argues Nairn.
Find more coverage on the Killing of Osamam Bin Laden on Democracy Now.
10 Years Too Long: Rep. Barbara Lee Renews Calls for End to Afghan War After Killing of Osama bin Laden
Jeremy Scahill on Killing of Bin Laden: Obama Has "Doubled Down on Bush Administration Policy of Targeted Assassination"
Talat Hamdani, Mother of 9/11 Victim: I Hope Death of Bin Laden Moves Country Toward Peace, Away from Revenge and Killing
Did Pakistani Gov't Know Where Osama bin Laden Was Hiding?
Military Intelligence Analyst Joshua Foust: Death of Bin Laden Will Not Have Enormous Impact on Operations of Al-Qaeda Affiliates Worldwide
Ex-State Department Official Matthew Hoh: With Killing of Bin Laden, Why Are 50,000 U.S. Troops Still in Afghanistan?
Pakistani Military Faces Scrutiny As Unfolding Evidence Suggests Direct Role in Harboring bin Laden
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