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  • Killing of Osama Bin Laden was important

    Osama bin Laden's death was significant because bin Laden was the terrorist responsible for 9/11. For most Americans, the biggest event of this century was the bombing of the World Trade Centers on September 11, 2001. The second biggest event was the death of Osama bin Laden. Responsible for the murder of thousands of people, bin Laden was a terrorist that threatened the stability and peace not just of the United States, but of the whole world. His death is significant because it represents both a literal and figurative end to one of the worst eras in American history. Because he is dead, the Taliban lacks a clear, strong leader. Because he is dead, Americans feel a sense of closure and a renewed hope in the future. When one man's death makes this huge of an impact, it is most certainly significant. Holding terrorists accountable and sending a clear message that we will pursue justice hopefully resonates with anyone who contemplates becoming a terrorist.

  • Killing of Osama Bin Laden was important

    Osama bin Laden's death was significant because bin Laden was the terrorist responsible for 9/11. For most Americans, the biggest event of this century was the bombing of the World Trade Centers on September 11, 2001. The second biggest event was the death of Osama bin Laden. Responsible for the murder of thousands of people, bin Laden was a terrorist that threatened the stability and peace not just of the United States, but of the whole world. His death is significant because it represents both a literal and figurative end to one of the worst eras in American history. Because he is dead, the Taliban lacks a clear, strong leader. Because he is dead, Americans feel a sense of closure and a renewed hope in the future. When one man's death makes this huge of an impact, it is most certainly significant. Holding terrorists accountable and sending a clear message that we will pursue justice hopefully resonates with anyone who contemplates becoming a terrorist.

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  • Bin Laden was the most infamous leader's for terrorism in the world. His death brings the end to a horrible era in the world's history.

    Taking out a leader such as this helps diminish terrorist threats within our country, helping the gradual decline of terrorism. The documents found at the compound may have locations and information as to the Al Qaeda which would help also understand how these groups think and what their next move may be.
    This event also sets an example on how the United States will treat terrorists even as they are outside the country. It set a close to the 9/11attack on US soil again, brought the United States one step closer to ending the war on terror. Although this did not completely take out the entire Al Qaeda group, it took the world one step closer to their goal on the war on terror.
    This event showed that the Al Qaeda is not invincible and can be slowly diminished if steps like these were taken. The killing of the most infamous leader in terrorism also showed that to the citizens of Pakistan and other Middle Eastern countries that even they don’t have to just go along with the things these groups do to them, they have the opportunity to make something happen.

  • Yes, His Death Significantly Weakened Al-Qaeda


    Killing Osama bin Laden has not destroyed al Qaeda. However,
    it has demonstrated that the United States is determined to pursue its deadly
    enemies to the ends for the earth, for years if necessary. Killing Osama bin Laden
    has significantly weakened the leadership of the organization he started, and
    scattered and disheartened its forces. Beheading a venomous snake kills it eventually,
    though it may remain dangerous as it dies.


  • Osama's death was significant, because it was a symbolic victory over terrorism.

    Osama was the face of the largest terrorist network in the world, and his death was a heavy blow to the organization. Not only is his death a symbolic victory over terrorism, but it also severely weakened Al Queda's terror network.

    Posted by: UnknownClaud41
  • I believe that the death of Osama Bin Laden was significant, because it put an end to a very bad chapter in American history.

    The death of Osama Bin Laden is significant, because it puts an end to a very bad chapter in American history. Having him still out there and continuing to make threats to America extended the fear that came along with 9/11. The death of Osama Bin Laden also shows his supporters and followers that he was not invincible.

    Posted by: PeriodicPatrick28
  • Osama played an important role in world history and, therefore, his death is also significant.

    Nearly every person in the world knows who Osama Bin Laden is, and if that does not make him a significant figure, then I do not know what does. As his life, and the actions he took in that life, had significant impacts all over the world, so does his death. For those who disagreed with Osama's actions, his death is significant as a symbol of justice. For Osama's followers, his death may mark a call to retaliation. Although the full effects of his death have not played out yet, there is likely more to come out of the basic conflict of religious and cultural differences. Quite possibly, Osama's death may become more significant in the years to come.

    Posted by: SpikyWesley
  • Osama bin Laden's death is significant because bin Laden was the terrorist responsible for 9/11.

    For Americans, the biggest event of this century was the bombing of the World Trade Centers on September 11, 2001. The second biggest event was the death of Osama bin Laden. Responsible for the murder of thousands of people, bin Laden was a terrorist that threatened the stability and peace not just of the United States, but of the whole world. His death is significant because it represents both a literal and figurative end to one of the worst eras in American history. Because he is dead, the Taliban lacks a clear, strong leader. Because he is dead, Americans feel a sense of closure and a renewed hope in the future. When one man's death makes this huge of an impact, it is most certainly significant.

    Posted by: BrokenTerrence94
  • Think about it.

    The terrorist group al Qaeda is going to be very angry about the fact that their leader is dead. Which could cause the group to want revenge on the US, which could cause future terrorism in the United States.

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Anonymous says2013-03-05T10:52:30.117
911 all those americans were killed by those barbarians to this day these countries are at economic and terrorist war with usa and nation that does not see it there way but only a bucnh of fools would bite the hands that feed them the electric car is coming and the pipeline may too what are they going to do with oil make mayonise and oil sandwiches with it