Why Is Osama Bin Laden Unjustified

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The assassination of Osama Bin Laden occurred due to cultural reason; however, it was justified. Osama Bin Laden discriminated against americans, he caused one of the most horrific terrorist attack in american history which is 911 and he killed up to 2977 people in one day. Critics, however, some may argue that the assassination was unjustified, due to the Persian Gulf war also known as Operation Desert Shield where american troops invaded Saudi Arabia and killed over a 1000 civilians and injured even more this is a valid reason why Osama Bin Laden would have a vendetta against the american nation. The assassination of Osama Bin Laden occurred on May 2, 2011 over ballistic trauma which is a gunshot wound to the head in Abbottabad, Pakistan. …show more content…

When the the Persian Gulf War was going on it was obvious that Bin Laden hated americans. In this interview he said “Every Muslim the minute he can start differentiating, carries hate towards Americans, Jews and Christians, this is part of our ideology. Ever since I can recall, I felt at war with the Americans and had feelings of animosity and hate towards them,”. He became mentally sick after the Persian Gulf War which made him angry and grudgeful which made him plan 911 to kill americans( Jonathan Mahler 1).

Some say that Bin Laden was a good man and others say that he was a horrible man. Bin Laden wasn’t that bad of a guy he was very prideful and he went to college to King Abdulaziz university.(History.com 2). Osama Bin Laden came from a wealthy family so everything was really handed to him so i don’t know why we would want to hurt people still coming from a wealthy family .

Osama assassination is just because she was a violent man caused 911 and hated a americans. He would do anything to just to see americans hurt which is silly because he already killed more than 2000 people. The people that says he”s is unjust it”s because he was a great leader in his country and he fought for what he thought was right for him and his

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