Bin Laden’s Son & Outrage

May 11, 2011 by staff 

Bin Laden's Son & OutrageBin Laden’s Son & Outrage, One of the sons of slain al-Qaeda, Osama bin Laden has expressed outrage at the arbitrary killing of his father and wanted to know why it was captured alive, officials said Tuesday.

In a statement released by the New York Times, the fourth son of Bin Laden, Omar, who openly distanced himself from the ideology of his father, said that in the absence of documented evidence that the family was still not convinced that Bin Laden was dead.

According to Omar, U.S. authorities should have stopped bin Laden so he could be tried in a court of law that allows the truth to light. It was alleged that his death violates international law.

“We hold arbitrary killing is no solution to political problems and the award of the crime and justice must be seen to do,” the statement said.

Furthermore, the family demanded an investigation into why Bin Laden was “summarily executed without a court of law” and demanded the release of his three wives and several children, says he is in custody in Pakistan.

Moreover, said the body at sea burial bin Laden’s family stopped performing traditional funeral rites.

Meanwhile, SITE Intelligence Group monitoring Islamist websites said a slightly different version of the report had appeared on jihadi Web sites.

Elite commandos of U.S. Navy SEAL gunned down bin Laden on May 2 in a sting operation in the morning in his hideout in the fortified garrison town of Abbottabad, near the Pakistani capital, Islamabad.

Islamabad, which has been a key ally in Washington’s war against t*rror*sm has been under the scanner for failing to track bin Laden, the alleged mastermind of the September 2001 attacks on New York and Washington that killed nearly 3,000 people, despite found hiding in an earshot of the prestigious military academy in Pakistan.

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