Bin Laden Vowed Never To Be Taken Alive; To Carry on Long War

Posted on May 6, 2011


In 2006, Osama Bin Laden spoke about his end and that of America:

“I swear to die only as a free man. Even if I taste the bitterness of death, I do not want to be humiliated or betrayed.”

He did not want to be taken alive.  He further vowed to conduct a long war against the US – a long war that would exhaust us.

“The war is for you or for us to win. If we win it, it means your defeat and disgrace for ever, as the wind blows in this direction with God’s help,” he declares. “If you win it, you should read the history. We are a nation that does not tolerate injustice and seeks revenge for ever.

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“Days and nights will not go by until we take revenge as we did on September 11, God willing, and until your minds are exhausted and your lives become miserable.”[Telegraph]

According to his 12-year old daughter, he was taken alive and then shot in front of his family:

The official said a 12-year-old daughter of bin Laden was among the six children rescued from the three-storey compound.

The daughter has reportedly told her Pakistani investigators that the US forces captured her father alive but shot him dead in front of family members.

According to sources, Bin Laden was staying on the ground floor of the house and was dragged on the floor to the helicopter after being shot dead by US commandos. [Weasel Zippers]

It looks as if Bin Laden suffered the indignity he hoped Americans would experience as they died.  Now that he has been eliminated , a determined and relentless America is up against a group that “seeks revenge for ever.”  It does not bode well for the future.  Al Qaeda has vowed today that Americans will not live in peace until the Palestinians obtain their land and a peace. [CNN on Air]

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