Posts Tagged ‘Osama bin Laden’

The Death of a Terrorist: A Turning Point?

The Death of a Terrorist: A Turning Point?

Here is an interesting interactive graphic from the New York Times. The newspaper “asked readers the following questions: Was his death significant in our war against terror? And do you have a negative or positive view of this event? Readers — 13,864 of them — answered by plotting a response on the graph and adding a […]

Bin Laden's Gone. Can My Son Come Home?

Bin Laden’s Gone. Can My Son Come Home?

Here is an op-ed in the New York Times by Frank R. Lindh, a lawyer and the father of the young American man who was convicted of aiding the Taliban in Afghnistan. He begins: ON the evening of May 1, we learned that Osama bin Laden had been killed. The following dawn, I left my […]

The New Yorker on the Death of Osama bin Laden

The New Yorker on the Death of Osama bin Laden

This week’s New Yorker contains a comment by editor David Remnick on the killing of Osama bin Laden. Remnick writes: This serious and necessary act has led to serious and necessary questions: Was bin Laden under the control of Pakistan, our putative ally, and its intelligence agency, the I.S.I., or was he really able to […]


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