Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Osama Bin Laden Already Dead Before America Attacked

It turned out that Osama Bin Laden Already Dead Long Before America Attacked
Heidar Moslehi Iran's Intelligence Minister said that Tehran had evidence that Osama bin Laden has died from the disease, long before the U.S. attacks into the complex where he lived in Pakistan, on Monday last week, Iran's official news agency reported, Fars. "We have accurate information that Osama bin Laden died of illness some time ago," said Moslehi. Parodi, Osama and Obama hugging
Based on the U.S. version, Osama bin Laden was killed in the attack Navy SEALs special forces on 2 May in the city of Abbottabad, Pakistan, north of the capital Islamabad. Osama's corpse and then dumped into the Arabian Sea less than 24 hours after death. "If the U.S. military and intelligence apparatus has actually capture or kill Osama bin Laden, why did they not show her body, why they threw his corpse into the sea?" Said Moslehi again.
According to the U.S. side, a DNA test has proved that the bodies of those killed were shot it is Osama bin Laden, who occupied the number one list of people who most wanted the FBI in the last decade. White House spokesman Jay Carney, last Wednesday, said Washington will not issue a postmortem photograph of Osama bin Laden in order to avoid inciting propaganda and the possibility of violence. President Barack Obama has also confirmed it. Osama corpse photos will not be published. Video Below It Is Official Statement From The Prime Minister of Pakistan Benazir Bhutto Appointed At that time that bin Laden Has Died in 2007

Meanwhile, in Peshawar, Pakistan, Monday, hundreds of Taliban supporters rallied in a Pakistani tribal town, condemned the killing of Osama. They promised to avenge the death of al-Qaeda leader. They chanted slogans condemning Pakistan and the U.S.. The parade was the first demonstration of pro-bin Laden in Pakistan tribal region since U.S. forces killed Osama. Most of the protesters were supporters or members of the group of Pakistani Taliban commander, Maulvi Nazir, who support the Taliban in Afghanistan. "Osama bin Laden is our leader. We are followers and we will continue the movement, "said pro-Taliban cleric, Maulvi Ibrahim, when the march.

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