osama bin laden dead
Bob England

Belfast, UK

#1 Jan 25, 2011
OSAMA BIN LADEN DEAD

Itís not commonly known but British Special forces working with American and German Special forces, attacked an mountain ,cave complex in which Osama Bin Laden was hiding. He was operating from these caves with over 2000 followers. The cave was attacked with rockets but it was uncertain whether or not he had been killed, so the British SAS was sent in, these men chose to use knives for the final kill. At the end of this action is was said that two of these men were to receive the Victoria Cross and the bravest of them the American Medal of Honour, he qualified because it was an USA led operation.

One of these men refused the Victoria Cross, he said they all deserved it, and either they all got it, or none got it. But what happened to the award of the American Medal of Honour, its thought in England the USA Foreign department vetoed it because it might cause [it would] anti-American riots throughout the Arab and Muslim World.[See Google search]>

[1] At the end of the invasion of Afghanistan, al-Qaeda fighters were still holding out in the mountains of the Tora Bora region. Anti-Taliban tribal militia continued a steady advance through the difficult terrain, backed by air strikes guided in by U.S. and British Special Forces. Facing defeat and reluctant to fight fellow Muslims, al-Qaeda forces negotiated a truce with a local militia commander to give them time to surrender their weapons. In retrospect, however, many believe that the truce was a ruse to allow important al-Qaeda figures, including Osama bin Laden, to escape[citation needed]. On December 12, the fighting flared again, possibly initiated by a rear guard buying time for the main force's escape through the White Mountains into the tribal areas of Pakistan. Once again, tribal forces backed by U.S. special operations troops and air support pressed ahead against fortified al-Qaeda positions in caves and bunkers scattered throughout the mountainous region. Twelve British SBS commandos, and one British Royal Signals Specialist from 63 Signals squadron now known as 18SFUK, accompanied the U.S. special operations forces in the attack on the cave complex at Tora Bora.
[2] Reports that bin Laden, in his radio calls which began in the afternoon of December 13, was clearly under duress, reportedly saying to his fighters, "the time is now, arm your women and children against the infidel". Then, after a few hours of enduring massive and accurate aerial bombing, he broke radio silence again to say "Our prayers were not answered. Times are dire and bad. We did not get support from the apostate nations who call themselves our Muslim brothers. Things might have been different". Fury describes that Bin Laden's final words to his fighters on that night were "I'm sorry for getting you involved in this battle, if you can no longer resist, you may surrender with my blessing".[8]
A short time later, what was believed to be bin Laden and his bodyguards were observed entering a cave. Fury's team called down several bombing attacks on the cave, and believed that they had killed bin Laden. Six months later, US and Canadian forces returned and checked several caves in the area, finding remains of al-Qaeda fighters, but not of bin Laden. Some believe that bin Laden was injured in the shoulder by shrapnel during the bombing of the cave, but was then hidden, given medical care, and assisted out of the area into Pakistan by sympathetic local Afghans. BIN LADEN AS NOT BEEN SEEN SINCE THIS BATTLE OCURRED.
InternetTamale

Azusa, CA

#2 May 1, 2011
His funeral's gonna be bomb.

Since: May 09

Location hidden

#3 May 1, 2011
So can the boys all stop killing Afghanis and go home now? If justice is now meted out it must be time to put the guns away and go home. No?
Shark

Tempe, AZ

#4 May 2, 2011
laojim wrote:
So can the boys all stop killing Afghanis and go home now? If justice is now meted out it must be time to put the guns away and go home. No?
You dumb ass, the battle is not even half over.
Bob england ROCKS

Elk Grove, CA

#5 May 2, 2011
Bob, will you marry me.... To have discovered another thinking human being in the world is... just... well... amazing....

Since: May 09

Location hidden

#7 May 2, 2011
Shark wrote:
<quoted text>
You dumb ass, the battle is not even half over.
Oh, you mean he wasn't really very important after all?
Bin Laden

Marshfield, WI

#8 May 3, 2011
Bob England wrote:
OSAMA BIN LADEN DEAD
Itís not commonly known but British Special forces working with American and German Special forces, attacked an mountain ,cave complex in which Osama Bin Laden was hiding. He was operating from these caves with over 2000 followers. The cave was attacked with rockets but it was uncertain whether or not he had been killed, so the British SAS was sent in, these men chose to use knives for the final kill. At the end of this action is was said that two of these men were to receive the Victoria Cross and the bravest of them the American Medal of Honour, he qualified because it was an USA led operation.
One of these men refused the Victoria Cross, he said they all deserved it, and either they all got it, or none got it. But what happened to the award of the American Medal of Honour, its thought in England the USA Foreign department vetoed it because it might cause [it would] anti-American riots throughout the Arab and Muslim World.[See Google search]>
[1] At the end of the invasion of Afghanistan, al-Qaeda fighters were still holding out in the mountains of the Tora Bora region. Anti-Taliban tribal militia continued a steady advance through the difficult terrain, backed by air strikes guided in by U.S. and British Special Forces. Facing defeat and reluctant to fight fellow Muslims, al-Qaeda forces negotiated a truce with a local militia commander to give them time to surrender their weapons. In retrospect, however, many believe that the truce was a ruse to allow important al-Qaeda figures, including Osama bin Laden, to escape[citation needed]. On December 12, the fighting flared again, possibly initiated by a rear guard buying time for the main force's escape through the White Mountains into the tribal areas of Pakistan. Once again, tribal forces backed by U.S. special operations troops and air support pressed ahead against fortified al-Qaeda positions in caves and bunkers scattered throughout the mountainous region. Twelve British SBS commandos, and one British Royal Signals Specialist from 63 Signals squadron now known as 18SFUK, accompanied the U.S. special operations forces in the attack on the cave complex at Tora Bora.
[2] Reports that bin Laden, in his radio calls which began in the afternoon of December 13, was clearly under duress, reportedly saying to his fighters, "the time is now, arm your women and children against the infidel". Then, after a few hours of enduring massive and accurate aerial bombing, he broke radio silence again to say "Our prayers were not answered. Times are dire and bad. We did not get support from the apostate nations who call themselves our Muslim brothers. Things might have been different". Fury describes that Bin Laden's final words to his fighters on that night were "I'm sorry for getting you involved in this battle, if you can no longer resist, you may surrender with my blessing".[8]
A short time later, what was believed to be bin Laden and his bodyguards were observed entering a cave. Fury's team called down several bombing attacks on the cave, and believed that they had killed bin Laden. Six months later, US and Canadian forces returned and checked several caves in the area, finding remains of al-Qaeda fighters, but not of bin Laden. Some believe that bin Laden was injured in the shoulder by shrapnel during the bombing of the cave, but was then hidden, given medical care, and assisted out of the area into Pakistan by sympathetic local Afghans. BIN LADEN AS NOT BEEN SEEN SINCE THIS BATTLE OCURRED.
Bob. After being washed and wrapped in my shroud, I have risen from the dead. I want you to be one of my disciples. I am swimming the English Channel right now and should be in York,UK soon.
BoBEngland

Green Bay, WI

#9 May 13, 2011
Bob england ROCKS wrote:
Bob, will you marry me.... To have discovered another thinking human being in the world is... just... well... amazing....
I have a lot of groupies and I will add you to the list. I can't marry you because I've been married 6 times and I have 3 wives right now. I call them my servants. But I will have sex with you. But you must enjoy anal. That's all I do. Kapiech?
BoBEngland

Belfast, UK

#12 May 17, 2011
Come on Guys - show some respect for the dead, and stop asking to see a photo of Osama B L face, it was a warning shot that went wrong. I wanted to see him run in the New York Marathon.

For those interested pictures of the 3 killed in the raid pictures have been posted on the www, nothing special just dead men with shirts that now need scrubbing. Dro Google images search. Bob.
Fog Lifter

Spring, TX

#14 Apr 21, 2013
What did anyone here think of the Zero Dark Thirty movie/reenactment of what happened?

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