Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Majority of Pakistanis suffering grief over Osama Bin Laden's death

With friends like these, who needs enemies?
Islamabad:  A majority of Pakistanis surveyed in a poll appeared to be aggrieved over the death of Osama bin Laden, with 51 per cent describing their emotions as "grief". However, one-third said they were unconcerned by the incident.

The nation-wide poll was conducted by Gallup Pakistan between May 7 and May10, less than a week after bin Laden was killed in a raid by US special forces in the garrison city of Abbottabad on May 2.
 Only 11 per cent of respondents said they were glad or relieved to know about the death of the Al Qaeda leader.


Anonymous said...

It sadden me to hear of his dimise,although he was a terroist,he still was a human being,a man in which Allah gave life to,should no man take away.Revenge is a terrible excuse to take a mans life,when other means could have been used.I can't sneak upon my enemy,kill his children and commrads in the name of justice for the American people.What about the many injustices that has been done right here in the United States,killing of children by police,how mant accidents are we gonna allow?Murdering of our brother and sisters without benifits of trial or jury,which by the way rarely gets published except in the state it accured.Killing innocent people because they failed to comply with an oder to drop a weapon(garden rake)because they felt threaten

Sam said...

hahaha I can't stop laughing at weak Pakistani tricks.