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Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Bin Laden's son says sea burial was demeaning to family

LONDON (Reuters) – A statement purporting to come from a son of Osama bin Laden denounced the al Qaeda leader's killing as "criminal" and said his burial at sea had humiliated the family, an online monitoring service said.

The statement, attributed to Omar bin Laden, bin Laden's fourth eldest son, said the al Qaeda chief's children reserved the right to take legal action in the United States and internationally to "determine the true fate of our vanished father," the SITE Intelligence Group said.

There was no independent confirmation of the authenticity of the letter, published on the website of Islamist ideologue Abu Walid al-Masri, although several specialists on militant propaganda said the text appeared genuine.

Omar bin Laden, who has been based in the Gulf in recent years, did not immediately respond to emailed and telephoned requests for comment.

The letter said, in part: "We hold the American President (Barack) Obama legally responsible to clarify the fate of our father, Osama bin Laden, for it is unacceptable, humanely and religiously, to dispose of a person with such importance and status among his people, by throwing his body into the sea in that way, which demeans and humiliates his family and his supporters and which challenges religious provisions and feelings of hundreds of millions of Muslims."

Well gee, I wonder how many Muslims didn't have bodies to bury after the 9/11 attacks, I don't know that but I can list the Muslims that Bin Laden murdered amongst the 3,000+ people on that tragic day:

Shabbir Ahmed - 47 years old - Windows on the World Restaurant

Tariq Amanullah - 40 years old - Fiduciary Trust Co.

Michael Baksh - 36 years old - Marsh & McLennan

Touri Hamzavi Bolourchi - 69 years old - retired nurse on United #175

Abul K. Chowdhury - 30 years old - Cantor Fitzgerald

Mohammad Salahuddin Chowdhury - 38 years old - Windows on the World

Jemal Legesse De Santis - 28 years old - World Trade Center

Simon Suleman Ali Kassamali Dhanani - 63 years old - Aon Corp.

Syed Abdul Fatha - 54 years old - Pitney Bowes

Mon Gjonbalaj - 65 years old - Janitor, World Trade Center

Nezam A. Hafiz - 32 years old - Marsh & McLennan

Mohammed Salman Hamdani - 23 years old - NYPD Cadet

Zuhtu Ibis - 25 years old - Cantor Fitzgerald

Muhammadou Jawara - 30 years old - MAS Security

Sarah Khan - 32 years old - Forte Food Service

Taimour Firaz Khan - 29 years old - Carr Futures

Abdoulaye Kone - 37 years old - Windows on the World

Abdu Ali Malahi - 37 years old - WTC Marriott

Nurul Hoque Miah - 35 years old - Marsh & McLennan

Boyie Mohammed - 50 years old - Carr Futures

Ehtesham U. Raja - 28 years old - TCG Software

Ameenia Rasool - 33 years old - Marsh & McLennan

Mohammad Ali Sadeque - 62 years old - newspaper vendor at WTC, reported missing

Rahma Salie & child - 28 years old (7 months pregnant) - American #11

Khalid M. Shahid - 25 years old - Cantor Fitzgerald

Mohammed Shajahan - 41 years old - Marsh & McLennan

Nasima Hameed Simjee - 38 years old - Fiduciary Trust Co.

Michael Theodoridis - 32 years old - American #11

Abdoul Karim Traore - 41 years old - Windows on the World

Karamo Trerra - 40 years old - ASAP NetSource

Shakila Yasmin - 26 years old - Marsh & McLennan

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