Prof Mansur is quite right, President Bush was vindicated and all Muslims should renounce all of osama's evil.
Nine days after al-Qaida terrorists attacked the United States, then-U.S. president George W. Bush addressed a special session of Congress and made a solemn promise to his people.
“Our grief has turned to anger and anger to resolution,” Bush said on Sept. 20, 2001, “Whether we bring our enemies to justice or bring justice to our enemies, justice will be done.”
His administration devised policies to make the country safe from any such future terrorist attacks, and to defeat the enemy that had declared war on America.
It was those policies that helped track Osama bin Laden into his Pakistani hideout, and bring justice to the man who unleashed the beast of terror in the name of Islam against the U.S. and her allies and friends around the world.
In these times of rampant political opportunism and fickle memory, it needs to be said without equivocation that the much-maligned Bush — America’s 43rd president — was vindicated when U.S. President Barack Obama stepped forth in the late hours of Sunday night to announce that bin Laden had been found and swiftly dispatched to the underworld.