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Peshwas Farik Saadon: Obama: Osama bin Laden's Victims Deserved an Answer

Today as I had my last drink from the bottle of Johnnie Walker Blue Label, which I bought to celebrate bin Laden's death, I come to realize how the momentary sense of relief on the day of his death led me to forget all about principles of justice and righteousness.
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