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Morreu Osama Bin Laden
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O Presidente dos Estados Unidos anunciou esta noite que o líder da Al-Qaeda, Osama bin Laden, foi morto no Paquistão por serviços especiais norte-americanos.

Barack Obama avisou que a principal organização terrorista mundial poderá tentar vingar o seu chefe e colocou em alerta máximo "todos os edifícios e instalações oficiais norte-americanas quer no país quer no estrangeiro".

"Esta noite, estou em condições de anunciar aos americanos e ao mundo que os Estados Unidos realizaram uma operação que matou Bin Laden, o dirigente da Al-Qeida, um terrorista responsável pelo assassínio de milhares de inocentes", afirmou Obama numa declaração solene feita na Casa Branca, especificando que o chefe da Al-Qaida foi morto ontem numa troca de tiros numa residência em que a presença de Bin Laden tinha sido detectada em Agosto passado.

No discurso feito a partir da Casa Branca cerca das 23:30 locais (04:30 em Lisboa) e dirigido aos Estados Unidos e ao mundo, Barack Obama explicou que depois de ter recebido informações fiáveis sobre a localização de Osama Bin Laden nas montanhas do Paquistão deu a ordem para atacar apenas na semana passada. Já hoje, "um pequeno grupo" militar americano conduziu a operação de ataque à residência onde se encontrava Osama Bin Laden e depois de uma troca de tiros, matou e recolheu o corpo do líder da Al-Qaida.

Obama explicou que Bin Laden foi localizado em Abottabad, norte do Paquistão, informação que antes do discurso presidencial a cadeia CNN citava fontes governamentais para indicar que Bin Laden tinha sido localizado numa vivenda nas imediações de Islamabad. "Esta noite, os Estados Unidos lançaram uma mensagem inequívoca: não importa quanto tempo passou, será feita justiça", disse Barack Obama.

Dez anos depois dos atentados de 11 de Setembro de 2001, no quais morreram cerca de 3.000 pessoas em Nova Iorque, no Pentágono e na Pensilvânia, a morte de Bin Laden cumpre um objectivo americano, mas Obama deixou um alerta de que a organização poderá querer vingar a morte do seu líder. "Devemos seguir, e seguiremos vigilantes tanto nos Estados Unidos como no exterior", afirmou Obama para quem não há dúvidas que a "Al-Qaeda continuará a tentar atingir o povo americano. A Casa Branca já revelou que todos os edifícios e instalações oficiais norte-americanas quer no país quer no estrangeiro estão em alerta máxima contra possíveis represálias.


Anda pelas notícias uma foto do Bin Laden morto mas já se veio a confirmar como sendo falsa. É uma montagem que circula pela net há cerca de dois anos..
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Eu espero que haja fotografias do Bin morto. Não me obriguem a dizer ao Obama "Pic or GTFO".
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Saiu hoje um jogo no newgrounds. Somos um terrorista e o Bin Laden é o nosso chefe. O tipo que fez ficou todo chateado porque saiu o jogo e na mesma manhã soube que o bin laden tinha sido morto.

Diz ele:

WTF?! I SPENT THE LAST FEW WEEKS TO CREATE THIS PIECE OF GARBAGE AND NOW ONE OF ITS MAIN PROTAGONISTS IS SIMPLY DEAD? THANK YOU USA, YOU SCREWED ME OVER!!!
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SO HERE IS WHAT THIS GAME IS ABOUT:
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"Have you ever wanted to be a terrorist like the other cool kids in school but didn't have the money to catch a flight to Pakistan? Well, your trouble is over because this is MUJAHEDIN (the game) - the first online recruitment program of the Taliban! So make your diploma now and be the bomb! (literally)"

aqui fica o jogo Smile

http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/568887
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E o corpo foi lancado ao mar.
Ja' nao chegava o derrame de crude da BP...
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Sim, já há poluição que chegue no mar. Mas continuo a dizer que devia haver fotos dele morto.
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(03-05-2011, 08:11)Rufferto Escreveu: Sim, já há poluição que chegue no mar. Mas continuo a dizer que devia haver fotos dele morto.

Nem as fotos dele vivo eram de confiar, que fossem mesmo ele... quanto mais as dele morto que não aparecem.

Se aparecerem haverão de dizer que por acidente o corpo ardeu... e que após ter ardido caiu num tanque de ácido... tendo o resto sido comido por cães que estavam na vizinhança. Mas que com a avançadíssima tecnologia ao seu dispor conseguiram reconstruir o crânio. Tongue
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Wikipedia

Earlier death reports

December 2001: Quoting an unnamed Taliban official, the Pakistan Observer reported that bin Laden died of untreated lung complications and was buried in an unmarked grave in Tora Bora on December 15.[134] This report was picked up by Fox News in the U.S. on December 26.[135] Also on December 26, the Egyptian newspaper Al-Wafd carried a short obituary by a "prominent official" of the Afghan Taliban, who was supposedly present at the funeral, stating bin Laden had been buried on or around December 13:[136]
"[Osama bin Laden] suffered serious complications and died a natural, quiet death. He was buried in Tora Bora, a funeral attended by 30 Al Qaeda fighters, close members of his family and friends from the Taliban. By the Wahhabi tradition, no mark was left on the grave"
A videotape was released on December 27 showing a gaunt, unwell bin Laden, prompting an unnamed White House aide to comment that it could have been made shortly before his death.[134] On CNN, Dr. Sanjay Gupta commented that bin Laden's left arm never moved during the video, suggesting a recent stroke and possibly a symptom of kidney failure.[137] According to Pakistani President Musharraf, bin Laden required two dialysis machines, which also suggested kidney failure.[138] "I think now, frankly, he is dead for the reason he is a... kidney patient," Musharraf said.[138] If bin Laden suffered kidney failure, he would have required a sterile environment, electricity, and continuous attention by a team of specialists, Gupta said.[137] In April 2002, U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld stated, "We have heard neither hide nor hair of him since, oh, about December in terms of anything hard."[139] FBI Counterterrorism chief Dale Watson and President Karzai of Afghanistan also expressed the opinion that bin Laden probably died at this time.[140][141]
July 2002: FBI counterterrorism chief Dale Watson states that bin Laden "is probably not with us anymore but I have no evidence to support that."[142][143]
October 2002: Hamid Karzai stated that "I would come to believe that [bin Laden] probably is dead."[144]
November 2005: Senator Harry Reid stated that "I heard today that he may have died in the earthquake that they had in Pakistan, seriously."[145][146]
Late 2005: CIA disbands "Bin Laden Issue Station", codenamed "Alec Station", the CIA's bin Laden tracking unit, 1996–2005.[147]
September 2006: On September 23, 2006, the French newspaper L'Est Républicain quoted a report from the French secret service (Direction générale de la sécurité extérieure, DGSE) stating that Osama bin Laden had died in Pakistan on August 23, 2006, after contracting a case of typhoid fever that paralyzed his lower limbs.[148] According to the newspaper, Saudi security services first heard of bin Laden's supposed death on September 4, 2006.[149][150][151] The supposed death was reported by the Saudi Arabian secret service to its government, which reported it to the French secret service. The French defense minister Michèle Alliot-Marie expressed her regret that the report had been published while French President Jacques Chirac declared that bin Laden's death had not been confirmed.[152] American authorities also could not confirm reports of bin Laden's death,[153] with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice saying only, "No comment, and no knowledge."[154] Later, CNN's Nic Robertson said that he had received confirmation from an anonymous Saudi source that the Saudi intelligence community has known for a while that bin Laden has a water-borne illness, but that he had heard no reports that it was specifically typhoid or that he had died.[155]
November 2007: In an interview with political interviewer David Frost taken on November 2, 2007, the Pakistani politician and Pakistan Peoples Party leader Benazir Bhutto claimed that bin Laden had been murdered by Omar Sheikh. During her answer to a question pertaining to the identities of those who had previously attempted her own assassination, Bhutto named Sheikh as a possible suspect while referring to him as "the man who murdered Osama bin Laden." Despite the significance of such a statement, neither Bhutto nor Frost attempted to clarify it during the remainder of the interview.[156] Omar Chatriwala, a journalist for Al Jazeera English, claimed that he chose not to pursue the story at the time because he believed Bhutto misspoke, meaning to say Sheikh murdered Daniel Pearl and not Osama bin Laden.[citation needed] The BBC drew criticism when it rebroadcast the Frost/Bhutto interview on its website, but edited out Bhutto's statement regarding bin Laden. Later the BBC apologized and replaced the edited version with the complete interview.[157] In October 2007, Bhutto stated in an interview that she would cooperate with the American military in targeting bin Laden.[158]
2008: Robert Baer, former CIA operative stated that "Of course he’s dead" and questioned the relevancy of bin Laden.[159][142]
April 2009: During an interview with The Telegraph, Pakistan's President Asif Ali Zardari raised the prospect that bin Laden could be dead after he said that intelligence officials could find "no trace" of the al Qaeda chief. Zardari's predecessor, Pervez Musharraf, similarly suggested that bin Laden could be dead. Additionally, Pakistan's intelligence agencies also believed bin Laden possibly to be dead.[160]
March 2009: Angelo M. Codevilla, a professor on international relations at Boston University stated that "All the evidence suggests Elvis Presley is more alive today than Osama bin Laden."
May 2009: In Osama Bin Laden: Dead or Alive?, it was argued that bin Laden had died of kidney failure.
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Morreu? Foi na vez dele, pronto.
Sobre a situação da Al-Queda, duvido muito que pare.
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(14-05-2011, 14:30)Dave Mosuki Escreveu: Morreu?

Estiveste em modo de hibernação? Smile
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