Osama betrayed?

Mar 10 ,2012 10:01 AM
Osama betrayed?

This is a question that haunts the minds of the general public, though the protagonists rejoice over the death, but still some questions do linger in the minds like……

Innumerous questions remain unanswered, in the minds of the people on the US Navy attack which eventually killed the Fugitive leader of Al-Qaeda, Osama Bin Laden. A few of them are, the founder of Al-Qaeda, was once a leader in the Muslim world, who despised the Americans. But all of a sudden he was despised by the same party, reasons unknown. Why had he wandered like a fugitive? Did the Pakistan Government know his whereabouts? If so why did they not provide adequate security? How did the US track him down? Though there are no firm answers to these and more questions, one private investigator gives some guesses over the issue.

A retired Pakistani brigadier Shaukat Qadir, who carried out his own investigations, revealed to a leading media, “al-Qaeda decided to retire him in 2003 as he was mentally senile having picked up some degenerative disease from 2001." Qadir is supposed to have visited the Abbottabad residence of the incarcerated fugitive. Based on that he says he has no evidence, but offers a tantalizing image of a frail man betrayed through one of his wives in an al-Qaeda plot. The mistrust between the three wives of Osama grew so much that one of his older wives pointed fingers at his "favoured wife" for betraying him. Most questions could get an evidence supported answers, only if and when the Abbottabad Commission comes to light. (With inputs from internet: AarKay)

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