WORLD LEADERS GREET OF DEATH OSAMA
Death of Osama bin Laden at the end of weapons the United States special forces greeted cheerfully by various world leaders. Leaders of Jerusalem, Tokyo, Sweden to Australia joined the United States congratulated the success of killing the terrorist leader who has been hunted over the last ten years.
"Israel with the American people in this historic day to celebrate the removal of Osama bin Laden," said Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was quoted as saying by Reuters.
U.S. closest ally was also congratulated on the achievements Obama has to win justice for the world as well as independence.
"It was a glorious victory for justice and liberty and common values of all democratic countries that work together to combat terrorism," said Netanyahu.
Meanwhile, Japanese Foreign Minister, Takeaki Matsumoto praised the success of the U.S. by calling it "significant progress in efforts contraterrorism."
No less, the Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt also showed a sense of her optimistic for the death of Osama. With the death of terrorist leader, the world not more peaceful and deserved to live. "The world without Osama bin Laden is a better world. Hatred is a threat to us all," he said confidently.
Meanwhile, Italian Foreign Menter Franco Frattini called the death of Osama as a victory over the world. "This is the victory of good over evil, justice for the atrocities. This is a great victory the United States and the international community over Al-Qaeda and terrorism," Frattini was quoted as saying by AFP.
As for Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard, the news of Osama bin Laden is not the end. "Al-Qaeda has been wounded today, al Qaeda has not been completed. The road we are against terrorism must continue," said Gillard aloud. He still will put its troops in Afghanistan.