A morte de Osama bin Laden é uma boa notícia mas, nem de perto, significa o fim da jihad global: essa dura desde 622 e não dá sinais de abrandar.
É caso para dizer que por morrer um mujahid não acaba a jihad:
Osama bin Laden is dead. So what?
Osama bin Laden has gone to claim his virgins, and while that is fine news, it really won't change anything. The role of al-Qaeda in the global jihad, and the role of Osama bin Laden in al-Qaeda, have both been wildly overstated. Al-Qaeda is not the only Islamic jihad group or Islamic supremacist group operating today, and Osama bin Laden was not some charismatic leader whose movement will collapse without him. The exaggeration of his role, in fact, was a result of the general unwillingness to face the reality that the global jihad is a movement driven by an ideology, not an outsized personality, and that that ideology is rooted in Islam.Read more at www.jihadwatch.org