Osama Bin Laden is dead. God-willing the news is true. Yes, it is a moment to celebrate the death of an evil mastermind. But let us also remember that evil flows in the veins of all of us, as does goodness, and the struggle for goodness over evil is perennial.
The professor of Islamic Studies at the University of North Carolina and author of Memories of Muhammad has created an interesting comment thread after updating his Facebook status this morning. What do you think?
by Trent Gilliss, senior editor
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- mikegarycole said: I think something about celebrating death is intrinsically wrong, as it’s ultimately a deviation from an ideal world. I can’t celebrate something that should naturally make us weep. Man was meant to live.
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