3 May 2011

HISTORY--THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION-Osama bin Laden--2001


Monday, 15 October 2001
After a week of debilitating strikes at targets across Afghanistan, the Taliban repeated an offer to hand over Osama bin Laden, only to be rejected by President Bush.
After a week of debilitating strikes at targets across Afghanistan, the Taliban repeated an offer to hand over Osama bin Laden, only to be rejected by President Bush.
The offer yesterday from Haji Abdul Kabir, the Taliban's deputy prime minister, to surrender Mr bin Laden if America would halt its bombing and provide evidence against the Saudi-born dissident was not new but it suggested the Taliban are increasingly weary of the air strikes, which have crippled much of their military and communications assets.
WE ARE NOW CELEBRATING HIS DEATH IN 2011
THANK YOU PRESIDENT BUSH
HOW MANY DIED SINCE THEN.
NO WE'D RATHER WAIT UNTIL 2011

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