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Monday, November 01, 2004

Daddy Wasn't Around Much...And Neither Was Mommy: Does Osama Suffers from Lack of Parental Love?

Why did Osama bin Laden release a video four days before the upcoming American election and, coincidentally, just as Yasser Arafat has, seemingly, departed the world stage? Also, why was Osama so annoyed that George W. Bush paid more attention to a little girl than he did to Osama's attempt to get his attention? These are questions asked and answered by the author's of Osama, Bush and a Little Girl.

For the first time Osama owns up to what we already knew: he is responsible for the destruction of the Twin Towers on September 11, 2001. Everyone knew that, although some refused to believe.

In his tape Osama did several things. First, he did not tell the truth about all matters. But remember that when thinking about lies and truth telling, for Muslims, telling the lies to Infidels, or non-believers, is acceptable and even reasonable under the doctrines of taqiyya and kitman. Furthermore, Osama appealed not only to an American audience as he knew that his words would be broadcast worldwide and, cynically, he had to attempt to justify his behavior in eyes other than those of America. The authors expose some of these fabrications.

To Wit: 1. He claims that America is responsible for the destruction of Lebanon that, according to the authors, in reality is caused by Syria and Hizbollah, and in part by exiled Jordanians. The "destroyed towers" referred to were the U.S. Marine barracks and the French military headquarters in Beirut that were destroyed by car bombs.
2. He claimed that Bush could have stopped the planes by paying attention to him rather than to "a child discussing her goat and its ramming..." Osama is trying to shame and degrade Bush with this statement because Islam is a shame based culture. The statement is also a lie because the President was already reading with the child when the first plane hit and was not aware that the country had been attacked until the second plane hit. Nevertheless, President Bush could not have stopped the planes without jumping up and running to the phones, giving Osama the attention HE felt he deserved. Unfortunately for the tower victims, no one in America was aware that Osama had this seemimg deficit of recognition.

Why is Osama so needy? Why was enraged that Bush would pay more attention to a little girl than to him? What is in his personal and cultural makeup that would cause such behaviors?

Inquiring minds want to know, especially you armchair psychologists.
Read the rest to find out.


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