May 2, 2011.(Romereports.com).
announcement that Osama Bin Laden was killed by U.S. forces in
Pakistan, the Vatican said that even though Bin Laden represented
violence and hate in the world, people should not celebrate his
killing. They noted that the leader of Al Qaeda was responsible for
countless deaths and exploiting religion for his own means. But when
confronted with the killing of a man, a Christian never celebrates.
In light of the
celebrations after Bin Laden's death, the Vatican warned of the
danger it would cause of increasing hatred and called for actions of
Laden's death comes after an almost 10 year man hunt for the
mastermind of the September 11th
attacks in the United States.