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We celebrate much, but not death

I will not cry.
I will not shed a single tear.
I will not mourn the father of al-Qaeda, Osama bin Laden. 
But I refuse to celebrate his death.
It disheartens me that many in our society have become so insensitive to the gravity of our actions, insensitive to what it means to assassinate or kill.
I do not question the necessity of removing terroristic threats, only our reaction to the violence.
Perhaps television, movies and games have made killing and death so commonplace and easy we forget these are fantasy. Perhaps it is difficult to grasp reality when the ...

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