The whole world already knows and celebrates that the world’s most vicious terrorist has been shot and killed by the military of the United States of America. For some ten years, millions of Americans and people all over the world have been waiting for justice to be served.
“So what’s next?” people are asking in their minds. The series of events to follow are indefinite but it pays to be cautious and expect retaliation and then a gradual slowing down of their activities. First, there is high probability that followers of Osama bin Laden, the leader of the al-Qaeda group, will attempt to revenge his death. Therefore there is high alert in all possible zones where reprisals might occur.
Could this be the end of this terrorism that has plagued the world? Not yet. There are quite a few well trained leaders who will supposedly take leadership now that bin Laden is dead. The fight against this group of terrorists must continue.
Will people the world over be able to now travel and live without all those security measures? For the meantime, No! But some time in the future a lot of these tight security measure will be removed in stages as the risk of terrorist actions dwindle.
Therefore for now it is time to celebrate the death of someone who has terrorized the world, and especially the United States of America, but it is also time to play it safe.