Osama bin Laden brought to justice

As I was getting ready for bed on Sunday evening, it was announced that President Obama would be addressing the nation live from the White House, and no further details were available. As I am sure it was with you, I was intrigued and decided to stay up to find out what was so significant for the President to speak at 11 in the evening.

It was then confirmed that it was, in fact, one of the momentous announcements in recent history: the mastermind behind the 9/11 attacks and so many other acts of terror had finally been found and brought to justice. It took nearly 10 years and a few well-placed bullets from a U.S. Navy SEALS team, but the families of those killed by al Qaeda finally have a sense of closure with Osama bin Laden meeting his Maker on Sunday, May 1, which ironically was Holocaust Remembrance Day and the anniversary of Hilter’s suicide in Berlin.

The successful raid on Bin Laden’s million dollar hideout in Pakistan showcases once more the power and precision of the United States military. This mission sends an important message to the world: America has not and will not rest until terrorists are brought to justice. Congratulations to all the courageous men and women who struck at the heart of evil, and continue to put their lives at risk for all that is right and good.

Osama bin Laden’s death is a great victory, but it is not the endgame. The threat remains real, and there could very well be increased threats due to Bin Laden’s death. A page has been turned, but our military and our intelligence community, as well as our leaders, need our prayers and support now more than ever.

Share:

More Posts

Crisis in the Classroom: Escalating Violence and Indoctrination in MA Public Schools

MA public schools are becoming increasingly unsafe for students. Instances of violence, alongside the troubling trends of sexualization and indoctrination of children, raise profound concerns regarding the health and safety of youth attending government schools in the Commonwealth. According to the Student Discipline Data Report on the MA Department of Elementary and

MFI Protects Pro-Life Pharmacist

Did you know that state and federal laws require employers to offer reasonable accommodations for the religious beliefs of their employees? A pro-life pharmacist who works at a national pharmacy chain recently reached out to MFI for help. Her pharmacy has started providing the abortion pill to customers. But due

Opting Out of LGBTQ Content in School – The Problem and What Parents Can Do About It

It’s no secret that students in Massachusetts public schools are inundated with content promoting sexual activity, alternate sexual orientations, and sexual and gender confusion. We sounded the alarm last year on the new Health Curriculum Frameworks, which tell schools to push dangerous and destructive sexual ideologies onto kids from the youngest ages.

Register Now for MFI’s Reclaiming Education Conference

You are cordially invited to MFI’s Reclaiming Education Conference, a groundbreaking event hosted in collaboration with the Herzog Foundation!  Are you a parent who needs an affordable option to the public school system? Are you a pastor or church leader who desires to expand your ministry to the families in your