How we react to things like this says a lot about our own humanity. I'm happy to live in a country where our elected leaders make statements that they received the news of Bin Laden's death with "sober satisfaction". That's a good way to look at it, in my mind. This isn't the ultimate end of anything. There will be more terrorism and more innocent lives lost as a result, just because you get one big player doesn't mean it's all over. As for all the tit for tat comments that have been happening, and the comments on "there were videos of them cheering on 9/11", I think it should be really clear by now that the videos of "them" cheering when 9/11 happened weren't videos of level headed, God-fearing, good-doing people, those videos were of people cheering who have a distorted and radical belief system, who delight in doing awful things in the name of God and under the banner of "religious freedom". I don't necessarily trust the sources of every video put on TV, so I dunno that I would judge all of Islam on those videos. But they will judge all of us based on our reactions. It's interesting that those of us with all the freedoms in the world, and all the knowledge that we have would put the bar so low for ourselves and accept that it's okay for us to behave that same way, it's borderline barbaric in my mind. And so that is my opinion and I thank God everyday that He is the ultimate judge and that I don't have to worry about deciding what happens to these misguided individuals. For me, I know I'll be judged on the contents of my heart, and if the Lord intends for my heart to be pure, then I'm not going to hold hate in it, and I won't be delighting in the death of another child of God.