Acres of news space has been devoted to the finding and the ultimate killing of wanted fugitive and global terrorist, Osama Bin Laden in Abbottabad in Pakistan. Everywhere the same question is being asked - how did the Pakistan security apparatus manage to keep the most wanted terrorist in safe haven in an area close to its capital hoodwinking seekers from the United States for nearly a decade. But the more important question seems to be seldom asked - what on earth was the Pakistan security establishment's calculus in providing safe haven at all to the likes of Osama Bin Laden?
Osama Bin Laden has been captured and killed by a military operation conducted by the US Navy SEALs in Pakistan’s Abbottabad. This execution, however, does not necessarily mean an end of terrorism. Rather, the seeds of terrorism lie in the imperialist policies of United States itself, which will - if it has not already - give birth to a thousand more bin Ladens.