As I suspected, he was a coward and a weakling, and also wore more cologne than any man should wear.
Today marks the 6th anniversary of that day of infamy, one whereby we all remember where we were and what we were doing when heard/saw the news.
I must say that after 6 years I'm disappointed we still haven't tracked down Osama, a coward and a weakling.
His recent video whereby he tried to suggest we convert to Islam really chapped my hide. He will apparently present another where he shares the last will & testament of one of the terrorists responsible for murder on 9/11.
It seems to me that part of not forgetting is also remembering, remembering that this war is not over and that the enemy still lurks. That enemy is multi-faceted, for on the one hand we have the terrorists and advancing Islam with its national threats, but more importantly we have the powers of darkness that govern those which seek to dishonor our Christ.
Though there is overlap, those enemies are fought differently (e.g. Eph 6:10-18) and neither should be forgot.
(P.S. Read about the three 9/11s you should know according to John Piper.)