Washington, May 3: It is the time when the entire world is talking about US President Barack Obama's victory over the most wanted terrorist, the mastermind of 9/11 attacks in 2001 - Osama Bin Laden. Most of the world leaders started praising Obama.
US, after getting green signal from its President, launched the "kill Osama mission" and finally, nailed down the al-Qaeda chief in Pakistan's Abbotabad in the wee hours of Monday, May 2. Later the president himself confirmed the news with a public announcement.
The White House sources informed that after months of preparations and meticulous planning against the highest-value target, Obama signed the death warrant for Laden on Apr 29. Co-incidentally, the world was watching a British royal wedding on the same day.
Prince William and Kate Middleton exchanged marital vows on the same time when the US president was busy in signing Osama's death certificate. British royal family surprised many when the wedding guest list did not come up with name of the Obamas.
It seems that the royal family, though they snubbed the most powerful man in the world during their celebration time, should be grateful to Obama now.
Obama could have ordered the special mission to 'kill Osama' on Apr 29 and without any doubt people can understand what would have been happened then. The 2 billion people, who were watching the royal wedding on TV, could have turned the channels to see Osama dead.
A world-wide terror alert has been issued soon after the news broke about Osama's death. The high-profile guests, who attended the royal wedding, could have come under a serious security threat.
Now, it seems that the time has come when the royals should be grateful to the "snubbed" Obama.