7 Responses to “GlobalVoices on Benazir Bhutto’s death”
thanks for posting about it… went on rediffmail here in india a bit ago, and felt more than the usual shock, something a bit more meaningful for south and west asia…
and then there were the cheering comments, always makes me realize how neanderthal we still are, despite, you know, twitter, etc.
It’s a shame that such an incident would’ve occurred. It now seems to be for the better that Bhutto had been out of the country all this while. She’d been so caring for her countrymen, all her life, and this is what she gets in return.
A thief and a scoundrel is dead; none less than a traitor to Pakistan. She would have sold the country for a pair of shoes. Now can someone tell me who will pay back the $2billion she stole from the country. Good riddance Amen
Re: Bhutto’s death, a moving and clear-eyed blog post titled The Game of Death by Shahidul Alam, a Bhangladeshi award-winning photojournalist and citizen media and human rights activist.
iam only 13 but i always admire Benzir bhutto as she is the only woman that give his life for the people after she knows what will happen her
I can’t believe that she was assassinated by a 15-year-old! What a shock! This is a crazy part of the world, and we are going to have to reassess our handling of such situations. I have spoken with several people from the middle east, and they all say that she was assasinated because it would be a major blow to the Americans. What are we doing wrong?
According to CNN.com, Benazir Bhutto was killed by a blast from an explosion; this is contrary to previous reports that say she was shot. A Scotland Yard analysis shows that there was no evidence of a bullet wound. Wow! Even in a high-profile murder such as this, the media can not get their facts straight!