Osma bin Laden’s children also claim the right to take legal action against America to "determine the true fate of our vanished father.
"We hold the American President (Barack) Obama legally responsible to clarify the fate of our father, Osama bin Laden, for it is unacceptable, humanely and religiously, to dispose of a person with such importance and status among his people, by throwing his body into the sea in that way, which demeans and humiliates his family and his supporters and which challenges religious provisions and feelings of hundreds of millions of Muslims," said the letter that was posted on the Internet.
The letter also claimed the United States administration has put up no proof to back up its account of the mission. The family believes that the aim of raid was to kill and not arrest and afterwards the United States commandos "rushed to dispose of the body."
There has been no independent confirmation of the authenticity of the letter, published on the website of Islamist ideologue Abu Walid al-Masri, however several specialists on militant propaganda say the text seems to be genuine.
Based in the Gulf in recent years, Omar bin Laden is reported to have not rushed to respond to emails, or telephone requests for comment.
Meanwhile, the now well-publicized photograph of the White House situation room has been photoshopped by both the weekly Orthodox magazine De Voch and a Brooklyn-based Hasidic Newspaper. Secretary of State, Hilary Clinton, along with counterterrorism adviser, Audrey Tomason, were removed from the photo, as the editorial teams claim their religious beliefs do not allow them to publish photographs of women, because of the laws of modesty.
Another photoshopped image of the same photograph is widely cruising the Internet. This one places Osama bin Laden in the background, watching the raid along with everyone else, (including Hilary Clinton and Audrey Tomason).
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