should the building osama bin laden was killed be turned into a tourist resort?

May 4, 2011 7:52am CST
I have this question and I want fellow mylotters to contribute to it. I want to know if it is ideal to suggest that the building in which Osama bin laden was killed should be turned into a tourist resort or museum. I certainly think it will attract tourist from around the world. His household property such as tv,clothings beds,etc should be left in the building as a national monument. At least that will attract visitors to Pakistan and then yield more revenue for that impoverish country. What is your suggestion concerning the conversion of Osama hide out to a museum?
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4 responses
@uath13 (8204)
• United States
4 May 11
Who'd want to go there? It should be burned to the ground & forgotten.
@Jo1272 (49)
• United States
10 May 11
A-men! I wish they didn't bury him at sea. So his radical evil followers wouldn't have a place to continue to worship him. He has already posioned the earth, and now the sea. I think they should have burned his body.
@Matpunk85 (1066)
• Italy
4 May 11
That's disgusting! I don't understand how a person can go there to see where this criminal has been killed. To go there to look at what? it's only a building where an a.s.s.h.o.l.e was hidden. Do you like to go to visit the house of a criminal? If a killer would kill a person you love would you like that people go to see his house?
@Jo1272 (49)
• United States
10 May 11
I so agree with you! To turn that evil man's compound into an attraction is non sense! This would be telling our Brave men and women who gave their life go Fudgeicle yourself and holding up the middle finger to those families that mourn their daughter, husbands, fathers, mothers ect.! I do not like this topic.
@maximax8 (31177)
• United Kingdom
4 May 11
I heard that Osama Bin Laden was killed and he hasn't got a grave. He has been put into the sea! Pakistan is not a tourist destination at this current time. I have heard though in the past travelers used to travel overland from London to Kathmandu. They went to Turkey quite easily, needed a visa to go through Iran and then had to go through Pakistan and then finally through India before reaching Napal. I very much doubt that the building that Osama Bin Laden was killed in will become a museum. Due to Pakistan being a poor country this is a very good idea although it happening is not likely.
6 May 11
Maximax8, thanks for contributing. I have gone through your views and it was quite interesting and factual
@barehugs (8984)
• Canada
5 May 11
In south Texas USA,on the Rio Grande River, there is one remaining hand pulled ferry which transports people and vehicles across the river border with Mexico. For those waiting for the ferry, on the American side,there is a gift shop, filled with hand-made treasures ( mostly made in Asia), and rest-rooms for both genders. In the men's-room there is an unusual urinal, the inside of which is decorated with an almost life sized picture of Osama Bin Laden. Posted above the Urinal are the words," Don't miss this Chance to Pee on Osama!"