ZeroHour: World is justified but we are not......................................................................................... The recent frenzy on demise of Osma Bin Laden is justified . World has all the reasons to celebrate the succesful the end of the most wanted person of globe. To surmise the whole puzzling trajectory of OBL’hideouts during the past decade is itself an inexplicable task. One thing that is most interesting is the persona of OBL. He is surely the single one in recent history who has triggered unstoppable stream of questions. From the beginning of an ordinary mujahid to the phase of charismatic leader of the most potent extremist organization of the world, there is a constant shade of mytery connected to this personality. He is one of the most ambivalent figure in Muslim world. Even his death left all of us with a heap of questions many of them are unable to unfold in recent future. Osama was not a man of complexities and contemporaries quoted him a simple man of average mental faculties but his commitment and target was not average. It is not relevant whether Osama Bin Laden was a heroic icon or a villain but he remained the most- talked person in the world for two to three decades. But what is relevant is the aftermath of his troubling death on the lives of people of Pakistan. The thriller of Bin Laden’s life ended with a big question mark on the capabilities, claims and self-righteousness attitude of our security agencies. The overloaded situation of our intelligence agencies is understandable but the most shocking is the criminal negligence of not noticing the most noticeable living under the nose of military academy. From tactful hiding of Bin Laden in a well-guarded and well-maintained compound to the impressive and unthinkable attack of American SEAL marine commandoes , one thing is clear ------and that is the utter display of weakness from our security establishment. Now it is obvious that we are weak to trace someone inside us. We are weak to gather actionable intelligence. We are mentally not so strong when there comes the moment of trusting someone. We are weak because our weakness are known, perhapes exposed, to our friends and foes. We are weak because we are unable to draft a code of cooperation among our allies. And most rediculous is one that we are weak because we are making excuses of our failure and embarrassment. I think there is a space of many probable positive things those can emerge provided that we are endowed with sanity. We are given a reminder about the tough competition ahead. Our army can use this incident to restructure the very basis of its intelligence collecting mechanism and operative capabilities.. They can devise some new methods of surveillance and adopt new rules for combat. There is good moment to make it clear once for all that what is going to be the pyramid of decision making in various sensitive and unthinkable situations. This tragic event must make them realize the importance of preparation of the worst case scenarios and how the troubleshooting practices are important. What are the faults in routine norms of the military intelligence , installed surveillance and combat equipments those lead to the failure of both tracking Osama’s family and Obama’s marine commandoes?. What must be the security priorities about the people living near the military installations and cantonments? There is a series of questions concerning our attitude and response to this particular incident. The brave nation extracts wisdom from their low-situations so that it can not repeat. I think we have time to think and come up with strong arguments concerning our sovereignity and security.