This Pakistani's 1 AM Thought Is Being Considered The Most 'Historic' Tweet On Twitter!


This Pakistani’s 1 AM Thought Is Being Considered The Most ‘Historic’ Tweet On Twitter!


Ever since 9/11, Pakistan had suffered a wave of magnanimous terrorism, where the people of the country were not safe to travel, worship, roam their streets or live in their rural areas. Suicide bombings, armed attacks, what not, Pakistan bore everything, because the actions of one man.

His name? Osama Bin Laden. On September 11, 2001, 2996 people were killed in a dual attack on the World Trade Center in New York. Soon after the attack, the responsibility was almost forced upon the Al-Qaeda, headed by Osama Bin Laden, the world’s most wanted man, the most notorious terrorist.


For a decade, the USA bombarded Afghanistan and the Norther regions of Pakistan, trying to take revenge for Al-Qaeda’s actions. In retaliation, hundreds of thousands of lives were lost. However. one day, the USA finally took their revenge from Osama Bin Laden. It was May 2, 2011, when Operation Geronimo took place in Abbottabad, Pakistan. US Navy Seals team stormed a local compound in the wee hours of night, raided the house, and killed Osama.

The fateful day, however, is remembered by a single tweet that was made by a man named Sohail Athar, who tweeted this at exactly 12:58 Am on May 2, 2011: “Helicopter hovering above Abbottabad at 1AM (is a rare event).”

Ever since the tweet resurfaced, people are calling it one of the most ‘historic’ tweets ever. This is how they reacted to it:

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