Brazilian national Osvaldo de Oliveira Soares from San-Paulo made up his mind to name his second son, who was born September 8, Osama bin Laden. The authorities refused to register such a name. According to the Brazilian laws, the children can not be given the names, from which they may psychologically suffer in the future. This was not Osvaldo’s first trick. Nine years ago he was trying to name his first son Saddam Hussein. He was not allowed to do that either, Ananova informed. Osvaldo explains his current decision: “Bin Laden is a great person, he is the only in the whole world, who stands against the American imperialism.”
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