The german project charta1.9.2 has written the following letter to the nobel committee. Dear members of the Nobel committee: Considering all currently known details about the mission in Pakistan on May 1, 2011, it can be assumed that, in the killing of Osama bin Laden ordered by U.S. President Barack Obama, national interests have clearly been placed above both the public welfare and stability in the Arab world. Furthermore, it can be assumed that a possible increase in tensions between Pakistan and the Arab world, as well as a deterioration of bilateral relations between Pakistan and the United States of America as a result of this killing was knowingly accepted and will continue to be accepted. Despite threatening to terminate cooperation between Pakistan and the United States, the U.S. wants to reserve the right to similar operations in the future. This behavior is in direct contradiction to the award guidelines of the Nobel Peace Prize, which clearly and unequivocally state: According to Nobels will, the Peace Prize is to go to whoever shall have done the most or the best work for fraternity between nations, for the abolition or reduction of standing armies and for the holding and promotion of peace congresses. A continuation of the recognition of the Nobel Peace Prize for President Barack Obama would be considered questionable not only from moral and ethical standpoints, but could particularly downgrade the value, the validity and the credibility of the Nobel Peace Prize over the long term. We, the organizers of the charta1.9.2 project, therefore ask the Nobel committee to verify the Nobel Peace Prize awarded to President Barack Obama on the basis of the award guidelines. We would like to point out that the request to verify the Nobel Peace Prize is the wish of solely the organizers of the charta1.9.2 project. We have not requested the opinions of the individual authors of the charta1.9.2 project; therefore, these have not been taken into account.