maybe, but isn't celebrating someone's (even osama's) death in the streets exactly the kind of ideology the west was fighting against? seems a tad ironic eh?
Celebrating the execution of a wanted man, guilty of killing thousands worldwide, and leader of an organization that declared war on the United States is against our ideologies? Since when? I'm not sure all of those words mean what you think they do.
And truly, it's a symbol more than celebration of his death. The Statue of Liberty has no strategic value at all, but if destroyed would take a heavy toll none the less. Osama is the symbol of how many Americans view terrorists, and with his death it is a victory worth celebrating against terrorism.
There's a lot possible to comment on, and a lot of opinions that can soar to new heights of internet debauchery on the subject, but you can't scold us for it not being a Christian thing to do like everything else we do is perfectly in line with Christian ideology.
The death of a man that would gladly kill you, me, and take away everything everyone I love holds dear is okay with me. I'm not banging pots up and down the street, but the world is better off, no matter your religion or lack there of.