Militants in North Waziristan on Tuesday distributed pamphlets pledging holy war to mark the first anniversary of the killing of Osama bin Laden, albeit a week late. Masked militants, armed with assault rifles, handed out copies of the pamphlet from vehicles in Miranshah, the main town of the tribal agency, Al Arabiya channel reported. “Let us pledge today that we will continue our jihad and sacrifice our lives and property in the way of Allah like Sheikh Osama did,” it said, unsigned and dated May 2, the anniversary of the al Qaeda leader’s killing by US troops. “Today, a year since Sheikh Osama bin Laden embraced martyrdom, the enemy America is repenting. It is facing defeat and Pakistan’s future is also bleak,” it said.