When Osama Bin Laden was killed back in 2011, a number of documents were taken from the compound in Pakistan where he was found. Now, a number of these documents have been declassified, but there are some particular pieces of the al-Qaeda leader's collection that are not being released to the publicClick To Continue Reading
(Fully Translated) (TN: Each page has a watermark that reads as follows, “The Security Committee – al-Qa’ida Organization” “O ye people of faith, be vigilant.”) In the name of Allah the compassionate and merciful Important remarks before you fill in the application: 1. Show More Summary
Not a big surprise that he read Bob Woodward, Noam Chomsky and William Blum. Maybe bin Laden was a long-distance student at Cal-Berkeley.
TERRORISM ISN’T A PRODUCT OF POVERTY. IT’S A PRODUCT OF LOW-FUNCTIONING INTELLECTUALS WITH DELUSIONS OF GRANDEUR: Osama bin Laden, perpetual impoverished grad student. “If you think of Osama bin Laden as a thrifty, frustrated, nth-year graduate student, this all makes sense.”
A name synonymous with evil, but can his words get you a date on Tinder?
The Obama administration will not release Osama Bin Laden’s pornography stash out of respect for the terrorist mastermind. DNA India reported: The pornography stash recovered from Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden’s Abbottbad hideout will not be revealed, a US … Continue reading ?
“So many books, so little time.” ? Frank Zappa Earlier this week, the US Director of National Intelligence released a list of books and documents seized from Osama Bin Laden’s hideout in 2011. The list is much as you’d expect from the...Show More Summary
Do you wish to execute a suicide operation? Who should we contact in case you become a martyr? Any hobbies or pastimes? Are any of your friends or relatives in the jihad theater?
Low-hanging clouds over the Pakistani mountains might protect you from a prying US drone, but what if a spy has injected a microscopic bug in your wife’s clothes? Osama Bin Laden’s last years at his final hideout were haunted by his accurate hunch that he was hunted by a remorseless and...
“Newly declassified documents from the compound in Pakistan where Osama bin Laden was killed in 2011 have revealed the late al-Qaida leader’s remarkable English-language library, including books by Noam Chomsky, Bob Woodward and even 9/11 conspiracy theorist David Ray Griffin,” [...]
In a letter to one of his wives, Osama bin Laden wrote that his hosts in Abbottabad, Pakistan, appeared to have grown weary of housing him.
I’m confused as to why the US authorities would release a list of the books that appeared on the shelves of Osama Bin Laden’s Pakistan compound but the list is now being analysed around the world. Bin Laden read books about law, military strategy and, of course, books about the 9/11 attacks, including conspiracy theories. […]
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While the investigative journalist Seymour Hersh has been busy clouding the history of Osama bin Laden's years on the lam in Pakistan, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence cleared things up a bit by releasing a list of documents found at the lair in Abbottabad where bin Laden was...
The Office of the Director of National Intelligence this week declassified hundreds of documents collected during the 2011 raid of Osama bin Laden’s Pakistan compound, including his original job application for al-Qaeda, which, along...Show More Summary
We've known for a while that Osama bin Laden's Pakistani hideout was inundated with myriad porn videos at the time of the 2011 raid that took him down. But his elusive hideout just got more interesting, as the Office of the DirectorShow More Summary
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CBS News Homeland Security Correspondent Jeff Pegues and CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate discuss what Osama bin Laden’s book selection and an al Qaeda job application say about the organization.
“I really want for you to be my wife in paradise,” a man once wrote to his beloved. Who was this Casanova? None other than Osama bin Laden, a name synonymous with evil. But can his words land you a date on Tinder? Read more...
10 Books On Osama Bin Laden's Bookshelf On Wednesday, the U.S. released a list of the English-language books found on bin Laden's bookshelf. Here are some of those books. Submitted by: nfed Regular Keywords: osama bin laden bin laden...Show More Summary