The al-Qaeda terrorist group leader was killed on May 2, 2011 in Abbottabad, Pakistan, during a US Navy SEALs special operation. In September 2011 then-consul at the US embassy in Riyadh addressed a letter to bin Laden’s son, Abdullah bin Laden, acknowledging his request for his father’s death certificate.
The 2011 assault on Osama bin Laden's compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan exposed two of the US military's t op-secret weapons programs, the MH-X Silent Hawk helicopter and highly modified night-vision goggles. Each elite soldier on the...Show More Summary
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.
The Obama administration dumped some documents on Wednesday related to the raid in Abbottabad, Pakistan, which SUPPOSEDLY resulted in the many-shots-fired-to-the-face killing of Osama bin Laden, if you’re willing to believe the lamestream media. Show More Summary
The Office of the Director of National Intelligence yesterday released an "unprecedented number" of documents recovered in the raid on Osama bin Laden's hideout in Abbottabad, Pakistan (among them: an al-Qaeda application and a warning about Iranian dentists ). The ODNI also released a completed list of the 39 English-language...
The U.S. government has released a list of documents recovered during the 2011 raid on Osama bin Laden’s compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, which includes works by Noam Chomsky and Bob Woodward. The Office of the Director of National Intelligence released a list of non-classified,...
This undated video still image was seized from the walled compound of al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden in Abbottabad, Pakistan, and released by the U.S. Department of Defense on May 7, 2011. In the image, a man identified as bin Laden watches President Barack Obama on television. Show More Summary
The Navy SEALs didn't just take out Osama bin Laden on May 2, 2011—they also retrieved hundreds of documents from his Abbottabad, Pakistan, hideout that have reportedly been described by officials as a "treasure trove" of info about the al-Qaeda leader. The Office of the Director of National Intelligence...
A newly-released trove of documents recovered from Osama bin Laden's compound in Abbottabad reveals the al-Qaeda leader's thoughts on everything from the terror group's future to climate change and the Arab Spring. In one document, he...Show More Summary
Newly declassified documents from Osama bin Laden’s Abbottabad retirement compound show that al Qaeda’s rigorous HR department wasn’t just trolling LinkedIn for resumes—the terror organization had a formal application process. “Who should we contact in case you became a martyr?” Read more...
Al Qaeda asked its aspiring recruits to fill out an application in order to join, according to documents the US government seized at Osama bin Laden's compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan and released on May 20th. The application asks for...Show More Summary
Noam Chomsky, Bob Woodward, U.S. foreign policy, Islam -- these are the names and topics that one would have stumbled upon if perusing Osama bin Laden's bookshelf in his Abbottabad, Pakistan, compound. [Read full story: U.S. reveals what Osama bin Laden had in his library] Four years after the bin Laden raid, the United States has declassified a list […]
The Obama administration has released details on more than 400 letters, books, news articles, research reports and software manuals it seized during the 2011 raid of Osama Bin Laden’s secret compound in Pakistan. Among the books were...Show More Summary
Following the claim by the Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Seymour Hersh that a Pakistani intelligence official informed the CIA about the Abbottabad hideout of al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden, Pakistani sources have allegedly identified...Show More Summary
Rafatullah Mohmand and Mohammad Rizwan stroked rapid half-centuries, helping Peshawar Panthers chase down 179 with six wickets in hand and one over to spare against Abbottabad Falcons in Faisalabad
Seymour Hersh's London Review of Books story alleging that the United States and Pakistani authorities cooperated to more or less stage Osama Bin Laden's May 2011 death in Abbottabad, Pakistan has been widely criticized as unreliable. Show More Summary
Seymour Hersh’s London Review of Books piece was looking to make waves when he questioned the truthfulness of the story of Osama bin Laden’s death in May 2011 in Abbottabad, Pakistan. Hersh did manage to raise fundamental questions about...Show More Summary
Well-informed intelligence circles in the garrison town of Rawalpindi concede that the vital information about the bin Laden compound was actually provided to the Americans by none other than an ISI official - Brigadier Usman Khalid....Show More Summary
Former CIA Director Leon Panetta discredits reports which allege that the Pakistani government knew in advance about the United States’ raid on Osama bin Laden’s Abbottabad compound, CNN reports. Said Panetta: “I can assure you bin Laden was not in [...]
Veteran American journalist Seymour Hersh has claimed that Osama bin Laden was a prisoner of Pakistan’s intelligence agency ISI at the Abbottabad compound since 2006, and that a Pakistani intelligence officer gave him up to the US in return for a $25 million reward. Writing in the London Review of Books on the fourth anniversary […]