“The Enhanced Interrogation Program saved lives, prevented attacks, & produced intel that led to Osama bin Laden. The techniques were the same as those used on our own people in the SERE program.” — Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.), in a tweet responding to Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), March 13 “The torture of detainees in U.S. […]
Mohammed bin Salman says Iran is hosting the son of Osama bin Laden.
10:30 AM PT -- O'Neill was not arrested. Law enforcement sources tell us cops put him in a cab to go to a hotel. American Airlines later rebooked him on another flight. Rob O'Neill, the Navy Seal who killed Osama bin Laden, was thrown off a plane…
The U.S. Navy SEAL who's credited with firing the kill shots on Osama bin Laden says he listened to a banger the night of the raid, and we gotta say... it's an excellent choice. We got retired Navy SEAL, Robert O'Neill, heading into the…
In the Herald English-writing authors Kamila Shamsie, H.M.Naqvi, Omar Shahid Hamid, and Osama Siddiquen "provide a quick glance into the burgeoning world of Pakistani English fiction", answering a variety of questions.
Get to know Ayman and Osama Abdeldayem, the brothers and DIY designers behind right-now’s coolest skate brand.
The U.S. Navy SEAL who killed Osama bin Laden is not a fan of President Trump's call for a military parade in Washington, and he made his opinion clear on the commander-in-chief's favorite social media forum. "A military parade is third world bulls---," O'Neill tweeted. Show More Summary
The US Navy Seal who killed Osama Bin Laden has called Donald Trump’s plan for a military parade “third world bulls”. Stop this conversation,” Robert O’Neill wrote on Twitter. Mr Trump made the parade request of his military chiefs in late January, after reportedly being impressed by a French Bastille Day parade last year.
The former Navy SEAL who killed terrorist Osama bin Laden in a 2011 raid blasted President Donald Trump’s plans to hold a military parade.
The former US Navy SEAL who killed Osama Bin Laden in 2011 is not happy about Trump's idea for a military parade. He called it "third world bulls---" in a tweet, though he later acknowledged that the US has had military parades in the...Show More Summary
A criminal investigation into the death of a Green Beret last June has prompted a broad investigation of SEAL Team 6 - the unit which reportedly took out Osama Bin Laden, reports a military official and two others briefed on the case. Army Staff Sgt. Show More Summary
IS THIS THE MOST PIVOTAL FEDERAL JUDGE YOU’VE NEVER HEARD OF? FISA Court Judge James Boasberg is why Osama bin Laden’s death photos have never been seen outside the Pentagon. He’s also the reason 14,000 of Hillary Clinton’s emails were made public. But those decisions may pale by comparison with Boasberg’s decision Friday to keep […]
Shakil Afridi has languished in jail for years — since 2011, when the Pakistani doctor used a vaccination scam in an attempt to identify Osama bin Laden's home, aiding U.S. … Click to Continue »
I fantasize about writing a novel in which the main character knocks cell phones out of the hands of distracted people who are walking towards her. She would be regarded as more of a terrorist than Osama bin Laden. Postscript: This post was written entirely on a call phone. My personal theory is that cellphones... View Article
As bad as President Donald Trump describes U.S.-Pakistani ties today, they can get far worse. Over 16 years that included hundreds of deadly U.S. drone strikes, Osama bin Laden's killing … Click to Continue »
Hamza bin Laden wants Saudi Arabia's monarchy to be deposed.
Christian Ganczarski is accused of rubbing shoulders with the Al-Qaeda leadership who planned the 9/11 attacks.
Apparently the goalie coach at Argentinian soccer club Sportivo Dock Sud is former special forces or something, because he’s got the team’s goalies training like Navy Seals getting ready to storm Osama’s compound. You think we’re joking, but it’s true. Dock Sud keepers have to go through an absolutely gruelling training regimen that includes barricades […]
A German national believed to have been linked to Osama bin Laden and convicted for a 2002 attack on a Tunisian synagogue attacked four guards in a northern French prison on Thursday, weeks before becoming eligible for extradition o the US.
PARIS (Reuters) - A German believed to have been an associate of Osama bin Laden and convicted for his part in an attack on a synagogue in Tunisia in 2002 attacked four prison guards on Thursday weeks before being eligible for extradition to the United States.