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As anticipated, around 470,000 files included reels of public speeches, jihadist propaganda and previously unseen home video footage of his mysterious son, Hazma Bin Laden.
The elder bin Laden was killed before he was able to send for his son to teach and groom him to be the future leader of the jihadi group, (http://www.
Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden had millions of dollars stashed in Sudan and wanted most of it to be used to fund jihad, according to a handwritten will released Tuesday.
Egypt's top religious institute Al-Azhar sent its condolences to the Saudi bin Laden family, after a plane crash in the UK left three members of the family dead.
Bakr Bin Laden has relinquished a number of his major responsibilities at Saudi BinLadin Group (SBG).
Washington, April 23 ( ANI ): Ceara Francisco Helder Braga Fernandes, a bar owner in the Sao Paulo, Brazil, who happened to look a lot like Osama Bin Laden, has his bar's named after the most wanted terrorist which have now become quite popular.
But bin Laden told him: "You're being too pessimistic.
The order to purge the photos came 11 days after the conservative government transparency organization Judicial Watch filed a FOIA request with the Defense Department seeking "all photographs and/or video recordings of Usama Bin Laden taken during and/or after the US military operation in Pakistan on or about May 1, 2011".
A Pakistani newspaper claimed Monday that al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden was armed and looking for a hand grenade when he was killed by U.
WASHINGTON -- A colonel in the Pakistan's spy agency -- the Inter-Services Intelligence -- had provided vital help to the Central Investigation Agency in tracing Osama bin Laden, a new book has claimed.
The documents show dark days for al Qaeda and its hunkered-down leader after years of attacks by the United States and what bin Laden saw as bumbling within his own organisation and its terrorist allies.
The documents show dark days for al Qaida and its hunkered-down leader after years of attacks by the United States and what bin Laden saw as bumbling within his own organisation and its terrorist allies.