But unbeknown to many, Bin Laden
also appeared to have a penchant for virtual gaming and pop culture, as his trove was filled with video games, movies, viral YouTube videos and anime.
Hamza bin Laden
has been active with the jihadi group by sending out audio messages to supporters.
Written in Arabic on a single piece of lined paper, the signed will states bin Laden
had about $29 million in Sudan, and that much of it had come from his brother.
Al-Azhar's Grand Imam Ahmed Al-Tayyeb made phones call to deliver his condolences to Bakr bin Laden
, chairman of the giant Saudi Binladen Group, and step-brother of the former head of Al-Qaeda Osama bin Laden
, and his brothers Khaled and Saleh bin Laden
In a letter dated 5 May, 2015, addressed to senior members of the Bin Laden
family - and now in circulation within the region's construction industry - SBG's president stated his intention to entrust his foremost duties to director, Saleh Mohammed Bin Laden
After the 9/11 attacks shook the world, a rumor had spread through Brazil that Laden
was hiding in plain sight in Sao Paulo, which was bad news for his lookalike Fernandes, Fusion.
The Kuwaiti-born imam, who married bin Laden
's daughter Fatima, told the Federal Court in Manhattan he first met bin Laden
in June 2001.
The report "contains a treasure trove of information" on the hunt for bin Laden
, the newspaper said.
The book also claims that Pakistan army chief general Ashfaq Pervez Kayani may have been briefed by the United States on its operation to kill Osama bin Laden
, some five months in advance.
I plan to release a statement that we are starting a new phase to correct [the mistakes] we made," bin Laden
wrote in 2010.
I plan to release a statement that we are starting a new phase to correct (the mistakes) we made," bin Laden
wrote in 2010.
adviser Adam Gadahn had urged him to dissociate their organisation from the acts of al Qaida's spin-off operation in Iraq, known as AQI, and bin Laden
told other terrorist groups not to repeat AQI's mistakes.
ISLAMABAD -- Contrary to the perception that Osama bin Laden
lived in seclusion for nearly five years in Pakistan's Abbottabad, he travelled to the restive Waziristan region to attend a dinner about a year before he was killed.
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Tuesday, STV, 9pm Marking the first anniversary of the capture and death of the world's most wanted man, STV deliver two hours of interviews with CIA chiefs, FBI agents and military leaders - all revealing how the man responsible for 9/11 met his maker.
But even those few documents shown to me by a senior Obama administration official give a sense of how bin Laden
looked at the world in the years before his death.