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The Long Shadow of 9-11

It’s inconceivable that Osama Bin Laden could have known the far reaching effects of the reprehensible events he masterminded on 9-11. He and his henchmen sought to ‘terrorize’ and take revenge on the United States, in the name of his god, Allah, for what they perceived to be our military mingling in the Middle East for years prior. 1,225 more words

Book: Looming Tower

The Looming Tower: Al Qaeda and the Road to 9/11

A gripping narrative that spans five decades, The Looming Tower explains in unprecedented detail the growth of Islamic fundamentalism, the rise of al-Qaeda, and the intelligence failures that culminated in the attacks on the World Trade Center.

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  • Bin Laden a thah a nih dan
  • Isi te’n bin laden an phatsan

May ni 2 zinglam dar 00:35 a lo rik chuanAbbottabad District chhunga Kakul khua-ah chuan kawlphetha eng a rawn thim vek a. 1,181 more words

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"Fueling terrorism": It's always "our" fault


There is always a narrative about “fueling” terrorism.

1950s-1960s Why is there terrorism
“Colonialism fuels terrorism

1970s Why is there terrorism? 662 more words

Pakistan refuses to release doctor who helped US find Osama bin Laden

A jailed Pakistani doctor believed to have helped the CIA hunt down al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden will be neither released nor handed to the United States, Pakistan’s law minister has told legislators, media reported on Wednesday. 404 more words


US Puts Bin Laden’s Son On Terror Blacklist

The United States added Hamza bin Laden, son and heir of the late global jihadist leader Osama bin Laden, to its terrorist blacklist on Thursday. 182 more words


Bin Laden family's private jet was going too fast when it crashed in Surrey

A private jet carrying members of Osama bin Laden’s family crashed in Surrey because it was travelling too fast, an investigation has concluded.

Bin Laden’s stepmother, her daughter, and another relative were all killed in the crash when the jet landed too far down the runway on July 31 last year. 465 more words