Osama bin Laden

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Noun1.Osama bin Laden - Arab terrorist who established al-Qaeda (born in 1957)Osama bin Laden - Arab terrorist who established al-Qaeda (born in 1957)
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Mr Bin Laden said: "It was a truly epic journey and this trip was about so much more than driving McLaren supercars, we wanted to capture on film and show the world just some of the amazing scenery and interesting stories Saudi Arabia has to offer".The journey which started in Riyadh then saw Faisal travel to Buraidah, Medina, Jeddah and Taif, which included driving along the breathtaking Al Hada road.The documentary entitled Saudi Epic is live on http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cgwXBbfL2wI
Mr bin Laden would have been imprisoned on remand, and then let go, compensated, granted asylum, housing benefits and jobseekers' allowance like all his fellow terror thugs in Londonistan.
The videos released by the Pentagon, found out inside the ill-fated compound, on Saturday do not reveal Mr Bin Laden in an inspiring form, as far as his followers are concerned - unless they are blinded by the loyalty to the sheik, of course.
"I think the validity of this tape should be subjected to scrutiny because we haven't heard from Mr Bin Laden for quite some time."
The launching ceremony at Djibouti Palace Kempinski was attended by Djibouti's Prime Minister Dileita Mohammed Dileita, Mr Bin Laden, international investors and about 100 journalists from around the world.
Mr Turabi was one of the Sudanese leaders who invited Mr Bin Laden to Khartoum in the mid-1990s, when Khartoum was a major base of operations for the terrorist network of al-Qaeda.
Having paid a high cost in blood and treasure and having embraced the wrong strategy for far too long, we stayed in the fight, proving that America was not the 'weak horse' Mr bin Laden believed it to be.
And it is a tragedy because if he was here right now, we'd be able to ask him: "So Mr bin Laden, what first attracted your 26-year-old eyes to the five-times-married, 51-year-old, multiple sclerosis-suffering grandmother with a British passport?"
The comparisons made at the time were with Guy Fawkes, the closest contemporary equivalent of Mr Bin Laden.
The people of this country are outraged by the visit of George Bush - but not, as Ms McKeown put it, for fear of Al Qaeda and Mr Bin Laden unleashing untold destruction on Ireland for being friends to the Americans.
As for Mr Bin Laden and Mr Hussein, they too are on their holidays but aren't sending too many postcards.
The measures ban the provision of weapons to Mr bin Laden and the two groups, a freeze on their funds and a ban on travel by them into or through EU Member State territory.