Usama bin Laden


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Noun1.Usama bin Laden - Arab terrorist who established al-Qaeda (born in 1957)Usama bin Laden - Arab terrorist who established al-Qaeda (born in 1957)
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He did not meet AQC's founding leader Usama bin Laden.
Fox News has not been contacted by the Department of Defense or any other government agency expressing concern about The Man Who Killed Usama Bin Laden special and we have every intention of airing it as planned on November 11th and 12th," spokesperson Carly Shanahan told AFP.
He said, "contrary to what some think that the terrorist organizations, including al-Qaeda, are now weaker than before and that the world has become more secure after the killing of Usama Bin Laden, terrorism is still posing threats to the international peace and security.
Azmarai has also acted as a courier for al-Qa ida officials and has managed logistics for family members of senior al-Qa ida leadership, including Usama bin Laden.
Firmly committed to this plan, he found both inspiration and guidance in the online teachings of al-Qaeda leaders, including Usama Bin Laden," Lynch said in a statement announcing the unsealing of the complaint against Kaliebe.
New York, March 10 -- A top Al Qaeda spokesman, who is the son-in-law of Usama bin Laden, pleaded not guilty Friday in federal court to charges of conspiracy to kill Americans, touching off what could be lengthy legal proceedings as Republicans complained that such terror suspects don't belong in the civilian judicial system.
The US is not the target of a disinformation campaign by Usama Bin Laden," the daily brief of June 29 read, using the government's transliteration of Bin Laden's first name.
Ijaz, came out of his startling revelations that Clintons missed at least three self-styled diplomatic overtures by him to nab Usama Bin Laden from Sudan.
Additionally, AST's Facebook page posted a music video placing Trigui among two other illustrious "martyrs," Usama bin Laden and Abu Musab al-Zarqawi.
Officially the goals of the invasion of Afghanistan were to retaliate against Usama bin Laden and destroy al-Qaeda.
Usama Bin Laden was a violent product of the Cold War and the Age of Dictators in the Greater Middle East.
The announcement of the death of Sheikh Usama Bin Laden has also been accompanied today with a reminder of those who died on 9/11 in the twin towers in New York.