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bin La·den

(bĭn lä′dən), Osama or Usama Born 1957.
Saudi Arabian-born leader of al-Qaeda who established training camps in Sudan and later Afghanistan where Islamist militants were trained to carry out attacks to disrupt the economies and influence of Western nations.

bin Laden

(ˌbɪnˈlɑːdən)
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(Biography) Osama (əʊˈsɑːmə). 1957–2011, Saudi-born leader of the al-Qaida terrorist network: presumed architect of the terrorist attacks on New York and Washington of September 11 2001. Killed by US Special Forces in Abbottabad, Pakistan
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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.
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.
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.
However, another member of the secretive SEAL Team 6, which executed the bin Laden raid, claimed that the story of the Shooter as presented in Esquire is false, reports the CNN.
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.
Standing before them was none other than Osama bin Laden, the most wanted man in the world," the report said.
This was the lion in winter: Bin Laden was hidden in a compound in Abbottabad pacing in his courtyard, watching television, dictating messages to his wives.