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Bin Laden’s Home Video Released by US

The Pentagon has released home videos of Osama Bin Laden, seized at the secret Pakistani compound where he was shot dead by US commandos.

At a news briefing in Washington, intelligence officials said Bin Laden had been actively leading al-Qaeda from the compound in Abbottabad.

Five videos seized during Monday’s raid have been released.


In the first video, Bin Laden is shown wearing a white skullcap and shirt and a golden robe. He speaks to the camera in the style of previous video addresses by the al-Qaeda leader.

Pentagon officials have removed audio from the film, citing security concerns, but said it was a message to the United States.

Three other clips appear to be rehearsals for the video message, says the BBC’s Jonny Dymond in Washington.

It is the first such film to emerge since al-Qaeda released a video address from Bin Laden in 2007, says our correspondent.

In another of the videos, Bin Laden is shown watching a programme about himself on Arabic language television.

He is shown sitting on the floor wrapped in what looks like a blanket or a coat, holding a remote control.

As he watches TV he strokes his beard, which appears much greyer than in the other videos.

In one scene, he watches a programme showing an image of himself superimposed on a picture of the World Trade Center in flames after it was hit by hijacked planes.

There is nothing in the videos to place Bin Laden in the compound where he was killed.

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Osama Bin Laden ‘planned 9/11 anniversary train attack’

Investigators are combing through material found within the compound

Documents found at Osama Bin Laden’s Pakistan home suggest he was planning new attacks on the US, including on the 9/11 anniversary, US reports say.

One plan aimed toA resident walks past Osama Bin Laden's compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan target a US rail route, the reports said, although no imminent threat was detected.

Officials are examining computers, DVDs and documents seized from the Abbottabad home where they believe Bin Laden hid for up to six years.

President Obama is due to meet some of the troops involved in the operation.

He will hold private meetings on Friday at Fort Campbell, Kentucky, with at least some of the Navy Seals who took part in the raid.

On Thursday, the president visited the site of the attack of 11 September 2001 in New York, laying a wreath in memory of the nearly 3,000 victims who died at Ground Zero, and speaking to relatives at the site.

He told victims’ families that justice had now been done, but that America “would never forget”.

Derail plan

Bin Laden, the al-Qaeda leader who had been top of the US most wanted list since the attacks on New York and Washington in 2001, was killed by US special forces in northern Pakistan on Monday.

His body was then buried at sea from a US aircraft carrier.

The US president carries a wreath during a ceremony at Ground Zero, in New York (5 May 2011)Mr Obama also visited a New York fire department office during the trip

Information about the apparent plans unearthed in Pakistan was contained in a joint FBI and Homeland Security bulletin, the Associated Press said.

The bulletin, circulated to law enforcement officials, said the idea to tamper with an unspecified US railway track was found in handwritten notes taken from Bin Laden’s compound.

According to the bulletin al-Qaeda operatives planned to derail a train so that it would plunge into a valley, or from a bridge, AP reported.

“While it is clear that there was some level of planning for this type of operation in February 2010, we have no recent information to indicate an active ongoing plot to target transportation and no information on possible locations or specific targets,” the warning read.

One intelligence official said the notes revealed the ambition to hit the US with large-scale attacks in major cities and on key dates such as anniversaries and holidays.

‘Continued to plot’

One unnamed US official told the New York Times the documents revealed that Bin Laden was not merely a figurehead for al-Qaeda sympathisers worldwide.

“He continued to plot and plan, to come up with ideas about targets, and to communicate those ideas to other senior [al-]Qaeda leaders,” the newspaper quotes the official as saying.

Meanwhile, further details have emerged about Bin Laden’s life in the Abbottabad compound and the exact sequence of events that lead to his death.

A senior Pakistani military official said one of Bin Laden’s wives told investigators she had been living in the compound for five years, along with her husband.

New reports of the raid appear to contradict earlier information about the raid.

White House counter-terrorism adviser John Brennan had originally suggested that Bin Laden was among those who was armed within the compound.

Early accounts of Sunday night’s raid had suggested a lengthy exchange of fire throughout the 40-minute operation.

But US officials now say that only one person fired on the US special forces.

He is believed to have been Bin Laden’s courier, Abu Ahmed al-Kuwaiti, who was killed at the start of the raid.

Critics have raised concerns about the legality of the operation after the US revised its account to acknowledge Bin Laden was unarmed when shot dead.

However, the US has maintained that Bin Laden was a lawful military target whose killing was “an act of national self-defence”.

The US raid against Osama Bin Laden was launched after months of CIA surveillance from a safe house in Abbottabad, the Washington Post reported on Friday.

Citing unnamed officials, the newspaper said the CIA’s operation used satellite imagery and attempted to record voices inside the compound, but was stood down before the military operation was eventually launched.

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Osama’s death confirmed by Al-Queda

As post posted on Jihadist Internet Forum, the death of Al-Queda’s founder Late. Osama Bin Laden is the fact. It has approved the death of Bin Laden by US-operation in his apartment at Abbotabad, Pakistan.

The post also states the anger and revengeful opinion of Al-Queda’s against US and it’s supporting countries. Stating the “blood of Laden will not be wasted”, challenges have been given to attack US regularly and its allies.

The US-operation held in Pakistan without prior information to Pakistan’s authorities has created rivalry between

Anti US protest in Pakistan

Anti US protest in Pakistan

these hostile countries.Several rallies and street protest were launched in Pakistan against USA and it’s operation in Pakistan.


The statement published on jihadist web forums, signed by “the general leadership” of al-Qaeda, said an audiotape would be released of Bin Laden speaking a week before his death.

“[His blood] will remain, with permission from Allah, the Almighty, a curse that chases the Americans and their agents, and goes after them inside and outside their countries,” it warned.

“Their happiness will turn into sorrow, and their blood will be mixed with their tears. We call upon our Muslim people in Pakistan, on whose land Sheikh Osama was killed, to rise up and revolt.”

The release of a statement from “the general leadership” of al-Qaeda may do something to undermine the conspiracy theories circulating in some quarters that Osama Bin Laden is not dead.

However, there will no doubt be some for whom even this will not be enough, who will argue it is not definitive proof.

The message is also a means for al-Qaeda to stress that it remains in business and is committed to continuing its former leader’s work.

The US is attempting to exploit the death of Bin Laden to undermine the organisation. It is using intelligence retrieved from his compound to go after others, and trying to undermine the mythology surrounding the al-Qaeda leader to weaken the morale of his supporters.

The statement also opens the way for al-Qaeda to name a successor. Ayman al-Zawahiri is one possibility although he is believed to be a divisive figure.

Correspondents say many Pakistanis are angry at what they see as a US infringement of their country’s sovereignty.

They are also critical of Pakistan’s government for allowing the commando operation to happen, although officials deny they were told.

Hundreds of people gathered in central Abbottabad following Friday prayers. They set fire to tyres, blocked a main road and shouted “Down, down USA!” and “terrorist, terrorist, USA terrorist”.

Anti-American sentiment also appeared to be high at a similar protest in the south-western city of Quetta, the capital of Baluchistan province.

However, a BBC correspondent in Rawalpindi says the anti-US protest there was much smaller than expected with about 50 people turning up.

Monday’s helicopter-borne raid by US special forces has further strained relations between the US and Pakistan.

On Thursday, Pakistani military leaders warned they would review co-operation with the US if there were any more unilateral raids.

Officials also admitted “shortcomings” for failing to locate Bin Laden in a compound that was in a suburb of Abbottabad about a kilometre from the Pakistan Military Academy, and said an investigation would be launched. The Al-Qaeda statement said an audiotape of Bin Laden recorded before his death would be released

Meanwhile, reports from the US says documents found at Osama Bin Laden’s compound suggest he was planning further attacks on the US, including on the 10th anniversary of 11 September 2001.

One plan was to target a US rail route, officials said, although no imminent threat was detected.

Officials are examining computers, DVDs, hard-drives and documents seized from the compound where Bin Laden is believed to have been hiding for about six years.

One of Bin Laden’s wives being interrogated by Pakistani security officials said she had never left the upper floors of the compound the entire time she was there.

She and Bin Laden’s other two wives were taken into custody following Monday’s raid.

Pakistani authorities are also holding eight or nine children who were found there, but it is not clear how many of them are Bin Laden’s.

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New Us-attack plan by OSAMA

The document collected from the Laden’s compound during raid is being observed in detail from all the professionals. The computers, DVDs and files extracted from his apartment is  said to contain lots of plans, policies and strategies of Al-Queda to uproot the strength of USA over the world.

Osama Bin Laden

Osama Bin Laden

Making the anniversary day of 9/11 attack on New-York, a new plan of attacking US railway has been exposed from all around. Since, all the documents and strategies has been released after the demise of Osama Bin Laden, Al-Queda has to face lots of obstacle to withstand the pressure of US-Forces in the world.

Various judgement has been done, that this plan of attacking US again on the anniversary of 9/11 is going to be in vain. In contrast, some people still believe that Bin Laden had already made sufficient preparation of attack.

Anyway, the lives should not go on vain. The attack should not be inhumane. Humanity should be preserved and both America and Al-Queda must converse with each other so that the world can breath in the air of peace, security and bright tomorrow.

Stay connected for further updates of this issue later in the day….

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Where Osama was shot dead..

The room where Osama Bin Laden was shot dead was captured by various print media. You can browse those area and be familiar with the house on which Osama was killed on US-operation. His house and his room can is shown through the video addressed below:

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The world and Terrorism afterwards

bin laden and twin tower

Bin Laden and Twin Tower

After a decade long successful murder of Osama Bin Laden, several questions has been arose from all around the future of the world. The death of a person has been enough to create revolutionary feeling on terrorists of the world. The members of Taliwan and Al-Queda are roaming all round the world giving their revengeful speech threatening the peace, security and humanity in of the world.

The so called powerhouse of the world, USA, is not more unsecured after the demise of Bin Laden. It is because the death of a person is not the rehabilitation of the peace and security. Numerous supporters if Laden would arise in the world against the murderer of him. It is the fact that when a person dies in revolution thousands of people arise in the street for success.

Bin Laden who as also a civil engineer, has empowered Al-Queda’s with all the required infrastructures, technologies and manpowers so that in the days to come, it would be more powerful in the absence of him. His desire of defeating USA has been the vow and commitment of every members of not only Al-Queda but also of several others underground organizations.

In this critical situation, it is clever for USA to sit on chair for conversation and understandings. The root of terrorism which is strong itself should be uprooted that can’t be made through murder and fighting. So being a

American and Al-Queda

Say no to Terrorism

umbrella nation it must play a crucial role for the world peace and security.

This type of situation in the days to come if not improved may broke out into third world war but no civilized mind want this consequence. So, before the worse condition the perfect steps must be launched from all around. The fusion should be made between the world and terrorism by elimination all the anti-humane activities of terrorists. Then only we can talk about our future.

Otherwise, no one knows if there exists his/her future or not.

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Laden’s location on Pakistan

Abbotabad, a nearby place of Pakistan’s capital Islamabad was the compound of Al-Queda’s leader Osama Bin Laden. The location where he was shot can be traced out in the following pictures managed by Google…

Laden's location

Laden's apartment in Abbotabad

Laden's building

Laden's building

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World Security after Laden’s Demise

In the absence of Al-Quada’s leader Osama Bin Laden, it is not correct to say that the world is safer in the absence of him. Al-Quada which has been empowered by Osama is still running in several Islamic nation of the world which can’t be traced out by US-operation in very small period of time. After a decade, the successful mission of US-armies hasn’t proved their speed but their skill that often takes lots of time. This situation proves the clever behaviour of Al-Quada’s to make themselves hidden at any place of the world.

Osama Bin Laden
Osama Bin Laden (Leader. Al Quada)

Eventually, the nation related to America (USA), who are against the Al-Quada and expressing freely with enthusiam on the demise of Osama are sure to face many security challenges brought by Al-Quada’s and other such underground organizations. The so called success spoken by Obama isn’t sustainable. He had given a speech for a short time but in a long run, he and his nation has to bear many complex security issues.

The fact shows that Al-Quada isn’t a humane organization but is against the humanity and civilization, but whatever celebration was done on USA and other countries has driven themselves towards the black future of terrorism. It has obviously annoyed, the members of Al-Quada. So, at any time any where the world have to face a destruction and devastation, probably there can be the end of humanity, the civilization and the earth.

Not waiting for such situation!

May God bring the peaceful settlement of Osama in Heaven and mutual understanding among terrorists and all the citizens.

The lesson of humanity should be brought in practice from all around that at any cost should bring the peace not by killing, murdering and fighting but by mutual understanding, conversion and all other humane activities.

Wishing for the Bright future!

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Al-Queda’s Leader Osama Bin Laden dead – Obama

Al-Qaeda founder and leader Osama Bin Laden has been killed by US forces in Pakistan, President Obama has said.

Osama Bin Laden

The al-Qaeda leader was killed in a ground operation outside Islamabad based on US intelligence, the first lead for which emerged last August.

Mr Obama said after “a firefight”, US forces took possession of his body.

Bin Laden was accused of being behind a number of atrocities, including the attacks on New York and Washington on 11 September 2001.

He was top of the US “most wanted” list.

Mr Obama said it was “the most significant achievement to date in our nation’s effort to defeat al-Qaeda”.

The US has put its embassies around the world on alert, warning Americans of the possibility of al-Qaeda reprisal attacks for Bin Laden’s killing.

Crowds gathered outside the White House in Washington DC, chanting “USA, USA” after the news emerged.

Source : BBC

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