Years after the death of one of the most notorious terrorist leaders, Osama Bin Laden, new documents, videos have revealed that the Islamist terrorist leader urged his followers to remain focused on the US attack.
According to BBC News, the United States have only recently published a ton of information found at the al-Qaeda leader’s house in Abbottabad, Pakistan on the day he was killed.
The information include, an application form for those seeking to work with al-Qaeda, a love letter to one of his wives, and correspondence with his lieutenants al written in Arabic.
Among them were books on economic and military theory written in English Language. In one of such correspondence, Bin Laden instructed one of many deputies to tell “our brothers” to remain focused in the fight against the Americans.
According to Bin Laden, their “job is to uproot the obnoxious tree by concentrating on its American trunk, and to avoid being occupied with the local security forces.”
A rigorous review had reportedly taken place in the Office of the Director of National Intelligence before the release of the documents. The documents totaled about 103 in all including papers and videos, quite a number of translated letters, notes and other material with precise details of al-Qaeda operations.
There was a document listed as ‘suicide prevention guide’ along with Bob Woodward’s Obama’s Wars and some video game guide.
In a video letter to one of his wives, he says: “Know that you do fill my heart with love, beautiful memories, and your long-suffering of tense situations in order to appease me and be kind to me.”