Bin Laden Successor

May 14, 2011 by staff 

Bin Laden SuccessorBin Laden Successor, Osama bin Laden made his will on December 14, 2001, while U.S. B-52 smashed al-Qaeda cave complex at Tora Bora. He urged the five women who accompany him on “the road full of thorns and mines” not to marry and raise their 22 children.

Regarding this last advice, did not recommend al-Qaeda as a future career. He wrote: “Forgive me for I have given just a little of my time since I answered the jihad call. I have taken the concerns of Muslims and their difficulties, bitterness, betrayal and treachery” This was typical of Osama-talk. Great, mournful and romantic self-image.

In the event, the will was not required until May 02 this year, when Bin Laden had his brief encounter with a seal of U.S. Navy Abbottabad in their dark home. Imagine his surprise that the mass murder carried risks, a view apparently shared by the Archbishop of Canterbury.

As expected, we are now hearing bin Laden branched breeding, increased to 24 in the interim decade – although we have heard very little about the three widows of the Navy Seals left in plastic handcuffs, one of whom was wounded in the leg and told by friends long wanted to “make history.” It is worrying that so-called “Prince of Terror,” 20-year-old son of Osama Hamza, is neither dead or arrested. There are fears that he was being groomed as a successor to bin Laden.

Even at the age of 16, appeared Hamza, imprecating serious threats against the West in a video made by his older brother’s friends wedding. He read the verses: “Accelerate the destruction of America, Britain, France and Denmark. Oh God, reward the fighters hitting the infidels and traitors. God be pleased with those who want to go for jihad – and blind those who see and want to capture “was the song that earned him his nickname Crown Prince.

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