THE KIND OF BOOKS OSAMA BIN LADEN USED TO READ

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Osama Bin Laden had a fixation with the West and had dozens of books about conspiracy theories, America and the CIA.
Bin Laden’s bookcase was revealed by the US Director of National Intelligence who has released more than 100 items found at the head of al Qaeda’s secret hide out. US Navy SEALS seized the paperwork during the night-time raid in Abbottabad, where America’s most wanted terrorist was shot dead on May 2, 2011.
English-language books seized included “A BriefGuide to Understanding Islam,” “The Best Democracy Money Can Buy,” “Black Box Voting, Ballot Tampering in the 21st Century,” “The Rise and Fall of the Great Powers” and “Military Intelligence Blunders.
Osama Bin Laden had a fixation with the West and had dozens of books about conspiracy theories, America and the CIA. The terrorist also had cuttings of newspaper articles fromarticles about himself and further books on France and radical Islam.

Bin Laden’s bookcase was revealed by the US Director of National Intelligence who has released more than 100 items found at the head of al Qaeda’s secret hide out. US Navy SEALS seized the paperwork during the night-time raid in Abbottabad, where America’s most wanted terrorist was shot dead on May 2, 2011. English-language books seized included “A BriefGuide to Understanding Islam,” “The Best Democracy Money Can Buy,” “Black Box Voting, Ballot Tampering in the 21st Century,” “The Rise and Fall of the Great Powers” and “Military
Intelligence Blunders.” Othersincluded “Bloodlines of the Illuminati” by Fritz Springmeier and “Necessary Illusions: Thought Control in Democratic Societies’ by Noam Chomsky. Many of the books were mainstream history publications looking at conflicts, such as Vietnam, that caused the United States problems.
There are two works by Bin Laden’s early mentor, Abdullah Azzam – “The Defense of Muslim Lands” and “Join the Caravan” – about jihad. There are two works by Bin Laden’s early mentor, Abdullah Azzam – “The Defense of Muslim Lands” and “Join the Caravan” – about jihad. There were also copies of many American media articles, including “Is al-Qaeda Just Bush’s Boogeyman?”fromthe Los Angeles Times in January 2005, and a piece in Newsweek magazine “on hawks and doves on Iraq within the Bush Administration.” Also on ‘Bin Laden’s bookshelf’ were a collection of 19 books and think pieces about France – including a defence report from Association of the United States Army’s Institute of Land Warfare looking at the strengths of both British and French armed forces. He also seemingly read Secrets of the Federal Reserve – a book written by a white supremacist and holocaust denier. Bin Laden owned copies of New Pearl Harbor: Disturbing Questions about the Bush Administration and 9/11 by David Ray Griffin,as well as a printout of a website article entitled Website Claims Steve Jackson Games Foretold9/11.
Bizarrely, the terrorist leader also had a document detailing the hierarchy of the Church of England, though its significance is unknown. Also released was an Al-Qaeda application form and love letters to his wife. The SEALS also seized a huge digital collection of English language books – including several texts on 9/11 conspiracy theories. Among the most revealing of the items is an application form for potential jihadists to sign up to Al-Qaeda. Applicants must declare whether they are willing to participate in a suicide attack and are required to give next of kin details in the event they enter martyrdom. The documents also reveal Bin Laden continued to call formass-casualty attacks against American targets up to his death. In an undated letter he told jihadist militants in North Africa they should stop “insisting on the formation of an Islamic state” and instead attack U.S. embassies in Sierra Leone and Togo and American oil companies.

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