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Osama’s will

Document implores wives not to re-marry, includes apology to children


 

A Kuwaiti newspaper has obtained what it claims is Osama bin Laden’s will, written December 14, 2001, when he was on the run from the U.S. in Afghanistan. In the will, bin Laden takes credit for most of his achievements in terrorism, culminating in the 9/11 attacks. He also orders his wives not to re-marry after he’s dead. Perhaps surprisingly, he admonishes his children not to join al-Qaeda or join “the front” in the war against the West. Instead he “expresses regret to his children” for not having spent enough time with them because he was too busy working at his jihad job.

The Guardian


 
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Osama’s will

  1. I thought he will have 72 virgins waiting, isn't that enough? Why forbid his widows from finally having a life? What a loser!

  2. May they all remarry and live happily wearing Western dresses and cosmetics. The same for his daughters (and sons, too).

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