Osama bin Laden Life and death      

On May 1, US troops conducted an operation in Abbottabad and reported that Osama bin Laden had been killed and his body taken away.

On May 1, US troops conducted an operation in Abbottabad and reported that Osama bin Laden had been killed and his body taken away.

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It was 1991 when 300,000 US troops first landed on Saudi soil during the Gulf War. Iraq was secretly invited to occupy Kuwait with a plan fought under the code-named Operation Desert Shield. It was like a trap in which Saddam Hussein was trapped. In August 1990, the Iraqi army invaded and occupied Kuwait. First, economic sanctions were immediately imposed on Iraq through the UN Security Council, and then a 35-nation US-led military alliance was formed. It was the largest military alliance since World War II. Britain, France, Germany and other European countries were urged to send troops to the site. Kuwait and Saudi Arabia paid 32 billion dollars in the war. Osama bin Laden called the move of 300,000 American troops on Saudi soil an insult. Until now, bin Laden was a citizen of Saudi Arabia and was there. Earlier, in the 1980s, Osama bin Laden left all his family wealth and luxury life at the instigation of the famous Arab cleric Sheikh Abdullah Azzam and came to Afghanistan for jihad. At the time, he was known in the United States as a war hero. After the defeat of Russia by the Mujahideen, when the leadership of the Mujahideen clashed in Afghanistan, Osama bin Laden returned to Saudi Arabia disappointed. Meanwhile, Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait. The invasion and occupation of Kuwait was a US ploy to gain access to the Gulf, as Iraq’s aggression was seen by Gulf Arab states as a threat to its security. So, at the invitation of King Fahd, America entered the Holy Land.

Osama bin Laden strongly opposed the arrival of US troops. King Fahd suggested that an Islamic force be formed to deal with the threats in Iraq, but Fahd ignored the advice and appealed to the Americans for help, leading to bitterness between the royal family and Osama bin Laden. Osama bin Laden had to leave his country and go to Sudan. Saudi Arabia also revoked the citizenship of Osama bin Laden. Osama bin Laden also mobilized Arab youth in Sudan, as well as liaising with Islamic movements around the world. The Sudanese government was under intense US pressure over Osama bin Laden’s presence in Sudan. Meanwhile, the Taliban gained a foothold in 60 percent of Afghanistan and succeeded in establishing a stable government. Osama moved to Afghanistan, where he was granted official asylum in the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan by Taliban leader Mullah Mohammad Omar. Now Osama has reorganized his organization al-Qaeda. In 1997, US President Bill Clinton began pressuring the Taliban to hand over Osama bin Laden, but the Taliban refused to yield to any US pressure and refused to extradite their guest to the United States. In 1998, the United States launched cruise missile attacks on Afghanistan and Sudan. It claimed that the attacks were aimed at targeting Osama bin Laden’s camp and killing Osama bin Laden, but that the attacks made Osama bin Laden very popular and he was known as the only opponent of US aggression.

Just one hour after 9/11, known as 9/11, the United States blamed Osama bin Laden, thousands of miles away. Osama bin Laden categorically denied involvement in the incident. The United States successfully tried to garner worldwide sympathy for the incident, and within a month, with the approval of the United Nations, 40 other countries joined forces to invade Afghanistan, the worlds weakest and most backward country. However, not a single Afghan citizen was admitted to being involved in the 9/11 attacks. Despite carpet bombings and destruction in Afghanistan, the US government has not been able to capture or kill Osama bin Laden. Like the life of Osama bin Laden, death remained a mystery to the whole world. Eventually, the US government decided to unravel the mystery. On May 1, US troops conducted an operation in Abbottabad and reported that Osama bin Laden had been killed and his body taken away. Osama bin Laden’s body was announced to be dumped in the sea, but the picture of Osama bin Laden’s body never came to light. Seymour Hersh, a well-known American journalist, expressed doubts about Osama’s death in the attack, saying that the American record was based on lies. According to Seymour Hersh, the Abbottabad operation was carried out with the consent and prior approval of the Army and ISI. At that time, the army chief was Ashfaq Parvez Kayani and the ISI chief was Shuja Pasha. According to Seymour Hersh, the two did not have the courage to confess in public, while then-Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani and President Asif Ali Zardari were not happy about the operation. They were congratulating each other and US officials. Seymour Hersh had a lot to say. The first is that if Kayani and Pasha were really unaware of the one-hour operation, it was very dangerous, and even if they did know, Kayani was content to just hang up the phone. Didn’t order the air force to move? Then what was the purpose of the blackout in this area of ​​Abbottabad? These questions are such that neither the Pakistani nation nor the independent media could find the answer. There are more questions, especially about 9/11, for which no one has the courage to seek answers. For example, in 9/11, a plane collided with two towers, but the third tower was also destroyed, although no plane collided with it. Experts say the official statement that the third tower collapsed due to fire is incorrect. This tower was made of steel frame and it is the first building with steel frame in the world which collapsed due to fire. No plane or passenger remains were found at the crash site.

The American statement is that as soon as the plane crashed, everything evaporated, although this has never happened in history. US Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld admitted on September 10, 2001 that there was a 23 2.3 trillion scam in the defense budget that could not be traced. The next morning, the plane crashed into the exact same part of the Pentagon building where the budget analyst’s offices were located. The plane was 38 meters wide from one wing to the other, but the hole in the Pentagon building after the collision was only 6 meters wide. It was also a strange coincidence that the Pentagon was playing a war game when the hijacked planes were about to hit their targets, causing air traffic controllers to err on their radar screens. These two coincidences of history are astonishing that the Pakistani radar could not see the American planes attacking Abbottabad and the American radar could not see the hijacked planes on the day of 9/11.


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