It was never about Osama bin Laden or Khalid Sheik Muhammad or Abū Bakr al-Baghdadi or any of the thousands of devout Muslim militias, terror groups or the millions of Muslims who support jihad. It’s not about any one man or any one Islamic group. It’s Islam. Period. And until we get a grip on that, the West will continue to lose this war on our freedoms.
Osama bin Laden’s son Hamza is poised to lead a stronger, larger al Qaeda and is “bent on avenging” his father’s death, according to a former FBI agent familiar with the personal letters seized in a dramatic US raid that killed the al Qaeda leader in Pakistan’s Abbottabad.
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Bin Laden son’s chilling video threat to the West as he encourages Muslim extremists to launch lone-wolf attacks
- Hamza Bin Laden, now 28, told his followers to go on suicide missions in the clip
- He said jihadis should go for ‘the jugular of the enemy’ in the chilling video
- The son of Osama is now positioning himself as the next leader of Al Qaeda
By Omar Wahid For The Mail On Sunday,13 May 2017:
Osama Bin Laden’s son encouraged Muslim extremists to launch lone-wolf attacks against the West in a chilling video released last night.
In the ten-minute footage, Hamza Bin Laden urges his followers to embark on suicide missions that cause most damage and go for ‘the jugular of the enemy’.
Bin Laden relays his message in Arabic with English subtitles, declaring: ‘This is advice for anyone who intends to carry out a martyrdom operation.’
As he speaks, the video shows pictures of terrorists who have launched successful attacks in the West.
Bin Laden, who is thought to be 28, goes on: ‘Be perfect in your choice of targets, so that you may damage your enemies more.
‘If you are able to pick a firearm, well and good; if not, the options are many.’
And he adds: ‘Take lead in inflicting losses, attacking the jugular of the enemy and hitting its joints.’
Hamza Bin Laden is believed to be positioning himself as the new leader of Al Qaeda, challenging Ayman al-Zawahiri, who took over the terror group following the killing of Osama Bin Laden by US Navy Seals at a compound in Pakistan in 2011.
Terrorism expert Professor Anthony Glees said: ‘The threat from this video is extremely serious.’