IndiaOsama bin Laden Terrorist attack planned by after 9/11 attacks

Osama bin Laden Terrorist attack planned by after 9/11 attacks

It has been revealed that Osama bin Laden's plan is to unleash multiple terrorist attacks on the people of the world, such as derailing trains and destroying oil tankers.

It has been revealed that Osama bin Laden’s plan is to unleash multiple terrorist attacks on the people of the world, such as derailing trains and destroying oil tankers.

It has been revealed that Osama bin Laden, an international terrorist, is planning a second attack on the United States in the aftermath of the tragic 9/11 terrorist attacks that killed more than 3,000 people in 2001.

After killing Osama bin Laden, the operatives seized the papers from the place where he was hiding. Many startling information came to light.

A number of things have now come to light, such as attacking targets and derailing the railways by removing 40 feet of track on the tracks.

The documents revealed that bin Laden had ordered his supporters to cut off 12 meters from the US railroad tracks to kill hundreds of people.

After bin Laden’s assassination in 2011, the US Navy SEALs found and classified documents documenting how then – Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden supported the use of private chartered jets instead of passenger planes to carry out a series of attacks after 9/11.

According to leaked documents, the al-Qaeda leader hoped that US citizens would take to the streets and pressurize their government to expel Muslims from the country.

Nellie Lahoud, an al-Qaeda-linked researcher, examined thousands of Osama bin Laden’s personal letters and notes taken from US naval seals in Pakistan 11 years ago.

Nellie Lahoud said Osama bin Laden was “shocked” by the way the US had attacked his hideout in Afghanistan.

In 2010, Osama planned another attack on the Middle East and Africa, this time targeting several crude oil tankers and significant traffic jams.

It has been revealed that Osama taught his subordinates how to impersonate fishermen in port districts and where to find boats that can avoid radar.

But as the United States has been busy finding Osama bin Laden, it has been revealed that Osama has not contacted his allies for three years.

Following the death of Osama bin Laden, Ayman al-Zawahiri, Osama’s second-in-command, is in charge of al – Qaeda.

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