Monday, May 9, 2011

U.S. says Bin Laden's house was the home base for Al Qaeda

While the U.S. president, Barack Obama, announced that the White House did not publish pictures of Osama Bin Laden dead, did not say he would not Al Qaeda leader alive. Thus, the Department of Defense has shown five videos of the terrorist who died in the Pakistani town of Abbottabad in the hands of U.S.

troops in which you can see pictures of their daily life, propaganda of a terrorist group and how he went over the recordings. The videos were seized by the SEALS who killed Bin Laden and they can see how Bin Laden was living in Pakistan. It adds this information, the image that give the leader of Al Qaeda is someone obsessed with his image and that was represented in the world.

However, have been shown without sound as the government considered "inappropriate" to spread the word terrorist. For the CIA director, Leon Panetta, "the importance of hunting the leader of Al Qaeda" is justified by the large number of documents seized in the raid. "The documents found at the home show how important it was for us to go after Bin Laden," said Panetta.

According to an intelligence officer, is "the largest collection" of material on terrorist ever obtained. It also insists that the information obtained shows that played an important role in the bombing of Al Qaeda in Yemen and Somalia, while the house of Abbottabad qualifies as the "base" of Al Qaeda and Bin Laden remained "the control strategic and operational "organization.

The first video is a recorded message to the American people from 9 October to 5 November 2010. In it, sits on the floor with a gold dress, beard dyed black and blue. Although no audio, reportedly condemned the U.S. policy and capitalism.

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