A collection of supposedly confidential documents, which was recently been made public, revealed some striking facts about Al Qaeda’s fallen leader, Osama Bin Laden.
On May 2, 2011, a team of US Navy Seals launched a raid in a secluded area in Pakistan with a classified mission to capture the world’s most feared terrorist leader, Bin Laden, the CNN reported. The covert mission was carried out successfully, but that’s just basically what the whole world knows.
Just recently, the USA Today reported that apart from the death of Bin Laden, the mission also led to the recovery of some highly classified documents that contain the final thoughts that Bin Laden was thinking in the final days of his life. The document revealed some interesting things that were going on in the mind of the person responsible for the horrible 9/11 terrorist attacks in New York.
Here are the top 3 fascinating things the recovered documents revealed about the feared terrorist:
Leaves Wealth to Fund Jihad
As if aware of his eventual death, the infamous jihadist wrote a handwritten will instructing all his surviving relatives to use most of his riches, roughly amounting to $29 million, to fund jihad movements.
“I hope for my brothers, sisters and maternal aunts to obey my will and to spend all the money that I have left in Sudan on jihad, for the sake of Allah,” Bin Laden wrote on his will as reported by the USA Today.
Fears Being Tracked
It’s not a new thing that terrorists, as big as Bin Laden, to fear that the world is after him. In one part of the recovered documents, it was revealed that Bin Laden expressed his worry that one of his wives might have been carrying a tracker after she paid a visit to her dentist. He constantly thought that a tracking device was implanted in one of her teeth.
Terribly Misses his 3rd Wife
Despite being a notorious terrorist and extremist, Bin Laden is a human after all. In fact, the recovered documents revealed something about his private life. It showed that Bin Laden desperately and terribly wants to see his third wife; the same wife, whom she feared was carrying a tracking device after visiting a dentist.