United States Navy Seals assassinated Osama Bin Laden in Pakistan on May 2, 2011. This raid resulted in the deaths of five persons. Osama Bin Laden and his son Khalid, bin Laden’s courier, Abu Ahmed al- Kuwait, Al- Kuwait brother Abrar, and his wife were among those arrested. The late al-Qaeda leader is most known for masterminding the September 11 terrorist attacks. Over 3000 individuals were killed in this attack....CONTINUE READING THE FULL ARTICLE>>>

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The house was constructed in 2005 on a plot of land about 3500 square meters. The house’s perimeter wall was 3.7 to 5.5 meters high and reinforced with barbed wire on top. Aerial images revealed multiple satellite dishes, as well as several security cameras installed around the residence. In addition, the house lacked phones and Internet connections.

The facility was less than 100 kilometers from Pakistan’s capital city and near the Pakistan military academy. The compound also included a grazing area with a Buffalo and a cow, as well as a deep well for water. There was also a garden, which was planted with cabbages and potatoes.

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The late Osama bin Laden may have moved into the home on January 6, 2006, according to intelligence reports. After being on the run for over ten years, his family chose to settle down, and this was his final hiding location.

In February 2012, the Pakistani government bulldozed the house. This was primarily done to prevent Al-Qaeda members from turning it into a neo-Islamist shrine.

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Later, the government declared that an amusement park will be built in the compound. It was predicted that the entire project would cost roughly $30 million US dollars to complete..CONTINUE READING>>

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