Osama Bin Laden
This day in 2011: When a Pakistani Twitter user live-tweeted the raid that killed Osama Bin Laden without knowing what he was doing
On May 2, 2011, when Osama Bin Laden was killed, a Pakistani Twitter user had live-tweeted the raid 'unknowingly'.
Terror org Al-Qaeda chief recites poem for burqa-clad protestor during Karnataka hijab row, incites Indian Muslims to take to violence
In the video titled "The Noble Woman of India", which carried an infographic depicting Muskan Zainab Khan, Zawahiri recited and dedicated a poem he had composed to praise Khan.
‘World was in darkness, Islam brought the light, 9/11 was Osama’s great achievement’: UPSC coach instructing students in class
After Vision IAS, videos of IQRA IAS's faculty teaching about Islam and its benefits went viral on social media.
Did you know? Osama bin Laden may have gotten the name ‘Al-Qaeda’ from Isaac Asimov’s pathbreaking Sci-Fi saga ‘Foundation’
Scientist Dmitri Gusev argued that Osama bin Laden not only borrowed the name of the book 'Foundation' but the plot of the classic as well.
Al Qaeda leadr Amin-ul-Haq was the security in charge of Osama bin Laden in Tora Bora, has returned to Afghanistan.
‘No proof of Osama Bin Laden’s role in 9/11, USA used it as an excuse to attack Afghanistan’: Taliban
“We respect women, they are our sisters.," said the Taliban spokesperson when asked about women and their rights in Afghanistan.
Osama bin Laden believed Joe Biden would be an ‘incompetent’ president and lead US into crisis, barred Al Qaeda from assassinating him
Osama bin Laden told his followers he has no plans to assassinate Joe Biden because he was "totally unprepared" to lead USA.
The Afghan war, the roots of the chaos, and the evolution of the world’s deadliest network of Islamic terror: How did it all start?
At first, Afghans backed the Taliban by giving them a chance. For Afghans, who had witnessed a long war, the Taliban promised two things. First, security to Afghans and secondly, a truce among mujahideen groups that continued to fight to control Afghan lands.
Osama Bin Laden’s niece Noor Bin Ladin flies ‘Trump won’ banner in Geneva to protest Biden-Putin summit, calls Biden a ‘senile pedo’
Noor Bin Ladin claimed she was attacked more for supporting Trump than being linked to Osama Bin Laden.
‘Osama’ the crocodile from Uganda ate over 80 people prior to its capture in 2005: Read what happened
Following the capture of Osama, the locals in the Luganga village believed that the man-eater got away too lightly.