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tv   I Knew Bin Laden 2011 Episode 2  Al Jazeera  May 4, 2018 3:00pm-3:58pm +03

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peter dobby in doha with a quick recap of all your top stories here on al-jazeera let's just show you some live pictures coming to us out of the gaza israel border because palestinians are gathering there near the israeli fencing gaza for the sixth friday of protests each week the israeli military has fired on the groups forty one people have been killed so far they're calling for palestinians to be allowed to return to villages where their families once lived which are now in israel we're being told that what you're looking at right now is the dispersement of tear gas that's being fired by the is really security forces and also the aftermath of tires being burnt as well by the palestinian protesters it seems to be gently escalating into something more significant than it was even just
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a couple of hours ago our correspondents are a force it is their harry just just take us through what you're seeing from your vantage point. well here we're up here on top of a sort of an earth berm several hundred meters away from the fence and in the last few minutes it seems a repeat to some extent least of what happened last friday took place directly to my right here is where most of the process of being and they've assembled last week we saw a group of protesters several hundred break away and head further south down the border to try to rush the fence again there was a sizable group of protesters who one stage peeled away headed down towards the border fence you can see the remnants of the tear gas there as well as the tear gas there were live rounds that we could hear from here as well we're hearing that the number of injured in five different locations up and down the border fence is more than ten now mixture of tear gas and live fire injuries we're hearing and so for
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now at least things seem to have calmed down from from their height maybe ten minutes ago but this is kind of what we're expecting to see this friday where the israeli forces in relation to what we're discussing right now. well the main sort of agglomeration of israeli forces are directly sort of perpendicular to where the camera is pointed to my right that is where the main kind of face off has been over recent weeks between protesters approaching the fence and israeli soldiers using loudhailers to start with then tear gas then live ammunition have been trying to move them away and indeed shooting injuring indeed killing people from those positions again as we saw last friday it seems they tried the protesters to mass at a point further south of that where there is less of an israeli presence we saw
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jeeps racing down there again to try to head off that that maneuver and for now it seems that they have managed to push back from the fence. the protesters who gathered there. and can we confirm as well harry that the israeli security forces are firing the tear gas and the palestinian protesters are burning the tires. yes that's right the tires went in maybe forty five minutes ago or so this is the usual pattern of these protests. with a lot of planning as to where to burn these tires they're there to offer some sort of screening to the protesters who are trying to approach the border fence area and so this is that the part which emerges the tires are burnt although it does seem to be fewer tires this time around than in previous protests and we've seen many many barrages of tear gas fired in response in just ten or ten or twenty meters from where i'm standing is where the most recent i was fired into so they're firing
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a long way into gaza territory now to try and disperse what just took place there in a really hurry just interrupt very briefly to get the feeling it's going to get worse between now and the next day i don't know if it's going to get worse between now and then but certainly on that day itself we are expecting a very big protest and that is what's a lot of people are worried about in terms of the potential for a few casualties and the potential for escalation from that so that is the that is the big moment that these protests are all building towards perry thanks very much .
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some of bin ladin the world's most wanted man until his death in may two thousand and eleven. over the years al-jazeera is bureau chief in islamabad with a comment said dan has interviewed numerous people who met bin laden and his associates. this is the story of bin laden through their eyes. in may nine hundred ninety eight some of bin laden and his associates held a press conference calling for the killing of americans. several months later bomb attacks on the u.s. embassies in kenya and tanzania killed twelve americans and almost three hundred africans. in response the united states launched cruise missiles against sites in
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sudan and afghanistan believed to be linked to bin laden. just before the cruise missiles were launched a top american general arrived in pakistan his mission was to inform pakistan's top brass of the us intention to send missiles over its territory to hit targets in afghanistan. the americans wanted the pakistanis to know the missiles would not. indeed. they were afraid the cruise missile attacks might inadvertently trigger a full scale war between pakistan and india two nuclear powers. the beast and come on he came landed in. the airport for
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a dinner evening meeting with the. chief and they had heard the airport and he told them at that time that we had about two hundred some as i did in two of them is done and i've come good farmers who don't think they'll come from somewhere else and please inform your government so but it was just half an hour before basically it was a fair company and it was really took us forgot for granted that. they have to approach a lot of thought as a landlocked country. pakistan had failed to convince the taliban to turn over osama bin laden. the americans had demanded bin ladin be expelled. the pakistanis inquired. the taliban refused. following the nine hundred ninety eight bomb attacks in east africa bin laden's name moved higher up on america's most wanted list the cia set
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up a bin laden unit and the u.s. offered a reward of five million dollars for information about bin laden's whereabouts. several years later that reward increased significantly. determined. the members of this august house had a rare you know i just this has carried out strikes inside the front of finance with pakistan's foreign minister at the time you spoke before an angry parliament enraged by the u.s. missile strike and what they saw as a violation of pakistani sovereignty and the information suggests that the ms i look back as a result in loss of innocent lives which is because it's concerned. until then pakistani officials have heard little from the outside world about the exploits of the saudi born leader. well the surprising thing is be a defense it albrecht be
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a builder it's clinton. starting from japan right up to washington i traveled all the skeptics and met michael never was the name osama bin laden mentioned i think until all the bombings in east africa in one thousand nine hundred eighty one thousand nine hundred eight the cia certainly underestimated him after that we were the loudest. heralds of warning for the u.s. government. in december one thousand nine hundred ninety nine indian airlines flight eight one four was hijacked by gunman and forced to land in kandahar in afghanistan.
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the hijackers believed to be pakistani demanded india release certain militants it was holding. they were militants who were known to be close to al qaida they included saeed sheikh and most sued. many of them will sort of put them up on the hook then to show some of the going to look for gonzalez thing than we did i'm going to go to the saudi to has a saudi who should in a lot of them a konica that muffy mobile so i want to step in. for them jim i wasn't up on the thought of the map that i am but i'm with the band where the mcduffie has been hindu kind of fight with if you just look. the man as if the how to what about from the guy forcing you. to my feet but that he by that you're. in good at what cost they need a pound the playbook of the been set up about the started to those who. look at them o'clock in the head and fortunately not fanatical to be sure that when i leave
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. for the heaven i may be it is that bad yet half and who with luck on that ability my out was lost for going to my lair you can see about that it looks like you actually. could even by that be only one thing if they ship a sub eleven to them we lost little bugs. at the end it would be because you don't think that up and out of me doing that without an eye would not get us and i was right that if we did them in if any of them would also the social self even look at the fact that we've been you know that you did mr. bin laden's prominence in afghanistan was increasing. al qaida was gaining credibility among its afghan allies. it offered the taliban bomb making experts experienced fighters and money for operations. from its
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shelter in afghanistan al qaeda sought revenge for the u.s. cruise missile attacks it chose a daring strike against a symbol of american power. you know told the truth fellas and a small boat charged with explosives was driven into the u.s.s. cole will ship off the yemeni port of aden. the suicide bombers were killed along with seventeen american sailors. bin laden's showdown with america was intensifying . back in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight he had called on muslims to kill americans including civilians. but he's animosity to america dated back eight years. earlier when u.s. forces deployed in saudi arabia following iraq's invasion of kuwait in ninety nine bin laden accused the americans of desecration what he called holy arab soil he said i'm opposed to the presence of foreign troops in saudi arabia for two reasons
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. and trivial because he said i don't want my homeland to be occupied by foreign troops secondly islamic reason because they're. you know the you know the holiest places for muslims and we don't want them close near by i think it was the entry of the united states military forces in western forces generally and into saudi arabia in one thousand nine hundred ninety one was kind of the turning point for osama bin laden in two ways first it kind of cemented his animosity toward the united states but it also completed his alienation from the saudi government he figured that any was one muslim a government that could invite. western forces into the home of the prophet is. really not a government that he would want to support. a
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former bodyguard of bin laden revealed to al jazeera that the attack on the u.s.s. cole was originally intended to take place further out see. the ship was some. kind of. the nationals on the committee did it do it. do it is that you have a sort of. that there would be. that would. cut it into who i mean. look at the month of the video and safina first mean i didn't but i did. you know that.
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the pressure increased on the taliban to control bin love me and taliban representatives were approached by u.s. officials to discuss ways bin laden might be handed over. in the end the diplomatic efforts proved fruitless. but taliban leader mullah omar did impose restrictions on bin laden forbidding him to talk to the media without the consent of the taliban the al qaeda leader asked a senior figure in pakistan to intervene. then we get them now but i. didn't. say. that he was. with cannot or some muslim in a way. but i will. then minimal element will
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cut. up a minute. if you. work. for but it was. shortly after the attack on the u.s.s. cole al jazeera as ahmed said dan was invited to the wedding of bin laden's son. marrying the daughter of muhammad. al qaida as military command given the taliban restrictions imposed upon him the social occasions were a way for bin laden to deliver his statement to the media. her. want to marry moa her and her have.
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coordination between yemen and the united states increased. american military exercises were held in the area. almost two years to the day after the u.s.s. cole was bombed duplicated attack took place. an explosive laden boat rammed into a french oil tanker in the gulf of aden off yemen. al qaida claimed responsibility for the attack. on the back. of the i'm your home moment even one despite mullah omar's restrictions on bin ladin the relationship between the taliban leader and the al qaeda leader appeared to be strong even though they had no need. other for only
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a few years it was a relationship noticed by a pakistani journalist who had interviewed bin laden. gave them one guy they wanted but i like a. lone white out in the wood jesse with the rather pointedly by had barely make a joke at the middle of it like jesse molina with jesse entrance with the one telling him to meet me when i was in the can you would eliminate say you don't know what i thought i just thought why of something but i got up and looked but i. saw this it but the many x. so i've got a cable you malone want to. use it on the collaboration between the taliban and al qaeda seem to benefit bin ladin . differently now than most of them was.
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then well benefited more because the near sheltered and charitable bordered. on he was the man in their life. they will destruction on him. and he will not move on he will probably. call for both of them i mean he poured much of her to morrow morning except through office really is a war with him who support him. in some military. training or. many people are blaming him including myself i also wrote against malone but in one thousand nine hundred six i accept the responsibility. that i've ordered that he is playing an american game because many american diplomats in islamabad and benazir bhutto she was by mr at that time and she was also supporting will obama. because benazir bhutto us warding will know more so i thought that
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maybe he is working for americans and i wrote some columns against him there maybe more long was an american game so i was invited by them along what and he told me that i am not an american agent so if i am an american again why i have given refused to. enemy of america was. a bond of loyalty developed between law in law and bin ladin. in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight bin laden's arab fighters had helped taliban forces conquer the city of lazaro sharif the last major city in afghanistan. to fall to the taliban and. al qaida had also for too long sought the taliban against its arch enemy the renowned guerrilla fighter achmet shah masood. bin laden's former bodyguard remembers fighting masood forces advancing on kabul.
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for the mother to come i had a mobile one of the market sucked at the cut the deal had become an it department. with the command would. address. that one hundred. percent come in a whisper to leave a colossal come out of it and select for the. missing . for the key thing in the game i do miss the latin for good. how to deal. with the how the the more sort of how much. jimmy was not.
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happy. with it when the. it appeared to some observers who would keep players in events at the time that bin laden had considerable influence over his taliban allies and noticed a kind of helplessness in the sense that. was guiding the whole thing and he was in combat and not in kabul and obviously he was the need for us all beloved so it was quite a sort of low key interaction with the americans they were not but they were just telling us to look. they can solve the osama problem. bin laden seemed to have increasing sway he had reportedly prevailed over mullah
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omar and convinced him to destroy the historic statues of buddha carved into a cliff in the bamiyan valley in the hindu kush mountains of central afghanistan and the destruction of the statues in march two thousand and one led to worldwide condemnation and further isolation of the taliban by the international community i told him and that japan gives you a lot of aid. and many of the japanese have put this why you want to bring this to choose and i had them there they did you know. them somewhere they didn't put away. all against them so that nobody worshiped him but i mean he had his own conviction about islamic order and he thought he was what he was doing with a great model for islamic going to follow. what you thought. you know. as bin laden strengthened his influence over the taliban in
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afghanistan he also maintained contacts with religious or clerics in neighboring pakistan. he would invite clerics close to the taliban to visit him in order to discuss ideological matters. one of the scholars was the father of abdul rashid ghazi the. good old red mosque in islamabad. and. what invited by osama bin laden and nine hundred ninety eight. in kandahar. and among them my father was also he was also invited. and while he was going there. i went with him. and we met we
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spend the whole day with someone he was against america and the point was that you know that. there is a saying off the prophet that. the. these yahoos and aside from. these the holy places so that was the basic idea. prior to the attacks on september eleventh two thousand and one bin laden was called one high level meeting the taliban and they expressed to bin ladin that frustration with ashmit shah masood was forces represent the only could he said military opposition to the taliban and the only such group to be taken seriously in the west. and how to. manage them is diminished in the least because it would have had
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a couple of. them over. for someone. that. we had that allowed them here i mean it was the fellas with us at them but what about the deaths of them. over what inaudible do was he that has them up for something. that is. september eleventh two thousand and one. the holy war or jihad which bin laden had declared against the united states three years earlier
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and nine hundred ninety eight had now arrived on the streets of america. we're about to. let you thought of it. the nine eleven attacks sparked a chain reaction of events. america demanded bin ladin be handed over. the taliban refused america went to war the taliban were ousted from power. it was some years later the full bin ladin claim direct responsibility for the attacks. on the muslim on took me thinking what if this moment in the summer when the move them if enough is academy and then you're going on the. one knocked off. sort of government incompetence over there too often barking nice for profit on
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we did all the indo how with the top stories from al-jazeera palestinians are gathering near the israeli fencing guards for the sixth friday of protests tear gas has been fired by the israeli military tires have been set on fire each week the israelis have fired on the different groups forty one people have been killed so far calling for palestinians to be allowed to return to villages for their families once lived inside israel. the yemeni government says the united arab emirates has committed a hostile act by increasing its military presence on a strategically important island in the arabian sea now on thursday forces and equipment forced yemeni personnel to leave key locations on so katra that's the name of the island u.a.e. flags have since been raised to the public buildings there the area close to the horn of africa hosts a major airport and is located near key shipping routes to the syrian white helmets
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rescue group says the u.s. has put its funding on hold washington provides a third of the organizations money now in march the us president told trump put a freeze on two hundred million dollars worth of funding allocated for recovery efforts in syria it's unclear if the review of the white helmets is linked to that decision ismail abdullah is a rescue worker with the syrian civil defense also known as the white helmets he says their work will go on despite any funding issues. for us sits a big problem for our and for our operations and rescue people a larger vehicle is our cue bent. if it's big problem for us but for our sins there's forward that on two years in or so you know we're continuing working with our partners added abattoirs and as a fall of two years we're continuing to scoop people to see if people from under
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the rubble this is a volunteer job we still started doing thousand and thirteen up to now and we would work and would continue more than a thousand economists ever to the u.s. president donald trump warning his tough stance on trade could plunge america into another great depression they say the u.s. withdrawal from trade agreements could see americans paying a heavy price al-jazeera journalist mahmud hussein has now been in an egyptian jail for five hundred days he was detained without charge by the authorities and twenty sixteen during the holiday to cairo up next it's i knew bin laden also use of.
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the throng to condemn this barbaric act of. president bush once again and when i become rich. good cooperation in the organ that. following the attacks on september eleventh two thousand and one pakistan found itself at the center of american attention. islamabad chose to fall in with the americans even though there was considerable support for the taliban and al qaeda on the streets of pakistan that. they are from the know.
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islam a bad soul war looming and desperately sought a last minute solution. a senior delegation was sent to taliban leader mullah omar in afghanistan to convince him to give up bin ladin. among the delegation was general mahmoud othman head of pakistan's intelligence agency the i.s.i. . and also the new dean shams i respected head of the bin nouri mosque in karachi. but i have not a model of leaders in. the who. and the how. in the. who live on the other the lives of the husband or khan who was all of a sudden the drama obama will sort out the rumor is a. long one. but i have been. lovely in the. i become a kind of you know will in the car rather than look up like
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a law and the mahmud. was that the law had when. there was no money. what cologne. in the. comic on the con a come up. will bother the. nun or even the gin a little louder or no more lovey stuff and not deny a little in a way you know of other can know how that will move a thought us. a would earn a living in the. local. when the. limit is let me i would hold it up or nothing or in the form of the understand as the of the ship was on been had been with as yet.
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not on the law in their. own you know enough with the hob publicized well luck in. law to lose that in. a low. notes that the old. and in the still a lot. because the have a money that could convert the law one idea when this one was that if a. human could and the syllabi how the that he. had been. as he would like to see how they. then there was that when the whole not. to live in the home over the hole in the home of the free how that. was that
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a lot. of. al jazeera journalist ahmed said don't visited the famous islamic seminary on the trust of the rule of law. run by sami al-haj. many of the top taliban leaders once attended this major us including mullah omar. for this reason sami al-haj has been described as the father of the taliban. he spoke to al jazeera about the crucial stage following the nine eleven attacks when america pressured pakistan to request the handover of bin laden. and more of a month i mean would you but i don't. know about if he said to me but many more after that i must have been a fool but from
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a director this long by the men who got them see the minute. you're just a minute will be god yet the world they're not killing. or how did you have to live there or the other would have. to go you. don't. well barkley money money more to be in the we are there. but on a visit or you think open out of the here or. not old muslim scholars in afghanistan pakistan taken by mullah omar some suggested bin laden should leave the country to avoid the expected american onslaught. this
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threaten the taliban with division among their own ranks. there will fall mean good was it not to how good your buddy buddy. with someone you call ready to go in the world with id and such not always going to move it to fall through. your pakistan mithya with quote patella when aboard. for me to go to make their leo telephone. to feel that the fox say. well. the bond of loyalty between mullah omar and bin laden seemed breakable even saudi arabia had tried to break it years earlier in one nine hundred ninety eight the chief of the saudi intelligence service had held a heated meeting with mullah omar in a bid to convince him to hand over bin laden. this is the sort of the ethical
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fist of. the mess and cooking or of the lebanon. was it off so you think if it was in their office with. us it would be a hostile. and when they don't want to. get into i think the thing about not than an awful amount of fun we're going to go home . one of the at the. her muslims in africa. and. in two thousand and six al jazeera reporter ahmed said done traveled to helmand province in southern afghanistan to meet one of the leaders of the taliban. one on one of the one. god non of the.
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i find. it was. the trip took several days of moving from one place to another before finally arriving at a location to meet. one of the taliban senior military commanders. he explained why the taliban refused to hand over bin ladin. even though it had resulted in the american invasion of afghanistan and had cost the taliban their position of power. in the jet they should ask that i says she doesn't know that our home mission of the hour we're going to call it political there would have any. sort of though we hear almost in a month you chad the spot and. you know. with
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bin laden dead questions are raised about whether al qaeda will be able to orchestrate any major attacks in the future this footage released by al qaeda offers a glimpse into a possible rudimentary non-conventional weapons program. a
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new book revealed a plot by al qaeda to kill new yorkers by spreading cyanide gas in a subway in two thousand and three. the plan was reportedly called off forty five days before it was set to occur by al qaeda second in command ayman al-zawahiri. was the last reporter to meet and interview bin laden. the meeting took place in november two thousand and one in the interview bin laden claimed that al qaeda possessed chemical and nuclear weapons. the most important thing was that. admitted that yes we have nuclear weapons as and he may. it clear to me that if americans are going to use nuclear
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weapons against us then we have the right to respond in the same manner that was very clear i put the same question to him in ninety ninety eight and he ignored my question in ninety ninety eight after three years in the number two thousand one he admitted yes we have nuclear weapons which means that in three years he was trying his best to acquire and deploy his weapons and i must tell you don't underestimate nuclear designs of al qaeda a person whose name is synonymous shukrijumah. he was given that. the. inside united states of america between one thousand nine hundred nine and. he smuggled more than ninety kilograms of inside the united states of america from the mexico and now. i can tell you that he is
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the next muhammad and he will be responsible for the next nine eleven inside the united states of america they can use some kind of dirty bombs i can't rule that out now know that they have embarked on programs to acquire in the vela these weapons certainly chemical biological weapons and we know they have developed toxins poisons and they have they have used them and they intend to expand this program. american concerns were heightened by reports of contacts between al qaeda and pakistani scientists.
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nuclear scientist sultan bashir routine mahmud who had met bin laden was arrested and interrogated by pakistani intelligence. he was later released apparently unable to provide any clear information. bin laden's former bodyguard rules else that al qaida had non-conventional weapons before the nine eleven attacks. but he revealed to have been a program underway to try to acquire chemical or biological weapons. have a site that might happen in the country so honestly and because they let me decide what i did and if he had one of them something about the ship with i don't know with us out in the some of the kind of the things i'm a bit of a. i don't want to lie and to defend the movie because that about it was. comparable to the chemo you feel mojave that can fit in
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a coffee fifty's and. the quote that i thought that city did not make the dead of. the any. country happy to put a bit of i had fun with it i would also consider that that i had them and the country was got more than a couple kind of that mosque up in the country i was in had been mad at many these any and all of them are going to get in the hole who had the book on how to deal with men who did that if i could get them to see out the kind of we know that they have is an example anthrax they did develop some of this in afghanistan and al qaeda in affiliates they've got some low grade toxins so there was an example in the u.k. of rison. that's made from from castor beans that was part of an al qaeda cell the develop this.
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after the full of the taliban and the flights of bin laden's the americans discovered documents in full mile kind of basis. the documents indicated the group were much closer than had initially been thought to gaining nuclear and biological weapons capabilities american concerns led to the arrest and interrogation of one of pakistan's leading off a pyrrhic surgeons how can an orthopedic surgeon be involved in making biological weapons i asked the americans this questions and this question and they said you're right. but still there is a possibility the allegation against me was of providing biological weapons chemical weapons of sending dialysis machine to osama bin laden it's a load of total rubbish i have no idea what anthrax and chemical weapons
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are and what they were telling me was that the supplies that i sent for the deal about ward they were empty septic solutions to wash your hands before surgery and they told me that they were doing purpose chemicals and they could be used to make bombs and i mean it's amazing you cannot reason with such logic. the killing of al qaeda leader osama bin laden in may two thousand and eleven may be a huge blow to the organization. but its decentralized nature means it has the potential
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to carry out attacks on any number of targets. many dedicated al-qaeda militants and supporters will no doubt be ready to give their lives in revenge for the death of bin laden. it's a bit like a nuclear scientists who created the atom bomb you can go around and arrest all the nuclear scientists but the bomb has been made. that. bin laden four to expel the soviets from afghanistan. years later his al qaeda group led to the americans invading the same country. bin laden was to claim according to one journalist who interviewed him that this was his goal all along. early and the only it had to be that actually they could do better yeah and you can
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in the moment and enjoy a home. and they jack the gentle anybody can walk up to my lovely. yanetta of labor and woman a subject then an american and that and. his last words to me were mr robert from this mountain upon which you're sitting we help to destroy the soviet army. and to destroy the soviet union which was a bit of an exaggeration but have some truth in it and then he said. i'm mr robert i pray to god to be permits us to turn america into a shadow of itself that next morning we went down the mountainside and there was a comet passing through the heavens. and the al-qaeda men and i got out of the car to look at the comet and one of them said to me this is not bin laden but the moment one of his people said mr robert when you see this comment it means there
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will be a great war. bin laden is now dead. al qaeda affiliates across the world are likely to remain active . meanwhile american troops remain in afghanistan. where conflict is likely to continue.
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from a fresh coastal breeze. to watching the sunset on the australian outback. hello the last two days is seen traveling thunderstorms in year ago an old knowledge until just catching the south of brazil they're still there streaming out
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of the interior the amount of rain has been recorded come down to that doesn't mean that there aren't some pretty big thunderstorm the round that just missed the rain gauges but if fifty millimeters in twenty four hours that's in argentina will see more of the same in the same sort of area and just off the coast of chile as circulation just south of santiago will bring some rain to that policy otherwise it drives the north that is charged through most of brazil now the concentration heavy showers is of course in the north of the constant in colombia has been recently in panama but this massive cloud you think from that they should be some downpours in coober haiti and jamaica well there probably have again missed the rain gauges but they're still there in the full cost some pass the bombers maybe for the sas in that but certainly jamaica cuba and haiti are all involved there's obviously a pretty good wouldn't fly there west of that yes showers will develop in mexico possibly guatemala discreet showers but that's not the heaviest fish and i don't think those off of the east in the u.s. it still remains warm very warm on the eastern seaboard but this division line here
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well that's potentially again quite stormy. the weather sponsored by catto at ways . of.


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