Sunday, April 18, 2010
Zaina bin Laden refutes article about "Omar bin Laden Denied Visa for European Book Tour" in phone conversation with private investigator Bill Warner.
Zaina bin Laden refutes article about "Omar bin Laden Denied Visa for European Book Tour" in a 10 minute phone conversation with Sarasota private investigator Bill Warner.
On Sunday 4/18/2010 at 3:35 pm EST, Zaina bin Laden called the listed phone number, 941-926-1926, for private investigator Bill Warner and the WBI Inc. Private Detective Agency in Sarasota Fl.
Zaina bin Laden was concearned about what she claims is the false story "Bin Laden's Son Denied Visa for European Book Tour", this and other articles which calim the same thing. The book "Growing Up bin Laden: Osama's Son Speaks" is already out in the USA and was recently released in France, with Spain, Russia and others to follow.
Zaina bin Laden claims that there is no denial of Omar bin laden in getting any visa, they had been living in France and are now in an undisclosed location, when I asked Zaina what country she was calling from the line went dead and the call ended at 6 minutes and 35 seconds, she called right back and said she did not end the call but could not tell me in what country she and Omar were living, the conversation continued for 2 minutes and 25 seconds longer.
"False story" Says Co-Author Jean Sasson: Bin Laden's Son Omar Denied Visa To Promote Book In France, not true, they just did not get all the documents they needed to the Consulates office in time, Omar bin Laden travels on a Saudi passport.
The book "Growing Up bin Laden" is geared to reveal the world of a son dealing with the worlds terrorist leader, his father Osama bin Laden.
3/24/2010, OMAR BIN LADEN IN QATAR, By Mohammed Al Shafey; London, Asharq Al-Awsat- The fourth son of Al Qaeda leader, Osama Bin Laden, has appealed to Qatar, the UAE, and Oman to shelter his father's wife Umm Hamzah, his five siblings and their eleven children, all of whom are currently being held by Tehran. In a telephone interview with Asharq Al-Awsat, Omar Bin Laden revealed that his siblings are not in possession of identification papers, and he called on Qatar, the UAE, and Oman, or other member-states of the Gulf Corporation Council [GCC] to shelter his family.
OMAR also revealed that Abdul Rahman Bin Laden, aged 31, Ruqqiyah Bin Laden, aged 12, and Noor Bin Laden, aged 10, are present in Syria and are awaiting a Saudi Arabian royal decree restoring their Saudi citizenship after Saudi Arabia officially revoked Osama Bin Laden's citizenship in 2001. They have been joined by Iman and Bakr Bin Laden, who had previously been held by Iran since 2001.
Growing Up bin Laden: Osama's Wife and Son, Omar his photo above, Take Us Inside Their Secret World (Hardcover), Editorial Reviews, From The Washington Post's Book www.World/washingtonpost.com Reviewed by Thomas W. Lippman.
For readers who have been living on another planet for the past decade or so, here is the news: Osama bin Laden is a monster, a priapic zealot who was as cruel and arrogant in family life as he has been in his bloodstained public career. Not only is he a mass murderer, he is committed to inflicting death on as many people as possible. He lives to kill, the pursuit of violent jihad overpowering even the most basic human feelings and paternal concerns.
Osama bin Laden was a tyrannical and selfish father who deprived his many children of education, food and the comforts of modern life. From his wives he insisted on absolute subservience, sexual and otherwise. His only friends are the sycophantic thugs of his al-Qaeda entourage.
At home he forbade laughter, not that there was much to laugh about. We may have long suspected all this. Now our suspicions are confirmed by "Growing Up bin Laden," a repellent but oddly fascinating as-told-to memoir by bin Laden's first wife, Najwa, and fourth son, Omar. Assuming that their accounts, as recorded by Jean Sasson, are truthful, we have an inside-the-tent view of a person so blinded by his cause that he strips himself of all humanity.
According to Omar (the son), who finally broke with his father when Osama told his sons to add their names to the list of suicide-bomber volunteers posted on a mosque, "My father hated his enemies more than he loved his sons." In "The Bin Ladens," Steve Coll's history of the family, Najwa and Omar are minor characters. And so they would have remained but for the decision -- not fully explained in this book -- to tell their stories to the public.
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