The CIA released a personal diary of Osama bin Laden
WASHINGTON, 1 Nov — RIA Novosti. The CIA has published a diary of the leader of the terrorist group al-Qaeda* Osama bin Laden killed in 2011 in Pakistan.
All diary entries submitted on the Agency’s website, made by hand in the Arabic language.
Earlier Wednesday, the CIA announced the publication 470 thousand documents, obtained by the operation to eliminate bin Laden. Published materials include text files, audio and video, and system software files.
“In addition to computer files and digital documents seized during a RAID in the Pakistani town of Abbottabad in may 2011, the CIA found a diary that includes records that Ben Laden did on the eve of destruction,” reads an accompanying note.
We are talking about photocopies made urgently immediately after the RAID, said in the intelligence Department.
In addition, the CIA released more than 18 thousand files of documents, approximately 79 thousand recordings, which include rehearsal, public speeches, correspondence and images collected by “al-Qaeda”* for different purposes. Also released 10 of thousands of videos, including photos of a young son terrorist Hamza bin Laden “home videos” of “al-Qaeda”* videoservice statements of Osama bin Laden and jihadist propaganda.
The leader of “al-Qaeda”* Osama bin Laden was killed may 1, 2011 during the storming of the estate in Abbottabad, which was conducted by the U.S. military.
* Terrorist grupirovka banned in Russia.