It’s possible that Osama Bin Laden Jr. and I have the same birthday.
Not many people know about Hamza Bin Laden or his life thus far. Not many people even know he exists. Welcome into the mystery. Hopefully his name will never be famous in news channels.
He was introduced as a ‘Lion from the den of Al Qaeda.’ His father, Osama Bin Laden, encouraged Hamza to flee to Qatar and ‘lay low for a while’ during the heat of the war and drone strikes. Hamza ignored this advice and stayed to advance the Al Qaeda movement. He was featured on multiple Al-Qaeda videos as a child, but has never shown his face as an adult.
He was born sometime in 1989, so he’s also roughly the same age as Cam Newton, professional NFL quarterback.
Hamza Bin Laden was featured in propaganda videos when he was as young as 11, and allegedly completed his first terrorist attacks in Pakistan and Afghanistan when he was somewhere around the age of a typical high school sophomore. His mother has encouraged him to ‘follow in his father’s footsteps.’
I’m not going to link the current quarterback of the Carolina Panthers to radical Islamic terrorism or anything here y’all, but Cam Newton is a good American reference for my next point. Hamza has been broadcasting his voice over the youth and people of the Middle East with a war cry known as ‘We Are Osama.’ He has been rising and campaigning to influence youth and ‘handing out footballs’ or, rather unfortunately in this case, bombs and AK-47’s. In the same way, if you are familiar with the reference, Cam Newton can be both hotheaded and humble, as can Hamza. He can also overcome bad press about his dad and create a sure path to success, all the way to his own sick and twisted ‘Super Bowl.’ He will quietly walk away from the microphone for a few months in order to prepare in the dark early mornings, patiently waiting for his moment for a revenge strike at the title.
He has created a new and continued movement throughout the Middle East, rallying people behind the death of his father. Hamza is the new voice, a young voice, able to reach the new generation in a way that the aging Al Qaeda leadership has not been able to do – losing swarms of troops to the ISIS/IS/ISIL movement over the years.
He has been broadcasting since mid-2015 and was only added to the terrorist registry list by the State Department in January 2017. Hamza Bin Laden is trying to unite radical Islamic terrorist groups in a singular, joint effort against Western States. Bin Laden Jr. is also known as the ‘Crown Prince of Terror.’ White House officials erroneously reported his death in 2011, after the Osama Bin Laden compound raid. His brother, Khaled, was killed in the raid.
He has promised revenge for his father’s death:
“We will continue striking you and targeting you in your country and abroad in response to your oppression of the people of Palestine, Afghanistan, Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Somalia and the rest of the Muslim lands that did not survive your oppression.”
He has encouraged the youth of Saudi Arabia to go to Yemen to gain experience so they can overthrow the House of Saud (ruling family) when they return.
President Trump is set to close a 100 billion dollar arms deal to strengthen the Saudi Arabian military defense capabilities in the Middle East. Trump is due to stop in Saudi Arabia when he goes on his international tour May 19th. Saudi Arabia is speculated to be advancing their defense program as much as 300 billion dollars over the next decade.
The most concerning part of all this is?
Hamza’s willingness and desire to network. His adaptability. His vision. His lunacy.
Ultimately, his desire for vengeance against America.
“The disturbed successor is also “bent on avenging” his dad’s death, according to a former FBI agent familiar with documents recovered in the 2011 raid in which Navy SEALs killed Osama Bin Laden.“I consider myself to be forged in steel. The path of jihad for the sake of God is what we live,” Hamza wrote to his father, according to retired FBI agent Ali Soufan. ” – NY Daily News