Hamza Bin Laden (al Qaeda Central / AQC) -- INDIVIDUAL PROFILE

Killed in Afghanistan/Pakistan Region by US Special ForcesOn 14 September 2019, US President Donald Trump confirmed earlier suspicions from July that the AQC heir apparent Hamza Bin Laden was killed in a US Special Forces operation. The when and where are yet to be revealed, but more details on the operation are to be released. The Heir Apparent: "The Crown Prince of Terror"On 9 July 2016, a speech entitled "We are all Osama" by Hamza Bin Laden was released by al-Qaeda's as Sahab Media. Hamza, the young militant reared amongst the mujahideen, demanded revenge against the United States for the killing of his father Osama. The elderly Egyptian sheikh and current Emir of al-Qaeda Central, Zawahiri, has spoken glowingly of the youthful Hamza, the "son of the lion of Jihad." By virtue of his peerless pedigree, propaganda skills, combat experience, and dedication to carrying on his father's cause, Hamza Bin Laden is positioned to assume leadership of al-Qaeda's Central Command in the…

Hamza Bin Laden (al Qaeda Central / AQC) -- INDIVIDUAL PROFILE, also known as Hamza Laden, Crown Prince of Terror , Hamzah bin Laden, Abu Moaz is a group formed c. 1989.
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