The Brothers Bin Laden: Khaled Shot Dead Protecting His Father, His Brother Allegedly Captured By SEALs (Photo)

Putting the pieces together…
Today we found out that Osama Bin Laden died a coward.
FOX News reported:

Sources involved in the operation that took down Usama bin Laden told Fox News the terrorist leader acted “scared” and “completely confused” in his final moments, “shoving his wife” at the Navy SEAL who ultimately shot him.

His sons were more courageous.
Khaled Bin Laden died protecting his father who was hiding upstairs.

As the SEALs moved through the compound, bin Laden’s son Khaled rushed down from the third floor to the second floor and confronted the SEALs, who killed him.

Of the photos released yesterday, one shows a young man who has a striking resemblance to Osama Bin Laden. This most likely is Khaled Bin Laden.

An unidentified body of a man is seen after a raid by US Navy Seal commandos on the compound where al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden was killed in Abbottabad. (Guardian)

Pakistani authorities today also reported that the US took one of Osama’s son back with them alive.
Dawn reported:

Osama bin Laden’s teenage daughter witnessed her father’s death in the compound in Abbottabad according to an ISI official. The girl is now in Pakistani custody together with Bin Laden’s wife. The wife, who speaks only Arabic and who was injured in the attack, said on regaining consciousness that she was Yemeni and that she had been in the compound for a few months.

The official said there were 17 or 18 people in the compound at the time of the attack and that as well as taking Osama bin Laden’s body away the Americans took one person alive — possibly one of his sons.

Four dead bodies were left in the compound. It is believed they are of another son, 2 brothers and a guard.

Those who survived the attack included the wife, the daughter and 8 to 9 other children — not apparently Bin Laden’s but possibly those of his brothers. All those being held in Pakistan will be returned to their countries of origin.

When the Pakistan authorities found the surviving women and children in the compound their hands were bound with plastic tags and it is believed that had one of the American helicopters not malfunctioned then they too would have been taken away.

Of course, since there are about 27 different stories now on what happened and no proof we can’t be sure if any of this really happened.


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