Alia Ghanem, the mother of terrorist group al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, said his son was ‘good’. But while studying at the university, Osama’s ‘brainwashing’ was done. In an interview given to British magazine The Guardian, Aliya said this.
The Guardian says that this is the first time that Al-Qaeda leader’s mother, Aliya Ghanem, spoke openly about the boy. In 2011, after Osama bin Laden’s death, he did not make any comment in the press.
Aliyar claims that Osama bin Laden was childish and teenager. In the time of growing up, he was a ‘good boy’. But when he went to the university, he was “brainwashed”.
The Guardian wrote that after the attack on the US Twin Towers in Nine-Eleven, Osama bin Laden and the terrorist group led by Al-Qaeda came to the center of the discussion. But before that bin Laden’s family was influential in Saudi Arabia. Despite the US assassination or the death of Osama in the US operation in Abbottabad in 2011, there was no recession in that effect.
After the Twin Towers attack Osama bin Laden became the synonym of terrorism worldwide. Family claims, in 1999, they met last time with Osama. Since then, al-Qaeda leader who lives in Afghanistan was a leader in Afghanistan. In the 1980s, to fight against the then Soviet forces, Osama bin Laden made a visit to Afghanistan.
When Osama was being identified as militant and terrorist in the world, how was his mother feeling? Alia Ghanem said, ‘We were in a very embarrassing situation. I did not ask for all this. Why did she do that? “Alia said her son was involved in the Muslim Brotherhood while studying at the university.
Mohammad bin Awad bin Laden is the father of Osama bin Laden. Awad had divorced Alia Ghanem after Osama’s birth after three years of birth. In all, the number of his children is 50. Alia again married again. His second husband, Mohammed al-Atatas Lalon, celebrated Osamah-osama. In Alia’s language, Osama was well-developed by al-Atatas
After the attack in the US Twin Towers, the Saudi government conducted investigations on bin Laden’s family affairs. Although Osama bin Laden was detached from that time, his family was not spared. The Saudi government restricted travel and movement of all members of the family.
During the interview with the Guardian, Osama bin Laden’s mother Aliya was also present, along with two brothers Hassan and Ahmad. Ahmad said to the Guardian, “We all are ashamed of him.”