Osama bin Laden Private Documents Opened to The Public
United States authorities revealed a number of documents which according to them is found in the place of Osama bin Laden went into hiding when the shot in a house in Abottabad, Pakistan, at 2011.
The special operation that killed the leader of al-Qaeda were found documents which are referred to as “bin Laden Bookshelf“.
In addition to the correspondence in Arabic, there are several United Kingdom-Language book among other works of Bob Woodward and Noam Chomsky-as well as several other books about the theory of economy and military.
There are also titled materials about France, which includes academic reports and articles on the military, political, and economics of France.
The Office of the Directorate of national intelligence, ODNI, said studies that is already thoroughly before the documents were announced.
Spokesman for the ODNI, Jeffrey Anchukaitis, said disclosure of the documents in line with President Barack Obama’s call for greater transparency.
But there are many more documents that have not been opened to the general public.
“All the documents that such disclosure will not interfere with the operation of al-Qaida and its allies would be opened,” explains Anchukaitis.
Last year 2012, some documents were found in the operation of the hunt for Osama bin Laden that was revealed by the Research Institute of the United States Military Academy, West Point.
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