TOsama bin Laden’s youngest son said he was ashamed and horrified by his father’s actions on September 11, 2001.
“It was hard for me to believe that he had the capacity to organize such a thing. That day changed our lives forever, and it was very difficult to continue living after,” Omar bin Laden said. , 40, in an interview last week. with the Jewish Information Union.
He said he only felt “shame and horror” for his father’s actions.
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The 40-year-old artist living in Normandy, France, said he was about to take his father’s place at the helm of Al Qaeda but couldn’t.
FILE – This January 11, 2008 file photo shows Omar bin Laden during an interview with The Associated Press in Cairo, Egypt. Two weeks ago, Omar, the son of Osama bin Laden, revealed that many children who had been with their father in Afghanistan fled to Iran following the 2001 US invasion and that they were still together in a fortified enclosure under Iranian custody. (AP Photo / Nasser Nasser, File) ** zu unserem KORR ** Nasser Nasser / ASSOCIATED PRESS
“During these years of loss and pain, I was forced to accept the truth about my father,” he said.
Bin Laden said he would also like the opportunity to visit Israel and the United States.
“I know it’s a beautiful country, and a lot of people want peace with the Palestinians,” he said of the former.
Omar bin Laden has a Jewish heritage from Israel on the maternal side and was offered the opportunity to lecture on peace at universities across the country, according to the interview.
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“I know that since 1948 the Palestinians have lived alongside the Jewish nation,” he said. “We believe that the world should live as one and that neighbors of all religions can live side by side in peace.”
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Original author: Luc Gentile
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