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October 23, 2013
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‘White Widow’ wrote ode to Bin Laden: report

October 23, 2013

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LONDON: The British woman wanted for alleged terror offences in Kenya, dubbed the “White Widow”, wrote an ode to the late Al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden proclaiming her love for him, a report said on Tuesday. Samantha Lewthwaite’s clumsy poem, littered with spelling mistakes, was found by British police investigators after they examined a computer hard drive found at a house in the Kenyan town of Mombasa, Britain’s Sky News television said. “Oh sheik osama my father, my brother/My love for you is like no other / Oh Sheik Osama now that you are gone / The muslims must wake up they must be strong,” it begins.
Bin Laden was killed by US troops in May 2011 in Pakistan. It continues: “Al-Qaeda are stronger and fiercer than ever / Thinking in the end you are stupid it will NEVER/Be over until the day that we see our lands returned and governed by He Allah the almighty,/ Whose law is complete.”

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