Bible copies found at Osama bin Laden's hideout

It is being specul­ated that bin Laden used the religi­ous books for coded commun­icatio­n.


Web Desk February 29, 2012

The demolition crew found two volumes of the Bible from Osama bin Laden’s hideout in Abbottabad, Express News reported on Wednesday.

According to security officials, the Bible copies were in the English language and had certain lines of text highlighted.

It is being speculated that Laden had used these religious books for coded communication.

Apart from copies of the Bible, the demolition crew also found two radio sets from the compound.

Bulldozers on February 27 finished demolishing the hideout and only the wall of the compound remain intact, surrounding the debris of the three-storey building. Security forces guarding the compound refuse to let anyone inside.

The triple-storey house, built over an area of 38,000 square feet and worth Rs85 million, was under the control of the security forces and police since the May 2011 raid.

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ZYX | 9 years ago | Reply

@G. Din:

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G. Din | 9 years ago | Reply @Ali Tanoli: "@G Din What a foolnesh thing to say that he accepted the jesus as saviour " Hey, I said, anything is possible. How do you know he did not? Howsoever the world may detest him for his satanic deeds, he was after all an intelligent man, even had some training in engineering. Engineers generally are quite logical and practical in their thinking.
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