Osama Bin Laden’s Son, Hamza Hunted By British Armed Forces On A ‘Capture Or Kill’ Mission

FILE - In this April 1998 file photo, exiled al Qaida leader Osama bin Laden is seen in Afghanistan. Osama bin Laden was unquestionably within reach of U.S. troops in the mountains of Tora Bora when American military leaders made the crucial and costly decision not to pursue the terrorist leader with massive force, a Senate report says. (AP Photo, file)

Osama bin Laden’s son, HAMZA bin Laden, is the target of a top-secret mission involving British armed forces – who want the new al-Qaeda chief dead or alive.

The now 28-year-old is said to be ‘active’ and plotting attacks on the West following the death of his father, who was shot dead by US Navy Seals in 2011.

After going into hiding just weeks before his father’s death, Osama’s twisted son has re-emerged, praising ‘lone wolf’ terror in video released two years ago and calling on more attacks on western civilisation.

Hamza was believed to be hiding in Pakistan but new intelligence suggests he has now relocated to Syria, although his motives remain a concern for security forces who have placed him on the top 10 ‘high-value’ targets hunted by Coalition Forces on Operation Shader.

Letters found at the bunker Osama bin Laden was holed up in revealed that he was grooming his son to take the reins of the terror cult, and intelligence source believe that is Hamza’s ultimate goal.


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