Omar bin Laden requested that Pakistan should help the children of Osama bin Laden to go wherever they want to go - REUTERS
CAIRO – 8 July 2017: The Ideological War Center (IWC) affiliated to the Saudi Arabian Ministry of Defense revealed that Osama bin Laden’s extremist ideas antagonized his national state’s ideology, resulting in his Saudi citizenship being withdrawn from him in 1994.
“The takfiri and Wahhabi ideas that bin Laden believed in led to the inevitable result of revoking his nationality,” the IWC posted on its official Twitter account on Saturday.
According to the center’s tweets, bin Laden’s extremist ideas were the main reason his Saudi citizenship was withdrawn in 1994, predating the formation of the Al-Qaeda terrorist organization.
The ICW also disclosed that bin Laden defined an apostate as whoever opposed his ideology and the sophistication of his ideas relied on creating chaos by provoking western countries’ mistrust of Islam.
After the 2001 September 11 terrorist attacks, Al-Qaeda was wary of media interactions with anybody but the Qatari-owned Al Jazeera news channel and its reporters, some of whom were charged under terrorism-linked lawsuits.
Al Jazeera paid large sums of money to Al-Qaeda to boost mutual trust between the two, the Center disclosed.
The IWC which is specializes in counter-terrorism and combating extremism further postulated on Twitter, “Did not the country which embraces the Muslim Brotherhood project [Qatar] fear of the Brotherhood conspiracy and potential betrayal?”
The answer it seems can be found on the center’s official Twitter account.
“Firstly, do not rule out the political stupidity of the states which sponsor terrorism.
Secondly, this country [Qatar] bets on the loyalty of the Brotherhood. Thirdly, they both share the same envies and grudges.”