$1 million reward offered for info leading to Osama bin Laden’s son

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(WFLA) – A reward up to $1 million is being offered for information that leads to the capture of terrorist Osama bin Laden’s son, Hamza bin Laden, who is an emerging leader in the al-Qaida terror group.

Osama bin Laden founded al-Qaida which is the Muslim militant group that carried out the September 11 attacks against the United States in 2001 which killed nearly 3,000 civilians, police, and first responders. He was killed by U.S. Forces in 2011.

Rewards for Justice said Usama bin Laden has released audio and video messages on the Internet, calling on his followers to launch attacks against the United States and its Western allies. He has also threatened attacks against the United States in revenge for the May 2011 killing of his father.

Hamza married the daughter of Mohammed Atta, the lead hijacker and a mastermind of the September 11 attacks. Usama bin Laden’s letters seized from the Abbottabad, Pakistan compound where bin Laden was killed indicate that he was grooming Hamza to replace him as leader of al-Qa’ida, according to Rewards for Justice.

Hamza bin Laden was born in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. He is thought to have been born on Dec. 31 1989 or Jan. 1, 1989 or in 1986, according to Rewards for Justice. He is a citizen of Saudi Arabia.

The U.S. government is offering a reward up to $1 million for information about Hamza bin Laden. Absolute confidentiality is assured and relocation may be available. If you have information, contact the nearest U.S. embassy or consulate or info@rewardsforjustice.net.

Rewards for Justice is offering rewards in connection with many other terrorists, including $25 million rewards for:

  • Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the senior leader of the terrorist organization Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL)
  • Ayman al-Zawahiri, the current leader of the al-Qa’ida terrorist group.

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