Former al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was planning another major attack in the days following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in the United States. But after the 9/11 attacks, bin Laden was unable to carry out his plan because the United States had tightened security. Experts say bin Laden was wrong.US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin and Secretary of State Anthony Blinken arrived in Kiev on Sunday for a historic visit. Meanwhile, in the presence of two influential US ministers, Russian forces have intensified their attacks on Ukraine. At the same time, Russia has warned the United States and Ukraine’s European allies not to supply more weapons to Ukraine. . . . . . . . . .
Although the United States has not sent troops to Ukraine or NATO, Washington and its European allies have sent weapons such as drones, heavy artillery, anti-aircraft stringers, and anti-tank javelin missiles.
According to a Reuters report, the US Secretary of Defense and Foreign Minister met with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in Kiev. The two ministers pledged another 322 million in military aid to Ukraine’s president. “We believe we will win. If they (Ukraine) get the right weapons and support, they will win,” he told reporters after the meeting.
“We want to see Russia become so weak that it can no longer do what it did by invading Ukraine,” Austin said.
Earlier, US President Joe Biden announced another 600 million in military aid to Ukraine.
Moscow is concerned about the visit of two influential US ministers to Kiev. Russia’s ambassador to the United States, Anthony Antonov, said such weapons were being sent to weaken Russia. But it (arms supply) is bypassing the peace talks and continuing the war. Antonov told Russia’s state-run TV channel that the Americans were adding fuel to the fire. He added: “All I can see is that there is an attempt to worsen the situation and create anxiety. So that there is more damage. ‘
Meanwhile, Vladimir Putin has once again argued for a military operation in Ukraine. He said a “special military operation” in Ukraine was urgent because the United States was using Ukraine to intimidate Russia.
Ceasefire in Mariupol
A group of Ukrainian naval personnel and hundreds of civilians are trapped in the Azvastal steel plant in the Ukrainian port city of Mariupol. Ukraine says many of those trapped are injured. In addition, there are women and children among the civilians, who survive on very little and almost no food. Finally, on Monday, the Russian Defense Ministry announced a ceasefire in the vicinity of the steel plant. So that the trapped civilians get a chance to get out.
The ceasefire is expected to take effect at 2pm Moscow time yesterday, the AFP news agency reported. At this time civilians can go wherever they want.
CBS News, a private television station in the United States, reports that the 9/11 attacks killed at least 3,000 people. Never before in the history of the United States have there been so many terrorist attacks. In 2011, Osama bin Laden, the mastermind of a covert operation in Abbottabad, Pakistan, was killed by members of the US Special Commando Navy SEALs.
Some Navy SEALs have recently been released in the United States. It is alleged that the bomber struck shortly after noon in front of a U.S. military base, killing at least two people and wounding dozens more. According to the data, bin Laden also urged his followers to cut off a 12-meter section of the US railroad. And if that plan was implemented, hundreds of passengers of the train could have lost their lives.
The United States Navy SEALs have launched an operation to capture al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, who is hiding in remote areas of Pakistan. During this time, the Navy SEALs recovered thousands of personal letters and documents written by bin Laden. These documents were verified and selected by author and Islamic expert Nellie Lahud. He gave an hour-long interview to CBS about the property. He said al-Qaeda had no idea that the United States would go to war after the 9/11 attacks.
After 9/11, the United States declared war on terrorism, as part of which it invaded Afghanistan. Al-Qaeda has been shocked by the US response to the brutal Twin Towers incident. Nellie Lahud said the information was found in a letter written by bin Laden. He said bin Laden thought people in the United States would take to the streets to protest the government’s decision to invade Muslim-majority Afghanistan.
But Nellie Lahud said Osama bin Laden’s idea was wrong. Nellie Lahud talks about the letters she wrote to al-Qaeda operatives. Bin Laden has been unable to communicate with al-Qaeda affiliates for almost three years after fleeing the Twin Towers. He contacted the party workers again in 2004. That’s when he planned a new attack on the United States.