Osama Bin Laden
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This paper describes Osama Bin Laden's life and its impact on his actions and outlook. The writer highlights Bin Laden's religious fervor and the development of his commitment to fundamentalist Islamic theology. In particular, the paper examines the relationship between Al Qaeda and the Taliban, which was based mainly on this shared fundamentalist religious philosophy. The paper concludes with a discussion of the 9/11 attacks.
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