Saudi Arabia's Foreign Ministry announced Friday that it has revoked the citizenship of Hamza bin Laden, the son of al-Qaida leader Usama bin Laden, who was murdered for the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
It takes less than a day for the US Department of State's Anti-Terrorism Rewards program to announce a $ 1 million reward for information that led to its whereabouts. The UN Security Council also included Hamza in its list of sanctions on Thursday.
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. Other members of bin Laden's family – including his mother Hamida al-Attas ̵
More than two years ago, Hamza was described by the United States as a "specially designated global terrorist" and is considered an aspiring leader and "face for the younger generation" of Al Qaeda recruits. The Egyptian doctor Ayman al-Zawahiri, the current leader of the outfit, presented him in 2015 in an audio message to the supporters. Hamza used his platform to demand attacks against the West.
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Similar to his late father, who was killed by US Navy SEALs during a raid on his compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan in 2011, Hamza, who is in his 30s, is a shadowy one and elusive figure known his background or status. It is reported that he recently got married and presumably stayed throughout Afghanistan – from Afghanistan and Pakistan to Iran and Syria. Although he was only one in two dozen children and around 12 years old during the 9/11 attacks, he has long been called a "favorite" in intelligence circles.
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