Bin Laden Documents: 'Bookshelf' Reveals Al Qaeda Leader Was Obsessed With 9/11 Conspiracy Theories

Tara Dodrill

Osama bin Laden documents were just released by the Pentagon. A list that has been deemed the bin Laden bookshelf reportedly revealed that the al Qaeda leader was obsessed with both 9/11 conspiracy theories and United States Military strategy.

Bin Laden documents also reportedly reveal that the al Qaeda leader was also heavily focused upon magic and the Illuminati. The Office of the Director of National Intelligence released the list of book, journal, and newspaper articlestitles found during the Osama bin Laden compound raid on Wednesday morning. Seal Team Six killed Osama bin Laden at his Abbottabad, Pakistan home on May 2, 2011.

Written works by liberal authors Michael Scheuer and Noam Chomsky were also listed among the bin Laden documents found. The Oxford History of Modern War and the Bloodlines of the Illuminati by Fritz Springmeier were also noted on the National Intelligence titles list.

A total of 39 English language books on a vast array of topics were included on the bin Laden documents list. The topic and scope of the books reportedly ranges from a Handbook of International Law to an encyclopedia style book entitled The Secret Teachings of All Ages. The al Qaeda leader also reportedly saved a website page entitled, "Website Claims Steve Jackson Games Foretold 9/11."

The Osama bin Laden documents also included a multitude of books and written works, which related to the military superpower of the United States Military. The works included, Unfinished Business, U.S. Overseas Military Presence in the 21st Century by Michael O'Hanlon, Rogue State: A Guide to the World's Only Superpower by William Blum and New Pearl Harbor: Disturbing Questions about the Bush Administration and 9/11 by David Ray Griffin.

The bin Laden documents also included approximately 75 publicly available documents from the United State government about al Qaeda, the costs of the global war on terror, costs of military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, and nuclear energy in Iran and Syria.

The 9/11 mastermind also reportedly had an application for a United States passport by mail form among his possessions. A 2007 issue of Business Week, multiple issues of Foreign Policy, and a 2005 Los Angeles Times article entitled, "Is al-Qaeda Just Bush's Boogeyman?" were also included.

In addition to the Koran, Osama bin Laden also reportedly had other religious works pertaining to Islam, Muhammad, and an article entitled, "The Hijab... Why?" by Dr. Muhammad Ismail.

What do you think about the Osama bin Laden documents found at the Pakistan compound during the Seal Team Six raid?

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