Papers obtained by Navy SEALs after they killed Osama bin Laden at his residence reveal that he planned a second terror assault on the US after 9/11.

Following 9/11, Osama bin Laden planned to strike the United States with charter jets and train derailments, according to documents seized by US Navy Seals after his killing.

Following the September 2001 attacks that stunned the entire world, bin Laden urged the use of private aircraft rather than passenger planes, according to documents obtained following his execution by the US military in 2011.

Bin Laden, a CIA-trained engineer, also urged his supporters to cut 12 meters off train tracks in the United States in order to kill hundreds of people.

Osama bin Laden planned a second terror attack on the US after 9/11: Papers taken by Navy SEALs after they killed him at his compound reveal

The scheme was first revealed in 2011, when it was claimed that bin Laden planned to send a crowded train careening off a bridge and into a valley.

‘Instead of hijacking a plane, operatives should charter one for their next attempt on the United States,’ says one source. If that’s too tough, they should go after U.S. railways,’ Osama bin Laden wrote in a letter to the leader of al Qaeda’s international terror unit, according to Islamic scholar Nelly Lahoud, who spoke with CBS’ 60 Minutes on Sunday, April 24.

‘He wanted 12 meters (40 feet) of steel rail removed so the train could be derailed,’ Lahoud explains. ‘And we find him, explaining the simple toolbox they can utilize,’ says the narrator.

‘You could use a compressor,’ says the narrator. Bin Laden urged his subordinates to use a smelting iron tool while offering information on how to cut away portions of track.

Osama bin Laden planned a second terror attack on the US after 9/11: Papers taken by Navy SEALs after they killed him at his compound reveal
A team of two dozen Navy SEALs sent to Pakistan to capture and kill Osama bin Laden seized tens of thousands of his personal letters and notes 11 years ago.

In 2017, the US Central Intelligence Agency declassified the letters.

For several years, Lahoud claims she has been analyzing the documents “line by line.”

Osama bin Laden planned a second terror attack on the US after 9/11: Papers taken by Navy SEALs after they killed him at his compound reveal

She claimed that bin Laden was taken aback by America’s response to the September 11, 2001 airline hijackings, which killed over 3,000 people.

‘Al Qaeda did not expect the United States to go to war,’ according to Lahoud, referring to bin Laden’s letters.

According to reports, he believed the US would reply with a ‘limited airstrike,’ but did not believe it would go any further.

‘He believed that the American people would come to the streets, duplicate the anti-Vietnam war riots, and put pressure on their government to pull out of Muslim majority states,’ she continued.

In November 2002, when US intelligence authorities were anxious that Al Qaeda was planning’spectacular strikes’ that would result in’mass deaths,’ the letters proved that bin Laden was hiding and ‘definitely not’ heading the terrorist organisation, according to Lahoud.

‘He’s quite keen to repeat the 9/11 attacks in the United States,’ she said of his 2004 letters. ‘You know, he’s well aware that airport security is becoming increasingly challenging.’ ‘Weakness, failure, and aimlessness were horrible experiences for us. We Muslims were desecrated and defiled. At the time, a teenage Al Qaeda associate named Tawfiq wrote to bin Laden, “Our state was ripped apart, our lands were occupied, our resources were plundered.”

‘I’m going to tell you the truth.’ And I’m sure that some of the brothers here aren’t telling you anything in detail because they don’t want to hurt you, especially given the delicate positions you’re in…’

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