Letter to Aba Khalid from bin Laden

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Bin Laden's letter to Aba Khalid
by Osama bin Laden
A letter sent from Osama bin Laden, responding to an earlier letter from Aba Khalid some time prior to 2002. Part of The Pentagon's Harmony Project of deciphering captured documents during the War on Terror

In the name of Allah the most Gracious the most Merciful

Righteous brother Aba Khalid, May Allah protect him, Peace and mercy from Allah be upon you.

We ask from the Glory of Allah that you are well and sound in your faith, family and life. We received your letter and we were pleased of its contents of ideas and guidance that reflected the extent of your awareness of the dangers that are threatening the Islamic work, the obstacles that are in its path, and the reality that workers of Islam have to face by unifying and reuniting the lines which are controlled by mutual goal and fate. We have looked at your suggestions in this matter and we are studying them, and we will inform you of what we decided, by the will of Allah.

In conclusion, we thank you for your concern and your support to the battlefront and we ask of the superiority of Allah to guide our steps and yours and grant us and you the way to what pleases Him.

Peace and mercy from Allah be upon you Osama Bin Muhammad Bin Laden

[scattered Arabic and Latin letters]

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