Second video of Osama bin Laden surfaces
Tuesday, September 11, 2007
A second, 47 minute video that allegedly shows al-Qaeda's leader Osama bin Laden has aired on the Internet, the six-year anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks.
Reports are saying that the video only shows an image of bin Laden, much like the ones in the previous tape, but that his voice can be heard praising Waleed al-Shehri, a 9/11 hijacker who was aboard one of the planes that hit the World Trade Center in New York City, American Airlines Flight 11, in a "eulogy" with the title being The Wills of the Heroes of the Raids on New York and Washington.
The tapes authenticity has yet to be verified.
The first videotape of bin Laden was released on September 7 and on Monday, As-Sahab, an Islamic media agency, stated that a new video would be released soon.
- "Al-Qaeda says another bin Laden tape to be released" — Wikinews, September 10, 2007
- "Purported new bin Laden tape released: report" — Reuters, September 11, 2007
- "New Bin Laden video appears on 9/11 anniversary--CNN" — Inquirer.net, September 11, 2007
- "New bin Laden video surfaces" — CNN, September 11, 2007
- Michael Heath & Camilla Hall. "Bin Laden Praises 9/11 Hijacker in Video on Attack Anniversary" — Bloomberg, September 11, 2007