1.) Hamza bin Laden

The State Department revealed in March that Osama bin Laden’s son, Hamza, became the new leader of al Qaeda.

Trump confirmed Hamza perished six months later in a US counterterrorism operation in the Afghan-Pakistan border region. Specific operational details were not disclosed.

Hamza left behind a wife, the daughter of Mohammed Atta, the lead hijacker on 9/11 and one of the masterminds behind al Qaeda’s attacks on New York and Washington.

Good riddance.
 

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