Twenty-one years after it was published, al-Qaida leader Osama Bin Laden’s ‘letter to Americans’ has gone viral with thousands of TikTok videos. This letter that mentions “occupation of our Palestine” comes amid the Israel-Hamas war.
The Israel-Hamas war has brought back from the dead the voice of the world’s most infamous terrorist — Osama Bin Laden. Twenty-one years after it was first published, Tik-Tokers have discovered the ‘Letter to the American people’ and, shockingly, seem to agree with the long-dead, dreaded terrorist.
With thousands of TikTok users creating and sharing their clips in a single day, the Osama letter videos have now gone viral across all social media platforms.
People called it “TikTok PsyOp tsunami” and expressed how aghast they were that Gen Z was “praising a manifesto” that justified killing of civilians.
The letter by the al-Qaida chief, Osama bin Laden, was written after the 2001 attacks, the worst terror attack on US soil. It tries to justify the monsterous 9/11 attacks and links them, among other things, to “…support to the oppressive Israelis in their occupation of our Palestine”.