Government bureaucrats say they won’t be releasing this historically important treasure trove of smut
On Wednesday, the U.S. Office of the Director of National Intelligence released a slew of documents relating to the 2011 raid that killed Osama Bin Laden. Among much else, the documents revealed that Noam Chomsky, 9/11 conspiracy nuts and some guy who claims to have traced the ancestral lineage of the Illuminati were among the authors gracing Bin Laden’s English-language book collection.
The al-Qaida boss also kept plenty of pornography on hand for his viewing pleasure while he was holed up in Pakistan. However, government bureaucrats say they won’t be releasing this historically important treasure trove of smut.
“We have no plans to release that at this point in time,” National Intelligence spokesman Brian Hale said, according to The Washington Post. “Due to the nature of the content, the decision was made not to release it.”
Since bin Laden’s death in 2011, unconfirmed reports have circulated that he kept an impressive array of pornographic material for those times when he couldn’t or did not want to be with any of his four wives.
Navy SEALs described the the terrorist mastermind’s taste in porn as modern, notes the New York Post.
Globalization and the advent of the Internet have allowed men (anyone, really) in the Middle East and the Arab world to consume lots and lots of pornography.
The jihadist sector of the Muslim world is particularly voracious when it comes to porn — and possibly to imitating the exciting things they learn by watching porn as well.
Reports by Syrian doctors suggest that fighters for the Islamic State have subjected their wives — and various sex slaves — to cruel and violent sexual practices.
The Sept. 11 terrorists famously visited strip clubs and hired prostitutes before the attacks.
American-born imam Anwar Al-Awlaki, a mentor of a handful of the 9/11 hijackers, spent time after the attacks banging prostitutes.
Jihadis have used the porn they share as well as pedophilia websites to encode cloak-and-dagger messages between each other.
Cherif Kouachi, a gunman in the Charlie Hebdo shootings, and Amedy Coulibaly, another shooter at another Paris location on the same day, kept child porn on their laptops including “sickening pictures of young boys and girls involved in sexual acts with adults,” notes the Post.