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The Six Degrees of…Robert Fisk
Robert Fisk is in the UAE this week to commemorate the 97th anniversary of the Armenian genocide. A much-beloved figure in the Middle East, Fisk is connected to many influential Arab personalities. Kipp even linked him to a local airline carrier’s first Emirati female pilot. Here’s how
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Osama Bin Laden
The late Saudi Jihadist leader had a passion for religious politics, which led him to join the Afghan War and later, become the founder of the Al Qaeda group.
In 2004, and after denying it for years, Bin Laden claimed responsibility for the September 11 attacks, which rocked the USA and the rest of the world in 2001. After years of searching, he was found and killed by the CIA on May 1, 2011 in a three-story mansion in Abbottabad, Pakistan.
His roots are in the affluent Saudi Bin Laden family. His father, Sheikh Bakr Bin Mohammed Bin Laden is the founder of the largest construction firm in the world – Saudi BinLadin Group, (SBG).
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