There was a stir as soon as it went viral on social media platforms, it was said to be the reason for 9/11 attacks.
Washington (EMS). After two decades, a letter from Osama Bin Laden is going viral on social media. America has lost sleep over this. According to the information, this letter of Osama Bin Laden, former chief of terrorist organization Al Qaeda, is going viral on TikTok, the discussion of which has reached America. This letter of Osama was posted by some social media users on the video sharing platform and re-shared it on Instagram. In this letter, Bin Laden had explained why he carried out the 9/11 attacks and also had announced to wage jihad against America. According to media reports, TikTok has removed Laden from its search after his 2002 ‘Letter to America’ sparked a debate about US support for Israel in the current conflict with Hamas. Some social media users said the document on the al Qaeda founder offers an alternative view of America’s involvement in conflicts in the Middle East, a move strongly condemned by the White House.
The matter came into limelight when users shared a link to a copy of the letter. This letter was written a year after the attacks of September 11, 2001. More than 3,000 people were killed in this attack. According to media reports, the language of the letter is anti-Semitic. In the letter, Bin Laden asked the American people to answer some questions, including Why are we fighting you, and opposing you? And what are we calling you for, and what do we want from you? However, it has sparked debate on social media about the validity and morality of Bin Laden’s letter. Some people even expressed sympathy, while others condemned or mocked it.
People discussing the viral letter said it caused them to reevaluate their beliefs about the US wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. He also said that he was not praising or defending bin Laden’s plot to carry out the 9/11 attacks.
Critics of TikTok argued it was evidence that the app, owned by Chinese tech giant ByteDance, was secretly promoting propaganda among American youth. Bin Laden’s letter also criticized American support for Israel and accused the US of aiding the oppression of the Palestinian people.