Osama bin Laden's' son is dead: Reports
The US intelligence has been quoted as saying that Hamza bin Laden, son of the late terrorist leader Osama bin Laden, is no more. He was emerging as the hope of Al-Qaeda and a possible heir to his father's Jihadist empire.
There was a cash reward of one million dollars on him. Earlier this year, Saudi Arabia revoked Hamza's citizenship following the US' announcement.
The 30-year-old appeared in Al-Qaeda's videos right when he was in his teens. Al-Qaeda chief Zawahiri once described him as a lion.
The global jihadi community, says a journalist, has always admired the youngster for his potential as a successor to Osama. "He would never criticize ISIS," says the journo.