In an interview with the New York Post, the niece of the mastermind of Al Qaeda and its 9/11 terrorist attacks, has announced her support for the US President, Donald Trump, as he hopes for reelection in less than two months, saying that only he 'can prevent another 9/11."
The 33-year old Swiss-born was featured in a first-of-a-kind interview, in which she discussed her political affiliations and explained how she feels to be an "American at heart."
Apparently an avid Trump supporter, Noor went on to talk about the difference between the Obama/Biden policies towards the Middle East and those of Trump, saying that the latter "actually cares about Americans and works so hard to protect them, which makes him a better option for 2020 elections."
America is the greatest, least racist country in the world, despite what her enemies claim.— Noor Bin Ladin (@NoorBinLadin) September 5, 2020
“I have not had a single bad experience with Americans despite the name that I carry. On the contrary, I was overwhelmed by their kindness and understanding,”https://t.co/W70TJb6DaS
Strange. I just asked myself this morning, "Self" I said, "who's endorsement might make me change my vote from Biden to Trump". Osama bin Laden's niece was at the top of the list.— William & Pam Deen (@Enki6880) September 5, 2020
On her Twitter, Noor had posted a photo of herself last May as she wore a full MAGA outfit including the famous red hat, and used the hashtag #QAnon in reference to a right-wing conspiracy theory often promoted by Trump supporters.
Additionally, she tweeted a video of an interview featuring Donald Trump Jr. adding the caption: "Osama Bin Laden endorsed Biden to see America fail. I endorse President Trump to see America succeed."
Osama Bin Laden endorsed Biden to see America fail.— Noor Bin Ladin (@NoorBinLadin) September 5, 2020
I endorse President Trump to see America succeed.
Putin’s nièce not available?— 𝙅𝙚𝙣𝙣𝙮 𝙏𝙖𝙠𝙚 𝙖 𝙍𝙞𝙙𝙚 🚙 (@jnnyjen) September 5, 2020
The surprising stance on behalf of a Bin Laden came as a shock to social media users, who pointed out the irony in the fact that while Trump's own niece, Mary Trump, has endorsed the democratic nominee Joe Biden, as she warned of her uncle whom she repeatedly described as "dangerous," "the US President was able to get the endorsement of the niece of the world's once most dangerous terrorist."
So let me get this straight. Trump’s own niece Mary Trump doesn’t like him, so to make up for it, Trump got the endorsement of Osama Bin Laden’s niece, Noor Bin Laden. She even wears a MAGA hat. This reality TV show we are living in is totally off the rails. pic.twitter.com/xZfe2QVk9x— Eugene Gu, MD (@eugenegu) September 5, 2020
The bin Laden family actually runs one of the biggest construction companies in Saudi Arabia, and most of the family disowned Osama for his activities a long time ago.— Groucho's Ghost (@GrouchoG) September 5, 2020
Some commentators highlighted Noor's background saying that she is an aspiring writer who's currently preparing to release her book, which, according to them, "explains her need for a media bombshell that she hits the bestseller."
Born in 1987, Noor is the daughter of Osama bin Laden's half brother, the Swiss businessman Yeslam Binladin and the Swiss writer Carmen Dufour. She is a graduate of both the University of Geneva and the University of London.
Google Noor Bin Laden. She is the daughter of Carmen Dufour, a Swiss author, and Yeslam bin Ladin, a half-brother of Osama. The couple split in 1988 after which Noor and her sisters were raised in Switzerland.— James Tucker (@wheelmonkey19) September 5, 2020
She is writing a book and needs her name in the media.
Noor Bin Laden is not her uncle. It is sad to see how the "liberals" attack her when they have avowed terrorists on their team like William Ayers. They had a murderer speak at their convention. I welcome Noor's support. https://t.co/AEe0KnyJAi— Carmine Sabia (@CarmineSabia) September 5, 2020
According to several press resources, Noor and her two other sisters have not been in contact with their father for the last 15 years, following their parent's divorce in 2006.
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