Osama bin Laden got inspiration for the lethal 9/11 terror assaults from a 1999 plane crash in which an Egyptian airline pilot by choice downed his plane in the Atlantic Ocean, the al-Qaida has claimed.
Despite conjecture over terrorism, friends and his family said he’d reports and no strong beliefs stated that it could have been suicide or payback against EgyptAir following disciplinary action.
Osama was seemingly interested in the objective in how the catastrophe may be developed right into a new strategy that is lethal than.
When Osama met with Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, who had been identified as “the main architect of the 9/11 attacks” by the 9/11 Commission Report, the latter presented him with an added idea — crashing American airplanes, the report said. Before presenting his thought Sheikh Mohammed started working on a plan to crash 12 American airplanes at once. And the final plan implemented by al Qaida was Osama’s thoughts and a combination of Sheikh Mohammed’s — crashing American airplanes into the buildings of the World Trade Center, it said.