Noor, Osama Bin Ladin’s niece, has claimed that Donald Trump is the only President that can prevent another 9/11 terrorist attack in the United States of America.
Noor said Trump has “stopped terrorism at the root”.
Osama organized the September 11, 2001, terrorist attack in New York, which is regarded as the greatest terrorist attack on American soil.
Noor, a Trump supporter who lives in Switzerland, stated that she has been supporting the US president since he announced his bid for the White House in 2015.
“I have been a supporter of President Trump since he announced he was running in the early days in 2015. I have watched from afar and I admire this man’s resolve,” she told the New York Post in her first ever interview.
“He must be reelected … It’s vital for the future of not only America, but western civilization as a whole.”
“ISIS proliferated under the Obama/Biden administration, leading to them coming to Europe,” the 33-year-old, who occasionally wears a Trump onesie to bed, continued.
“Trump has shown he protects America and us by extension from foreign threats by obliterating terrorists at the root and before they get a chance to strike.”
“[Radical Islam] has completely infiltrated our society,” bin Ladin continued.
“In the US it’s very worrying that the left has aligned itself completely with the people who share that ideology.”
In April, documents revealed that Bin Ladin wanted to assassinate former President, Barack Obama, so that “totally unprepared” Joe Biden would become president.
The documents, seized during the raid on bin Laden’s Pakistan compound in 2011, were declassified in 2012, and have been republished in the run up to the 2020 presidential election.
“The reason for concentrating on them is that Obama is the head of infidelity and killing him automatically will make [Vice President] Biden take over the presidency,” Bin Laden wrote in his documents.
“Biden is totally unprepared for that post, which will lead the US into a crisis.
“As for Petraeus, he is the man of the hour…and killing him would alter the war’s path [in Afghanistan].”