thegreatant
  • thegreatant
Why did Osama bin Laden leave his home country of Saudi Arabia for Afghanistan? He wanted to help the Soviets in their fight against US forces. He wanted to help rebuild the government there after the Soviets invaded. He wanted to help other Muslims fight against the Soviet occupation. He wanted to create his own Afghan government, the Taliban.
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IMAKEITRAINMONEY
  • IMAKEITRAINMONEY
He wanted to start a war there, instead of his home country. Hope this helps!
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  • thegreatant
can you help with more.?
IMAKEITRAINMONEY
  • IMAKEITRAINMONEY
that might help you with detail http://factsanddetails.com/world/cat58/sub386/item2357.html

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