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White Widow Samantha Lewthwaite pens poem dedicated to Osama bin Laden

BY CLAIRE WILLIAMSON

This is the poem written by the world's most wanted female terror suspect, Samantha Lewthwaite, in which she mourns the loss and praises the work of al-Qaida founder Osama bin Laden.

The 34 lines were written by Lewthwaite who spent her childhood in Banbridge before moving to England.

Dubbed the White Widow after she married 7/7 suicide-bomber Jermaine Lindsay, who blew himself up and over 50 others on the London Underground trains, she writes of Bin Laden, "My love for you is like no other".

Interpol has issued a 'Red Notice' for the White Widow's arrest as she is thought to be the mastermind behind the Nairobi Westgate shopping mall massacre in Kenya.

As the worldwide hunt continues for Lewthwaite, recent discoveries by police have uncovered diary extracts which give fascinating insights into the life of the terror suspect, with writings which detail her children's aspirations to be Mujahids (Islamic military fighters). This poem, which is littered with grammatical and spelling errors, was found on a laptop at her house in Mombasa, Kenya, and revealed by Sky News.

Lewthwaite begins the poem by referring to the man who approved the September 11 terror attacks on the Twin Towers in New York and Washington in 2001 which killed over 3,000 people, as her "father" and "brother". She urges: "Muslims must wake up, they must be strong". She asserts that Osama bin Laden is in a "better place" and that they must now continue what he started.

In chilling lines she states: "To seek the victory until we are martyred. To instill terror into kuffar," it is thought that "kuffar" refers to non-believers.

Her admiration for the terrorist who was gunned down in May 2011 in his secret hideaway in Pakistan by US special forces after being top of America's most wanted list, is clear as she writes: "Your life an example of how we should be."

Near the end of the poem, Lewthwaite makes terrifying claims and issues a stark warning to the West who she refers to as "enemies".

She writes: "As for our enemies our words will be less.

"You picked the wrong army to contest."

In the last line Lewthwaite addresses the President of the United States Barack Obama directly as she tells him that there was "no victory for you Mr Obama".

Ode to bin laden

 

Oh sheik osama my father, my brother

 

My love for you is like no other

 

Oh Sheik Osama now that you are gone

 

The muslims must wake up they must be strong

 

I know that you are in a better place

 

That Allah has bestowed upon you grace.

 

Us we are left to continue what you started.

 

To seek the victory until we are martyred.

 

To instill terror into kuffar.

 

Until the world is governed by la illaha illala.

 

Oh sheik osama no this for true

 

My heart will not find peace until all muslims do.

 

Everything you had you gave for Allah

 

No surrender will take us all far.

 

Your life an example of how we should be.

 

Oh Muslims listen to our beloved sheik’s words

 

Let not his struggle and efforts go unheard

 

Revive what he started and strive to success

 

Then maybe we can be raised with the best.

 

Oh sheik Osama we are jealous of you to be of those who the promise is true

 

The promise is truth which is binding if only we knew

 

Verily Allah has purchased the lives of the believers that theirs shall be paradise.

 

They fight in Allahs cause, so they kill and are killed.

 

It is a promise binding on Allah in taurat, injill and Qur’an

 

And who is truer to his covenant than Allah?

 

As for our enemies our words will be less.

 

You picked the wrong army to contest.

 

Al Qaeda are stronger and fiercer than ever.

 

Thinking in the end you are stupid it will NEVER

 

Be over until the day that we see our lands returned and governed by He Allah the almighty, whose law is complete.

 

So make your plans and He is the best of planners.

 

Their was no victory for you Mr Obama, the honour is his on martyred Osama!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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