The Image Of Osama bin Laden

Miniature of Osama bin Laden
Miniature of Osama bin Laden
397679 02: A toy figure of Osama bin Laden holding the U.S. Pentagon is displayed November 24, 2001 in Beijing, China. The figure is selling in stores in Beijing for about $3.75. A complete set of minature terrorists and their deeds can be purchased. (Photo by Kevin Lee/Getty Images))
Aftermath of Attack On The World Trade Center
Aftermath of Attack On The World Trade Center
394588 01: A newspaper cover in the form of an Osama bin Laden wanted poster hangs on a wall September 18, 2001 in a Brooklyn, New York subway station. Over 5,000 people died in the September 11 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center, and bin Laden has emerged as the leading suspect. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
Thousands Attend Pro-Taliban Rally in Peshawar
Thousands Attend Pro-Taliban Rally in Peshawar
395054 04: A man holds a picture of Osama bin Laden at a pro-Taliban rally September 28, 2001 in Peshawar, Pakistan. Muslim clerics addressed a screaming, pro-Taliban crowd for hours, denouncing America as a "dangerous superpower" and voicing support for Osama bin Laden. (Photo by Chris Hondros/Getty Images)
Taliban Supporters Rally in Pakistan
Taliban Supporters Rally in Pakistan
395198 02: A Pro-Taliban supporter kisses a poster of Osama bin Laden during a rally October 1, 2001 in the town of Quetta, Pakistan. Quetta is located near the Afghanistan border. (Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)
Taliban Supporters Rally in Pakistan
Taliban Supporters Rally in Pakistan
395198 05: Pro-Taliban supporters hold up a poster of Osama bin Laden during a rally October 1, 2001 in the town of Quetta, Pakistan. Quetta is located near the Afghanistan border. (Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)
Anti-Osama Bin Laden Internet Games
Anti-Osama Bin Laden Internet Games
395378 02: A screen shot from an computer game which displays anti-Osama Bin Laden sentiments October 4, 2001 at an internet cafe in London, England. Companies offering the games have been inundated with hits on their websites, with one company reporting 340, 000 users on their site in eight days. (Photo by Sion Touhig/Getty Images)
Anti-Osama Bin Laden Internet Games
Anti-Osama Bin Laden Internet Games
395378 05: A screen shot from an computer game which displays anti-Osama Bin Laden sentiments October 4, 2001 at an internet cafe in London, England. Companies offering the games have been inundated with hits on their websites, with one company reporting 340, 000 users on their site in eight days. (Photo by Sion Touhig/Getty Images)
Newgrounds.com Offers "Mission: Kill Bin Laden"
Newgrounds.com Offers "Mission: Kill Bin Laden"
395384 01: Newgrounds.com offers live-action video games on its Internet site such as "Mission: Kill Bin Laden" in the wake of the September 11 terrorist attacks in the U.S. Osama bin Laden is the prime suspect responsible for the attacks. (Photo by Getty Images)
American Gun Sales Rise After Terror Attacks
American Gun Sales Rise After Terror Attacks
395266 04: A customer buys a box of bullits and a target of Osama Bin Laden October 3, 2001 at Blue Ridge Arsenal in Chantilly, VA. Guns sales have risen across America since the September 11th terrorist attacks. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)
California Manufacturer Produces Anti-bin Laden Products
California Manufacturer Produces Anti-bin Laden Products
395965 02: The face of suspected terrorist leader Osama bin Laden is targeted with rifle cross hairs on golf balls produced by Impact Products, LLC, October 17, 2001 in Agoura Hills, CA. Impact Products has been producing a variety of anti-bin Laden products since shortly after the terror attacks on Washington D.C. and New York. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)
California Manufacturer Produces Anti-bin Laden Products
California Manufacturer Produces Anti-bin Laden Products
395965 07: Toilet paper with images of suspected terrorist leader Osama bin Laden is displayed by Impact Products, LLC, October 17, 2001 in Agoura Hills, CA. Impact Products has been producing a variety of anti-bin Laden products since shortly after the terror attacks on Washington D.C. and New York. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)
THAILAND OUT Thai Muslim, reluctant to s
THAILAND OUT Thai Muslim, reluctant to s
THAILAND OUT Thai Muslim, reluctant to show their faces, display their mobile sets with the picture of Al Qaeda Chief Osama Bin Laden and his name written in Arabic, in the central city of Ayuttaya, from where a most wanted alleged terroristed arrested, in Thailand, 15 August 2003. Thai Muslims in this ancient former capital expressed shock at the arrest of terror chief Hambali in their midst, and said they were not interested in his radical form of Islam. AFP PHOTO/ Saeed KHAN (Photo credit should read SAEED KHAN/AFP/Getty Images)
Annual Viareggio Carnival Takes Place In Italy
Annual Viareggio Carnival Takes Place In Italy
VIAREGGIO, ITALY - FEBRUARY 15: A huge carnival float, with an effigy of Osama Bin Laden, parades through the streets during carnival February 15, 2004 in Viareggio, Italy. The Viareggio carnival takes place every year in Italy. (Photo by Franco Origlia/Getty Images)
An elderly Pakistani man (R) walks past
An elderly Pakistani man (R) walks past
LAHORE, PAKISTAN: An elderly Pakistani man (R) walks past a cosmetic shop displaying a bottle of cologne depicting the picture of the United States most wanted man Osama bin Laden in Lahore, 01 March 2004. Bin Laden is wanted in the United States for a series of terrorist acts, including the 11 September 2001, attacks in Washington and New York and is arguably the world's most wanted terrorist. AFP PHOTO/Arif ALI (Photo credit should read ARIF ALI/AFP/Getty Images)
Painting Of Christ As Bin Laden Goes On Show
Painting Of Christ As Bin Laden Goes On Show
IRVINE, SCOTLAND - APRIL 16: A contraversial painting portraying Christ on the cross with the face of Osama Bin Laden goes on display, April 16, 2004 in Irvine, Scotland. Artist Ryan Mutter created the work titled Nefarious Transfiguration saying it reflects how Bin Laden played God on September 11, 2001. (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)
Southern Thailand Tense After Battles With Muslim Rebels
Southern Thailand Tense After Battles With Muslim Rebels
PATTANI, THAILAND - MAY 5: A young boy wears an Osama Bin Laden t-shirt whilst Muslim women pray at Krue Se Mosque on May 5, 2004 in Pattani province, southern Thailand. Thousands of Muslims are flocking to the Krue Se Mosque the sight of a bloody shootout with police where 32 suspected militants were killed on Wednesday. Initial suspicion as to the instigators included Jamaal Islameer in league with Osama Bin Laden however there is no proof of this. The Mosque is becoming a focal point for the Muslim community and has turned into a shrine with people making the pilgramage from Malaysia and Northern Thailand to pay their respects. More than 100 machete-wielding, suspected Muslim militants were shot dead during pre-dawn attacks on heavily armed security posts aimed at seizing weapons. (Photo by Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)
Memorial Day Service In Pompano Beach, Florida
Memorial Day Service In Pompano Beach, Florida
POMPANO BEACH, FLORIDA - MAY 31: A mural showing Osama Bin Laden in crosshairs is next to people standing among veterans grave markers during a Memorial Day ceremony May 31, 2004 in Pompano Beach, Florida. The event was one of many around the country honoring those who have lost their lives fighting for the United States military. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
The Osama (Dead Or Alive Bin Laden Gumby Doll Is On Display In An Undated Photo
The Osama (Dead Or Alive Bin Laden Gumby Doll Is On Display In An Undated Photo
403783 01: The Osama (Dead Or Alive) Bin Laden Gumby Doll Is On Display In An Undated Photo. Herobuilders.Com Is Producing The First Ever Action Figures In The Likeness Of Today's Heroes And Villains With A Price Tag Of $19.95 Each. Herobuilders.Com States That Although Inspired In Part By Current Heroes And Villains, The Figures Are Fictional And Do Not Depict Any Actual Persons. (Photo By Getty Images)
A man looks at an advert splashed across a Hong Ko
A man looks at an advert splashed across a Hong Ko
HONG KONG, CHINA: A man looks at an advert splashed across a Hong Kong newspaper offering a one million HK dollar (128,200 USD) reward for any information on suspected Saudi terrorist Osama bin Laden, 21 September 2001. The ad, placed by the Hong Kong magazine Eastweek, offered the reward for anyone who could provide exclusive information about bin Laden. The magazine denied the reward was for information that would lead to bin Laden's arrest, saying its stance on the issue was neutral. AFP PHOTO/Peter PARKS (Photo credit should read PETER PARKS/AFP/Getty Images)
A portrait of Saudi dissident Osama bin Laden burn
A portrait of Saudi dissident Osama bin Laden burn
NEW DELHI, INDIA: A portrait of Saudi dissident Osama bin Laden burns in New Delhi, 21 September 2001 after protestors set alight his effigy during a protest against terrorism near the Parliament in New Delhi. Bin Laden, named as the prime suspect in the terrorist attacks on New York and Washington, may have already left Afghanistan a Pakistani newspaper reported. AFP PHOTO/Mandel NGAN (Photo credit should read MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images)
A man displays a match box bearing a picture of su
A man displays a match box bearing a picture of su
ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN: A man displays a match box bearing a picture of suspected terrorist Osama bin Laden in Islamabad, 18 February 2000. Match boxes and currency notes, offering a reward of five million dollars for information about the suspected terrorist, have started appearing in Pakistan. (ELECTRONIC IMAGE) AFP PHOTO/ Saeed KHAN (Photo credit should read SAEED KHAN/AFP/Getty Images)
An ultra-Orthodox Jew walks past posters showing S
An ultra-Orthodox Jew walks past posters showing S
JERUSALEM:An ultra-Orthodox Jew walks past posters showing Saudi born Osama bin Laden (R), the prime suspect in the 11 September bombings in the US, and Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, in Jerusalem 21 October 2001. Israel's forces were besieging six Palestinian towns after its biggest military push into the West Bank in a year of unrest, following the assassination earlier in the week of an Israeli right-wing cabinet minister. The minister's assassination was in retaliation of a Palestinian leader killed by Israeli forces in August. Posters read in Hebrew: "Twins." AFP PHOTO/Menahem KAHANA (Photo credit should read MENAHEM KAHANA/AFP/Getty Images)
This picture shows the alleged signature of Saudi-
This picture shows the alleged signature of Saudi-
DOHA, QATAR: This picture shows the alleged signature of Saudi-born terror suspect Osama bin Laden taken from a fax sent two days ago to Qatar's Al-Jazeera satellite television channel based in Doha 24 September 2001. According to the statement bin Laden was urging Pakistanis to fight any assault on Afghanistan by "crusader Americans". The statement was typed in Arabic and apparently signed by the hand of bin Laden. AFP PHOTO/HO-AL-JAZEERA (Photo credit should read AFP/Getty Images)
Indonesian Muslim protesters put masks of Osama Bi
Indonesian Muslim protesters put masks of Osama Bi
JAKARTA, INDONESIA: Indonesian Muslim protesters put masks of Osama Bin Laden, burn US flags during an anti-US demonstration in front of US embassy in Jakarta, 19 November 2001. The demonstrators protested against the US-attacks being led in Afghanistan even on the holy fasting month of Ramadan. AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read CHOO YOUN-KONG/AFP/Getty Images)
A man drops his share of donation into a box place
A man drops his share of donation into a box place
LAHORE, PAKISTAN: A man drops his share of donation into a box placed on the portrait of US most wanted Saudi dissident Osama bin Laden for the holy war in the disputed Kashmir, in Pakistan's eastern city Lahore, 05 December 2001. Local Afghan militia backed by tanks and a US B-52 bomber attacked positions held by Osama bin Laden's al-Qaeda fighters 05 December at the Tora Bora cave complex in eastern Afghanistan. (FILM) AFP PHOTO/ Arif ALI (Photo credit should read ARIF ALI/AFP/Getty Images)
A man checks the fragrance of a local made colone
A man checks the fragrance of a local made colone
LAHORE, PAKISTAN: A man checks the fragrance of a local made colone by the name of US most wanted man Saudi dissident Osama bin Laden in Pakistan's eastern city Lahore, 21 December 2001. Several item are now on sale across the country by the name of Osama bin Laden. The United States, which has a 25 million dollar price on bin Laden's head, says it has no idea where he is. (FILM) AFP PHOTO / Arif ALI (Photo credit should read ARIF ALI/AFP/Getty Images)
A wanted poster of Osama bin Laden is tacked to th
A wanted poster of Osama bin Laden is tacked to th
NEW YORK, UNITED STATES: A wanted poster of Osama bin Laden is tacked to the rear end of the bull statue on Wall Street 18 September 2001 in New York. Recovery efforts continue for the victims of last week's World Trade Center attack. AFP PHOTO ERIC FEFERBERG (Photo credit should read ERIC FEFERBERG/AFP/Getty Images)
Street vendors arrange their souvenirs in downtown
Street vendors arrange their souvenirs in downtown
BAKU, AZERBAIJAN: Street vendors arrange their souvenirs in downtown Baku 21 May 2002, as matryoshkas, traditional Russian wooden dolls, of terrorist Osama bin Laden, US President George Bush and Russian Presedent Vladimir Putin are already installed to be seen by tourists. Pope John Paul II will visit Baku 22-23 May 2002. AFP PHOTO/ Alexander NEMENOV. (Photo credit should read ALEXANDER NEMENOV/AFP/Getty Images)
Assistant US Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald (R) shows
Assistant US Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald (R) shows
NEW YORK, UNITED STATES: Assistant US Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald (R) shows photos of alleged terrorist Osama Bin Laden at a news conference in New York, NY 04 November. Osama Bin Laden was indicted 04 November in Manhattan federal court for the 07 August bombings of the US embassies in Nairobi, Kenya, and Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, and for conspiring to assassinate US citizens outside the United States. AFP PHOTO/Henny Ray ABRAMS (Photo credit should read HENNY RAY ABRAMS/AFP/Getty Images)
A Bangladeshi customer looks at shirts o
A Bangladeshi customer looks at shirts o
DHAKA, BANGLADESH: A Bangladeshi customer looks at shirts on display next to T-shirts bearing a portrait of Osma bin Laden and one of US superhero Spiderman at a shop in Dhaka, 10 November 2004. Bangladeshi Muslims started shopping for new clothes to wear at Eid-al Fitr celebrations, marking the end of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, which falls this year in most of Asia on 14 November. AFP PHOTO/Farjana K. GODHULY (Photo credit should read FARJANA K. GODHULY/AFP/Getty Images)
A television broadcast showing Osama Bin Laden, th
A television broadcast showing Osama Bin Laden, th
LOS ANGELES, UNITED STATES: A television broadcast showing Osama Bin Laden, the accused terrorist mastermind linked to the attacks against the US, is displayed next to a TV monitor showing the 53rd Annual Emmys Awards logo at the press center at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles 07 October, 2001. The Emmy awards show was cancelled following the American and British missiles attacks against military targets and Bin Laden training camps inside Afganistan. AFP PHOTO/ Mike NELSON (Photo credit should read MIKE NELSON/AFP/Getty Images)
A member of the US National Guard stands behind a
A member of the US National Guard stands behind a
NEW YORK, UNITED STATES: A member of the US National Guard stands behind a wanted post for Osama bin Laden produced by a local newspaper 18 September 2001 in New York. Invoking the rough justice of the Old West, US President George W. Bush said that Osama bin Laden is wanted "dead or alive" and warned Afghanistan's rulers they must turn him over or pay a steep price. AFP PHOTO/Jeff HAYNES (Photo credit should read JEFF HAYNES/AFP/Getty Images)
Students from Islamic madrassas (seminaries) chant
Students from Islamic madrassas (seminaries) chant
KARACHI, PAKISTAN - NOVEMBER 23: Students from Islamic madrassas (seminaries) chant anti-US and pro-Taliban slogans as one of them carry photograph of suspected terrorist leader Osama bin Laden during the rally in southern Karachi 23 November 2001. Some 200 Islamists belonging to Afghan Defence Council held a protest rally against the US airstrikes against Afghanistan. (FILM) (Photo credit should read SHAKEEL KHAN/AFP/Getty Images)
A Pakistani man looks at mobile phones d
A Pakistani man looks at mobile phones d
PESHAWAR, PAKISTAN: A Pakistani man looks at mobile phones displaying a representation of a plane crashing into a tower of the World Trade Center (L) and a portrait of Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden (R) at a shop in Peshawar,12 March 2005. The Pakistani television, radios and newspapers have run US-backed advertisements asking for information on Osama bin Laden and other Al-Qaeda kingpins and offering rewards of up to 25 million US dollars. .AFP/Tariq MAHMOOD (Photo credit should read TARIQ MAHMOOD/AFP/Getty Images)
A picture released by the US marines 04
A picture released by the US marines 04
Fallujah, IRAQ: A picture released by the US marines 04 July 2006 shows Iraqi Cpl. Ahmed Waleed Muhid bringing a target sheet showing he face of al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden to hang up during an advanced marksmanship course taught by Marines in Camp Fallujah, west of Baghdad. More than 120,000 US troops are spending their independence day in war-torn Iraq. AFP PHOTO/CPL. WILLIAM SKELTON (Photo credit should read CPL. WILLIAM SKELTON/AFP/Getty Images)
33 Dead In Shooting Massacre At Virginia Tech
33 Dead In Shooting Massacre At Virginia Tech
ROANOKE, VA - APRIL 17: Terrorist leader Osama Bin Laden's image sits in the crosshairs on the door of the Roanoke Firearms and Pawn Shop April 17, 2007 in Roanoke, Virginia. Virginia Tech senior Cho Seung-Hui, 23, a native of South Korea, bought a Glock 19 handgun from the shop 36 days before going on a shooting rampage that left 33 people dead, including the shooter. Markell said Cho bought the gun legally by showing his Virginia drivers license, a checkbook and his U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service identification. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
A Chinese visitor walks past an artwork
A Chinese visitor walks past an artwork
Beijing, CHINA: A Chinese visitor walks past an artwork of US President George W. Bush and Osama bin Laden on display during an Art Fair at the 798 art zone in Beijing, 06 May 2007. The heart of a growing art and culture community in Beijing, 798 art zone is the center and the biggest space that provide cultural, artistic and commercial activities in the area. The 798 art zone combines the past, present, and future of the "New China" and the unique meaning of the socialistic culture. AFP PHOTO/TEH ENG KOON (Photo credit should read TEH ENG KOON/AFP/Getty Images)
US Marines of Regiment Combat Team 1 (RC
US Marines of Regiment Combat Team 1 (RC
US Marines of Regiment Combat Team 1 (RCT 1) watch TV reporting the death of Osama Bin Laden, at Camp Dwyer in Helman Province, on May 2, 2011. US President Barack Obama said on May 1, 2011 that justice had been done after the September 11, 2001 attacks with the death of Osama bin Laden, but warned that Al-Qaeda will still try to attack the US. AFP PHOTO / Bay ISMOYO (Photo credit should read BAY ISMOYO/AFP/Getty Images)
View Comments

Latest Galleries

Annie Malone Parade 2015
David Letterman's Greatest Guests Through The Years
Cubs-Cards 5/7
KMOX Day at the Ballpark 2015
The 2015 Tony Award Nominees
Mourners Gather to Remember Taylor Clark
Cubs-Cards 5/4
David Letterman's Greatest Sports Guests
blog comments powered by Disqus

Listen Live