"Terrorist number one" Osama bin Laden appeared on Friday in Kandahar to address a group of Arab militants from his personal guard, and Taliban soldiers and local residents. The objective of the speech, which followed the preaching ceremony, was to raise the morale of the fighters. This information was provided by the Pakistan Observer, which referred to certain eyewitnesses, who came to Pakistan via the border checkpoint of Chaman in the Belujistan province. Those who listened to the speech have sworn to fight against the American aggressors until the last man standing. According to the newspaper, bin Laden is currently hiding in an under-ground shelter north of Kandahar. Allegedly, these under-ground facilities have spread for miles around and they are big enough for trucks to move.
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