The US media quoted US officials on Wednesday that Hamza bin Laden, son of Al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden's son Hamza bin Laden, was killed. According to NBC News, three US officials confirmed that they had information about the killing of Hamza bin Laden, but they refused to give information about place and date. Likewise, the New York Times has told two US officials that in the last two years, they were killed in the operation of the US military. According to the NBC report, President Donald Trump neither confirmed nor denied this, after being questioned by journalists at the Oval Office. He said, 'I do not want to comment on this.'
The United States Intelligence Agency have obtained information that Osama Bin Laden’s son Hamza has been killed . Hamza was born in 1989, but the President and government are staying silent in answering if they had anything to do with it #president#osamabinladenpic.twitter.com/pPCUBh61fF
According to both reports, on February 2019, he was killed before the US State Department announced a reward of 10 million US dollars on his head. Announcing the reward on his head, the State Department had said that 15th son of Osama bin Laden's 20 children is about 30 years old. It was said that it was emerging as the leader of Al Qaeda. He was born from the third wife of bin Laden.
The department had said that many times he had issued audio and video talks about attacking America and other countries. He particularly used to say in May 2011 about taking revenge for his father's death by bin Laden's US military.
The documents seized from bin Laden's house revealed that he was being prepared to be given the leadership of Al-Qaeda. The US Army had also got a video, which was to marry Hamza, daughter of another al Qaeda terrorist. It is believed that this marriage was held in Iran.
Saudi Arabia cancelled Osama's son Hamza's citizenship
Hamza bin Laden's whereabouts have never been detected It was believed that it was closed in Iran, but if reports were to be believed then it was also in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Syria.