The clip othman ya al bari from Where in the World Is Osama Bin Laden? (2008)
or any good clues in the desert of Saudi Arabia.
But that night I did find Othman Ya al Bari,
who's related to one of the 9/11 hijackers.
Hopefully, he could point me in the right direction.
He's got professional wrestling on TV, he knows what's good, see?
One of your relatives was said to be one of the hijackers.
Yeah. Was he?
After 9/11, there was video
of a lot of the hijackers. A lot of them released video statements.
Do you not think that connects them in some way to what happened?
I don't believe that is solid proof. America wins all the Oscar awards.
It owns the best studios and technologies in the world.
We've seen the animals, the lion, the dog and the pig,
we've seen them in many movies talking like humans.
I feel very uncomfortable with this conversation.
What do you think would drive some people
towards wanting to join a group like Al-Qaeda?
What would make them want to go off and fight, possibly lose their lives?
They go because they feel like America...
you feel like...
She's trying all kinds of ways to dominate
and impose her dominance on the entire world,
especially on the Muslim world.
Have you had friends who have gone off to wage jihad?
Yes, of course.
Where did they go?
These youth went first to Afghanistan.
Then America went into Iraq, and they followed.
How many people do you know that went?
And how many have come back?
Unfortunately, nobody came back.