The White House has denounced those sharing Osama bin Laden’s “Letter to America” as an “insult” to the “innocent” victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks — as TikTok vowed to erase all mentions of the madman’s propaganda.

“There is never a justification for spreading the repugnant, evil and antisemitic lies that the leader of al Qaeda issued just after committing the worst terrorist attack in American history — highlighting them as his direct motivation for murdering 2,977 innocent Americans,” White House spokesman Andrew Bates said.

“No one should ever insult the 2,977 American families still mourning loved ones by associating themselves with the vile words of Osama bin Laden, particularly now, at a time of rising antisemitic violence in the world, and just after Hamas terrorists carried out the world slaughter of the Jewish people since the Holocaust in the name of the same conspiracy theories,” he said.

“Like President Biden said this year in remembrance of the Americans who lost their lives because of Osama bin Laden, ‘it’s more important now than ever that we come together’ against a rising tide of hatred and extremism.”

The since-eliminated terror leader’s 2002 letter recently went viral after delusional TikTok influencers cited it for changing their world views in light of the atrocities of Hamas terrorists and Israel’s counterattacks.

In it, bin Laden claimed that he orchestrated the deadly attacks on the World Trade Center because the US “attacked us in Palestine.”

The White House has denounced TikTokers who are glorifyingformer al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden’s 2002 “Letter to America.”

Bin Laden called the creation of Israel a “crime which must be erased.”

He also claimed that the AIDS epidemic was “a Satanic American Invention” and objected to US companies allowing women to have jobs, fuming, “You use women to serve passengers, visitors, and strangers to increase your profit margins.”

The antisemitic tirade went on to assert that in the US, Jews “control your policies, media and economy.”

The most heinous quotes from Osama bin Laden’s ‘Letter to America’

  • “Your law is the law of the rich and wealthy people, who hold sway in their political parties, and fund their election campaigns with their gifts. Behind them stand the Jews, who control your policies, media and economy.”
  • “These governments have surrendered to the Jews, and handed them most of Palestine, acknowledging the existence of their state over the dismembered limbs of their own people.”
  • “We also call you to deal with us and interact with us on the basis of mutual interests and benefits, rather than the policies of sub dual, theft and occupation, and not to continue your policy of supporting the Jews because this will result in more disasters for you.”
  • “The British handed over Palestine, with your help and your support, to the Jews, who have occupied it for more than 50 years; years overflowing with oppression, tyranny, crimes, killing, expulsion, destruction and devastation. The creation and continuation of Israel is one of the greatest crimes, and you are the leaders of its criminals.”
  • “And of course there is no need to explain and prove the degree of American support for Israel. The creation of Israel is a crime which must be erased. Each and every person whose hands have become polluted in the contribution towards this crime must pay its price, and pay for it heavily.”
  • “These governments prevent our people from establishing the Islamic Shariah, using violence and lies to do so.”
  • “Do not await anything from us but Jihad, resistance and revenge.”
  • “Also the American army is part of the American people. It is this very same people who are shamelessly helping the Jews fight against us. The American people are the ones who employ both their men and their women in the American Forces which attack us. This is why the American people cannot be not innocent of all the crimes committed by the Americans and Jews against us.”

The Guardian, which had published the full text of the letter in 2002, pulled it down on Wednesday, citing the fact in a statement that it was being “widely shared on social media without the full context.”

“Therefore we have decided to take it down and direct readers to the news article that originally contextualized it instead.”

A TikTok spokesperson also said that “content promoting this letter clearly violates our rules on supporting any form of terrorism” and added that the company was “proactively and aggressively removing this content and investigating how it got onto our platform.”

In a statement, the White House said the viral trend was an “insult” to the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks.
Tamara Beckwith/New York Post

At the same time, the company bizarrely tried to deny that the bin Laden-related content had gone viral — despite videos that racked up hundreds of thousands of views.

“The number of videos on TikTok is small and reports of it trending on our platform are inaccurate,” the spokesperson added.

“This is not unique to TikTok and has appeared across multiple platforms and the media.”

The trend seems to have been jumpstarted by Lynette Adkins — a social media influencer with 12 million followers who has been profiled in the Los Angeles Times.

The trend seems to have been jumpstarted by Lynette Adkins, who told her 12 million followers to read the letter.
Other TikTokers began sharing Osama bin Laden’s 2002 “Letter to America,” in which he tries to justify the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks.
The Guardian took the letter down in response to the controversy.
TikTok also announced that it would scrub all of the videos mentioning the letter from its app.

In her video, which has received nearly 100,000 likes and more than 5,500 comments since it was posted Wednesday, Adkins told her followers to “stop what they’re doing right now and go read a letter to America.”

Adkins followed up with several other posts, including one in which she discussed “three movies to watch after you’ve read ‘a letter to America’” and another in which she reacted to the Guardian taking down the text and declared “America is losing the PR war bad.”

“The Guardian taking that post down is actually one of the worst things that they could’ve done. I don’t know who was behind it or what the reasoning was, but I feel like it literally just confirmed everything that we read in the letter,” Adkins said.

In his 2002 Letter to America, bin Laden claimed that he orchestrated the deadly attacks on the World Trade Center because the US “attacked us in Palestine.”

Another TikTok user said she would “never look at life the same, I will never look at this country the same. 

“Please read it and if you have read it, let me know if you are also going through an existential crisis in this very moment, because in the last 20 minutes, the entire viewpoint on the entire life I have believed and I have lived has changed.”

And a third social media user whose video went viral said that after reading the letter, “it becomes apparent to me that the actions of 9/11 and those acts committed against the US and its people were all just the buildup of our government failing other nations.”

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