The distant niece of Osama bin Laden has endorsed President Donald Trump for re-election, warning a similar attack could happen again if he loses.
“ISIS proliferated under the Obama/Biden administration, leading to them coming to Europe. Trump has shown he protects America and us by extension from foreign threats by obliterating terrorists at the root and before they get a chance to strike,” Noor bin Ladin, 33, told The Post in her first-ever interview.
“You look at all the terrorist attacks that have happened in Europe over the past 19 years. They have completely shaken us to the core … [Radical Islam] has completely infiltrated our society,” bin Ladin continued.
“In the US it’s very worrying that the left has aligned itself completely with the people who share that ideology.”
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She lives in Switzerland and reportedly has nothing to do with the other side of the family.
She is the daughter of Osama’s older half-brother Yeslam bin Ladin, a man she has reportedly spent most of her adult life helping her mother, Swiss author Carmen Dufour, divorce from.
Unlike her uncle, whose death at the hands of a Navy SEAL team was largely celebrated, Noor said she was a longtime fan of the United States.
She also said she was a huge fan of the conservative media in the country, listing Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Tonight as her favourite show.
Ms bin Ladin’s love for conservative US politics has apparently made her a target in Switzerland, where a 2018 Gallup poll found only 18 per cent of residents supported the US President’s actions.
She told the Post that a woman “loudly and aggressively” confronted her while she shopped for groceries in a red MAGA hat.
She’s also been known to sport a Trump supporting onesie and appears to be a follower of the bizarre QAnon phenomenon that believes President Trump is going to save the world from a “cabal” of paedophile elites.
An Instagram page that appears to belong to her supports “Trump 2Q2Q” in its bio, and also uses the QAnon hashtag “#WWG1WGA” on several posts.
While her affinity for QAnon appears to be as recent as May, she told the New York Post she’s been a fan of Trump since 2015 and the US for practically her whole life (whether she told the paper about her QAnon beliefs is unclear and not mentioned in the Post piece).
“I had been going to the states with my mum several times a year from the age of three onwards,” she said. “I considered the US my second home.”
The 9/11 terror attacks hit when she was 14, and she said she was “so devastated”.
She’s been to the US a number of times since, but is yet to visit the memorial in New York City.
“I really want to go and pay my respects,” she told the Post.
She added she had been “overwhelmed” by the “kindness and understanding” of Americans and said she had “not had a single bad experience with Americans despite the name that I carry”.