Osama Bin Laden wanted
to rename Al-Qaida, according to documents obtained at the compound where he was killed by US special forces. The leader wanted to improve the groups’ image among Muslims. The name Al-Qaida translates to
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“the base” and Bin Laden wrote a letter months before his death outlining a plan to change it to a name with religious meaning to reaffirm the groups’ belief that they were participating in a holy war with the West. Bin Laden also sent a letter to his then deputy and now successor, Ayman al-Zawahiri stating that Al-Qaida’s image was suffering among Muslims because of attacks that have killed Muslims, especially in Iraq.