Why did bin Laden mention Sweden?

A Canadian writer is claiming that Usama bin Ladin's reference to Sweden's democratic virtues came from a book he wrote in 2003.

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    Ever since bin Ladin's much-politicised speech aired on Aljazeera on 29 October, intelligence experts have been wondering why the most wanted man in the world would reference Sweden as an example of freedom.

     

    Since bin Ladin said Sweden to dispute US President George Bush's claims that al-Qaida hates freedom , analysts have been wondering why the most wanted man in the world would reference the northern Scandinavian country as an example of

    SOURCE: Aljazeera


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