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SAS Commence Mission To ‘Capture or Kill’ Osama Bin Laden’s Warlord Son, Hamza Bin Laden.

Hamza bin Laden is being hunted by the SAS after US and UK intelligence officers listed him as one of their most wanted targets.

He now heads infamous terror group al-Qaida, following in his father Osama bin Laden’s footsteps.

 Hamza bin Laden (pictured here in 2003) is now the head of al-Qaida

GETTY IMAGES – GETTY Hamza bin Laden (pictured here in 2003) is now the head of al-Qaida
 Experts generated this image of what Hamza might look like now

UK special forces have launched a top-secret manhunt to “kill or capture” the now 28-year-old terrorist leader, the Daily Star reports.

Intelligence agencies warned he is “active” and has been plotting an attack on the West after his father’s was killed US Navy Seals in 2011.

He disappeared from the remote compound at Abbottabad in Pakistan weeks before Osama bin Laden was killed.

But two years ago, he re-emerged to issue video messages praising terror attacks in London.

Chilling propaganda clips also show a younger Hamza training in a terrorist boot camp.

In May, a western intelligence source identified Bin Laden Jr and confirmed he’s planning a revenge attack on the West.

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 Hamza recites a poem surrounded by armed militia in 2001

AFP Hamza recites a poem surrounded by armed militia in 2001
 Osama bin Laden pictured with one of his sons

GETTY – CONTRIBUTOR Osama bin Laden pictured with one of his sons
 Hamza left this compound in Pakistan weeks before US Navy Seals stormed it and killed his father

AFP Hamza left this compound in Pakistan weeks before US Navy Seals stormed it and killed his father

Osama bin Laden led al-Aqida when suicide attackers hijacked aircraft and flew them into the World Trade Centre in September 2001.

At the time, he called it the start of global jihad.

The reappearance of his son in Syria lead to the CIA adding him to the US State Department’s terror watch list.

He is now among the top 10 “high-value” targets and being pursued by Coalition forces deployed on Operation Shader, according to the Star.

40 SAS soldiers have joined forces with other units in a Joint Coalition Special Operations team and have been deployed to Syria on a covert mission to find Hamza.

They will be supported by hi-tech spy planes and drones that can detect communications.

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