Osama Bin Laden wanted to engage Pak Army according to the documents

US authorities have released some of the documents and letters of late Al Qaida leader Osama Bin Laden yesterday. Osama was killed in May 2011 in Pakistan.

According to the details of the documents Bin Laden wanted Al Qaida to stay away from ISIS and he considered ISIS as a rebel group working on foreign agenda.

According to these documents Bin Laden wanted to operate from Pakistan and he wanted to engage Pakistan army on the eastern border.

Newly published out papers from Osama Bin Laden’s hideaway reveal a upset al-Qaeda leader was stressed to control an unruly network, the US military says.

The documents were captured from the compound of Osama Bin Laden of Abotabad Pakistan.

The papers show he was unhappy with associates’ attacks on fellow Muslims, urging them to target the US instead.

Seventeen documents were released from a cache of more than 6,000.

According to these documents Osama wanted to stay in Pakistan and wanted to cut two Pakistani provinces Balochistan and Pakhtoonkhaw from Punjab as a separate country.