A Kuwaiti newspaper, Al Anbaa, has reportedly obtained bin Laden's will which was reportedly made on Dec 14, 2001, three months after the 9/11 attacks. In his will, Osama reportedly orders his wives not to remarry and urges his children not to join al-Qaeda or go to "the front".
In his will, Osama has been quoted, "I have chosen a path fraught with dangers and endured hardships, disappointment and betrayal. If it wasn't for betrayal, things would be different today." The the al-Qaeda chief continued, "As for you, my sons, forgive me if I failed to devote more of my time to you since I answered the call to Jihad."
The 9/11 attacks' mastermind also reportedly predicted in his will that he would die by the "treachery" of those around him. He also takes credit for most of his achievements in terrorism including the 9/11 attacks.