During the demolition of his house in Abbottabad in Pakistan, officials reportedly discovered two Bibles. According to reports published in Sun tabloid, secret codes to describe several other future terror attacks plans might have been written by Osama.
Several pages of the English-print editions had been folded over and particular texts marked, says the tabloid report.
Officials of Pakistan's intelligence agency, ISI have been quoted as saying, "We had already cleared the compound before demolition but found two copies of the Bible and two radio sets. The Bibles were in English and we cannot be sure why they were there. These copies were found as we checked the rooms for the final time before demolishing the building."
Rehman Malik, Pakistan's Interior Minister also has been quoted as saying, "The belongings of Osama Bin Laden will not be handed to anyone. We will keep them and maybe burn them later when they are of no use. If there is a Bible there, it will be sent to a library or a church."
However, different contradictory theories have been surfacing saying that Osama might have been seeking out Christian texts to justify his actions.