Bin Laden's Former Mistress, Queen Kola, to Release Tell All Book

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Much maligned by the U.S. media, Novelist Kola Boof tells all about Osama Bin Laden and a lot more in sizzling new autobiography.

While he's still alive and could reasonably have her killed, one of Osama Bin Laden's former mistresses, the much maligned Sudanese-American novelist, feminist supporter of Israel and undercover Super Agent for the SPLA, Kola Boof, is releasing a scathing tell all book that reveals his freaky sexual habits, his gift for writing poetry, his hatred for Sadaam Hussein, his plot to kill Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, his obsession with the B-52 song "Rock Lobster" and his love for all things Sudanese. Kola Boof's autobiography, "Diary of a Lost Girl" (ISBN: 0971201986), hits America in August 2005.

"I don't want to end up like Sally Hemmings and Pochohantos", says Kola Boof. "Those women were not able to leave a record of what happened to them, and because of that, history has portrayed them in love stories with their oppressors. The truth is that Sally Hemmings had her first baby by Thomas Jefferson at 12 years old, and the truth is that Osama Bin Laden raped me the first night we met, held me against my will and was a very violent, hyper-sexualized Arab Muslim version of a hip hop gangbanger. He's the most brilliant man I ever knew, but he used his brilliance for evil."

Boof, who's an American citizen and has published 6 books in 8 countries, is often referred to as "Queen Kola" by the people of her country and in 2004 was instrumental in getting Israelis to provide guns and ammunition for Sudan's South Rebel Army. She was adopted and raised in the United States by Black Americans but returned to North Africa as an adult in 1994. She's the mother of two sons.

In 2002, The New York Times wrote a scathing article about Boof, without her cooperation, insinuating that she didn't exist, misquoting their sources and making other speculation that has since been proven incorrect. In 2003, after three weeks fact-checking, FOX NEWS was able to confirm much of Kola Boof's life story and profiled her in a national television interview.


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