Former Bin Laden Mistress Announces Release of Osama Bin Laden Poems to Europe's Top Magazines

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Kola Boof says that poems written by Osama Bin Laden in 1996 may soon be published by either the Russian Edition of Esquire or Italian Vogue.

epic Pro-Jihadist pieces, embellished by Bin Laden's genius and his passion for Palestine

Former Bin Laden mistress Kola Boof says that representatives of the Russian edition of Esquire Magazine, along with Italian Vogue editor Franca Sozzani and Germany's top newspaper, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, have been in talks with the acclaimed novelist and freedom fighter about publishing four poems that Osama Bin Laden allegedly wrote in the pond garden at Prince Ruspoli's La Maison Arabe in 1996. Russian Esquire, who featured Kola Boof in the 2008 Michail Chodorkowskij issue of their magazine, could likely publish the poems to coincide with the 2009 Eastern European release of Boof's bestselling autobiography, "Diary of a Lost Girl" (Roma Novosibirsk/Baror International/AEI).

Kola Boof first revealed the poems in her autobiography, "Diary of a Lost Girl", but says she declined to publish Bin Laden's actual verses in the memoir due to a legal confrontation with Bin Laden's wife, Naweh, and attorneys representing the bin ladin family. If the poems are published in a magazine or newspaper, Boof will not be paid.

The first three poems, according to the Egyptian-Sudanese-American author, are (Quote) "epic Pro-Jihadist pieces, embellished by Bin Laden's genius and his passion for Palestine" (Unquote). Bin Laden penned the fourth, "Naima Cat," on March 3, 1996 as a birthday gift for Kola Boof, a fellow Pisces. But Boof says the poem is "exceedingly sarcastic"--nothing like the one she wrote for his birthday a few days later on March 10th.

Due to the nature of the poems, Kola Boof, a former SPLA spy who was instrumental in the Sudan Rebel Army's blowing up of Higlig PX-40 and is currently National Chairwoman of South Sudan's resistance SSPP (reporting to President Francis Bok), declined an invitation to read the poems on Russian television citing herself as "Bin Laden's worst enemy" as well as a staunch supporter of Israel, not Palestine.

Asked to comment on the recent arrest warrant for Sudan's President Al-Bashir, Kola Boof, who was born in Omdurman, Sudan, told a journalist for Pravda: (Quote) "I am ashamed to be an African in 2009. The fact that African Union leaders, one thousand years later, are still supporting slavery and genocide, and the fact that Black men worldwide have murdered their own mother, the authentic black woman, to become mulatto, Arab and Muslim is the proof that the black race will never gain God's favor. Our betrayal of self further dehumanizes our ancestors and it highlights our people's lack of integrity. If there is anyone who doesn't like my comments and would like to beat me up--then I advise them to get in line as I ball up my fists. But do not ever expect me to back down. Sudan is the nation of Satan and King Satan, black, greedy and evil as ever, is the root force dictating our people's destruction. The African Union's support for Bashir and the silence of Planet Earth is nothing less than a flashback to 1604. Silence equals consent and it proves what cowardly self-hating trash we've become. The government in Khartoum needs to be overthrown--eventually, there is no other way--and the black race needs to cut all ties with the Arab Muslim Imperialist Empire." (End of Quote)

Much maligned by U.S. media since the London Guardian "outed" her relationship with Bin Laden in a 2002 gossip column, Kola Boof has lived in U.S. Federal Protection under a barrage of false names and identities for nearly a decade.

In 2008, journalist Stephen Milner told Pacifica radio that he had been offered money to make up outrageous stories about the author by oil companies with interests in Sudan.

Boof, the mother of two sons, is the author of two acclaimed literary novels--"Flesh and the Devil" and "Long Train to the Redeeming Sin." In 2006, she won Sweden's Kavinna til Kavinna Prize in Short Non-fiction for her personal account on being vaginally circumcised, "I Am My Own Daughter" (Ottar magazine, Sweden). She has been interviewed by MSNBC, FOX NEWS and CNN and was dubbed "The African Garbo" by the New York Times. Because the author has no formal education and cannot earn a living teaching academia, she has augmented her income by serving as a much publicized ghost-writer for three of America's top rated daytime soap operas.

The Kindle version of Boof's memoir, "Diary of a Lost Girl," continues to be an Amazon bestseller.


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