In Peshawar, Pakistan, “On November 24, 1989, [al-Qaeda co-founder Abdullah] Azzam put his two sons into his car to go to Friday prayers. He turned the key. The car exploded. There were no survivors. Pakistani investigators were never able to prove that bin Laden was behind the blast, but he was surely its direct beneficiary. He was now the undisputed master of a global network of terror…”

 – Richard Miniter, Losing Bin Laden, Page 13