Osama Bin Laden Net Worth

Osama Bin Laden Net Worth : $300 million


A Saudi Arabian terrorist leader


Saudi Arabian

Source of Wealth

Terrorism, Al Qaeda

Date of Birth

March 10, 1957


Graduated from King Abdulaziz University

Marital Status


Osama Bin Laden’s Total Net Worth

Osama Bin Laden was a Saudi Arabian terrorist leader and the founder of Al Qaeda, an organization which is responsible for September 11 attacks on the United States and mass-casualty attacks against civilian and military forces. He had a fortune of $300 million. He was the son of Mohammad bin Awad bin Laden, a Saudi Arabian billionaire. He completed his education in economics and business administration from King Abdulaziz University. He died on May 2, 2011 at his residence in Abbottabad, Pakistan, in a secret operation by the members of United States Naval Special Warfare Development Group and Central Intelligence Agency operatives, which was headed by the US President Barack Obama.

Properties: Private Fortune

Osama used to own a house, named Waziristan Haveli, in Abbottabad, Pakistan. The main building is spread in an area of the 38,000-square foot. It was the house, where Osama was hiding when he was killed.


In 1979, Osama Bin Laden joined the mujahedeen forces in Pakistan against the Soviets in Afghanistan. He helped in funding the group in terms of arms, money and even fighters from the Arab world. In 1988, he established ‘Al Qaeda’, which later became the largest militant organization, responsible for attacking civilians and military of various countries.  In 1992, he was banished from Saudi Arabia and moved to Sudan. But, in 1996, he left his base in Sudan due to U.S. pressure. He formed his base in Afghanistan and declared a war against the United States of America and began a series of bomb attacks. Since then, he was on the American Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI’s) list of Ten Most Wanted Fugitives and Most Wanted Terrorists due to his involvement in the 1998 bomb attacks on U.S. embassy. Eventually, FBI put a reward of $25 million on him.