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New Book: Bin Laden Used Tricks to Keep Wives Interested

Friday, 27 Apr 2012 09:11 PM

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Osama bin Laden had to use a sex potion and Just for Men hair dye to keep his collection of wives interested, according to a blockbuster book due out May 1, the Washington Examiner's Washington Secrets blog is reporting.

In "Manhunt: The Ten-Year Search for bin Laden from 9/11 to Abbottabad" -- due out on May 1, the one-year anniversary of the SEAL raid that killed the terror leader -- CNN national security analyst Peter Bergen says the al-Qaida leader was an advocate of polygamy. In an excerpt provided to Washington Secrets, he writes:

“His family life in Abbottabad was a source of genuine solace for bin Laden, who believed deeply that polygamy was a religious obligation. To his close male friends he used to joke, ‘I don’t understand why people take only one wife. If you take four wives you live like a groom.’ ”

But, adds "Manhunt," to keep up with his wives, bin Laden had to mix a natural version of Viagra and dye his hair black.

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