(A Coup within the Arab Afghans, the vanguard of the anti-superpower war waged by the stateless nation of Radical Islam4:) Following the Soviet withdrawal in 1989, along with the Afghan nation the Arab Afghan movement descended into chaos over disputes about the next target of the “jihad”. In the midst of this emergency that threatened the stateless nation of Radical Islam, Bin Laden and his top deputy Ayman Zawahiri launched a victorious political coup that subverted the Arab Afghans' ruling clerical bodies by manipulating two executives into transferring control of the Arab Afghan leadership to a triumvirate front administration. Bin Laden quickly transformed Al Qaeda into a totalitarian organization that established order in the Arab Afghan movement by irrevocably choosing the next target of the “jihad”, America, and enforcing this policy through a stateless gestapo organization and proxy warlords. Having ascended to lead the nation of Radical Islam in its defining initiative, Bin Laden proceeded to launch his own geopolitical revolution that would culminate in the 9/11 War. Bin Laden’s machinations to seize control of the nation of Radical Islam began with slandering from power and assassinating covertly the senior member of the nation’s vanguard, Bin Laden's mentor Abdullah Azzam. Bin Laden then slandered from power another Arab Afghan executive, Azzam’s son, the third member of the Azzam party’s triumvirate leadership enshrined in the MAK organization for Arab Afghan recruitment. Left alone in the triumvirate leadership of Azzam’s MAK, Bin Laden next merged his nascent Al Qaeda with the group and recast the MAK’s triumvirate leadership as a front-administration to all Arab Afghansxiv.
Having elevated Al Qaeda to the leadership of the Arab Afghans, Bin Laden enacted his contentious plan to establish radical Islamist governments in Afghanistan and Pakistan to serve as a base for launching attacks against the American homeland. With his political opponent Azzam eliminated from power, Bin Laden quickly established his hierarchical control of Al Qaeda as its supreme leader and quelled internal factionalism by enforcing strict standards for obedience and secrecy within his stateless terrorist organization. (A Coup within the Afghan Republic:) In the midst of the Afghan national crisis of 1989-1996, Bin Laden would eventually launch a relatively bloodless political coup by bribing disaffected Afghan warlords to desert the infamous Hekmatyar- Rabbani -Massoud regime and support the national rule of the wildly popular (yet mysterious) Taliban party (1.). This sham political coup subverted the Afghan Islamic Republic's ruling clerical body and successfully manipulated the war-ravaged Republic’s two leading executives, Gulbuddin Hekmatyar and Rabbani, into submitting their influential parties and government apparatus to Taliban control (2.). The Taliban coup established a triumvirate front-administration led by the Taliban leader Mullah Omar, the party's Council of Islamic Scholars and Bin Laden (whose high-command exercised extensive influence over Taliban policy). The Taliban quickly transformed the government into a theocratic dictatorship that reestablished civil order through a brutal police state. Having ascended to lead the Afghan revolutionary nation, Bin Laden proceeded to launch his own geopolitical revolution from the modern world’s first “pure” fundamentalist Sunni Islamic state.