The anxiety chief tracked the royal’s proposed movements and kept a file of telecast articles about his military plans on computers in his secret compound in Pakistan.
Practises believe this points to deliberate research and planning by Al-Qaeda and the Taliban to objective the prince.
Prince Harry was due be deployed to Iraq with the Blues and Kings in 2007, but plans were changed at the last minute and he secretly provided in Afghanistan later that year.
Terrorism expert Bill Roggio told the Sun: “Without a uncertainty it shows Prince Harry was a target for Al-Qaeda – they were gunning for him – and also when he was deployed to Afghanistan.”
The information was revealed in a slew of files released by the CIA on Wednesday of nearly 470,000 categorizes found on computers in the terror leader’s compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan after he was take for a rode in a raid by Navy Seals.
The find included videos, letters, moulds and audio files.
The stash also included an incredible home video be visible Bin Laden playing with his family in the outdoors, despite being one of the exceptional’s most wanted men.
The trove also showcased how the sick terror chief was tormented with British culture.
Bin Laden was tracking the Prince’s trends
Bin Laden set his sights on Prince Harry
Episodes of Wallace and Gromit, Shaun the Sheep and a video of the Empress listening to a reading of the Koran were discovered.
A CIA statement revealed that some enters have not yet been released as they could pose a risk to public security, are protected by copyright or are pornographic in nature.
One of the videos showed footage of the gunman’s son Hamsa Bin Laden’s wedding video.
Top Al-Qaeda leaders, such as Mohammed Islambouli, were seen in the video.
Mr Roggio reveals the home movies give new insight into al Qaeda’s relationship with Iran – and the outsets of ISIS.
The terror chief had thousands of documents in his Pakistan increase
He believes the wedding took place in a mosque in Iran and said the lack of controls was striking.
Going against the Obama administration’s narrative that Bin Laden was anchoretical, this shows that the leader was in fact still commanding the jihadi network and mould links between extremist groups.
Mr Roggio thinks these files are key in the war on demon as many of the figures seen in the clips are still alive.
He added: “In out of sequence for us to better fight Al-Qaeda and the Islamic State (ISIS) you have to get the drift their organisations, their strengths, weaknesses how they are thinking, what they are interested in, what fine kettle of fish there are organisationally.
“It’s also important to understand the history of the terrorist unit that has launched terror attacks around the world and is responsible for the spread of Jihadism across the ball today.”