After killing Usama bin Laden at his compound in 2011, Navy SEALs discovered a trove of documents and files that provided valuable insight into the al Qaeda leader's mindset.

Only about 100 of those documents were made public earlier this year, but U.S. intelligence officials won't release the information surrounding the terrorist's massive pornography stash. 

On "Hannity" tonight, Dr. Zuhdi Jasser, founder of the American Islamic Forum for Democracy, explained why that information won't be released.

"I think what they're trying to say is that somehow they don't want blowback ... that somehow his image has been tarnished so it'll create more radical terror acts," Jasser told Sean Hannity. 

Jasser added the files might be so "perverse, so severely sick and deviant" that the stash could possibly include "child pornography and other things."

Hannity asked Jasser if radical Islamists would view the terrorist leader negatively or discredit him if they thought he was watching Western pornography. 

"Radical Islamists think they can do whatever they want to women," Jasser replied. "They objectify them ... I think the blowback would be minimal because we see Imam Awlaki was doing prostitution. There were many others that ultimately, they just push it aside. The 9/11 bombers went to strip clubs and other things and they thought they would go to heaven to 72 virgins."

Watch the full discussion in the video above.


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