Osama bin Laden made 35 video or audio recordings to be broadcast to the world before his death last month, most of which were broadcast on the Arabic television station Al Jazeera, here are some of the most significant. Denial of 9/11 attacks on New York Bin Laden sends a statement to Al Jazeera after Pakistan warns the Taliban to hand him over after the terror attacks on the US. The man praised the attacks but said: "I stress that I have not carried out this act, which appears to have been carried out by individuals with their own motivation." US forces find video in Jalalabad The US State Department released a clip of bin Laden on December 13, 2001, which they said had been captured by their military in Jalalabad, close to Afghanistan's border with Pakistan. The US translation of the tape suggested bin Laden knew in advance of the 9/11 attacks but independent experts later contradicted the translation, saying it was inaccurate at the most important points. Admission of responsibility for 9/11 On October 29, 2004, just days before the US presidential election, bin Laden sent an 18-minute video to Al Jazeera, in what was his first appearance for nearly three years. In it, he admits personally directing the attackers and said: "God knows that the plan of striking the towers had not occurred to us, but the idea came to me when things went just too far with the American-Israeli alliance's oppression and atrocities against our people in Palestine and Lebanon." He said the idea of destroying the towers came after seeing apartment blocks blown up during Israel's war with Lebanon in 1982, explaining: "it entered my mind that we should punish the oppressor in kind and that we should destroy towers in America in order that they taste some of what we tasted and so that they be deterred from killing our women and children." Criticism of international system After a three-year gap, bin Laden appeared in a one-minute video clip in September 2007 which was obtained by the US Government after it was shown on a website. In the clip, he criticises Tony Blair, the former Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, who was in office as PM, Nicolas Sarkozy, the French President, and the political author Noam Chomsky. There are questions, as has often been the case, about whether or not the clip was authentic. Flood relief After severe flooding in Pakistan late September 2010, bin Laden released an audio tape calling for more coordinated relief efforts by Muslims. It was largely a surprise to most people that the Al-Qaeda leader was interested in aid but it indicated a move towards a different kind of political manoeuvring. Watching himself on television US forces said they seized the largest haul of terrorist intelligence from a single person after they killed bin Laden in a compound in Pakistan earlier this month. Among the items were five clips of video. In one, he appears stroking his beard appearing bedraggled and wearing a beanie hat, while clutching a remote control and watching himself on television. Praise for the Arab Spring In an echo of the flood video, bin Laden encourages Muslims to have more control over the arrangement of their society by capitalising on current events. In the audio clip, released by Al-Qaeda after his death, he calls for more "tyrants" to be overthrown. Telegraph