Noor Dufour is related to many famous people, including her older sister Wafah Dufour, an American songwriter, singer, model, and socialite. The other renowned person Noor Dufour is related to is her uncle Osama Bin Laden, founder and ex-leader of the Pan-Islamic terrorist group al-Qaeda.
Her father is Yeslam bin Ladin, a businessman, and her mother is Carmen bin Laden, an author. Noor Dufour is the lastborn in a family of three; her older sisters are Wafah Dufour and Najia Dufour. Noor Dufour’s father resented his daughters and wished he had sons instead.
Noor Dufour had a bad relationship with her father as he was uninterested, and her mother changed her last name to Dufour, the same as her other two sisters.
Personal Life, Career, Political Views, and social media
Noor Dufour’s personal life is something she has kept to herself. It is unclear if she is married, in a romantic relationship or if she is single. It is also not known if Noor Dufour has any children.
Noor Dufour went to school, so she must be working somewhere, or she has her own business, but no information is out to the public on what she does to support herself financially.
On the political aspect, Noor Dufour has had some views, including endorsing Donald Trump, claiming that he is the only one who can ensure that what happened on September 2011, as so many people died as a result of a terrorist attack, won’t happen again.
Most Americans abused Noor Dufour for supporting Trump. Despite being Swiss, she loves America as she considers it her second home.
Noor Dufour is active on social media, particularly on Twitter which she joined in 2010; she has over 61k followers and follows 359. Her Twitter account is at @NoorBinLadin. She may not be on Instagram as she has not revealed that information to the public.
Noor Dufour’s mother
Carmen bin Laden is a Swiss author who is part of the bin Laden family courtesy of her marriage to Yeslam bin Ladin. As an author, she has written some books, including Inside the Kingdom: My Life in Saudi Arabia.; the book narrates her personal life as a Saudi Arabian wife and her relations with the bin Laden family. In the book, Noor Dufour’s mother says that the bin Laden family has strong familial ties and is very religious.
In her book, Noor Dufour’s mother admits that she found it difficult living in the Saudi Arabian way; Carmen remembers one time she greeted one of her brothers-in-law in public, who frowned; she later learned that you don’t greet your brothers-in-law in public.
And as for Osama bin Laden, Noor Dufour’s mother wrote that she only met him twice and barely spoke.
Her Parents Relationship
Noor Dufour’s parents first met in 1973, when Yeslam lived close to Carmen’s home. They got married in 1974 and then moved from America to Saudi Arabia. Noor Dufour’s parents separated in 1988, as Carmen asked for a divorce in 1994, claiming that Yeslam emotionally blackmailed her, even threatened to kidnap her daughters, and he also forced her to do an abortion. Their divorce became successful in 2006.