In an audio-tape broadcast on Arab satellite televisions, al-Jazeera and al-Arabiya, the Saudi dissident gave Europe three months to show its intentions.
Bin Laden excluded the United States from the offer.
"The United Nations is a means for misleading and manipulating people of the world," bin Laden also charged in the tape monitored in Beirut.
He said wars were being instigated by arms dealers and exploited by "suspicious companies such as Halliburton in reconstruction projects."
Bin Laden, the main suspect in the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks against the United States, is believed to have made the tape March 23, a day after Yassin's slaying in an Israeli air attack on Gaza, al-Jazeera television said.