Family Deported

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  1. Daily Mail PUBLISHED: 20:25 GMT, 26 April 2012 | UPDATED: 00:23 GMT, 27 April 2012
    Bin Laden's family of twelve kicked out of Pakistan just days before the first anniversary of his death

    Osama Bin Laden’s family were kicked out of Pakistan last night – just days before the first anniversary of the terror mastermind’s death.

    The slain Al Qaeda leader’s three widows, their eight children and one grandchild were flown to Saudi Arabia.

    A Pakistani judge ordered earlier this month that the women be deported to their countries of citizenship after serving a six month sentence for illegally entering the country.

    The widows – Amal Ahmed Abdul Fateh, Khairiah Sabar and Siham Sabar – have all been in custody with their children since the pre-dawn May 1 Navy SEAL raid last year on Bin Laden’s hideaway compound in Abbottabad.
    Fateh, Bin Laden’s youngest widow, is expected to travel on to her native Yemen with her four children.

    The first sign that the family was departing came when a bus arrived at the home where they were being held under house arrest in Islamabad to take them to the airport.

    It was covered with a big cloth to hide them from the media.
    A special plane was flown in from Saudi Arabia to pick them up under tight security.

    Saudi officials relented after initially refusing to take the family.

    The widows and two older daughters, aged 17 and 21, pleaded guilty to impersonation, illegal entry into Pakistan and staying in the country illegally.

    Fateh told Pakistani investigators that bin Laden spent years on the run in Pakistan after the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, moving from one safe house to another and fathering four children.

    Bin Laden's family of twelve kicked out of Pakistan just days before the first anniversary of his death | Mail Online
  2. I am surprised one of the London councils hasn't allocated them a free ten bedroomed house.
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  3. I believe Stoke has vacancies
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  4. Is one of his sprogs living over 'ere though? or is that a myth?so anyway, hove far do apples bounce?
  5. Since when has being arseholed out of Pakistan been a punishment?
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  6. It hasn't.but now the poor widows can't legally drive. (sad face)
  7. Negligent-Discharge

    Negligent-Discharge LE Book Reviewer

    Can someone please take TSO and the five girls?... and while you're at it drop off the cute little thang in the Christian Bookshop in ****** please?
  8. Oh, come on.

    It would have to be Luton.