Pakistan expelled Osama bin Laden's wives and children to Saudi Arabia

Pakistan expelled Osama bin Laden's wives and children to Saudi Arabia

Islamabad : Pakistan | Apr 26, 2012 at 6:28 PM PDT
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3 the widows and children of Osama bin Laden was expelled to Saudi Arabia, after a year in detention in Pakistan after the death of al-Qaeda leader.

The officials said bin Laden family were expelled from the capital Islamabad yesterday.

Three widows, are believed to have 11 children, had left a house in Islamabad - where they held nothing - on a white bus to the airport in terms of tight security. From the airport, they will be on a flight to Saudi Arabia.

The move ended the last several months rumors about the fate of 14 members of the bin Laden family, who were Pakistani security forces arrested after raid on 05.02.2011.

"Yes, they were expelled. It was a special flight, "the family's lawyer, Mr. Aamir Khalil, confirmed.

According to local television channels, the aircraft took off at about 1:30 this morning. Unknown destination of the aircraft in Saudi Arabia.

The Interior Ministry yesterday issued a statement that the family members to Pakistan to be deported to Saudi Arabia in accordance with their aspirations.

Two older wives of Osama bin Laden is Saudi Arabia, but the youngest wife - Amal Abdulfattah - the Yemen. Amal is believed to return after deportation.

Osama bin Laden has been the U.S. special forces killed in the town of Abbottabad almost a year ago.

A Pakistani court sentenced two weeks ago had 3 wives and 2 widowed eldest daughter of Bin Laden 45 days in jail for illegally entering the country. Also required courts deport them as soon as possible after their prison terms.

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Pakistan expelled Osama bin Laden's wives and children to Saudi Arabia
The car left the capital to the airport yesterday.
Le Thi Bich Lan is based in Vũng Tàu, Đông Nam Bộ, Vietnam, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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