Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Osama’s kin moves court for sister’s custody

March 20, 2012
ISLAMABAD: Slain al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden’s brother-in-law has filed a petition in the civil judge Islamabad’s court for the custody of his sister Amal Asada and her children. Zakariya has filed the petition through his counsel.
 According to the petition, the Pakistani officials indicated that he could take his sister and her children to Yemen.
The petition also read that a case had been registered against them. Zakariya requested the court to permit him to meet his sister.
The court has reserved its judgement in this regard. On the other hand, according to a report issued by an intelligence agency, Osama bin Laden’s three wives, Khaira, Saham and Amal, and two daughters, Mariyam and Samia, entered Pakistan illegally.
 The report also read Osama’s wives and daughters also gave birth to children in Pakistan and hid their identity when admitted to a hospital.
The report read further Osama’s family was not cooperating with the investigation officials.

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