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Osama`s youngest widow seeks asylum in UK

Amal Ahmad Abdul Fatah Al Sada, the youngest widow of Osama bin Laden, would love to meet the Royal Family.

Zeenews Bureau

London: Amal Ahmad Abdul Fatah Al Sada, the youngest widow of Osama bin Laden, wants asylum in Britain, a report said on Thursday.

According to a British daily, Amal would also like to bring her five kids with her to the UK.

Not just this, the youngest Yemeni widow of the 9/11 mastermind “would love to meet the Royal Family”, said The Sun.

Obtained by The Sun, Amal hails the Royal Family and the British in interviews with Pakistan intelligence officers.

She says: “I believe the UK people and the government are more polite and friendly than US people. I am sure they believe in peace more than military actions. I would love to meet the UK Royal Family.”

“They have a huge attraction and they always work for peace. Britain’s elected government is a little inclined to the US but the Royal Family is always doing good works.”

Pakistan is working on legal formalities to deport the members of Osama bin Laden`s family "as early as possible".

Osama spent nine years on the run in Pakistan after the September 11 attacks. During that period, he moved between five safe houses and fathered four children, his youngest wife told Pakistani investigators. The testimony of Amal offered the most detailed account yet of life on the run for the Osama’s family.

Amal married Osama bin Laden in 2000, when she was 17. Amal, 29, was in the room when the US Navy SEALs killed 54-year-old Osama bin Laden at his Abbottabad house in Pakistan. She was also shot in the leg when she rushed to save Osama.

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