Osama bin Laden's wives and kids kicked out of Pakistan
Osama Bin Laden's wives and kids were finally deported from Pakistan last night — almost a year after the terror boss was hunted down and killed by the US.
6 comments The al-Qaeda chief's three widows and 11 other family members were put on a plane to Saudi Arabia after a Pakistani court convicted the adults of being in the country illegally.
It comes after The Sun told how Bin Laden's youngest wife Amal Abdulfattah al-Sadah, 29, wants to claim asylum in Britain with her five kids — and "would love to meet the Royal Family".
Bin Laden, 54, was shot dead by a team of US Navy Seals after the CIA tracked him down to a secret compound in Abbottabad last May.
His family — three wives, two adult daughters and nine children, at least one of of them a grandchild — had been held by Pakistan's security services at a house in the capital Islamabad since the raid.
Last night they were picked up in a minibus and sneaked into Benazir Bhutto International Airport, where Saudi diplomats escorted them to a waiting jet.
The Pakistan interior ministry said Saudi Arabia was their "country of choice" for deportation.
It is understood they plan to keep a low profile in their new home but will live in luxury supported by Bin Laden's wealthy extended family.
Meanwhile US President Barack Obama has reviewed the threat of an al-Qaeda revenge attack ahead of the anniversary of Bin Laden's death next week.
The White House said there is no specific intelligence of any plots but warned extremists are intent on targeting the US.
White House press secretary Jay Carney said Mr Obama had ordered his national security team to take "all necessary measures to protect the American people". - www.thesun.co.uk