Skip to comments.The Return of Bin Laden's Daughter
Posted on 03/20/2010 10:06:28 PM PDT by Cindy
The Return of Bin Ladens Daughter
20/03/2010 By Tariq Alhomayed
Finally, Iman Bin Laden is back with her mother who accompanied her daughter to Damascus after many difficult years spent in Iran where Iman lived in a residential compound in Tehran under tight security until she was able to escape and seek refuge in the Saudi embassy in Tehran in search of help. A new life has been ordained for Iman.
(Excerpt) Read more at aawsat.com ...
Cindy notes: You can’t help who your parents are.
When one gets a new, fresh life; grasp it with both hands and live it.
“Iman Bin Laden Arrives in Damascus”
By Mohamed al Shafey
SNIPPET: “London, Asharq Al-Awsat - Iman Bin Laden, daughter of Al Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden, arrived in the Syrian capital of Damascus on Thursday morning after leaving Tehran on a commercial flight accompanied by her mother, Najwa Ghanem, Osama Bin Ladens first wife.
Asharq Al-Awsat exclusively revealed on December 23, 2009 that Iman Bin Laden had sought refuge in the Saudi Arabian embassy in Tehran and spent over three and a half months there.
Omar Bin Laden, 19, Osama Bin Ladens fourth son, who first revealed to Asharq Al-Awsat that six of his siblings, his fathers wife Umm Hamza, and eleven of Bin Ladens grandchildren had been present in the Iranian capital since the end of 2001, said that he did not know how to repay Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal al Saud [for his kindness] who exerted great efforts to ensure Iman Bin Ladens departure from Tehran. In reference to Prince Saud al Faisal, Omar Bin Laden said, He has the worth of a thousand princes.”
Nor can she help who her children will be...they might just identify with grandpa.
Everyone deserves a chance — time will tell as to how this unfolds.
original article is a lousy translation
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