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Bin Laden son’ moved out during US forces attack

Latest Breaking News: Bin Laden son’ moved out during US forces attack > According to Pakistani security official, Osama Bin laden son successfully moved out from the compound during the United State – US Special Forces operation.


This is cleared that three Osama Bin Laden widows in custody of Pakistani security forces. They said their one son is not seen in this compound operation.


The Pakistani Force started the investigation of the Osama Bin Laden widows. Minister of Interior Rehman Malik said that Pakistan give Osama Bin Laden widow’s access to United State for further investigation after their investigate they all will be send to their own countries.


In the start white house declared that the young son of Osama bin Laden Hamza has been killed in Abbottabad Operation by United State Commandos, but after some time the officials stated that the 22 years old son of Osama bin laden the name was Khalid has been killed in this attack.


Osama Bin Laden, who was five times married and has 24 children, was killed in United State Operation by United State Special Forces on 2nd May 2011.


Former president of Pakistan Pervez Musharraf said that how there is possible that Osama Bin laden live in this compound since five years he said his mind is not accepted that because there is no body no Osama bin Laden in living in this compound.

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