Zakaria Ahmad al-Sadah; brother-in-law of Osama-bin-Laden has been looking for sister and her five children since the raid on of the Bin Ladin compound in Abbottabad in May of 2011. According to all accounts 16 members of Bin-Ladin have disappeared after the raid. Now he has written a letter to the Chief Justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudhry requesting his direct interference for securing the release of Amal al-Sadah who is a Yemeni National.
The former al-Qaeda chief’s family has been held captive by “Pakistani authorities for eight months,” Zakaria has written in his plea.
In his trip to Pakistan last November, Zakaria was supposed to meet with his sister on two occasions and take her and her children back to Yemen but his attempt remained unsuccessful.
The commission probing the operation against Bin Laden announced last October that travel restrictions on the family members had been lifted but Zakaria claims otherwise.
Sources believe that Yemen’s Ambassador to Pakistan Abdu Ali Abdul Rahman held a meeting with Interior Minister Rehman Malik and Zakaria last December 12, requesting the release of Amal and her children but the meeting remained unfruitful.
According to Zakaria, Pakistan’s law enforcement agencies had earlier promised to let him meet his sister, but they backed out later. With no recent news on the family, Zakaria said that he is unaware of how and where his sister is now.
Where is the Osama-bin-Laden's family? Are they in police custody or notorious ISI; the spy agency of Pakistan has a hand in their disappearance?
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