British woman marries Osama bin Laden's son

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July 11, 2007 15:48

 
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A British divorcee has married one of the sons of al-Qaida chief Osama bin Laden, she told British television Wednesday. Jane Felix-Browne, a 51-year-old grandmother from Moulton, Cheshire, in northwest England, married 27-year-old Omar bin Laden in Egypt in April, she told ITV's GMTV program. Felix-Browne, who also uses the name Zaina Mohamad, is a local councilor with three children and five grandchildren. It is her sixth marriage. She told The Times and Sun newspapers, which initially reported the story, that she met Omar bin Laden, the al-Qaida leader's fourth son, while riding a horse near the Great Pyramid, in Giza, Egypt. She had been in the country to undergo medical treatment for multiple sclerosis, she said.

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