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By Ted Cruz
Banning speech with a constitutional amendment is playing with fire
Topic - Osama
It was long past midnight, but the rebel commander couldn't sleep until his fighters returned from the Turkish border with the latest shipment of gear to help them battle the Syrian army.
A Pakistani court on Monday convicted Osama bin Laden's three widows and two of his daughters of illegally entering and living in the country and sentenced them to 45 days in prison, with credit for time served, their lawyer said.
The boy was 2 when his mother dumped him on the streets and 4 when he spent his first night in a tiny prison cell, being sexually assaulted by an older inmate.
Abdullah's older brother, Osama, told The Associated Press at the time that he had received warnings from officials that members of the family will now be targeted for prosecution.
family will not attend a trial it considers illegitimate, his son Osama told The Associated Press.