Lawyers representing Osama Bin Laden's 3 wives have filed claims to inherit their deceased husband's estate.
Amal Al-Sadah, Medina Al-Sawari and Kanza Al-Ahmada have all lodged claims to the inheritance of the former Al Qaeda leader.
Top of the wives' wanted list is believed to be the Tora Bora complex in the White Mountains of East Afghanistan. Bin Laden used Tora Bora as his headquarters before and after the 9/11 attacks and used his personal fortune to build ventilation systems, kitchens and living quarters.
Al-Sadah is basing her claim to Tora Bora on the fact that she had designed and decorated the kitchen area and spent most time cooking for Osama and his inner circle. She claims that the "the two whores wouldn't know a shawarma falafel from a mutabbaq kabsa".
Al-Sadah is also determined to get possession of all the dvd's found in the Abbottabad house where Bin Laden was killed by American forces. Her lawyer has laid claim in particular to Osama's collection of "You've Been Framed " and "Deal, No Deal" tapes which were Bin Laden's particular favourites.