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Osama Bin Laden aide living a comfortable life in £1m UK home after leaving US prison

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Osama Bin Laden aide living a comfortable life in £1m UK home after leaving US prison. Evil Adel-Bary Osama Bin Laden’s right-hand is not at death’s door as he celebrates in his comfortable life back in Britain.

Evil Adel Abdel-Bary, 60, was granted early “mercy release” by the US after convincing judges he was so fat he was a major Covid risk.

But our exclusive photos show the convicted terrorist seems a new man just weeks after returning to the UK.

Looking fit and walking unaided, Abdel-Bary — said to have acted as spokesman for Bin Laden in Europe — was seen directing a flat-pack furniture delivery last week.

The convicted terrorist, pictured at his £1million home, was granted early 'mercy release' from a US prison

And the al-Qaeda monster, convicted for his role in two 1998 US embassy bombings in Africa that killed 224, later went out for a stroll alone.

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The dad of six has quickly settled back into life with his wife Ragaa, 59, at their £1million council house in North West London after 22 years behind bars.

It is a far cry from the picture his lawyers painted when they told a US court his fragile health gave an “extraordinary and compelling” reason for “compassionate” early release.

Scotland Yard wants a “notification order” against him.

Abdel-Bary was said to have acted as spokesman for Osama Bin Laden (pictured)

If granted by the High Court, he could be made to disclose details of any bank accounts, mobile phones, or travel plans.

But sources told The Sun he is fighting the move and has hired notorious human rights lawyers Birnberg Peirce.

He is almost certain to get legal aid — so taxpayers face paying the legal bills on both sides.

He cannot be hit with tougher measures as he has served his sentence.

And Abdel-Bary fled Egypt for Britain in 1991, cannot be returned for fear of torture or death. Here

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