Khalid Abdullah (Egyptian)
In July 1995, Ahmed Khadr arranged for his daughter Zaynab to marry Abdullah in December. Her mother Maha el-Samnah began preparing an apartment for the couple in the family's house, and Abdullah lived with the family for two months, "like a trial engagement".
He re-surfaced in Tehran in October 1997, and contacted the Khadr family to try to re-schedule the wedding he had missed. Ahmed agreed to bring his family on a long vacation culminating in the city for a farewell to the reluctant Zaynab as she started a new life with Abdullah.
Six months after the couple began living in a rented Tehran apartment, Abdullah phoned his father-in-law to report that Zaynab was inconsolable at being separated from her family, and the marriage wasn't working out. She returned to live with her family.
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