"She must be pious, dutiful, young [preferably aged 16-18], well mannered, from a decent family, but above all patient. She will have to endure my exceptional circumstances." Exceptional circumstances, in this case, meant living in seclusion with the world's most wanted terrorist.
That's how Osama Bin Laden described his ideal fifth (or sixth, if you count the dissolved marriage in Khartoum) wife to a matchmaker in Yemen. (We already know Osama Bin Laden was a fan of polygamy as a stabilizing force in marriage.) The matchmaker obliged with seventeen-year-old Amal Ahmed al-Sadah, the daughter of one of his students. She is believed to be the woman that was shot in the leg after rushing the Navy SEALs.