One of Osama Bin Laden's sons has been deported from Spain following a failed asylum bid and is being questioned by the Egyptian authorities in Cairo, BBC reported.
Omar Osama Bin Laden, 27, arrived in Spain on Monday with his British wife and claimed his life was in danger in the Middle East.
But Spanish officials said there was no provision for the couple to claim asylum under Spanish law.
The pair have also been unsuccessful in securing British visas.
Mr Bin Laden, one of the al-Qaeda leader's 19 sons, made his claim for asylum at Barajas airport during a stopover on a flight from Egypt to Morocco with his 52-year-old wife, Zaina Alsabah Bin Laden, formerly Jane Felix-Browne of Cheshire.
He said the petition was rejected due to "insufficient evidence of danger or threat to [his] life". An appeal against the ruling is also believed to have been rejected.
He and his wife remained in a transit area until being deported on Saturday.
An unnamed Egyptian official told the Associated Press that a decision had not yet been taken on whether to allow them to enter the country.
Omar Bin Laden, a metals trader, says he has urged his father to give up violence and has not seen him since 2000.
Mrs Bin Laden says his life is in danger because he "stands up and asks for peace" and that Spain is their "only chance of surviving".