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Aafia Siddiqui

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The family of Dr. Aafia Siddiqui, Prisoner #650

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Dr. Aafia: Video Dr. Aafia: Pictures Dr. Aafia's Family on Twitter Events Pak Govt says it is Making "Full Efforts" for Repatriation of Dr. Aafia Don't Cry for Aafia ACTION: White House Petition for Aafia Aafia Movement Gets Warm Reception in South Africa Subscribe RSS! Latest News on Dr. Aafia Subscribe to Newsletter Aafia Held in Secret Prisons: Lawyer "What we do know is Aafia Siddiqui says she was tortured and, unlike the witnesses' contradicting testimonies that went all over the place, Aafia's has never changed." The crowds expressed solidarity with Dr. Aafia, shouting that "if BB (Benazir Bhutto) were alive, Aafia would be home". NOTE: Lyari,a traditional stronghold of the late Benazir Bhutto, is one of Karachi's largest, poorest and most notorious areas considered by many as a no-go area for outsiders. The spontaneous and overwhelming public sympathy for Dr. Aafia here was representative of similar sentiments in other poor parts of the city. Addressing the reception, Dr Fouzia said: "Dr Aafia, daughter of the nation, could be brought to home within few hours if the government takes some serious measures." Sea of Humanity Floods Karachi for Dr Aafia Through another resolution, the rally demanded the US government and President Barack Obama set aside Dr Aafia's jail term and release her immediately. "MQM rallies being held at 60 places in the country reflect that the 170 million people of Pakistan demand Dr Aafia's release." "This huge rally proves that the whole nation wants Dr Aafia released." While the MQM chief, Altaf Hussain, spoke at length on Dr Aafia's Siddiqui's issue and certain other matters in his speech, he also asked the people of Karachi to make their city a peaceful place and protect one another's life and property. He said people belonging to different ethnicities were living in Karachi and it was their collective duty to protect every citizen irrespective of his or her ethnicity. London: At a press conference in London, Dr Aafia's supporters said her conviction was a gross miscarriage of justice and that Pakistani politicians had failed to support one of their own citizens. Prominent supporters demanded that an independent medical team be sent to assess Dr Aafia's state of mind Yvonne Ridley, who has campaigned fervently for Dr Aafia's cause, shared her journey of discovering and then raising awareness that there was in fact a female prisoner in Bagram, who had come to be known as the Grey Lady, and also as Prisoner 650. Lord Nazir Ahmed, a famous politician and peer who has fought for Dr Aafia to be repatriated, gave a practical set of action points that anyone feeling the injustice of this case can follow in an effort to bring justice to Aafia Siddiqui and her young family. Sister Aafia, the sister I remember was the heart behind the MSA of Greater Boston. I was a first year student at Wellesley College and my future husband a sophomore at MIT. She was the one who would make hundreds of samosas to sell at MSA fundraisers. A passionate activist, she struggled to find Muslim homes for the hundreds of Bosnian orphans that were brought to the U.S. I could relate to her then, I spent my childhood in Africa, too and like her had come to study in the U.S. from Pakistan. She was one of the first women I had met who was brilliant, educated, 'religious' and a hijabi - not many those around in the 1990s. Pakistani women had been 'liberated' in the seventies and eighties, nobody my age, in our social circle, covered. I am reminded of Prophet Yusuf's (AS) trial and his term served in the prisons of ancient Egypt - I pray that as Allah's mercy intervened for him, it too will intervene for Aafia. As he was rewarded for his patience and constant faith, may she also be elevated in her ranks. How can I make this comparison, if I was not a witness and have no idea to her state of mind. I read eyewitness accounts of her cruel verdict - they speak volumes of her character. She reminded the judge: "At the end of an out-of-this-world hearing, when the judge was wrapping up his 86 year sentence, Aafia brought up the 6th verse in the 49th chapter of the Quran, 'O you who believe! "In the end you had a judge pronounce an 86 year sentence but it was Aafia who calmly offered him forgiveness and he almost greedily accepted it and thanked her for it. Scholars say, that to see whether the trial is a test from Allah (SWT) or a punishment from Allah (SWT), you must do muhasabah (ask yourself is this bringing me closer to Allah or away from Allah?) Judging solely by her remarks made in court, I can say I believe this is a supreme test from Allah (SWT) for Sister Aafia - her iman unwavering, her night filled with visions of the Habib (SAW). After Aafia, No Pakistani is Safe Pak Christians in Solidarity with Dr Aafia on Christmas Foster, who is not directly representing Dr Aafia in the case but works as her family lawyer, was addressing a press conference along with Dr. Fauzia Siddiqui. Dr Aafia's court-appointed lawyers would file an appeal against the decision on January 28, 2011. She said that Dr Aafia's imprisonment was a political case and directly related to the US foreign policies like war on terrorism and extradition matters with different countries. The attorney said US President Barack Obama has some discretionary powers to order release of Dr Aafia and for this, the Pakistani government, political parties and the nation should unite. Aafia has become positively trendy amongst the elite in the world of terrorism. Last month it was Ayman al-Zawahiri attempting to turn her into a pin-up girl for suicide bombers. Now it is the turn of Abu Yahya al-Liby. At this rate I expect Aafia to be the covergirl for "al-Qaeda Chic: The Hottie in the Hijab" next month. Liby, like Zawahiri before him, seems to have only now discovered Aafia, nearly eight years after she was kidnapped off the streets of Karachi, two and a half years after she surfaced dazed and disoriented in Afghanistan, and ten months following her conviction in a New York City courtroom. There is no human warmth or concern for Aafia, her children, her brother, her sister, and especially for their mother. Just the tired calls for more mayhem. Aafia has stated that she wants no violence done in her name. Her sister, her brother, and their mother have all repeatedly said in public and to me in private that they do not want people killing or dying or participating in any sort of violence in Aafia's name. Two and a half years ago Dr. Fowzia and a handful of friends and relatives, with nothing more to work with than faith, courage, and persistance, began a campaign to free Aafia from the secret prison and secure her children. Al-Qaeda's attempt to use Aafia as a recruiting tool is a sign that they are aware that the Islam of compassion and mercy has produced successes that the Islam of beheadings and amputations has not. MLFA no longer funding Dr. Aafia's case Analysis - Dr Aafia to Be Sentenced Large Rally Held For Dr Aafia Dr. Aafia's son Ahmed's statement revealed Aafia, The Daughter; Pakistan, The Motherland Dr Aafia and Mohammed Bin Qasim Legality of Dr Aafia's case


The Grey Lady of Bagram: Dr. Aafia Siddiqui | MuslimMatters.org

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We are not ready to believe that Dr. Aafia is a star terrorist- a claim that is ironically being pushed by the US Government and not denied by Al-Qaeda.
Why? The answer lies in each group's malicious agenda. On one hand, we have the US Government: a government which has some serious face-saving to do, and a million questions to answer... starting with questions about the denial of basic fundamental due-process and equal protection rights protected by the US Constitution (5th and 14th Amendment) to Dr. Aafia: And so Dr. Aafia became a pawn in this war of lies and twisted politics, and we forgot the "person" in the story- the person of Dr. Aafia- a petite, brilliant woman, a constant da'i (caller to Islam), and most tragic of all, a mother of three missing children! -We are told that in 2001, before 9/11, Dr. Aafia was alleged to be involved in an illegal diamond trading scheme, in Africa, and in support of Al-Qaeda. What is amazing and quite eye-opening (with regards to the weakness of the prosecution's case) is that Dr. Aafia's location during this summer time-frame can easily be proven! As it turns out, this story may actually help Dr. Aafia in her case: One month after the FBI press conference, a bombshell from the Wall Street Journal hit Sharp's [Dr. Aafia's attorney] desk, and she knew it was just the thing she needed. "If we can show that Aafia was here and not in Liberia, then that's the stone that slays Goliath," Sharp says. Will the government use the children as bargaining chips in order to blackmail Dr. Aafia into self-incriminating testimony? Like many cases of extraordinary renditions (illegal by all international laws) and "torture-for-hire" that the US government has engaged in, it is also likely that Dr. Aafia was kept in Pakistan and/or Afghanistan in order to allow a free-hand for all sorts of torture techniques that would make look water-boarding look meek! -On July 17 of this year, she was allegedly "discovered" and detained by Afghan police in an encounter that involved a gunfight with American soldiers (oddly, despite the accusation that she was wielding a high-tech weapon, she was the only one who ended up severely wounded!). Her attorney ridicules this assertion in this press conference. You saw this woman, she is less than 100 lbs... Are these agents men or little children that Dr. Aafia will be able to overpower? We can write or cross-post stories/posts about Dr. Aafia on our individual blogs (so that the search engines pick up "our" side of the story, and not Michelle Malkin's lies!). If indeed, as we believe, that Dr. Aafia is an innocent victim in a much bigger game, then may Allah release her and reunite her with her family soon inshallah. I didn't mention that there were also several allegations that Musharraf's son pocketed bounty for Dr. Aafia from the US Govt. - Her ordeal is far from over: before and after every legal visit or trip to the court, Aafia is stripped naked and has to endure a cavity search. She has informed her legal team that she will not accept visits anymore due to the degradation and humiliation of the procedure. Aafia disappeared on March 30 2003, when Moazzam was transferred. However other prisoners who were held in Bagram up til 2005 have described a Prisoner 650 - female Pakistani prisoner, by all appearances in her 40's, and have talked about how she was abused. Aafia may be Prisoner 650 (it is certainly not confirmed as much of the media have made out). If that is the case then br Moazzam did not hear Prisoner 650 but another female detainee. - After our press conference in Pakistan, the US initially denied that there has ever been any female detainee in Bagram and denies that prisoner 650 was held there or has been in their custody. However in more recent reports they have admitted to the presence of a female detainee in Bagram between 2003-2005 but they say that her description does not match that of Aafia. Allah knows best. - Aafia's twelve year old son, Ahmad, was arrested with her in Afghanistan (see video link). Yes - there are a lot of claims made particularly in the Pakistani media that are not correct (for example the claim that Aafia is definately 650 was made immediately after our press conference or that Moazzam Begg mentions Aafia in his book). (Under 'Click here for related articles' you'll find all the news items and comment pieces on our site related to Aafia; Under the campaign link you will get updates for action alerts, protests, petitions etc - http://www.cageprisoners.com/campaigns.php?cat=65) My earlier message did not appear for some reason but yes, often the reports in the media (esp Pakistani papers) have been incorrect - e.g. the definite link they make between Aafia and Prisoner 650, claims that Yvonne Ridley and Moazzam Begg identified 650 as Aafia (false), the info about the kidney, etc. My earlier message did not appear for some reason but yes, often the reports in the media (esp Pakistani papers) have been incorrect - e.g. the definite link they make between Aafia and Prisoner 650, claims that Yvonne Ridley and Moazzam Begg identified 650 as Aafia (false), the info about the kidney, etc. Dawn.com for example have stated that Aafia's 6 month old baby was murdered in US custody - Allah forbid and we pray that this is not true (I have no idea what their source is). Aafia disappeared in March 2003. None of this information is new - our sister and her children were missing for five years; articles and reports about Aafia were in the media, on Cageprisoners since then; Moazzam Begg's book was published in early 2006; the brothers who escaped from Bagram spoke of Prisoner 650 since 2005. Why is it only now the internet forums are full of discussion about Aafia; why only now are there three Facebook groups, petitions, action alerts, articles written, messages of support collected and mass uproar? Can I humbly suggest that those of you in the US organise a protest outside the court for Aafia - and pack that court - on September 3rd? "We are not ready to believe that Dr. Aafia is a star terrorist a claim that is ironically being jointly pushed by both the US Government and Al-Qaeda." Sorry, I missed that...where did al-Qa'idah claim anything about Aafia? Also, I encourage and request that the scholars, du'at, imams, etc. in America start openly defending their sister, as the Muslims need to become emboldened by words of support from those who have influence and following! If they will not personally speak out about a Muslim woman in captivity, then what is worthy of speaking out about? Aafia has more of a right upon the people of knowledge in America than she does upon the non-Muslim lawyers who have been openly defending her day and night, ? ???? ???????? Aafia is just one of many...http://hrw.org/english/docs/2008/08/18/syria19636.htm "Can I humbly suggest that those of you in the US organise a protest outside the court for Aafia - and pack that court - on September 3rd?" >>Obviously the defense claim is that Aafia was in US captivity in Afghanistan and thats why she was there - I there is no way to prove that >>though.. and I also am confused about whether there is any truth to the claim that Aafia grabbed a gun and shot the marine Aafia disappeared in March 2003 - the FBI and Pakistani officials initially admitted she was in custody. A few weeks later they retracted this. There was no news of her whereabouts until August 2008. Her family were meanwhile threatened and told to keep quiet and not pursue the case - why do this if the intelligence agencies had nothing to hide; if Aafia was, as they now claim, lying low and hiding in Pakistan for five years? In that time period we have reports from several detainees held in Bagram of a woman prisoner held there between 2002-2005. We have been told she is Pakistani, appearing to be in her 40's, that she was abused. The screams of this woman were heard by other prisoners. Her prisoner no. was 650. The Red Cross privately confirmed to Moazzam Begg, ex Gtmo detainee, that a woman had been held in Bagram in 2003 and they had met her. Aafia is 35-40kg, extremely frail - is it feasible she'd be able to shoot and struggle with six male US soldiers as they claim? They say Aafia is so devout and yet they claim she shouted at the US soldiers "get the f*** out of here"? We then on the other hand have the word of our sister Aafia that she has been held in custody "for years" by the US; that she has been held in Bagram; that she has been, in the words of her lawyer after meeting with her, "horrendously abused... physically and psychologically". We have the court appointed lawyer saying she has all the signs of PTSD. We have her shaking


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Dr. Aafia: Video Dr. Aafia: Pictures Dr. Aafia's Family on Twitter Events Latest News on Dr. Aafia Subscribe to Newsletter Dr. Aafia: Allegations & Facts Take Action to help Dr. Aafia Sister Aafia, the sister I remember was the heart behind the MSA of Greater Boston. I was a first year student at Wellesley College and my future husband a sophomore at MIT. She was the one who would make hundreds of samosas to sell at MSA fundraisers. A passionate activist, she struggled to find Muslim homes for the hundreds of Bosnian orphans that were brought to the U.S. I could relate to her then, I spent my childhood in Africa, too and like her had come to study in the U.S. from Pakistan. She was one of the first women I had met who was brilliant, educated, 'religious' and a hijabi - not many those around in the 1990s. Pakistani women had been 'liberated' in the seventies and eighties, nobody my age, in our social circle, covered. I am reminded of Prophet Yusuf's (AS) trial and his term served in the prisons of ancient Egypt - I pray that as Allah's mercy intervened for him, it too will intervene for Aafia. As he was rewarded for his patience and constant faith, may she also be elevated in her ranks. How can I make this comparison, if I was not a witness and have no idea to her state of mind. I read eyewitness accounts of her cruel verdict - they speak volumes of her character. She reminded the judge: "At the end of an out-of-this-world hearing, when the judge was wrapping up his 86 year sentence, Aafia brought up the 6th verse in the 49th chapter of the Quran, 'O you who believe! "In the end you had a judge pronounce an 86 year sentence but it was Aafia who calmly offered him forgiveness and he almost greedily accepted it and thanked her for it. Scholars say, that to see whether the trial is a test from Allah (SWT) or a punishment from Allah (SWT), you must do muhasabah (ask yourself is this bringing me closer to Allah or away from Allah?) Judging solely by her remarks made in court, I can say I believe this is a supreme test from Allah (SWT) for Sister Aafia - her iman unwavering, her night filled with visions of the Habib (SAW).


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Dr. Aafia: Video Dr. Aafia: Pictures Dr. Aafia's Family on Twitter Events Prominent US Citizens Call For Immeiate RElease of Dr. Aafia Pak Prime Minister Visits With Dr. Aafia's Family Pak Cabinet Approves signing treaty to Aid repatriation of Aafia Latest News on Dr. Aafia Subscribe to Newsletter The first anniversary of the conviction of Dr. Aafia in Richard M. Berman's court in New York was commemorated across cities in Pakistan with many solemn marches remembering a dark day in the American legal process. "They (US authorities) should release Dr Aafia or see Davis hanged," Faizan's brother Imran Haider said, rejecting all other options, including monetary compensation. "Though my family is facing financial constraints, the American government's attitude towards our citizens like Dr Aafia forced me and my children to reject the compensation offer and to ask the authorities to go for a bargain with US," he said. Fahim's elder brother Waseem also expressed similar views and demanded the government take up the issue with the US authorities for the release of Dr Aafia, otherwise the killer should be treated according to the law without any discrimination. "We want to see Dr Aafia back in the country or execution of the killer of my brother at Qartaba Chowk where he was assassinated mercilessly," Waseem said. Faizan's elder brother Imran Haider, also a complainant in the FIR registered against Raymond Davis, told Dawn he and his parents discussed all available options with Fahim's family. "While recalling the efforts of Dr Aafia's helpless family for her release, we have decided that this is the time to forget our agonies and use the opportunity to get the nation's daughter released." victim family Victim Family talks with Punjab Chief Minister. They rejected offers of compensation and asked instead for Dr. Aafia's return to Pakistan. (Note: Dr. Aafia's family has since said that the victim's families must be allowed to grieve their loss and should not be dragged into politics, stating that the killer of their loved ones cannot be exchanged for Dr. Aafia who harmed no one.) ========================= Pakistani Senate Supports Swapping Davis for Dr. Aafia Senator Buledi said Pakistan should now avail the opportunity to get Dr Aafia repatriated from the United States in exchange for accused Raymond Davis involved in the killing of three persons in Lahore last week. Buledi sought release of Dr Aafia, who was sentenced for 86 years by the US court, in return for US accused, who reportedly shot dead two persons in Lahore while a motorcyclist was crushed to death by a US consulate vehicle. The crowds expressed solidarity with Dr. Aafia, shouting that "if BB (Benazir Bhutto) were alive, Aafia would be home". NOTE: Lyari,a traditional stronghold of the late Benazir Bhutto, is one of Karachi's largest, poorest and most notorious areas considered by many as a no-go area for outsiders. The spontaneous and overwhelming public sympathy for Dr. Aafia here was representative of similar sentiments in other poor parts of the city. Addressing the reception, Dr Fouzia said: "Dr Aafia, daughter of the nation, could be brought to home within few hours if the government takes some serious measures." Sea of Humanity Floods Karachi for Dr Aafia Through another resolution, the rally demanded the US government and President Barack Obama set aside Dr Aafia's jail term and release her immediately. "MQM rallies being held at 60 places in the country reflect that the 170 million people of Pakistan demand Dr Aafia's release." "This huge rally proves that the whole nation wants Dr Aafia released." While the MQM chief, Altaf Hussain, spoke at length on Dr Aafia's Siddiqui's issue and certain other matters in his speech, he also asked the people of Karachi to make their city a peaceful place and protect one another's life and property. He said people belonging to different ethnicities were living in Karachi and it was their collective duty to protect every citizen irrespective of his or her ethnicity. London: At a press conference in London, Dr Aafia's supporters said her conviction was a gross miscarriage of justice and that Pakistani politicians had failed to support one of their own citizens. Prominent supporters demanded that an independent medical team be sent to assess Dr Aafia's state of mind Yvonne Ridley, who has campaigned fervently for Dr Aafia's cause, shared her journey of discovering and then raising awareness that there was in fact a female prisoner in Bagram, who had come to be known as the Grey Lady, and also as Prisoner 650. Lord Nazir Ahmed, a famous politician and peer who has fought for Dr Aafia to be repatriated, gave a practical set of action points that anyone feeling the injustice of this case can follow in an effort to bring justice to Aafia Siddiqui and her young family. Sister Aafia, the sister I remember was the heart behind the MSA of Greater Boston. I was a first year student at Wellesley College and my future husband a sophomore at MIT. She was the one who would make hundreds of samosas to sell at MSA fundraisers. A passionate activist, she struggled to find Muslim homes for the hundreds of Bosnian orphans that were brought to the U.S. I could relate to her then, I spent my childhood in Africa, too and like her had come to study in the U.S. from Pakistan. She was one of the first women I had met who was brilliant, educated, 'religious' and a hijabi - not many those around in the 1990s. Pakistani women had been 'liberated' in the seventies and eighties, nobody my age, in our social circle, covered. I am reminded of Prophet Yusuf's (AS) trial and his term served in the prisons of ancient Egypt - I pray that as Allah's mercy intervened for him, it too will intervene for Aafia. As he was rewarded for his patience and constant faith, may she also be elevated in her ranks. How can I make this comparison, if I was not a witness and have no idea to her state of mind. I read eyewitness accounts of her cruel verdict - they speak volumes of her character. She reminded the judge: "At the end of an out-of-this-world hearing, when the judge was wrapping up his 86 year sentence, Aafia brought up the 6th verse in the 49th chapter of the Quran, 'O you who believe! "In the end you had a judge pronounce an 86 year sentence but it was Aafia who calmly offered him forgiveness and he almost greedily accepted it and thanked her for it. Scholars say, that to see whether the trial is a test from Allah (SWT) or a punishment from Allah (SWT), you must do muhasabah (ask yourself is this bringing me closer to Allah or away from Allah?) Judging solely by her remarks made in court, I can say I believe this is a supreme test from Allah (SWT) for Sister Aafia - her iman unwavering, her night filled with visions of the Habib (SAW). More Articles... After Aafia, No Pakistani is Safe Pak Christians in Solidarity with Dr Aafia on Christmas MLFA no longer funding Dr. Aafia's case Analysis - Dr Aafia to Be Sentenced Large Rally Held For Dr Aafia


Aafia Siddiqui – Memories of MIT to Carswell Prison

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Dr. Aafia: Audio
Dr. Aafia: Video Dr. Aafia: Pictures Dr. Aafia's Family on Twitter Events Latest News on Dr. Aafia Subscribe to Newsletter Dr. Aafia: Allegations & Facts Take Action to help Dr. Aafia Sister Aafia, the sister I remember was the heart behind the MSA of Greater Boston. I was a first year student at Wellesley College and my future husband a sophomore at MIT. She was the one who would make hundreds of samosas to sell at MSA fundraisers. A passionate activist, she struggled to find Muslim homes for the hundreds of Bosnian orphans that were brought to the U.S. I could relate to her then, I spent my childhood in Africa, too and like her had come to study in the U.S. from Pakistan. She was one of the first women I had met who was brilliant, educated, 'religious' and a hijabi - not many those around in the 1990s. Pakistani women had been 'liberated' in the seventies and eighties, nobody my age, in our social circle, covered. I am reminded of Prophet Yusuf's (AS) trial and his term served in the prisons of ancient Egypt - I pray that as Allah's mercy intervened for him, it too will intervene for Aafia. As he was rewarded for his patience and constant faith, may she also be elevated in her ranks. How can I make this comparison, if I was not a witness and have no idea to her state of mind. I read eyewitness accounts of her cruel verdict - they speak volumes of her character. She reminded the judge: "At the end of an out-of-this-world hearing, when the judge was wrapping up his 86 year sentence, Aafia brought up the 6th verse in the 49th chapter of the Quran, 'O you who believe! "In the end you had a judge pronounce an 86 year sentence but it was Aafia who calmly offered him forgiveness and he almost greedily accepted it and thanked her for it. Scholars say, that to see whether the trial is a test from Allah (SWT) or a punishment from Allah (SWT), you must do muhasabah (ask yourself is this bringing me closer to Allah or away from Allah?) Judging solely by her remarks made in court, I can say I believe this is a supreme test from Allah (SWT) for Sister Aafia - her iman unwavering, her night filled with visions of the Habib (SAW).


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