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23rd september Tag

Dear friends It is my honor and privilege to be able to send you this message. I want to thank each and everyone of you who took the time and had the courage to come and attend  events that discuss the travesty of justice and inhuman treatment suffered by Dr. Aafia Siddiqui, who to me is simply my little sister Aafia. Today marks the completion of 2 years from 86 years of the outrageous and brutal sentence.   I, on behalf of our family are humbled and grateful

This would be a fitting occasion to revisit the September 2, 2012, statement of Imam Abdullah Faaruuq; another good man, and principled leader, who knew Aafia well from her years of positive activism in Boston, MA.   In the Name of Allah: The Most Gracious, the Most Merciful Dr. Aafia Siddiqui: Who Is She?   By Imam Abdullah Faaruuq & Sister Sufia Hassan If we are going to give support to this woman Dr. Aafia  Siddiqui, we need to ask ourselves, 'Who is she and what did she do?' We know the answer

The Name of The Most Compassionate, The Most Merciful Solidarity Statement with the International Campaign For Dr. Aafia Siddiqui On the occasion of the second anniversary of the wrongful conviction and sentencing of a committed Muslimah by the name of Aafia Siddiqui - a political prisoner and prisoner of war being held under conditions that violate the U.S. Constitution's theoretical guarantee against cruel and unusual punishment, and Article 5 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which theoretically guarantees "Freedom from torture and degrading treatment" - we salute

In response, on Sep 28, 2010, approximately half a million people poured into the streets of Karachi to peacefully express their support for Dr. Aafia Siddiqui following the actions of Richard Berman on Sept 23, 2010. This has to date been the largest public rally in recent Pakistani history and one that stayed true to Aafia's request that no violence be done in her name. A Reflection from British Author and Commentator, Andy Worthington: I’m sorry to report that it’s two years since the Pakistani neuroscientist

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