TRUE FACTS ABOUT AAFIA SIDDIQUI Dr. Aafia Siddiqui, a Pakistani mother of three, has come to be known as the “daughter of the nation” in Pakistan. Though her name is known to almost every Pakistani citizen, the breadth of the injustices that she has endured continues to shock the conscience of all those who learn about her plight. Illegal Abduction of Aafia and her Children In March 2003, Aafia was illegally apprehended in Karachi by domestic and foreign government agents. Her kidnappers forcibly removed her from the
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Re-posted with permission from cageprisoners The case of Aafia Siddiqui has brought with it a wave of emotion from all corners of the world. The detention of this woman, and allegedly her children, has evoked condemnation from politicians, lawyers and activists all over the world. In an environment where the abuses in the ‘War on Terror’ are becoming increasingly known, the case of Siddiqui stands as an anomaly within the new era of openness under the Obama administration. From the day of her initial detention,
Yvonne Ridley writes from Karachi, Pakistan on the case of Dr Aafia Siddiqui, who has been sentenced by the US to 86 years in prison. Yvonne discusses her case, raising issues in relation to the War on Terror and Pakistani society. For years I’ve struggled to find a reason why Dr Aafia Siddiqui is still languishing in a prison in Texas. Set aside my views that she is innocent and a victim of a gross miscarriage of justice who epitomises all that is wrong with the
Civil Society lighten earthen lamps as they are protesting against US drone and demanding to release of Aafia Siddiqui
Members of Civil Society lighten earthen lamps as they are protesting against US drone attack and demanding to release of Pakistani Neuroscientist, Dr.Aafia Siddiqui, who is imprisonment in a US Jail, during demonstration at Karachi press club on Thursday, November 07, 2013.
وفاقی حکومت نے وزیراعظم میاں محمد نواز شریف کی خصوصی ہدایت پر امریکا اور پورپی ملکوں کے ساتھ قیدیوں کے تبادلے کے اقدامات شروع کردیے ہیں۔ حکومت کونسل آف یورپ کنونشن پر دستخط کرنے کی تیاری کررہی ہے جس کے بعد وہ بیرونی ملکوں کے ساتھ قیدیوں کے تبادلے کے معاہدات کرتی جائے گی، اور یوں غیرملکی جیلوں میں مقید تمام پاکستانیوں کی وطن واپسی ممکن ہوسکے گی۔ حکومت کی بیان کردہ تفصیلات کے مطابق اِس وقت پندرہ سو پاکستانی دنیا بھر کی جیلوں
Repatriation of Aafia to improve the US image in Muslim world: Pasban leaders Karachi, July 31: A rally, staged here on Wednesday, demanded immediate release and return of Pakistani woman scientist Dr Aafia Siddiqui. The rally, organized by Pasban Karachi chapter, marched from the Masjid-e-Khizra to Karachi Press Club (KPC). The participants, carrying the portraits of Aafia, raised slogans in favor of the daughter of the nation. Addressing the rally, Pasban Karachi chapter president Shaikh Muhammad Shakil said the nation wants return of Aafia at all costs.