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Fowzia blames govt, politicians for inaction on Aafia issue Fowzia says Indian government, political parties played laudable role for release of their citizen Karachi, December 19: Aafia Movement Pakistan leader Dr Fowzia Siddiqui, lauding the role of Indian government and political parties in the release of their citizen arrested in the USA, said sadly the Pakistani government and Pakistani political parties, so far, have failed to take such dedicated efforts for the release of the daughter of the nation, Dr Aafia Siddiqui. In a statement here Thursday,

By LeiLani Dowell on December 3, 2012 Dec. 3 — Arriving in Karachi, Pakistan, at 4 a.m. for a trip in support of efforts to free and repatriate Dr. Aafia Siddiqui, former U.S. Congressperson Cynthia McKinney and International Action Center Co-Director Sara Flounders received an overwhelmingly warm welcome on Dec. 2. Hundreds of Siddiqui’s supporters met the two at the airport in the wee hours of the morning, carrying flowers, signs and banners, and chanting “Free Aafia!” and “Welcome!” Siddiqui is a Pakistani political prisoner

Cynthia McKinney, a six-time elected Congress woman and Sara Flounders, a prominent American political writer and member of the Secretariat of Workers World Party and International Action Centre said that peoples of pakistan put the pressure to  the Pakistani government to take up this matter with the US and demand immediate repatriation of Aafia to Pakistan.  

Aafia Siddiqui is the daughter of the whole nation of Pakistan and she has to come back from the US’s prison. This is the demand of the Aafia Movement chairperson Fawzia Siddiqui.   On a campaign drive across Pakistan; Aafia Movement representatives along with Cynthia McKinney, a six-time elected Congress woman and Sara Flounders, a prominent American political writer and member of the Secretariat of Workers World Party and International Action Centre, have demanded all the political parties of Pakistan to realize the urgency of

Media playing exemplary role for HRs awareness Naeem Ullah : LAHORE: Consistent coverage of humanitarian issues in third world media has paved the way for developed countries to join hands for provision of basic rights to all in the world. Pakistan media set an extraordinary example in this context pertaining to its unconditional support to the cause of Dr. Aafia Siddiqi, by regularly updating the government and the society on her miseries. Speakers expressed these views while addressing a seminar titled “Role of Third World Media

ATTOCK, Dec 6: Dr Fouzia Siddiqui along with two American human rights activists on Thursday visited Attock in connection with her movement to get her sister Dr Afia Siddiqui released from the US detention. She visited Attock on the invitation of Pakistan Medical Association. Speaking at a press conference, Dr Fouzia said former US congressperson Cynthia McKinney and International Action Centre’s co-director Sara Flounders arrived in Pakistan a few days back in support of the ongoing “Free Afia movement.” She alleged that the government of

Friday, December 07, 2012 - Peshawar—The International Action Centre (IAC) President Sara Flounders and the US Congress ex-member for six times Cynthia McKenney have urged the Pakistan’s government to write a letter to the US government for release of Afia Siddiqui. “Afia Siddiqui was sentenced for 86 years of no guilty as no crime was proved in the court of America against her,” Sara Flounders claimed here at a press conference at Press Club on Thursday. It is pertinent to say that Sara Flounders

I am here for Aafia and I don’t see anyone voting for leaders who cannot take a firm stand for their Nations Daughter - Cynthia McKinney. By releasing Aafia the US and Pak leaders can reverse a step in recovering the damaged sovereignty, Tangible action is worth more than dollars - Sara Flounders People of Pakistan need Concrete Accomplishments and fulfillment of promises, Elections may hinge on Aafia’s release - Dr. Fauzia Addressing to a Press Conference in the Islamabad Press club, American delegate human rights activist

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