The Pakistan Christian Community arranged a Christmas Gift Camp outside Karachi Press Club, 10 years old Fahar with his mother requesting a single Christmas Gift “The gift of freedom for daughter of Pakistan, Dr Aafia Siddqui.”.
An urgent initiative, launched by the family campaign Aafia Movement, requests that supporters send postcards to the US President House, calling for the release of Aafia Siddiqui in this Christmis. We request all postcards are sent by 25th December 2012 with regard to christmis day. Simply sign the cards - pre-printed with a message and the relevant address - affix a stamp and post! [button color="green" font="georgia" align="left" float="left" link="http://www.aafiamovement.com/wp-content/themes/goodnews/download/Christmis Post card 7x5.rar" size="small" target="_self" ]Download Post Card[/button]
by Andrew Purcell Okay. I got my Christmas gift seven weeks early. A complete surprise considering it came directly from Aafia. How did this happen? She is too dangerous for me to be allowed to visit. Certainly doesn't have a lot of opportunity to go to the mall and shop. During the first weekend of November I drove to Fort Worth with Aafia's brother. The prison officials would not confirm the visit. Come up and maybe, we'll see. He made the five hundred plus mile round trip expecting
As 2010 comes to a close and we, all in our own ways, prepare to celebrate, decompress and reflect, let us not forget those who are separated from their loved ones and those who are deprived of the many blessings most of us take for granted: health, friends, family and freedom. In this season particularly, we ask friends and sincere supporters of Aafia to pray for the unification of all separated families and for the quick restoration of the lives of Pakistani flood victims who