An Open Letter From: Concerned US Citizen TO: President Barack Hussain Obama & Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif Your Excellencies, We, the undersigned write in reference to Dr. Aafia Siddiqui, a Pakistani citizen with no legal status in the United States. Despite the representations of the government of Pakistan that it seeks Dr. Aafia Siddiqui repatriation to her homeland, we are deeply concerned that she continues to suffer needlessly in a U.S. federal prison thousands of miles from her family and country. We are also very concerned about her deteriorating physical and mental
Karachi: Civil society here Sunday arranged a candlelight vigil in front of Karachi Press Club (KPC) to express solidarity with the daughter of the nation, Dr Aafia Siddiqui, on completion of the first three years of her 86-year sentence and demanded serious efforts on governmental level to secure her early release. Holding banners and portraits of the jailed Pakistani mother, they chanted slogans demanding immediate release of Aafia. A large number of women also attended the candlelight vigil and they categorically termed 86-year sentence to
3rd Dark year Sentencing in us prison of Dr Aafia Siddiqui.Civil Society Pakistan Organize a Candle light Demo at Karachi Press Club on 22nd September 2013
Protest “VOICE OF JUSTICE AND PEACE” for the release of Dr.Aafia Siddiqui outside the Badshahi Masjid Lahore.
Dr. Fozia and Ismat siddiqui will be meeting Prof Adib Rizvi and Abdus Sattar Edhi regarding the process Edhi had offered himself to US in place of Aafia. This selfless act has won the hearts of the aggrieved family Ulema and nation appealedto say a special prayer for a long healthy life for Edhi Karachi : Dr aafia's mother Ismat Siddiqui and sister Dr Fowzia Siddiqui expressed concern and grief over the news of. Edhi's kidney failure. They prayed for his complete recovery. They said Edhi dedicated his