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            Karachi, March 30: The sitting government had pledged with their voters to free Dr Aafia Siddiqui from the American detention; however, solid efforts in this regard are yet to be taken on the government level. In Pakistan the agenda of democracy would remain incomplete till innocent Aafia is released and repatriated, said speakers of a big solidarity rally and public signature campaign at Two-Sword roundabout in Karachi on Sunday, March 30, to express solidarity with the Pakistani mother on completion of her 11 years

Dr. Aafia Siddiqui (#10) Dr. Aafia Siddiqui was born March 2, 1972 in Karachi, is an American-educated Pakistani cognitive neuroscientist. She moved to Houston, Texas, on a student visa in 1990 joining her brother. She attended the University of Houston for three semesters, and then transferred to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology after being awarded a full scholarship. In 1992, as a sophomore, Siddiqui received a Carroll L. Wilson Award for her research proposal "Islamization in Pakistan and its Effects on Women". As a

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