Prime Minister and Foreign Minister
Dr. Aafia’s sister claims he is unrecognisable.”Prime Minister and Foreign Minister helped in my meeting with Aafia,” claims Dr. Fowzia Siddiqui.Incarcerated Pakistani neuroscientist Aafia Siddiqui’s sister, Dr. Fowzia Siddiqui, has alleged that she could not recognise her upon seeing her for the first time in 20 years at a prison hospital in Fort Worth, Texas, USA.Dr. Fowzia, Senator Mushtaq of the Jamaat-e-Islami (JI), and human rights lawyer Clive Stafford Smith travelled to the United States in order to visit Dr. Aafia.The doctor returned to Pakistan and informed reporters at Karachi International Airport that this administration facilitated her meeting with her sister, despite the fact that past governments had the ability to do so.
She mentioned that the prime minister and foreign ministry assisted her in her encounter with Aafia.What she stated next shed some light on her encounter with her sister: “I could not even imagine that Dr. Aafia would have been in such a terrible situation.””She was in such bad shape that I didn’t even recognise her.”Dr. Fowzia stated that the authorities could easily repatriate Dr. Aafia if they so desired. The two sisters are planning to get together in July, as she indicated.The imprisoned doctor met with her sister three times, as well as Senator Mushtaq of JI and the human rights attorney.They were all able to chat to her via phones, but none of them could actually meet her due to the glass walls separating them.
JI’s heartfelt thanks
While JI leader Mushtaq was meeting with Dr. Aafia in the United States, the JI planned a large gathering for Sunday to welcome him home.There was a public assembly at Hashtnagri Chowk, and to get there, a motorcade drove from Motorway Toll Plaza. Mushtaq, the party’s district president Bahrullah Khan, and others spoke at the rally.At the very least, Dr. Fowzia should have been present at the gathering. Unfortunately, the flight she needed was full, so she was unable to go. However, she made her remarks to the group through telephone.Mushtaq, in his remarks, called on the country to demand Dr. Aafia’s release loudly and clearly so that the government would act to free her.
The so-called “champions” of human rights, he claimed, spoke eloquently through the award of 86 years in prison and police torture over Dr. Aafia.He blasted the government for selling the nation’s daughter to the United States for a pittance.He claimed that the opposing political parties never got weary of calling for Dr. Aafia’s release. He noted that once in power, however, they remain silent on the matter.Explain who Dr. Aafia Siddiqui is.Dr. Aafia Siddiqui, a Pakistani scientist educated in the United States, was arrested in Afghanistan in 2008 and sentenced to 86 years in prison for attempted murder and assault by a federal district court in New York. She has always maintained her innocence.The United States government suspected her of having ties to Al Qaeda before any other lady, but they were unable to prove it.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Siddiqui came to the United States when she was 18 to attend the famous Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and later earned a doctorate in neuroscience from Brandeis University.However, the FBI began monitoring her after the 9/11 attacks because of her donations to Islamic organisations and purchases of night-vision goggles and books on warfare totaling $10,000.The United States believed she had originally joined Al Qaeda in the United States and then relocated to Pakistan, where she eventually married into the household of 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.She and her three children vanished from Karachi sometime around 2003.After five years, she was captured by local authorities in the volatile Ghazni district of Afghanistan’s southeastern border with Pakistan.