Send him to Canada for treatment. Problem solved.
I'm searching around the house for my patented "World's Smallest Violin" but can't seem to find it! Anyone happen to have one on them?
Lawyers, liberals, liberal lawyers, weak-kneed political "leaders",and political correctness are going to get us all killed. And soon.
This is insanity; let the sumbitch drop dead.
I hope the planned medical procedure is driving a stake through it.
MARCH 2, 1972 : (AAFIA SIDDIQUI IS BORN) Born in Karachi, Pakistan, on March 2, 1972, Aafia was one of three children of Mohammad Siddiqui, a doctor trained in England, and Ismet, a homemaker.
1990 : (AAFIA SIDDIQUI MOVES TO TEXAS - See HOUSTON CELL, BALTIMORE CELL) You might think the daughter who eventually got into MIT was the smart one in the family, but her siblings are just as accomplished. Mohammed, Aafia's brother, is an architect living in Houston with his wife, a pediatrician, and their children. Fowzia, Aafia's sister, is a Harvard-trained neurologist who was working at Sinai Hospital in Baltimore until she decided to go back to Pakistan.
1991? : (MASSACHUSETTS : AAFIA SIDDIQUI TRANSFERS TO MIT) While at MIT Siddiqui apparently joined an association for Muslim students. She wrote three guides for members who wanted to teach others about Islam. On the group's website, Siddiqui explained how to run a daw'ah table, an informational booth used at school events to educate people about, and persuade them to convert to, Islam. Some of what Siddiqui wrote -- about needing enough money to buy Islamic literature and posterboard -- sounds like a handout for a PTA meeting.
Other references, however, reveal a passion for Islam that could be called hard line. In the guides she wrote, "Imagine our humble, but sincere daw'ah effort turning into a major daw'ah movement in this country! Just imagine it! And us, reaping the reward of everyone who accepts Islam through this movement, through years to come . . . Think and plan big." So big was her thinking that she envisioned an outcome that might surprise many of her adopted countrymen: "May Allah give this strength and sincerity to us so that our humble effort continue, and expands until America becomes a Muslim land."
1993 : (HASSOUN & JAYYOUSI BEGIN RECRUITING - see PADILLA) Hassoun, a Lebanese-born Palestinian, and Jayyousi, a Jordanian who has U.S. citizenship, are accused of raising money and recruiting operatives beginning in 1993 to fight for radical Islamic causes in Bosnia, Kosovo, Chechnya, Somalia and elsewhere. Much of the government's case is based on some 50,000 telephone wire intercepts dating back a decade or more.
Among their alleged recruits was Jose Padilla, a former Chicago gang member who converted to Islam and allegedly plotted with top al-Qaida commanders to detonate a radioactive "dirty bomb" in a U.S. city. Padilla, whose plot never materialized, was designated an enemy combatant by President Bush and is being held without criminal charge at a Navy brig in South Carolina. --------"Two terrorism suspects ordered kept in solitary before trial ," By CURT ANDERSON , Associated Press Writer September 16, 2005
MAY 1994 : (OHIO TRUCKER/BROOKLYN BRIDGE CASE : FARIS ARRIVES IN THE US) Faris emigrated to the United States in May 1994 - "U.S. citizen secretly pleads guilty to scouting hit sites for al Qaeda ," by Frank J. Murray, Washington Times , 6/20/03
1994 : (SIDDIQUI GRADUATES FROM MIT) Mrs. Siddiqui is a 1994 graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and wrote a doctoral thesis for Brandeis University in 2001, according to the Associated Press. ------- "Suspect in terror plot still at large," By Jon Ward, THE WASHINGTON TIMES, June 16, 2003
Send him to Boston and have it done there and the costs billed to Kennedy, Kerry and Barney Frankfurter.
Then they can be responsible making sure their hero has some nice mansions to recover in.
He had his sister do some of that kind of stuff....
I think he really just needs some mineral treatments.
Let's start with lead.