Skip to comments.The curious case of Aafia Siddiqui
Posted on 02/09/2010 10:05:17 AM PST by pakistanwatch
Muslims across the world and in particular those who are campaigning for her release including Lord Nazir Ahmed and human rights groups must also bear in mind the following facts:
1. She was married to a person who bought night-vision goggles and body armour worth $10,000 allegedly for big game hunting in Pakistan. He himself subsequently narrates Aafias violent personality, extremist views and concerns over her involvement in Jihadi activities.
2. Her second marriage a mere 6 months after her divorce, was to Ammar al-Baluchi, also known as Ali Abd al-Aziz Ali who happens to be the nephew of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed (the 9/11 Conspirator) and a cousin of Ramzi Yousef who was convicted of the 1993 WTC Bombing. Al-Baluchi will be put on trail in New York for his involvement in mass terrorism.
3. During her stay in the US, the charities she was involved with were subsequently linked to the 1998 US Embassy bombings such as the Mercy International Relief Agency ( here). She herself ran an Islamic Charity called Islamic Research and Teaching from her flat. These activities gained her access to criminals in local prisons (here).
4. During the jury selection process Dr Siddiqui insisted on having all the jury members DNA tested to ensure that there were no Jews on the jury bench. Her similar statements in court are equally anti-Semitic.
(Excerpt) Read more at pickledpolitics.com ...
Only a NAZI or a Jihadist would believe that people of the Jewish faith have a unique DNA. She should suffer the same fate as those NAZI bastards during the first Nuremberg Trials in 1946.
Barack Obama with a friend, Sohale Siddiqi, in the fall of 1981. (All photos courtesy of Phil Boerner)
is she related to this siddiqi, who might also be a paki? anybody know?
Did everyone see the photo at the link?
Dontcha think he’s sitting real close to his room mate?
As in, REAL close?
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