The closest thing he has come to is this:
"Answering a question about possibility of a suo motu action against the detention of Dr Aafia Siddiqui in the United States, Justice Iftikhar said that Dr Aafia had not been detained in the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court as she was not in Pakistani territory."http://www.dawn.com/wps/wcm/connect/dawn-content-library/dawn/news/pakistan/18-judiciary-will-not-derail-democracy-am-04So he is walking a tight rope
but obviously does not acknowledge that she was detained in anywhere but Afghanistan. Of course the Aafia supporters insist she was originally apprehended and detained in Karachi.
Not only that guy, Whole Pakistan's Government, Opposition members and even her family her walking on tight rope., they all evade questions on her disappearance withe exception of Musharraf who some where said, indeed she had been associated with SLEAZY CHARACTERS that are involved in 9/11 brutal tragedy..
Any let me recap her life here:
Aafia Siddiqui born March 2, 1972, in Karachi, Pakistan
Siddiqui is one of three siblings. She was raised first in Zambia until the age of eight, and then in Karachi, Pakistan.
Her father, Muhammad Salay Siddiqui, was a British-trained neurosurgeon, and her mother, Ismet (n?e Faroochi), is homemaker.
Her brother Mohammad Azi Siddiqui, an architect, lives with his wife, a pediatrician, in Sugarland, Texas.
Her sister, Fowzia Siddiqui, is a Harvard-trained neurologist married to Nassar Jamali, and worked in Sinai Hospital, Baltimore, before returning to Pakistan
During her years at MIT, she was regarded as religious by her colleagues. She joined an association of Muslim students, and wrote three guides for teaching Islam.
During her undergraduate years, she lived in McCormick Hall and worked at the MIT libraries, graduating from MIT in 1995 with a degree in biology
During that time period, she solicited money for Al Kifah Refugee Center, now known as an al-Qaeda charitable front and al-Qaeda?s U.S operational headquarters, tied to Osama bin Laden and the 1993 World Trade Center bombing
In 1995 she had an arranged marriage to anesthesiologist Amjad Mohammed Khan from Karachi, whom she had never seen. They were married over the phone.[
In 1999, while living in Boston, Siddiqui, her husband, and her sister founded the nonprofit Institute of Islamic Research and Teaching
She went on to graduate study in cognitive neuroscience at Brandeis University, receiving a Ph.D. degree in 2001.
That is all fine with the exception of those highlighted words on Al Kifah Refugee Center,
after that he Siddiqui's first husband Amjad Mohammed Khan, says this
According to Khan, after the September 11 attacks Siddiqui insisted on leaving the U.S., saying that it was unsafe for them and their children to remain because the U.S. government was abducting Muslim children. He has also said that she wanted him to move to Afghanistan, and work as a medic for the mujahideen
and the problems start
In May 2002, the FBI questioned Siddiqui and her husband regarding their purchase over the internet of $10,000 worth of night vision goggles, body armor, and military manuals including The Anarchist's Arsenal, Fugitive, Advanced Fugitive, and How to Make C-4. Khan claimed that these were for hunting and camping expeditions. On June 26, 2002, the couple returned to Pakistan.
In August 2002 the couple's marriage reached a breaking point. Kahn has accused Siddiqui of being abusive and manipulative throughout their seven years of marriage, and said that she had a violent personality and extremist views, leading him to suspect her of involvement in jihadi activities. Khan went to Siddiqui's parents' home, and said he intended to divorce her. An argument took place between Khan and her father, and Siddiqui's father suffered a fatal heart attack on August 15, 2002. A few weeks later Siddiqui gave birth to the third child of their three children; Ahmed (b. 1996), Maryam (b. 1998), and Suleman (b. 2002). The two older children are American citizens. Their divorce was finalized on October 21, 2002
And another problem
On December 25, 2002, Siddiqui made a trip to the U.S., saying that she was looking for a job. She left the U.S. on January 2, 2003. The FBI suspects that the real purpose of her trip was to open a P.O. box for an alleged al-Qaeda operative, Majid Khan, who is suspected of having planned attacks on gas stations and underground fuel-storage tanks in the Baltimore, Maryland?Washington, DC area on the orders of Khalid Sheikh Muhammed. ] Siddiqui listed Majid Khan as a co-owner, and falsely identified him as her husband. The key of the P.O. box was later found in the possession of Uzair Paracha, who was convicted of providing material support to al-Qaeda, and sentenced to 30 years in federal prison in 2006. Siddiqui's ex-husband has also said he was suspicious of Siddiqui's intentions, as she made her trip at a time when U.S. universities are closed.
This I just don't understand WHY THIS LADY NEED TO LIST THAT FELLOW.. Majid Khan as her husband is indeed a question to answer. He was well known Sleaze ball in Karachi. How on this earth this lady divorces her well educated husband with three children(SOME SAYS 2) and marries this fellow??
More Problems here
The key of the P.O. box was later found in the possession of Uzair Paracha, who was convicted of providing material support to al-Qaeda, and sentenced to 30 years in federal prison in 2006. Siddiqui's ex-husband has also said he was suspicious of Siddiqui's intentions, as she made her trip at a time when U.S. universities are closed.
What is this stupid lady thinking., It is Indian subcontinent Police doing Job In US of A?? there in Land of Pure you can get away with anything..
More Problems for her
Before her disappearance, she was working at Aga Khan University in Karachi. On March 1, 2003, Khalid Sheikh Muhammad, alleged chief planner of the September 11 attacks, was arrested in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. Khalid reportedly revealed Siddiqui's name during his interrogation as a key al-Qaeda operative in Boston,
and shortly thereafter a series of related arrests began. On the same day as Muhammad's arrest, Siddiqui emailed a former professor at Brandeis University and expressed interest in working in the U.S., citing lack of options in Karachi [/b]for women of her academic background. A few days later, afraid the FBI would find her in Karachi, she left her parents' house along with her three children. She took a taxi to the airport, ostensibly to catch a morning flight to Islamabad to visit her uncle, but disappeared
And here comes the bomb from her first husband
Siddiqui's whereabouts and activities from March 2003 to July 2008 are a matter of dispute. In March 2003, the FBI issued a global "wanted for questioning" alert for Siddiqui and her ex-husband, Amjad Khan. While Siddiqui remained missing, Khan was questioned and subsequently released by the FBI. Multiple allegations were made against Siddiqui, to the effect that she was a "courier of blood diamonds and a financial fixer for al-Qaida". Khan believes she went into hiding after the global alert for her was issued. According to the U.S. and Khan, Siddiqui was at large, working on behalf of al-Qaeda.
I just don't understand why are first husband who is now living in Pakistan need to say all these things against the mother of children.. I don't understand.
Another terrible stuff from her side of family
During her 'disappearance' Khan said he saw her at Islamabad airport in April 2003, as she disembarked from a flight with their son, and said he helped Inter-Services Intelligence identify her.
Two years later he said he saw her in a Karachi traffic jam.
Siddiqui's maternal uncle, Shams ul-Hassan Faruqi, says he met her in January 2008 when she came to visit him in Islamabad, and asked for his help in order to cross over into Afghanistan where she thought she would be safe in the hands of the Taliban.
Faruqi said that he immediately notified his sister, Siddiqui's mother, who came in the next day to meet her daughter. He said that Siddiqui stayed with them for two day
So that is her family and that is 2008..
and other confesson
At the time of her arrest in 2008, when FBI agents questioned her she said she was married to Ammar al-Baluchi, also known as Ali Abdul Aziz Ali, a nephew of al-Qaeda leader Khalid Sheikh Mohammed Al-Baluchi. whom she says she married in March or April of 2003, was arrested on April 29, 2003, is in U.S. custody, and faces the death penalty for aiding the 9/11 hijackers. Siddiqui's marriage to al-Baluchi was denied by her family, but confirmed by Pakistani intelligence, the FBI, and?according to court records?by Siddiqui herself. A defense psychologist also confirmed the marriage, ] and BBC confirmed it from security sources and Khalid Sheikh Mohammed's family.
With all these things .. How on this earth people think that she is completely innocent is mind boggling and now she blames EVERYTHING ON JEWS.. that is her court statement.
Anyway, it is fascinating to think.. How such an educated lady falls in to the DARK HOLE with Islam in the brain... Clearly there are lot of questions what I pasted above. Even if she is completely innocent Still I think SHE ABSOLUTE STUPID.
With all that education she had., as Muslim could have helped Muslim woman in innumerable way..
Missing years of Dr. lady..http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a9g4vEkoxDU
Dr. Afia Siddiqui Husband's Interview By Rabiah Baighttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NUMeQcYC0Yw
Ha ! I see US passports in this video of her kids.. so she is US citizen., Well that is another headache for Pakistan Govt to fight her release from US Jails., which is independent of her troubles with 9/11 tragedyhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VbAIZbq8Hxk&feature=channel