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President Asif Zardari & Dr. Tanveer Zamani to bring Aafia Siddiqui back!
Aafia Siddiqui, 86 year -sentenced prisoner in the US, convicted to have ties with extremist groups & attempted murder of the American soldiers. Her mother once disappointed with the Government of Pakistan demanded Dr. Zamani to help her.
Aafia Siddiqui's mother Statement:
"I am making this press release, above and beyond the legal logistics of my daughter Dr. Aafia Siddiqui’s case, although the decision in her case remained a dilemma to the people of Pakistan, and many in the world including the American Muslim community.
The sufferings of Muslim community post 9-11 are self-explanatory when on last Thursday, March 10, 2011, an American Democratic congressman Keith Ellison broke down into tears during a hearing on Radical Islam.
While I regret that the efforts so far made, including by our Pakistani Government have remained unheard, I as a mother of Aafia, on behalf of all the Pakistani mothers, raise my hopes in Dr. Tanveer Zamani’s voice as Mother and hope Pres. Asif Ali Zardari fulfills his duty.
Since Dr. Tanveer Zamani Sahiba is popularly known as “Pakistan ko jese ma mil gai ho” (as if Pakistan has gotten a mother in the form of Zamani). So, I ask her, as a Mother to a Mother, above and beyond all the American legal and Pakistani formal government proceedings and the intricacy of the case, only on an absolute Humanitarian basis, that Dr. Zamani must consider it as a duty to humanity and act as a mother, than being just known as a leader. “I hope my voice will reach you Dr. Zamani. Please bring my daughter Aafia back home and let her children meet their mother”. I am not asking you to challenge their law , I am asking you to challenge your own motherhood. And, after listening to you, I trust your instincts as a human, and as a mother!"
Mother of Aafia Siddiqui
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