Who is Dr Aafia Siddiqui husband?

Who is Dr Aafia Siddiqui husband?

Amjad Mohammed Khanm. 1995–2002
Aafia Siddiqui/Husband

Who gave Aafia Siddiqui to America?

Khalid Sheik Mohammed
There are a number of fairly certain facts about the bizarre and tragic case of Aafia Siddiqui in the public record. The Pakistani-born doctor was given up to the CIA by 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheik Mohammed following his March 1, 2003 arrest in Pakistan and subsequent torture by the intelligence agency.

Why is Aafia Siddiqui in jail?

Siddiqui is in prison at Carswell on charges related to the attempted murder and assault of United States officers and employees in Afghanistan in 2008.

Why was Aafia Siddiqui caught?

Siddiqui was sentenced to 86 years of imprisonment by a US federal court in 2010, after she was convicted of firing at US troops in Afghanistan while in their custody and other six charges against her. She burst out from behind a curtain, grabbed an American soldier’s rifle and started firing.

What kind of family does Aafia Siddiqui come from?

Family and early life. Aafia Siddiqui was born in Karachi, Pakistan, to Muhammad Salay Siddiqui, a British-trained neurosurgeon, and Ismet (née Faroochi), an Islamic teacher, social worker and charity volunteer. She belongs to the Urdu-speaking Muhajir, Deobandi community of Karachi.

When did Aafia Siddiqui get arrested in Afghanistan?

Her whereabouts were reported to have been unknown until she was arrested in July 2008 in Afghanistan.

What was the outcome of the Aafia Siddiqui trial?

The trial lasted 14 days with the jury deliberating for three days before reaching a verdict. On 3 February 2010, Siddiqui was found guilty of two counts of attempted murder, armed assault, using and carrying a firearm, and three counts of assault on US officers and employees. After jurors found Siddiqui guilty,…

Why was Aafia Siddiqui added to the War on Terrorism list?

Khalid Mohammed reportedly mentioned Siddiqui’s name while he was being interrogated, and shortly thereafter she was added to the FBI Seeking Information – War on Terrorism list. In May 2004, the FBI named Siddiqui as one of its seven Most Wanted Terrorists.