Human rights and Dr. Aafia Siddique

this has been decided by the courts of United Nations of America to declare Dr. Aafia as a terrorist. she has been accused to shoot dead some of the American member of forces and alleged relationship with Taliban. How this has been proved in the courts is not more than a drama that has been staged in order to tease Muslim nation. How she can shoot member of forces with a gun that she even cannot lift up and which is automatically operated by the owner of the gun only.

Here I am not discussing the facts and figures but want to know what International Human Rights Agencies are doing there? why they are silent? Why a simple lady doctor is being tortured like this and they are silent like they do not have ears? They declare themselves as the protector of Human rights and speak a lot if any Taliban in Swat Banish some lady. But here they are totally showing ignorance from this issue. Isn’t it a religious discrimination with here? They are not raising voice jut because she is Muslim? Why the Government of Pakistan is not coming at front to save here?

When we will wake up? When we will be able to save our daughters? When we will construct those walls which will be stronger enough to protect our daughters? When this world will have a uniform peace order without discrimination on religions?

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4 Replies to “Human rights and Dr. Aafia Siddique”

  1. no one in this country has answer of this question.no one will awake up on this american darama.we are not a nation but a crowed only.so, how can we understand the feeling of a muslim weman.
    muslim history has an example of a lady.she was victomize by pyrates of arab,she called a brave man (Muhammad Bin Qasim) , he came over there and freed her from there capivation.
    we are all deliberatly doing wrong.
    Dr.Afiya looking for a Qasam…………………………………………..

  2. Dr Aafia Siddiqui’s conviction in a US court has received worldwide attention. The reaction has varied from dismay to outright condemnation even in the west. The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP), the outfit that should be most concerned with the issue, has evidently said or done little throughout her disappearance, trial and farcical conviction.

    This contrasts sharply with the way it took up the cases and brought pressure to bear on Pakistan in support of Bashir Masih, Mukhtaran Mai and Kashmir Singh and criticised the Supreme Court judgment that declared the NRO illegal. Why the indifference towards Aafia Siddiqui? It would be nice to know the criterion Ms Asma Jehangir and her cohorts apply when taking up human rights issues.

  3. The Lahore High Court (LHC) has directed the Foreign Ministry to consult the Law Ministry and take necessary action for safe and early release of Dr Aafia Siddiqui, who was recently indicted by a US court on terrorism charges.

    Buzz up!Hearing a petition filed by one Javed Jaffri, the LHC asked the concerned department to take necessary actions in this regard.

    Barrister Jaffri, in his petition had urged the court to ask the government to pursue Aafia’s case with more intent.

    Jaffri’s petition said that the trial judge hearing Aafia’s case was a Jew, and therefore one could not expect justice from a ‘biased person.’

    The court, however, dismissed the petition, saying the issue was not under the jurisdiction of law, and it is the government which has to take action.

    The Pakistani neuroscientist, who has been charged for firing at American investigators in Afghanistan in July 2008, is scheduled to be sentenced on May 6.

    Last week, a New York court found Aafia guilty on charges related to the attempted murder and assault of US nationals and US officers and employees in Afghanistan.

    Aafia’s unknown whereabouts between 2003 and 2008 have been the subject of much debate among human rights organisations and US government officials.

    The US government claims that she was linked to Al Qaeda, while human rights organisations maintains that Aafia was detained and tortured in US-backed secret prisons.

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