Dr Aafia Siddiqui, a Pakistani neuroscientist, who is serving her 86-year sentence in prison in the United States (US), has passed on a unique message to Prime Minister Imran Khan, looking for the help of the head against her “unlawful detainment”.
“I need to escape jail. My detainment in the US is illicit as I was captured and taken to the US,” she expressed in the message that has been passed on to the head administrator by means of Consul General of Pakistan at Houston, who visited Aafia at Federal Medical Center (FMC) Carswell in Texas a month ago.
“Imran Khan had supported me in the past also. I have constantly considered him as one of my greatest inspirational heroes and wish to consider him to be the Khalifa all Muslims considered,” Aafia’s message expressed further and included that he [Imran Khan] ought to be watchful of the “munafiq” [hypocrites] around him.
Every one of the individuals who condemn Imran Khan for his past oversights should quit doing that in light of the fact that under Islamic law he is blameless, Aafia said. “Indeed, even the Sahaba [Companions of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)] had committed errors in their lives and when they grasped Islam, their past missteps were pardoned.”
“It is the equivalent with Imran Khan. He had once expressed himself that he came to find out about Islam substantially sometime down the road,” she expressed.
The message has been passed on to PM Khan through a letter of Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
On June 7, 2018, the Supreme Court of Pakistan called a report from the Pakistan Embassy in Washington on Dr Aafia, after a three-part seat – driven by Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nisar – heard an appeal to recorded by the detained researcher’s sister, Dr Fouzia.
Dr Aafia Siddiqui was arrested by a New York government area court in September 2008 on charges of attempted murder and strike, coming from an occurrence amid a meeting with the US experts in Ghazni, Afghanistan — charges that she denied. She has likewise been blamed for working for Al Qaeda.
Aafia, a MIT graduate, supposedly disappeared for a long time before she was found in Afghanistan. It is said that she grabbed a weapon amid cross examination in Ghazni and attempted to shoot a US fighter.