Saturday, February 6, 2010

A salute from the nation for Dr.Afia siddiqui.



Dr.Afia Siddiqui- a neuro scientist from Pakistan is the most unlucky and at the same time luckiest woman of the world.It is suspected that Afia has to face imprisonment of minimum 30 to maximum 100 years.The verdict given by US court was pre-planned as we all expected.US is so called lover of peace,humanity and justice.I do not understand why US court did the drama of  running the trials for her when it had to declare Afia a convict at all cost.They couldn't prove that she shot with M4 riffle on American soldiers still they sentenced her for the same and proved her guilty without any proofs!Amazing! This could only be observed no where but in the courts of Super power which fights for the poor and claims justice for all!US has broken all the records of mental and physical torture on Afia Siddiqui.All was bad, but the intervention of US media was the worst part of it, we knew that they will prefer more to protect their own benefit  and so the verdict will be against her.

I would call Afia lucky as she has given us the reason to survive, she alone has done something ,which we all couldn't do!She has applied soot on US so-called justice and courts.she has become the reason to let all the world know that how dishonest is the US system of judiciary.

Afia is our pride. The nation of Pakistan consisting on the population of 16 carore individuals is proud on her.She is the hope herself,she has awakened the youth of Pakistan, and yes yet alone the youth shall take us ahead..!!!

I salute to the great mother of  Afia's  and Dr. Fouzia Siddiqui who at this time came forward to request the nation to avoid panic and stay calm, it really matters. I would like to quote Afia's mother in the end,

      "Down Fall of America has just begun with this unjust verdict given by the US court"

To watch Afia's mother's response click on the following link.
Afia's mothers response-down fall of america has just begun.


P.S: I have created a poll here, you can find it in the side bar, please take some time and bother voting there.let our voices be heard through this poll.

       

11 comments:

Hasaan Rafique said...

Nice post!

Well, we could all expect nothing better from America - the so-called the defender and supporter of world peace - and at the same time, the only nation who ever used the atomic bomb, and the nation that caused, through wars, death and destruction of thousands of innocent families all over the world... How very contradicting!

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This decision given by the American court proves that America is NOT in any way, the supporter of world peace. Any person in his right mind can know, that a weak, tortured and injured woman can never snatch a rifle from a fully-trained, professional soldier and try to attack him with it, given it's weight and backward thrust. And everyone knows the condition of Dr. Afia when she came into the court, she was barely able to stand up, let alone walk, and still they say it was her?! The time of her capture in Afghanistan (as told by American sources) and her appearance in USA, does not make sense as well. Not even the fastest jet could've carried her with this speed! This shows that she was already present in USA and all that scandal was pre-planned, they only SAID that she was captured outside the governer house and so. What a shame.
This shows that the decision given by the court is biased and untrue. Shame on them!

All they wanted to do was to use the Media to create a false impression about everything in the minds of the world. But whatever they do, they can not hide the truth.
The entire story about Dr. Afia as told by American sources is false. Because infact, she was kidnapped from Pakistan years ago, kept in Bagram, tortured, raped, kept in the most terrible conditions, part of her intestines surgically removed and much more, all this is the MOST inhumane and brutal treatment, for which we condemn America and say aloud that whatever they do, they'll not be able to hide the truth. Shame on America for being the most savage, brutal and unjust country of the world... !

Thinking said...

hmm...nice post Areeba...

Yes I was impressed too by the speech of a speechless mother.

I know its a big time in her life...more ironic situation is that she cant be with her child.

hmm...how much hardwork it needs to brought up a child and make her/him a good human and pray for his/her success? Countless....

And how easy was it for someone to riuned or destroy that hardwork of a poor...lonely mother into 35 years prison...? 10 days trial...without proofs....

hmm...May Allah give them strength. Ameen.

Connie L. Nash said...

I just saw this amazing post just as I had to leave so will try to return soon. THANX, ReeBz...I need to give this hard work here some undivided time.

You bring out some excellent points which help us all to look deeper!

Connie L. Nash said...

Thanks for this blogpost and for your strong, heartfelt concerns which speak for many. I don't know how to do justice to the voice of Pakistan in regards to Dr. Aafia Sidddiqui and one day soon I hope to find the right way. Please know that I voted in your good poll and salute all your efforts for justice and peace.

Because Komal's post was so short and minus polls, etc. I did post that one earlier on One Heart...at the date Feb 4th because it was an open section with the Aafia reports and made reference to yours there as well. And now I have to stay off blogging for awhile for time for other things.

Do take care...glad to see you are balancing your life with bicycle riding and friends.

Hello to your lucky Mom to have you.

Connie L. Nash said...

Your post teaches me about the deep sad painful effect our American decisions so often have on your beloved nation and faith.

I deeply apologize for us all...

Although I feel most powerless to change this and other wrongs...I pray to know sooner rather than later my little part.

My deep love, respect and care for you and all the young people you so beautifully and profoundly represent.

Connie L. Nash said...

Let me just add one concern which I can't really put into words....

Something way beyond the usual happened when Dr. Aafia testified. Allah was there, no question! Another who knew her from very early childhood told me she was her original self.

Although different media have reported what happened or what she said in various ways...few seemed to catch that as she was leaving from the verdict, she said there should be NO protests (or at least of the sort which inflame violence) and that Allah would take care of her....

Of course those who support her and love her most are going to be understandably very passionately angry and righteously so in many ways...

However, I just have a strong inner sense that Aafia wants us to seek the most peaceful possible response and that God will help us do so...

I don't know how to say this any better but as I try to find the right way to speak about the many as yet unspoken aspects of the trial, I want your prayers, ReeBz and others, to do so in the Spirit of Aafia's plea....rather than in the forgivable yet maybe not the best Way of Love and Peace from any other no matter how helpful or well-meaning they may be.




Allah help us all!

ReeBz said...

connie
i'm satisfied and feel relieved to see ur concern about dr.afia. as you're are an american writer no doubt many of americans would be under your influence, and so you are doing a good job by changing their opinions and by creating a soft heart for afia among all the americans.
i believe that every wise american can realise what is wrong and what is right and how the things should be, at the same time you too do it all. i salute your efforts. i keep checking your many posts for dr.afia and ur blog is the place which keeps me updated about Afia. thanks alot for working for peace!
love you sis.
take care of yourself and your family and
this world. :-)

Connie L. Nash said...

Thanx to you as well, dear sis and I love you deeply as well...forever...

I wanted to double-check to be sure not to mispeak to you about what Aafia was reported to say several places after verdict - this time I couldn't find where I tho't some said she indicated no protests - so take that back but she did say no violent protests and of course they can easily become that in some cases if people try to fuel that.

She did say also not to worry about her that God was taking care of her... ( was there the whole time but unfortunately missed the very time of verdict so relying on reports) but don't believe the hateful things some reporters put in Aafia's mouth...

Connie L. Nash said...

We must remember that if on occasion they were really spoken ?, it was probably no more than that she sees that SOME american and SOME jewish are not about good. And/or there are ways that military can in their worst...hypnotize/threaten to produce what is wanted. However, SINCE her testimony...I saw and sense that Aafia and Elaine the only lawyer she will speak with evidently (and sometimes trusts and seems to like) and those who know her who were there in the courtroom for Aafia's testimony and feel for her heart do believe there is hope and there is LOVE in charge...at least that's the impression I got...just to reassure you further...

I am busy trying to work more significantly on the Aafia situation in a better way than before with my gifts of writing/connections...and thus am behind...but over time maybe will have more constructive influence. How I wish I could reassure you that people in America notice and care...there are so many other concerns...but there are now a number of us who were at the trial and who are forming connections.

My best work so far has just been to made these connections, to comfort some family members, to witness everything...

I am trying to stay off everything except my writing and family but came back to say that looks like Aafia's sister is making some important connections in gov and with students in Lahore...how I wish she and Aafia's mother Ismet Sahiba could have been in the courtroom to see Aafia's great kindness and love and her wellmeaning heart finally expressed as well as a very sound mind at least during that day of testimony.

Although so much was NOT reported accurately...there was enough evidence to me that God is with Aafia and that God and Aafia want all done with love...

How about collect some Pakistani items for me to use in this spirit when I get back at RR full force?

You too dear, take care of your mother and let her take care of you...

One more thing...you are so young, so innocent, so dear...my advice about enjoying getting older to Thinking was NOT to you...
as much as possible you ENJOY being as young as you are and deserve!

More maybe in a few days...

ReeBz said...

Connie
were you yourself present in court at the time of Afia's trial?Then you must have written about it on your blog.Gosh! i missed it unfortunately! will check it someday soon InshaAAlah!

I too feel that people in America are not all bad.They do care, and notice! and most of them are peace lover and don't want racism.The problem is always in the leadership...

filpaki said...

What can i pray for her that may Allah ends her problems now.its enough..

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