Reports of Afia Siddiqui getting cancer and pregnant due to sexual abuse–>This case is enough to say that ISI is trash
Afia Siddiqui case is alone enough to say that ISI is like a truck of filthy garbage and must be grounded for sure. They have got too much authority to sell the country and its people. These morons are good for nothing. The best scenario for Pakistan will be if these feudal-corporatist and Khaki ruling elite keep fighting with each other and destroy each other. Then a new Pakistan can emerge out of it , more free, more justice-loving and more prosperous.
Below is a news report stating some shameful things which also tells us about the hypocritical justice system of United States of America. The details may be a bit exaggerated or some of the details might not be as they are but over all context is disturbing about her condition and her family facing problems to find details about her. But the main culprit is ISI as I don’t expect miracles from USA marines or security institutions.
We hope that people with sense of justice and humanity will stand up in United States of America and will raise their voice against this injustice.
Dr Afia Siddiqui gets pregnant, contracts cancer in US jail
By Shahid Abbasi -
Karachi: Pakistani scientist Dr Afia Siddiqui, who is serving 86-year imprisonment in a US prison cell, has contracted cancer and allegedly become pregnant as a result of sexual abuse during her confinement.
Talking to The News Tribe, her sister Dr Dr Fouzia Siddiqui said she had come to know through Pakistani Consul General in Houston that Dr Afia Siddiqui had been diagnosed with a cancer. She added that earlier there were reports that the Pakistani scientist had become pregnant due to alleged sexual abuse during imprisonment. However, the Pakistan Embassy has not playing its role in either confirming or rejecting the reports.
She said that former Pakistan Ambassador to US Hussain Haqqani was called back the next day when he told us the condition of Dr Afia.
She quoted Pakistan Consul General Aqil Nadeem as saying that he was requesting the jail authorities for providing medical facilities to the Pakistani scientist.
Dr Fouzia said keeping in view the reputation of the Roswell jail and the nature of her sister’s disease the request was insufficient.
She urged the Pakistan Embassy to arrange a team of physicians comprising doctors from jail as well as from private sector for Dr Afia Siddiqui.
Dr Fouzia said that newly-appointed Pakistan Ambassador to US Sherry Rehman had assured her all possible help before leaving for America to take up her new assignment. However, despite making contact with her, the envoy has not given any response in this regard.
Speaking about the reports of Dr Afia’s alleged pregnancy, she said that her family was told about it after the Pakistani scientist showed some symptoms in the women jail.
Dr Fouzia appealed to the US and Pakistani authorities to arrange a telephonic conversation of her mother with Dr Afia.
Earlier, British journalist and human rights activist Yvonne Ridley had declared the long punishment of Dr Afia as just ‘one step away from death’.
Talking about attitude of Pakistani politicians being adopted on the Dr Afia issue, she said that she would not believe in their statements until and unless her sister returns to Pakistan. Dr Fouzia complained that the politicians had only exploited the Dr Afia issue just to gain political mileage.
She said that the Pakistani scientist had been provided substandard food, which led to health problems at the jail as she had complained of it during her earlier telephonic conversations.
According to Pakistani TV anchor Aamir Liaquat Hussain, he had received information from his friends in the US that Dr Afia had contracted cancer and will be killed during confinement.
The renowned anchor said that the Pakistani scientist can be brought back through diplomatic efforts.
In a video uploaded on Youtube, Hussain said that Dr Afia had become pregnant as a result of sexual abuse in jail.
The News Tribe, a UK-based bilingual news website has approached Pakistan Ambassador to US Sherry Rehman through an email to get her point of view on the issue but received no response till the filing of this news.
It was not just a case of murder. Raymond Davis was violating his contract with Pakistan i.e. visa conditions. He was spying and working for agencies and there were indications of involvement in terrorist activities in Pakistan, so Deet cannot apply in this case.
Shame on ISI,Army,Federal and Provincial Government. It’s also disappointing to see judiciary surrendering to the pressure in this case. One also can say that prosecution was biased and planned from government but still I think judiciary could have been more active as this was not a simple murder case. Even if judiciary has surrendered for so-called national interests and security, this is wrong because no good interest can be served by denying justice. There are reports of family being pressurized and lawyers been forced to sign papers. I think Pakistan has missed the chance to see what these mercenaries are doing in the country.
We also need to see how CIA through Pakistani slaves brought this war on terror in Pakistan by invoking sectarian and ethnic clashes.
But this case should at least open few eyes and should remind us that a lot is needed to be done.
Bone headed and selfish decisions like these are damaging the concept of justice and as a result extremism is increasing.
CIA touts healthy Pak ties as spy freed : The News
A Pakistan court on Wednesday released the CIA contractor, Raymond Davis, who was accused of double murder, after $2 million in blood money was paid to the families of the dead.
The case had prompted protests in Pakistan and aggravated strained relations between Washington and Islamabad, which had faced calls to stand up to its superpower ally and try Davis for murder.
The Central Intelligence Agency, however, said relations between the spy services remained strong, amid speculation that the case was a result of a machinations between the CIA and Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence agency.
“The agency and our Pakistani counterparts have had a strong relationship for years. When issues arise, it’s our standing practice to work through them,” CIA spokesman George Little said in an email.
“That’s the sign of a healthy partnership — one that’s vital to both countries, especially as we face a common set of terrorist enemies.”
A senior Democratic senator, John Kerry, hailed the release of Davis as a “necessary step” to ensure solid relations between the two countries.
“As I said last month in my visits to Lahore and Islamabad, we deeply regret the loss of life that led to this difficulty in our relationship and the demonstrations on Pakistan’s streets, but neither country could afford for this tragedy to derail our vital relationship,” Kerry, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said in a statement.
US authorities said Davis was protected by full diplomatic immunity, a claim rejected by the Pakistani government, and a decision on his status was on Monday deferred by the Lahore high court for criminal judges to decide.
A third Pakistani was struck down and killed by a US diplomatic vehicle that raced to Davis’ assistance in the incident.
US officials have been frustrated at Pakistan’s reluctance to go after some Islamist groups on the Afghan border, including the Haqqani network which is blamed for attacks on NATO-led troops in Afghanistan.
Pakistan sees the Haqqani group as a hedge to fend off arch-foe India in Afghanistan, analysts say.
The chair of the US Senate Intelligence Committee, Dianne Feinstein, has reportedly described CIA ties with Pakistan intelligence as “something less than wholehearted partnership” and that the ISI is “walking both sides of the street.” (AFP)
An excellent investigative report by Dunya Today about Karachi Blast. I hope after these proofs this case will not be thrown in the dustbin of Waziristan or tribal areas like it is happening with Benazir case.
Below is Mustafa Kamal’s reaction to the investigation
We demand free and fair investigation and trial of the minds and hands behind this terrorism regardless of political, sectarian, ethnic and any other affiliation.
“O ye who believe! Stand out firmly for justice, as witnesses to Allah, even as against yourselves, or your parents, or your kin, and whether it be (against) rich or poor: for Allah can best protect both. Follow not the lusts (of your hearts), lest ye swerve, and if ye distort (justice) or decline to do justice, verily Allah is well-acquainted with all that ye do.” [An-Nisa 4:35]