Missing persons killed by al Qaeda: SC told
Additional Attorney General for Pakistan Karim Khan Agha told a three-member bench headed by Justice Javed Iqbal the data gathered from laptops in possession of Masood Janjua and Faisal Faraz showed their links with al Qaeda. – File Photo
ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court was informed on Wednesday that missing persons — Masood Janjua and Faisal Faraz– had been killed by the terrorist outfit al Qaeda six years back.
Additional Attorney General for Pakistan Karim Khan Agha told a three-member bench headed by Justice Javed Iqbal that resumed hearing of missing persons cases that the data gathered from laptops in possession of Janjua and Faraz showed their links with al Qaeda.
He said Janjua and Faraz had been killed some six years back and it was highlighted by the media as well.
Amna Masood Janjua, wife of Masood Janjua and chairperson Defence of Human Rights, claimed that her husband and Faisal Faraz had been alive and were in the custody of sensitive agencies.
She demanded that their graves should be identified and DNA tests be carried out to determine their identity.
Justice Javed Iqbal directed her to provide evidences in his chamber.
The bench who took up issue of chronic missing persons cases expressed dissatisfaction over delayed action against Frontier Constabulary personnel who had been identified by six of the missing persons’ families, accusing them of taking away their loved ones.
Asma Jehangir, president Supreme Court Bar Association and counsel apprised the bench that despite recommendations of Commission on missing persons, so far no action was taken against the FC personnel.
The bench also directed the police to present a report on next date of hearing in the case of MNA Fazal Rab Pirzada who had gone missing few years back.
Further hearing was adjourned till next week.
Either this is a lie or ISI/CIA are new Al-Qaeda. Imagine what other crimes (Benazir Murder,Islamic University Blast,Peshawar Market Blast etc)they may have done in the name of Al-Qaeda,TTP etc , infact many of the gorups have doubtful origins and no one knows where in hell they have come from.
Aslam O Alaikum
I must inform you all the bad news that Mrs. Amina Masood Janjua, her
daughter, son and other women/men along with innocent little
children(s) have been punished on raising voice for justice. Yesterday
night they all have been arrested at 1330 hours (midnight) and till
today have been kept in Women Police Station Islamabad. Police is not
ready to release them. I must request you all that spread this message
to as much as you can and show solidarity with the arrested innocent
men/women and join in a protest being held today i.e. on 17th March
2011 on 1600 Hours in D-Chowk Islamabad for the release of arrested
persons. This is the time – Now or Never. Stand with the persons who
are putting efforts for the rights of Pakistani Nation. If this moment
passed, and we failed to join them then we shall have left with
nothing but grieve and repent.
You may call Mrs. Janjua at 0301-5240550 (she is still in Islamabad
Women Police Station Prison) and encourage her. Any one of you, who
can reach there must visit there and support the arrested persons.
We are living in Dark Ages of humanity ruled by Hitlers all across the world.
Defence of Human Rights Pakistan and other concerned citizens have announced a Rally in Islamabad on the issue of Raymond Davis :
Below is the message from Amina Masood Janjua (via facebook):
Grand Rally, to keep building the pressure regarding CIA agent Killer Raymond Davis..!!! Come All on Monday at China Chowk Blue area Isd. 3 pm , 28th of Feb 2011.
All the top leaders have given their commitment; Qazi saab, Gen Gul, Raja Zafer ul Huq, Roadad Khan, Dr. Shereen Mazari,Aamir Mughal,Amina Janjua, Ibaddur Rehman’s brother will speak at this Grand Rally on 28th Feb 2011 at 3 pm starting from China Chowk Islambad.
Any info regarding the Rally please call @ 051-5511687-6 , or msg @ 0344-5356688. thanks. Hoping to gain momentum for a Revolution inshallah….!!!
Also an event is created on FB for this :
The way things are going in USA courts, it seems Aafia is not going to get a fair trial. The real issue of her relationship with Al-Qaeda will not be addressed because FBI doesn’t have any evidence and the charges put on her are real baseless. Anyone with even minor sense of justice can see the shallowness of the fabricated evidence.
She is charged of snatching a weapon and trying to shoot American soldiers .The real great thing is that in the process she herself got shot.
This is all bullshit and ridiculous. Is American army an army of eunuchs? A weak woman snatches a gun and tries to shoot them?
There is still no clue about the 2 missing children of Aafia.
It’s also interesting that even after so many years (She was abducted in 2003 from Pakistan by USA and Pakistani agencies which was also reported at that time in local and international media) FBI has come up with such a lame case and even in that they didn’t have enough evidence to connect her with Al-Qaida or terrorist activities so this question was put aside by the court.
Vigil held for release of Dr Aafia & others
ISLAMABAD – A number of citizens Tuesday protested in front of the Parliament by lighting candles, protesting the illegal abduction and detainment of Dr. Aafia Siddiqui and other missing persons in United States prisons.
Relatives of the missing persons, civil society activists along with students, teachers, doctors, journalists, professionals, and representatives of human rights organisations were present at the occasion. Dr. Atia Anayatullah (PML-QA), Senator Talha Mehmood and Syed Bilal President Jamaat-e- Islami were also present at the occasion.
Over 300 people lit candles to show solidarity against the abduction of Dr. Aafia. They wore red scarves and bands as a sign of emergency and raised slogans against her detention.
Protests and Candle-lit vigils were planned in various countries in support of Dr. Aafia Siddiqui. The start of Dr. Aafia Siddiqui trial had been declared “Free Dr Aafia Siddiqui Day” across the U.S., UK, Pakistan, Australia, Spain, Qatar, Turkey, and the Middle East. In Pakistan, peaceful vigils were held in Karachi and Lahore press clubs and Islamabad along with other international venues at the same time.
Participants at the occasion vehemently condemned her detention and appealed for efforts to secure her immediate release. “Dr Aafia is a daughter of Pakistan and her return to Pakistan is a very vital issue”, they noted.
They said that the Government must take immediate steps for safe recovery of all the missing persons including Dr. Aafia. They said that after taking charge in January 2009, American President Barack Obama said that he would work for protecting human rights, and closure of Guantanamo prison was the proof of his statement.
In accordance with the said statement of the American President, they continued that American government must release Dr. Aafia immediately.
While talking to TheNation, Chairperson Defence of Human Rights in Pakistan (DHRP) Amina Janjua, who is the wife of one of the missing persons Masood Janjua, said that Dr. Aafia went missing in 2003.”She had spent many years in pain and miseries, and we are here to show solidity against her abduction and pain”, she added.