Aafia’ Son Released and Returned To Pakistan

The 12-year-old son of a woman long suspected of links to al-Qaida and facing charges in a New York court returned to his relatives in Pakistan on Monday, two months after he was detained with his mother in Afghanistan…

Aafia Siddiqui’s lawyers claim that before she was arrested and brought to New York, Siddiqui was kidnapped by U.S. operatives and kept in secret captivity in Pakistan. The ordeal, they said, left her with severe physical and mental problems. U.S. officials deny she was ever in their captivity before she surfaced in Afghanistan in July.

American prosecutors say that when taken into custody in Afghanistan, she was carrying handwritten notes referring to a «mass casualty attack» and listing the Empire State Building and other New York landmarks. However, the indictment contains no charges of terrorism. >>>>>

3 Responses to Aafia’ Son Released and Returned To Pakistan

  1. Emilio M says:

    hmm holding a child for that long is ludicrous. What were they expecting to get out of him? Nothing absolutely nothing as an afghan child is the same as any child. What would he know about his parents issues. If America does have real evidence against her then follow with due process of law but a child would be scarred by the harsh interrogation tactics and isolation from family. Shame on them for keeping him that long

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