September 30, 2013

Muslims Support Convicted Terrorist at NYC Muslim Day Parade

I think of all the photos that came out of this year's Muslim Day Parade, this is the one that makes me the sickest.

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More here.

By Rusty Shackleford, Ph.D. at 09:48 AM | Comments |

January 18, 2013

#Algeria Hostage Crisis: Terrorist Want To 'Swap' 2 Americans For 2 Jailed Terror Figures, Blind Sheikh One Of Them
Update: Lady Al Qaeda Is The Other One

The one eyed bitch wants the no eyed bitch released? Screw that!sheik_abdel_rahman.jpg

A U.S. Air Force aero evacuation plane is in the process of rescuing Americans and others who were taken hostage by an Al Qaeda-linked group at a gas plant in Algeria. The rescued hostages will be flown to a U.S. facility in Europe.

An American from Texas remains missing[Houston engineer..ed] after an Algerian military raid on the terror group reportedly ended the hostage standoff at the remote gas plant in the Saharan Desert.

Britain's Foreign Office said Friday the hostage crisis "remains ongoing," but gave no further details.

Militants reportedly want to swap two Americans for jailed terror figures, a Mauritania news site reported. One of the two, Omar Abdel Rahman, masterminded the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.[More...]

The Egyptian President, among others, also want the blind sheikh released. I wish the no eyed bitch would die already.

Update: The other terrorists they want to swap for is Lady Al Qaeda aka Aafia Siddiqui:

Previous:
In Amenas, #Algeria Hostage Crisis: Does This Really Hep?
#Algeria: Some Hostages, Including Americans, Escaped Captors
Unconfirmed Report: Several Hostages & Their Kidnappers Killed In Algerian Airstrike FRANCE 24: Hostages Forced To Wear 'Suicide Belts'?

US Officials Confirm Americans Among Those Held Hostage by Al Qaeda-Linked Group in Algeria
Al Qaeda Linked Group From Mali Claim They Are Holding 7 Americans, Among Others..
After Taking Control Of Algerian Gas Field(Update)

By Stable Hand at 09:16 AM | Comments |

September 03, 2011

YouTube User NW9Paki: What Sort Of Muslim Are You? Bast**d

Saturday funnies from NW9Paki:

I must say, this is a first for me. Any ideas for a comeback?

Video below fold cuz rapping is haraam!


By Stable Hand at 11:26 AM | Comments |

August 09, 2011

Iran's PressTV: US Justice System is Arbitrary & Capricious

Or something like that. They interviewed The Peace and Justice Foundation's director Mauri Saalakhan regarding Lady alQaeda. He compared Amanda Knox and Casey Anthony trials to Aafia Siddiqui terrorism trial.

Press TV appears to no longer want the interview on their website or the url is changed, but a Google cache is available

Director of the Peace through Justice Foundation says justice is arbitrary and capricious in the United States justice system.

Speaking to Press TV's U.S. Desk on Monday, Mauri' Saalakhan came to this conclusion by comparing the cases of Aafia Siddiqui, a U.S. citizen of Pakistani origin charged by a U.S. court, with attempted murder of U.S. troops in Afghanistan, along with Amanda Knox and Casey Anthony.

Saalakhan says “all three of these cases reveal the role that race, class, gender, religion and politics can play in the pursuit of justice. And it's not a pretty picture.”

Saalakhan's statement from The Peace and Justice Foundation's website below fold:

For Immediate Release

THE PEACE THRU JUSTICE FOUNDATION
11006 Veirs Mill Rd, STE L-15, PMB 298
Silver Spring, MD. 20902

RAMADAN 1432 A.H.
(August 7, 2011)

A Tale of Three Accused Women:
And justice American style


Assalaamu Alaikum (Greetings of Peace):

This is coming to our readers from the state of Alabama. On Friday I spoke at Masjid Qasim Bilal El-Amin in Montgomery (AL); last night I spoke at the Islamic Center in Hoover (AL), part of Greater Birmingham; tonight (insha'Allah) I will have a few words at the Birmingham Islamic Society in Homewood (aka, The Homewood Masjid), also part of Metropolitan Birmingham.

Earlier this afternoon I did an interview by telephone with Press TV (an Iran-based network I believe), a comparative analysis of the criminal cases involving three young women, two Americans and one Pakistani. The cases of Amanda Knox, Casey Anthony, and Dr. Aafia Siddiqui reveal just how arbitrary and capricious "justice" can be in the U.S. legal system, and how conceptually flawed it can be in the collective mind of the American people (generally speaking).

These three cases also reveal, in very graphic detail, the role that race, class, gender, religion and politics often play in the pursuit of justice in the western hemisphere.

Amanda Knox was prosecuted and convicted in Italy (along with her Italian lover and an African immigrant) for the brutal murder of another young female foreign exchange student. Knox received a sentence of 26 years as a result. Now via the automatic appeals process in European law (a superior quality, in my view, to American law), and the recent decision by an appellate judge to allow an independent review of key forensic evidence that was used to convict her - because the evidence was reportedly contaminated by being mishandled by Italian investigators - Knox has a good chance of winning release in the near future.

(If I were a betting man, I would wage it all on my belief that Ms. Knox will be "legally" cleared and repatriated back to America sooner than later.)

Casey Anthony, a young woman from Florida, was charged in the death of her own child, Caylee Anthony. Despite the damning evidence against her, Anthony was recently found not guilty of the most serious charges in the murder indictment, and convicted only for giving false information to the law enforcement officers who investigated the case. Anthony has now been released to an undisclosed location, and reportedly stands to make a fortune when ever she decides to "tell her story."

Dr. Aafia Siddiqui is a Pakistani national, and committed Muslim woman, who came to the United States at the age of 18 for university study. She excelled academically at the University of Houston, MIT, and Brandeis University. She also distinguished herself as a young leader of the Muslim student organization(s) to which she belonged, and engaged in praiseworthy charitable work in the greater Boston area. Aafia would later become a person of suspicion (post 9/11), return home to Pakistan, and eventually become a target of a rendition operation (along with her three young children - ages six, four, and six months) in March of 2003.

After five years of secret detention and torture, Aafia would mysteriously re-emerge in a weakened and disheveled state in Afghanistan; she would be shot and seriously injured while awaiting re-interrogation; and soon after be brought back to the United States, in 2008, to eventually stand trial (two years later) for allegedly "attempting to murder U.S. personnel" (FBI and soldiers) in Afghanistan in July 2008.

While Amanda Knox and Casey Anthony (young, white, non-Muslim females) became "tabloid darlings," whose trials played out in the public sphere like Reality TV dramas, the trial of Dr. Aafia Siddiqui was shrouded under a cloak of near anonymity within the United States - despite the presence of a significant number of reporters in the courtroom each day of the trial.

Both Knox and Anthony misled investigators (aka, repeatedly lied) during their interrogations, while Aafia was forthright from start to finish.

Both Knox and Anthony initially tried to shift responsibility for the crime that they were accused of committing on to an innocent person, and both had strong circumstantial evidence against them. In Siddiqui's case both the material and circumstancial evidence were strongly in her favor; it was the government's star witnesses that perjured themselves on the witness stand during the trial (although they were never charged with perjury)!

Casey Anthony received an extreme presumption of innocence from a jury that saw a young white female who was facing the death penalty, if convicted. (I predict that the presumption of innocence principle will strongly kick in, post conviction, based on the alleged contamination of evidence, in the appeals process for Amanda Knox.) And while Ms. Anthony had a fair and impartial jurist to preside over her case, Judge Belvin Perry, Aafia Siddiqui had just the opposite. U.S. District Judge Richard Berman was openly biased against Dr. Siddiqui from start to finish.

Anthony's jury was sequestered in a hotel, cutoff from the outside world; while Dr. Siddiqui's should have been! The jury in Aafia's case left the courthouse each day, and were continually exposed to the highly prejudicial, government-fed local media reports that contaminated the court of public opinion; reports that were so unfair and poisonous that they made any prospect for an impartial deliberation process almost impossible.

Anthony's attorneys were given a lot of latitude in their defense of their client; while Siddiqui's attorneys were hamstrung (and in the opinion of some observers, allowed themselves to be hamstrung) to such an extent, that the missing fives years of her secret detention were made off limits during the trial!

While Casey Anthony is a free woman (relatively speaking); and Amanda Knox - who has benefited from a growing defense lobby, and American press coverage that has been primarily positive - may soon be a free woman; Dr. Aafia Siddiqui (who is not accused of harming anyone!) received a sentence of 86 years on September 23, 2010, and is now being confined at a notorious institution (known as Carswell) on a military base in Fort Worth, Texas.

The well known peace activist, Cindy Sheehan, made a provocative observation regarding the outcome of Dr. Aafia Siddiqui case, not long after her sentencing:

"Even if Dr. Siddiqui did shoot at the Americans, reflect on this. Say this case was being tried in Pakistan under similar circumstances for an American woman named Dr. Betty Brown who was captured and repeatedly tortured and raped by the ISI. Here in the states that woman would be a hero if she shot at her captors, not demonized and taken away from her life and her children. I believe Dr. Aafia Siddiqui is a political prisoner and now the political bogey-woman for two US regimes."
I couldn't agree more...and so goes the tale of three accused women.

El-Hajj Mauri' Saalakhan

(c) 2011, All Rights Reserved

(permission is given to share this commentary with others, without any changes, and with the appropriate attribution)
...................................................................
I relish the fact Siddiqui is spending the rest of her life in prison, that's where she belongs and that's where she will stay.

Besides, to compare her to the other two women is raaacist and caucasianophobic!

BTW, this is what he commented regarding the terrible loss of our finest and bravest on Saturday:

A closing thought

I do believe that this Chinook helicopter was shot down by Afghan anti-occupation forces. Some would argue that there is more than a bit of poetic justice in the composition of American casualties in this particular incident. One thing is clear, however, American troops are not fighting in the cause of "freedom" - as President Obama, General Allen, and others would have us believe. These troops are fighting in the un-heroic cause of capitalistic-driven occupation; and many INNOCENT lives (aka, "collateral damage") are needlessly being lost in the process!

You sir can GFYS

By Stable Hand at 10:46 AM | Comments |

August 04, 2011

Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) Holding Swiss Couple - Will Release Them in Exchange For Lady al-Qaeda (aka Aafia Siddiqui)

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Via jihadi forum

Pakistan Taliban militants on Friday[7/29] said they are holding a Swiss couple kidnapped a month ago while on holiday in the remote province of Baluchistan.

Wali-ur Rehman, deputy head of the Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), did not provide proof that the group had the pair but said they were in good health and demanded they be exchanged for a Pakistani scientist jailed in the US.

Olivier David Och, 31, and Daniela Widmer, 28, were abducted on July 1 while driving in Baluchistan, a sparsely-populated southwestern province bordering Iran and Afghanistan that attracts few tourists due to separatist violence and Taliban activity.

No way in hell will the U.S. exchange Lady al-Qaeda for them...I hope not anyway. Not that I don't want them released unharmed, I do want that. A prisoner exchange with the Taliban is a crazy idea.

Zionist bandwidth bitch images of TTP(total toilet paper head) commander Wali-ur Rehman below fold:

Zionist bandwidth bitch: TTP commander, Waliur Rehman, in center

Related:
Swiss Confirmed 2 Nationals Were Kidnapped in SW Pakistan

By Stable Hand at 03:20 PM | Comments |

April 18, 2011

Reader (dgsfg) Love Mail: Lady alQaeda (Aafia Siddiqui) Edition

Apparently commenter dgsfg didn't like: Dear Pakistan: Aafia Siddiqui (aka Lady al-Qaeda) Was Found Guilty

All of you will God willing die at the hands of Muslims in the name of the vengence for Aafia!
Dear maniak dgsfg: Rouh ya Ayr

That.is.all.and, Allah knows best

By Stable Hand at 12:53 PM | Comments |

Dear Pakistan: Aafia Siddiqui (aka Lady al-Qaeda) Was Found Guilty

Fecking deal with it. Her lawyers aren't bullied as you say, asking for her release.

She was found guilty in our court (U.S.), acted like a beotch the whole time, threatened jurors during the trial, so let it feckin rest.

She is not innocent, Raymond Davis's release from Pakistan had nothing to do with her.

She wanted to kill and was busted.............deal with it!

She is a terrorist, not a damn stay at home Mom with a degree.

She was NOT raped and beaten while in detention.

Don't you have the Taliban to deal with?

Bitch about them for gawd sake.

Are they not killing other Muslims in your country?

Fecking damn idiots killing people over Koran burning but too chicken sh*t to demonstrate against the Taliban/alQaeda

"Free Aafia Siddiqui" bs is getting old.

Free yourselves from political Islam for gawd sake.

Stupid idiots anyway..get a feckin life!

Feckin tired of shit in my email complaining about her prison sentence

Yes, this is a rant...and now, end of rant

Our archives on the beotch

Related:
Awesome: "Lady Al Qaeda" Aafia Siddiqui Sentenced to 86 Years! **Bumped** (Updated)[09-23-2010]

By Stable Hand at 01:03 AM | Comments |

February 01, 2011

Pakistani "Poster": Exchange Aafia Siddiqui (Lady al-Qaeda) for US Embassy Consulate Employee Raymond Davis

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Image: ALLVOICES

Update on: Pakistan: US Diplomat Facing Possible Murder Charges.

Mr. Davis acted in self defense, has diplomatic immunity & the US demands his immediately release .... Pakistan (Lahore High Court) appears to be standing their ground for the time being.

The "3 killed" on above poster refers to a 3rd Pakistani hit when another vehicle came to his aid (Mr Davis was in his car when attack occurred).

Lady al-Qaeda archives here.

By Stable Hand at 11:38 PM | Comments |

January 31, 2011

Reader Love Mail: Aaifa Siddiqui Edition

You can tell your loser friends that we will bust Aafia out, and exact revenge from none other than you and people like you for what was done to her, her babies, and women and children like her and her family!

Erm. Okay.

By Vinnie at 05:07 PM | Comments |

January 05, 2011

Picture This: Oil Drum Fire for Aafia (Lady al-Qaeda) Siddiqui (Updated-Bumped-Fatwas Issued)

Or caption this, I see images in teh fire that cry out for caption. Fatwas will be issued....

The largest torch evah was set a lit to demand release of U.S.-trained Pakistani scientist Aafia Siddiqui, niece, through marriage, of 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammad. Siddiqui was sentenced on 09/23//10 to 86 years in prison for attempting to kill U.S. agents & military officers in Afghanistan.

She has become the darling of splodey dopes/ jihadi, feminazis & far left liberals everywhere. Wikileaks dump on the beotch apparently was missed/ignored by the aforementioned

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Daily Times

* Countrywide campaign to release Aafia announced

By Asad Farooq

KARACHI: Pasban Karachi Chapter on Sunday lit Asia’s largest torch at Mazar-e-Quaid demanding release of Dr Aafia Siddiqui.

Aafia’s children Mariam and Ahmed had lit the torch. Thousands of people present on the occasion raised placards and chanted slogans in favour of Dr Aafia.

While talking to Daily Times Dr Fauzia Siddiqui, sister of Dr Aafia said this torch signifies light of hope and freedom.

She said that 2010 was a very good year for her struggle because the world saw Dr Aafia as a heroin, who was earlier called an alleged criminal. She said that it was a large achievement that a simple campaign to free Aafia has been changed into a movement of honour and dignity of Pakistan.

Responding to a question she said that she is hopeful that 2011 would be the year of repatriation of Dr Aafia. Her children have provided me with inspiration and hope that if they can come then Aafia can come also.

May Lady alQaeda enjoy rotting in jail....Insha'Allah.

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Aafia Siddiqui (aka Lady alQaeda) archives

Update: Fatwas issued:

The "i will cut ur neck" fatwa issued to Bubbe for:

Last pic before the destruction: lady a-q's flashmob dancers misunderstood and built a bomb fire instead of a bonfire. Can you say "internal mistake"?
The "devil will do meetballs from your bodies issued to Bert Wikkerrink for:
Young child: Daddy, can I roast some marshmallows ?.
Father: No, Achmed, fires are for roasting meatballs.
The "why u insult holly quoran" fatwa issued to Infidelforlife for
Looks like a target rich environment!
The "mojahedin will separate your dirty head from your dirty heart" fatwa issued to Okie for
I can make out a man on a horse in the flames. The upper right plume, tilted towards 1 o'clock. There's the head of the horse, then a rider behind the mane. Looks like they're unleashing their master. Or maybe I'd just get locked up if I ever took a Rorschach test.

By Stable Hand at 09:58 AM | Comments |

December 03, 2010

Cablegate: Obligatory Post About 'Lady Al Qaeda' Aafia Siddiqui

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Enough already people...be you of progressive or Muslim view. She was gonna kill and she was caught. Why TF do you think we call her 'Lady Al Qaeda"? Sheesh

End of story

Visit our Aafia Siddiqui archives, take a aspirin and call me in the morning.

UPDATE by Rusty: Just to clarify, this numnuts that SH linked to cites a number of leaked documents released through WikiLeaks which referenced Aafia Siddique or other women prisoners -- all of which substantiate the US version of the story. ALL OF THEM.

Yet many conspiracy minded Leftists and perhaps a majority of Muslims still believe in the innocence of Siddique and that a vast conspiracy exists against her (and, to some, against Muslim women in general).

Which is why the cables are perfect to illustrate the lunacy of conspiracy theories: since they clearly refute the underlying premises of the conspiracy, then the cables themselves must be part of the same conspiracy!

It's not enough that absence of evidence is taken as a sign of the conspiracy, but in this case the clear evidence against the conspiracy is taken as a sign of the conspiracy itself.

Idiotic.

By Stable Hand at 07:02 PM | Comments |

November 21, 2010

JI Announces ‘Islamabad Sit-In’ on Dec 5 For Missing Person

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I know where Lady alQaeda is silly people

Karachi: Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) would stage a sit-in in capital Islamabad on December 5, 2010 to demand release of Dr Aafia Siddiqui and other missing persons, said JI Pakistan Amir Syed Munawar Hasan here Saturday
News travels slow to Pakistan doesn't it?

/sarc

By Stable Hand at 02:00 AM | Comments |

November 09, 2010

France's First Lady May Be On Al Qaeda's Hit List

Others around the Sandcrawler would think 'hit' means something else:

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Via DNA

Security around France's first lady Carla Bruni Sarkozy has been tightened up amid fears that she may be the "priority target" of a terrorist assassination plot.

Security services believe President Nicolas Sarkozy's wife is now "high up" on al-Qaeda's hitlist of potential VIP victims in France, it was revealed.

Fears for Bruni's safety come after Osama bin Laden issued a chilling personal threat to kill French citizens in revenge for France backing the war in Afghanistan and their new law banning the burqa.

Al Qaeda's love affair with ugly - Lady Al Qaeda:

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Aafia Siddiqui

Nuff said, and Allah knows best.

Thanks to NTa

By Stable Hand at 11:04 AM | Comments |

November 05, 2010

Jihad Rap: "Who's Gonna Free Aaifia("Lady Al Qaeda")Siddiqui?"

Hmmm, MEMRI wonders if rapper is: American Al-Shabab commander Abu Mansour Al-Amriki (Omar Hammami).

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Nasheed Who's Gonna Free Aafia Siddiqui.

Thanks to InterWire

Lyrics below fold

Related:
Kidnapped by Taliban Turned Terrorist Apologist & Convert To Islam Yvonne Ridley: "This Is Where Dr Aafia Siddiqui Will Die"
Bumb head Al Qaeda Speaks Again: "Who will Take Revenge for Dr. Aafia Siddiqui?"
"Lady al-Qaeda" archives

Alqimmah Presents English Jihadi Nasheed Who's gonna free Aafia Siddiqui.

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
Alqimmah Islamic Network
شبكة القمة الاسلامية


Presentsتقدم

Ghaaba Productions In the land of the two emigrants

Release
English Jihadi Nasheed
Entitled
Who's gonna free Aafia Siddiqui.

Dedicated To Our Dear Sister
Lady Of Bagram

Prisoner 650
The Grand Daughter of Safia
Aafia Siddiqui May Allah Release Her

How Many prisoners Will It Take..

For the Ummah To Finally Come Awake

And Make Jihad Against The Enemy

And Free My Dear Sister Aafia Siddiqui

The Time Has Come, It's The Last Straw

We're Going To bring Justice With Sharia Law

We're Not Going To Stop Until we Reach Our Goal

Khilafa On the Earth And Paradise For Our Souls

I Ask you Again How Many Prisoners will it take For the Ummah To Finally Come Awake

Subhanallah Subhanallah Subhanallah!!!

Did you see this?

I can't Believe This

Subhanallah
They Just Convicted Aafia Siddiqui!

SubhanAllah , I Don't Know What to say

I was reading the story earlier Today

and Since Then i Don't Know What to Say

I've Been Speechless, what can i do today?
Remembering My Dear Fatima From Iraq
How She Was Jailed With No Charge Of Combat
How she was Abused And She Pleaded

What She Went Through Her limits Exceeded

Remembering All Those in Abu Ghraib

Any Honor And All Was Fully Betrayed

The Pure Muslim And Pure Muslimah

Forced to do what you could've never dreamed of
Remembering the atrocities of Guantanamo

Surpassing the evil of the wicked-pharaoh
Disrespecting Degrading, I can't Explain

Western Evil Style And Corruption of Pain

Remembering destruction of the Red Mosque
Destruction of Islam was what pervez sought

He killed and jailed the students that wanted

To live And Preach What Allah Commanded

And Now Another example's Been seen

In My sister Aafia Siddiqui

How She Was Captured And Seized

How Her children Been Missing All these years

How She was jailed and she was Shot

How She was left in the jail to Rot

Get Up , Move Out, Start the On Slaughter.

Her Wicked Captors Must be Fought

Who's Goanna Free Aafia Siddiqui?

Remember The example of the Sahabi

He Started a war with Banu Qainuqa

Just for disrespecting a Sahabiya

Who's Going to Free Aafia Siddiqui?

The Romans Captured The Muslim Lady

Remember the Cry O Mutasima!!!

His Response Reflected the Muslim's Gheera

Who's Going to Free Aafia Siddiqui?

And Take Revenge for Fatima So Bravely

And Free the Weak Prisoners Haunted

The Reward for the freer can't be counted

Who's Going to Free Aafia Siddiqui?

Action's Requested no Talking Cheaply

Take Up arms, Put trust and attack them with me

And Free Every Single Aafia Siddiqui


Who's Going to Free Aafia Siddiqui?

I Pray and Pray That Allah Chooses me

And if not free i better be A Shaheed

Until every muslim prisoner is safe and free

SubhanAllah, I Don't Know what to say

I was reading her story Earlier Today

And Since then what i do is Pray

That the Ummah Will Wake And Return Today

Who's Going to Free Aafia Siddiqui?

Are you Going to Free Aafia Siddiqui?

I'm going to free Aafia Siddiqui.!

Here's My Money And My Life is ready

Are you going to free Aafia Siddiqui?.

Who's Going to free Aafia Siddiqui?.

Me, I am going to free Aafia Siddiqui!

Here's My Money And My Life is ready

To free My dear sister Aafia Siddiqui.

By the Will Of Allah we going to Free Our Dear sister Aafia Siddiqui

Sister Aafia you are never Far From our Thoughts and Prayers


Here's My Money And My Life is ready

By Stable Hand at 12:58 PM | Comments |

November 04, 2010

Kidnapped by Taliban Turned Terrorist Apologist & Convert To Islam Yvonne Ridley: "This Is Where Dr Aafia Siddiqui Will Die"

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Hmmm, I posted awhile ago: The Number Two Al Qaeda Speaks Again: "Who will Take Revenge for Dr. Aafia Siddiqui?".

Apparently Ridley has answered Zwahiri's call:

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Dr Aafia Siddiqui’s sentence to 86 years by New York judge Richard Berman sent shock waves around the world.

Many of her supporters felt that it was just one step away from the death penalty. Sadly, this might be closer to the truth than they imagine.

Not only did the judge impose an unprecedented sentence, he also personally intervened to make sure she would serve it in one of America’s most brutal institutions.

In short, Dr Aafia Siddiqui was sentenced to death – because if she remains in the innocuous sounding Federal Medical Facility in Carswell, Texas, like many others who have gone before her, she may not survive the experience.

But if Judge Berman refused to accept that Dr Siddiqui was unstable, why would he then insist on sending her to Carswell, which has been referred to as the Hospital of Horrors?

Cry me a feckin river.....beotch deserved every bit of her sentence.

By Stable Hand at 01:15 PM | Comments |

The Number Two Al Qaeda Speaks Again: "Who will Take Revenge for Dr. Aafia Siddiqui?"

He looks like he finally took a shower but didn't scrub jihad bumb clean enough or this image (click for more) was from a time when he took showers

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By Stable Hand at 11:41 AM | Comments |

September 23, 2010

Awesome: "Lady Al Qaeda" Aafia Siddiqui Sentenced to 86 Years! **Bumped** (Updated)

From the AP:

A U.S.-trained Pakistani scientist convicted of trying to kill U.S. agents and military officers in Afghanistan was sentenced Thursday to 86 years in prison after she called on Muslims to resist using violence and said she loves American soldiers.

Aafia Siddiqui, 38, was sentenced in U.S. District Court in Manhattan by Judge Richard M. Berman, who said "significant incarceration is appropriate."

And a message to all of you freak protesters from the mouth of the guilty...you better sit down because your world view myth may collapse...
Siddiqui said she was particularly upset by overseas reports that she was being tortured in a U.S. prison. She said she was actually being treated well.

"I am not sad. I am not distressed. ... They are not torturing me," she said. "This is a myth and lie and it's being spread among the Muslims."

UPDATE by Rusty: This is big news. Aafia Siddiqui is a cause celebre amongst the jihad crowd. They claim she was secretly held by the US for years where she was tortured and raped. They also claim her children are still being secretly held by the evil Zionist-Crusaders.

Expect riots in 4 ... 3 ... 2 ....

Aafia Siddiqui archives

PS -- Because of a double post I just synthesized them both into this one.

Update by Ronin:

Where would the Muslim world get these crazy ideas of rape and torture? British journalist Yvonne Ridley, among other attention whores, as noted here:

Ridley wrote about Bagram's "Prisoner 650" and her ordeal of torture and repeatedly being raped for over four years. "The cries of (this) helpless woman echoed (with such torment) in the jail that (it) prompted prisoners to go on hunger strike." Ridley called her a "gray lady (because) she (was) almost a ghost, a spectre whose cries and screams continue to haunt those who heard her. This would never happen to a Western woman." It did to Aafia, other Muslim women as well, and their ordeal continues horrifically.
Update by SH: Told yah:
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Pakistan protests

Her conviction has been widely criticised in Pakistan, where Siddiqui is believed to have been innocent and mistreated in US detention.

Rallies were staged in several Pakistani cities on Thursday. In Karachi, about 400 members of the Jamaat-e-Islami group gathered, carrying pictures of Siddiqui and chanting slogans against the US and its justice system.

The group tried to march towards the US consulate, but the police stopped them before they got too close.

Siddiqui's sister, Fauzia Siddiqui, later went to the consulate to submit a written message which said "Free Aafia Now".

Expect more of the same.

By Ronin at 12:59 PM | Comments |

February 04, 2010

Pakistan Reacts To Pakistani Al Qaeda Agent Aafia Siddiqui Conviction

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Via CSM

Karachi, Pakistan

Thousands of political and social activists and students across Pakistan on Thursday protested the conviction of Aafia Siddiqui by a Manhattan jury for the attempted murder of US soldiers in Afghanistan.

Siddiqui, a US-educated neuroscientist and Pakistani citizen was found guilty Wednesday. For many Pakistanis, the verdict is another example of the US government’s high-handedness and is expected to fuel anti-American sentiment in a country where Washington's foreign policy is already viewed with suspicion.

“The public’s reaction [to the conviction] can be read as a reaction to drone attacks, travel restrictions, and other discriminatory policies [against Pakistanis],” says Riffat Hussain, a political and defense analyst at Islamabad’s Quaid-e-Azam University.

A reminder of what Rusty posted yesterday about this verdict; Lookout for sudden jihad syndrome

By Stable Hand at 02:01 PM | Comments |

February 03, 2010

Guilty: Pakistani al Qaeda Agent Convicted in Attempted Murder Case -- Jews Mostly to Blame UPDATE: Be On the Lookout for Sudden Jihad Syndrome

Aafia Siddiqui is guilty, guilty, guilty. Of course, the juice are to blame:

After the verdict was delivered, Siddiqui shouted to the court: "This is a verdict coming from Israel, not America."
Riots in Pakistan should begin in 4 ... 3 .... 2 ....

No, really. This LA Times article was written before the verdict was announced:

Amina Janjua, an Islamabad human rights activist, said rage over the case could spill into the streets.

"When Pakistanis go wild, they can do anything," Janjua said. "Every second that the U.S. holds our daughter, they are testing the whole nation, testing how much patience we have, how much we can tolerate."

Pakistanis actually believe the drivel coming out of Khalid Shiekh Mohammad's niece's mouth. That's right, Aafia is married to KSM's nephew. KSM named her as an al Qaeda agent. And the stories that women were being tortured at Baghram airbase were started by .. al Qaeda itself!

I'd stay away from any location where foreigners congregate in Karachi for the next few days.

No, strike that. I'd be on the lookout for acts of violence right here in the U.S.

I'm serious. And I don't mean riots. I mean, um, more like ......

I'd be lying if I said that I thought this guy was a lone nut. There is organization to this. And just a reminder, Tarek "Abu Sayaba" Mehanna -- sitting in jail on terror charges -- was one of those who made the frequent pilgrimage to New York to attend Aafia's trial.

By Rusty Shackleford, Ph.D. at 04:17 PM | Comments |

January 29, 2010

Update On "Akhis On The Forums Sobbing, Crying, Humping Each Other; One Of Their Fav Al Qaeda Akhi Dead"

Original post here

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Recommend story here

Do it for the akhis on the forums, they will love you and maybe, just maybe I will get a Fatwa?!?!?!

By Stable Hand at 09:16 AM | Comments |

January 28, 2010

Al Mosul: Hangover Remedy For Soon To Be Martyr

hair of the dog hair of your body

A must sez the akhis at Al Mosul

Martyr wannabe's believe all their sins will be forgiven in the act of martyrdom. Hence the hangover. Also, most wannabe's shave all their body hair before martyrdom.

By Stable Hand at 11:04 AM | Comments |

January 14, 2010

Terrorist Cause Celebre "Boycotts" Own Trial Over Zionist Infiltration

Aafia Siddiqui, an al Qaeda fundraiser and would-be assassin, is boycotting her own New York City trial because there might be J-O-Os on the jury:

"I'm boycotting the trial, just to let all of you know," Aafia Siddiqui said as a judge began jury selection in federal court in Manhattan. "There's too many injustices. ... I'm out of this."

After U.S. District Judge Richard Berman responded, "Thank you, Dr. Siddiqui," she put her head down on the defense table and went silent as prosecutors flashed a photo of her face on a television monitor...

"I don't trust you," she told the judge at one point Wednesday before the potential jurors packed the courtroom. She later complained that she wouldn't get a fair trial if Zionists were allowed on the panel.

First they infiltrated the government. Then they infiltrated our courts. Next, they will infiltrate our brains!

By Rusty Shackleford, Ph.D. at 01:58 PM | Comments |

February 23, 2009

Aafia Siddiqui and the Lying Jihadis That Support Her
[UPDATE: Aafia "Fit for Trial"]

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The pic above is widely circulated on the internet and by the MSM as evidence that Dr. Aafia Siddiqui was "tortured" while in US custody. The case has generated outrage all over the Muslim world, and several Taliban and al Qaeda videos show "martyrs" killing in revenge for her alleged mistreatment.

The problem? Dr. Siddiqui's former husband is now claiming that the photo was taken before she disappeared from Pakistan only to turn up years later in Afghanistan:

"He added that Dr Fowzia had similarly threatened him several years ago by taking a picture of Aafia while she was asleep after she injured her upper lip (by a milk bottle) in an accident. Dr Fowzia warned Amjad that if he tried to divorce Aafia, she would use the picture against him alleging him to be an abusive husband. 'It was made to appear in the picture that Aafia was badly injured. Today, the same picture is being circulated in the media to claim that Aafia was tortured for years in Bagram,'” he revealed."
Let me reiterate: this is a big deal in the Muslim world. People have died over the outrage this case has generated.

The al Qaeda narrative that Siddiqui is an innocent woman who was abducted by US agents and held for years at Bagram air base where she was systematically raped and tortured as "Prisoner 650" is widely believed. There is no evidence of this, but there is substantial evidence that Siddiqui -- including the testimony of Khalid Shiekh Mohammad -- was a key al Qaeda financier. There is also a good case to be made that Siddiqui is insane, and it looks like that is the line of defense her lawyers may use at her upcoming attempted murder trial.

It is imperative that we counter the falsehoods about Sidiqqi which fuel jihad. Miss Kelly has a two posts essential to those following the case. Part 1 is here and part 2 is here.

UPDATE: Good news, it looks like she'll be going to trial after all:

"A federal prosecutor said Monday that two psychiatrists who have examined Aafia Siddiqui, a Pakistani neuroscientist charged with trying to kill an American soldier and F.B.I. agents while in custody in Afghanistan, said she was not suffering from psychological illness that would render her unfit for trial. That assessment was in contrast to a previous evaluation of Ms. Siddiqui's fitness."
Remember, being psychological fit for trial does not necessarily mean she isn't a nutcase. It just means she is able to understand the proceedings enough to help in her own defense and that she is morally culpable for her actions. From what her ex-husband writes of her, she seems to suffer delusions that there is a grand Zionist Juice / American Crusader plot against Muslims. Which is a paranoia common to jihadis and their ilk.

Thanks to Miss Kelly.

By Rusty Shackleford, Ph.D. at 02:55 PM | Comments |

August 26, 2008

Aafia Siddiqui’s son in Afghan custody

This story just took another strange twist.

Via The Daily Times

WASHINGTON: US authorities have confirmed that the 11-year old boy they claim to have captured with Dr Aafia Siddiqui in Kabul is her son Ahmed.
According to a report in the Washington Post, in a letter to Siddiqui’s family, US authorities said that photos and DNA tests strongly suggest that the youngster in Afghan custody is Siddiqui’s son Ahmed. The boy is claimed to have been detained on July 18 when Afghan police arrested Siddiqui near a government compound in Ghazni. Siddiqui and her three children disappeared in 2003 in Karachi.
No word on the whereabouts of the other two children..

By at 08:13 PM | Comments |

August 21, 2008

Good News: Pakistan Parliament Unified in Conspiracy Theory; Demands Release of al Qaeda Operative

Signs that the day of reckoning with Pakistan is fast approaching, or just domestic politics as elected leaders of the world's dumbest "democracy" succomb to mass hysteria? I'd opt for the latter if it wasn't so intricately tied to the former.

AFP:

Pakistan's parliament Thursday demanded the immediate repatriation of a female scientist held in the United States on charges of trying to kill US officials in Afghanistan, officials said.

A resolution moved by Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi and adopted unanimously by the lower house also demanded immediate information on the whereabouts of Afia Siddiqui's three children, they said.

They are also sending a parliamentary delegation to visit Aafia Siddiqui who has taken on martyr status in the Muslim world as "proof" that the U.S. routinely detains, tortures, and rapes harmless women and children.

How big is this? The first point of order a Ministry of Foreign Affairs press briefing today was not about Musharraf's resignation or about the dramatic rise in Taliban terror attacks, it was about what steps Pakistan was taking in securing the release of Aafia Siddiqui.

The thought never crossed their minds that maybe the reason that Aafia Siddiqui and her children have been missing these long years was because she didn't want to be found? She was, after all, fingered by none other than 9/11 mastermind Khalid Shiekh Mohammad as having some role in the al Qaeda network.

By Rusty Shackleford, Ph.D. at 04:33 PM | Comments |

August 13, 2008

Note to al Qaeda: By the Time You Look Up, It Will Already be Too Late UPDATE: Domestic Terror Plot Link?

Thanks to all those who e-mailed me this. A lot of people are focusing on the fact that Aafia Siddiqui had maps of New York City, chemical compounds, guides on how to make WMD, and a Ph.D. in a related field. All very interesting, yes. But making WMD is much harder than most imagine and without some kind of delivery device to get said weapons from Kandahar to NYC, all kind of moot.

And the notion that she or her friends could pull off an attack on Plum Island a la the Nelson DeMille novel? Laughable.

The most important aspect to her arrest is the electronic trail she left linking her to al Qaeda operatives and leaders. I'm guessing her arrest probably had something to do with this, hence the title to this post.

The Blotter has the scoop:

That haul of information has led multiple government sources to describe Siddique, a 36 year-old MIT graduate, as a potential "treasure trove" of information on terrorist supporters, sympathizers or 'sleepers' in the United States and overseas.

"She is the most significant capture in five years," said former CIA officer John Kiriakou, who said she lives up to her reputation as an alleged terrorist 'Mata Hari.' ...

"This is a major haul, a major capture for the FBI," said Kiriakou. "To find someone who has such rich information, computer hard drives, e-mails, that is really a major capture." ...

When nabbed by a team of Afghanistan National Police officers on July 17th, she also had in her possession a one gigabyte digital media storage device - a thumb drive - whose contents included a large trail of emails that authorities are now poring over, sources said. Those e-mails, a source involved in the investigation said, are between "what she described as 'units' and what we would call 'cells'."

Very interesting.

Oh, and a note to our paranoid Muslim friends:

Pakistani officials present at the hearing said they had "no information" on the allegations that Siddique had been secretly held prisoner and "no information" to offer on the allegations that their government may have assisted in that capture.
Jay has a video up of the Islamist reaction to Siddiqui's arrest that I've been warning about for days now.

UPDATE: WTF? Ed speculates that maybe Siddiqui's thumb drive might have had something to do with Saleman Abdirahman Dirie. I think his cautionary maybe it's just a coincidence is much more likely. But I'm glad he linked it because otherwise I wouldn't have heard about this:

Less than two weeks before the Democratic National Convention a man has been found dead in a Denver hotel room with a container of what authorities initially suspect to be the deadly poison cyanide.

Adding to the intrigue is that the dead man, Saleman Abdirahman Dirie, 29, appears to be from outside the U.S. No passport was found on Dirie, who is believed to have entered the country from Canada.

A large container of a white powdery substance was found in the man’s room on the fourth floor of The Burnsley hotel at 10th and Grant.

Domestic terrorism?? Since I'm obviously late to the game here, any one with any info on Dirie should e-mail me.

UPDATE II: Wow. Dirie apparently left a comment at a blog which indicates he was a jihad supporter. Thanks to Ace.

By Rusty Shackleford, Ph.D. at 12:23 PM | Comments |

August 12, 2008

US Denies Siddiqui Was Held Prior to Last Month

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Another day yet another Aifia Siddiqui protest.

Thanks to Miss Kelly who, like me, thinks the Aafia Siddiqui arrest is a much bigger story than the attention its garnering. She writes:

While the Siddiqui case isn't garnering much attention here, it's HUGE in Pakistan, as you know. I can't believe how many Pakistanis believe that she's been "continuously tortured and raped" by Americans for five years at Bagram.
It's true, not only in Pakistan but around the Muslim world tens of millions of people actually believe that Siddiqui was held for years and routinely tortured and raped. Not only that, but they believe that she is representative of many other Muslim women who the U.S. tortures --- for the fun of it or because we are a bunch of Islamophobes.

She reprints this:

"But yesterday, US officials vehemently denied that Siddiqui had been in American custody until her recent arrest."

"Dean Boyd, a Justice Department spokesman, called the allegations 'absolutely baseless and false.' A CIA spokesman also denied that she had been detained."

" 'For several years, we have had no information regarding her whereabouts whatsoever,' said Gregory Sullivan, a State Department spokesman on South Asian affairs. 'It is our belief that she . . . has all this time been concealed from the public view by her own choosing.'

Meshes well with the notion I have that Siddiqui wanted to get caught, doesn't it?

A theory that Miss Kelly heard from a colleague and which Newbie keeps coming back to is that Siddiqui was being held by the Pakistani ISI--either in some kind of witness protection program or in some kind of nameless horror that must by a Pakistani detention center--and that she was dumped in Afghanistan after pressure mounted for her release early last month.

Like I've said, I'm not inclined to buy into that story. It seems much more likely to me that she wanted to get caught in order to garner more support for al Qaeda which uses the "US tortures/rapes Muslim women" as justification for spectacular terror attacks. I fully expect that the next successful al Qaeda attack will be done in Siddiqui's name.

I also can't help but wonder if her capture might help explain how we were able to kill "the commander of al Qaeda in Afghanistan", Abu Saeed al-Masri today? It stands to reason that if the two are related then any intel she gave us must have been fresh enough to use, and therefore, contrary to the widespread conspiracy theories in the Muslim world, she has not been in either our or the Pakistani's custody until very recently.

By Rusty Shackleford, Ph.D. at 03:37 PM | Comments |