The Pakistani women locked up at Bagram US Base is Dr. Afia Siddiqui, arrested from Karachi, Pakistan with her children by Pakistani agencies four years ago. According to the following report from Daily Jasarat July 25, 2008, Dr. Afia has lost her senses due to excessive mental torture and the decrepet condition in which she is lockd with male prisoners.
Throughout March 2003 flashes of the particulars of Dr. Afia were telecast with her photo on American TV channels and radios painting her as a dangerous Al Qaeda person needed by the FBI for interrogation. On learning of the FBI campaign against her she went underground in Karachi and remained so till her kidnapping. Her arrest was acknowledged and then she become one of the hundreds on the missing people’s list in Pakistan.
Columnist Ataur Rehman wrote in Nawa-e-Waqt (1 April 2004) that a Pakistani scientist Dr Afia Siddiqi might have been arrested and handed over to the FBI on charges of being a member of Al Qaeda. This would disprove the official claim that no Pakistani would ever be handed over to the FBI.
A few days later after her disappearance in Pakistan an American news channel, NBC, reported that Dr. Afia Siddiqui had been arrested in Pakistan on suspicion of facilitating money transfers for terror networks.
Later, both the Pakistan government as well as US officials in Washington denied any knowledge of Afia’s custody, making her disappearance even more mysterious.—– “Mysterious Cover-up : Afia Siddiqui’s mysterious disappearance leads to speculation about an official cover-up.,”
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