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A Human Rights Rally For

Dr. Aafia Siddiqui

Dr. Aafia Siddiqui

Thursday, May 6, 2010 Noon
Foley Square
Corner of Center & Worth Streets, in lower Manhattan, New York City

For more information, contact the
The Peace Thru Justice Foundation
phone: (301) 762-9162
email: peacethrujustice@aol.com

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We have the capacity in America to do more than simply pray for her well being; we can organize and peacefully flood the streets at the federal courthouse in lower Manhattan on Thursday, May 6, 2010 (in the vicinity of the Brooklyn Bridge). We can convey the message loud and clear, ‘Not in Our Name’.

Concerned citizens, both Muslims and non-Muslims, are planning a mass mobilization in New York City. We need the active support of everyone who can empathize with the plight of this young mother, sister, daughter and friend.

Dr. Aafia Siddiqui is a Pakistani national who disappeared from the streets of Pakistan, along with her three young children (victims of rendition), in March 2003. It is believed that she spent the next five years (2003-2008) as a secretly held prisoner at the U.S. controlled detention center in Bagram, Afghanistan. In July 2008, Dr. Siddiqui mysteriously reappeared on the streets of Ghazni, Afghanistan, in a weakened and disheveled state, only to be re-arrested, gravely injured by gunfire, and subsequently brought to the United States to stand trial for allegedly attempting to “murder U.S. personnel.” She was convicted, and will be sentenced in July.

Release Dr. Aafia Siddiqui

 

Endorsers of the May 6 Mobilization for Dr. Aafia Sidiqui:

American Muslim Alliance (AMA)
Community Masjid of Atlanta (Georgia)
Families United For Justice in America (FUJA)
International Action Center (New York)
International Family & Friends of Mumia Abu-Jamal (Philadelphia, PA)
Islamic Circle of North America (NY Chapter)
JERICHO
Justice For Aafia Coalition (U.K.)
Majlis-Ashura of New York
Masjid At-Taqwa (Brooklyn, NY)
Masjid Mujahideen (Philadelphia, PA)
Mosque of Islamic Brotherhood (Harlem, NY)
Movement in Movement Artist & Activist Collective (New York)
Muslim Alliance in North America (MANA)
Muslims Consultative Network (New York)
Pakistan USA Freedom Forum (New York)
Project SALAM (Albany, NY)
The Fahad Hashmi Support Committee (New York)
The Fort Dix 5 Support Committee (Philadelphia, PA)
The Free Shifa Support Committee (Atlanta, GA)
The Newburgh Four Support Committee (New York)
The New York Coalition to Free Mumia Abu-Jamal
The Peace And Justice Foundation (Silver Spring, MD)
The Tarek Mehanna Support Committee (Boston, MA)
WESPAC Foundation (Pleasantville, NY)