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Aafia Siddiqui one of the most controversial women who was serving her sentence in the US after detaining by the FBI when she was alleged with terrorist charges. The name is again much-hyped when a man holds the hostages inside a Texas synagogue and demands the US government to release the Pakistani woman serving sentence named Aafia Siddiqui. Aafia is serving a 86 years sentence. The woman had been detained by the US army in Manhattan in 2010 when she was accused of shooting a US military official at the time of negotiation in Afghanistan a couple of years back. Get more information on who is Aafia Siddiqui.

Aafia Siddiqui

The US justice authority stated the woman associated with a dreaded and significant terrorist group al-Qaida as a courier and finance in their allegations. But millions of her followers claimed that she was an innocent man and has been trapped by the authority by accusing her of fake charges. Well, there are numerous theories surfacing all over the Internet, but all those stories again get revived with the Texas incident wherein a man is demanding her release from the Texas prison.

After the incident when Aafia’s name is trending on the Internet a vital amount of people wanted to learn more about Aafia. If we talk more about her, Aafia Siddiqui was born on 2 March 1972 well known as a Pakistan neuroscientist. In addition to this, she was born in Pakistan and belongs to a Sunni family. She received her PhD in neuroscience from Brandes University in 2001. Later, she returned to her native country during the dreaded events of 9/11 and again in 2003 amidst the war in Afghanistan. Later she came under the radar of the FBI when Khalid Sheikh Muhammad named her a courier and financier for Al-Qaeda.

As and when she came into the radar of the FBI they enlisted her in Terrorism list. She was the only woman on the list. At the time she along with her three children had been captivated in Pakistan. After a gap of five years, she again appeared in Ghazni, Afghanisthan and was detained by the Afghan Police and taken into custody for negotiation.

On the second day of her custody shot a US FBI and Army personnel with an M4 carbine. In response, an officer shot her in the torso and was hospitalized and later served 86 years sentence at Federal Medical Center, Carswell, in Fort Worth, Texas. Stay tuned with Social Telecast for more information and the latest details.