Where is humanity of humans


We have hospitals very equipped and medicines so advance but humans are so less in humanity. Everyone doing a job but without a purpose like completing the working hours in offices. A nurse or attendant or doctor everyone need to be same. Equality as a doc role is important equal is the role of each member in a hospital. Similarly every other profession. I felt a pain of patients and people admitted but felt so sad for those who are to assist people looked so tense to help humanity and people were so empty of compassion and mercy for patients in pain and diseases. We developed and get so state of art in medicine and equipment and device but how and when we being human will be full of humanity and humbleness and compassion. Sorry to say but our media could and suppose to make the difference similarly our family systems, culture and civilizations should and must have develop the role of every being to assist each other irrespective of departments and professions. one do not always need pile of tools/assets/money but two or at least a sympathetic word of sympathy worth millions to make other strong and strengthen the passion and values and develop the culture to be more human rather machines for a shift or few like university credit hours or job hours a week or dailies. I really admire those who are keen to help and I really admire to Heads and attendants to be more human and full of emotions and at same time very professional with honesty and determination to help out humanity and people around. We and everyone could make a difference and a strong point you do not need to look around to people who do nothing beside making others life difficult. No government or program could make you a human but your own self and your own family. Every single person is asset to build a society of humans. Professions are a noble cause when one do with a purpose and without a purpose a being in not a human being but a machine. May or may not you disagree but i like the disagreement too 🙂
This world we are living in a place of aftermaths and after effects of our deeds. One day when we could help a person in need and we stop us from helping other is a day we stop our human to keep breathing and the moment after you will feel bad. And surely there will come a moment in your very own life you will feel shame of that act in past. As the matter of fact this is never so late. You decide now and your very next moment you will be a human and will start breathing and you will surely live every moment coming ahead. All humans may our color and regions or language or even faiths may different but being human we are all the same and we live in the same world and same nature and same happening and occurrence happens in our lives. To regret later in life either in 30s or 70s age of year better wake up today when you are young and ambitious to live a life full of emotions and desires and objectives.
You will surely will be dazzling when you will be really a human as per merit of humanity and surely sooner or later you will be one ray of light to be followed and get inspired by other beings but for the time you are living you have to make the difference with your very own words and your very own actions. You may assist a person with a wheel chair or stretcher or even guide someone. These so tiny deeds worth gigantic to the Creator called God. And for God your tiny and gigantic deeds both are same. All God sees how purified your deed and actions are and how good intentions you have to help others. And surely with faith God will make your life worth living with patience and content of heart.
Bottom line: Make objectives and purposes in your professions and this is your part of change. And all drops will surely make the who ocean sparkling like a dwelling place of humanity.
Please be you and be a human with humanity with any profession you have to follow during the walk of your very own life. I request to all readers please be human at least and you professions and jobs come very later.
You need to understand that you need to give self respect to you at very first step. The day you will give self respect to you, surely you will respect others. And surely you will have positive waves to make other heart clear with your intentions and yes if someone acted opposite not mater how late but that person will surely praise for your very good of manner and respect and later will get back to you the joy and blessings to you for you good deed and your past actions.
God bless you all with each passing moment with understanding blessings to strive your walk towards everyone destiny with patience and peace and content to the Only Creator God.

Where is humanity of humans


We have hospitals very equipped and medicines so advance but humans are so less in humanity. Everyone doing a job but without a purpose like completing the working hours in offices. A nurse or attendant or doctor everyone need to be same. Equality as a doc role is important equal is the role of each member in a hospital. Similarly every other profession. I felt a pain of patients and people admitted but felt so sad for those who are to assist people looked so tense to help humanity and people were so empty of compassion and mercy for patients in pain and diseases. We developed and get so state of art in medicine and equipment and device but how and when we being human will be full of humanity and humbleness and compassion. Sorry to say but our media could and suppose to make the difference similarly our family systems, culture and civilizations should and must have develop the role of every being to assist each other irrespective of departments and professions. one do not always need pile of tools/assets/money but two or at least a sympathetic word of sympathy worth millions to make other strong and strengthen the passion and values and develop the culture to be more human rather machines for a shift or few like university credit hours or job hours a week or dailies. I really admire those who are keen to help and I really admire to Heads and attendants to be more human and full of emotions and at same time very professional with honesty and determination to help out humanity and people around. We and everyone could make a difference and a strong point you do not need to look around to people who do nothing beside making others life difficult. No government or program could make you a human but your own self and your own family. Every single person is asset to build a society of humans. Professions are a noble cause when one do with a purpose and without a purpose a being in not a human being but a machine. May or may not you disagree but i like the disagreement too 🙂
This world we are living in a place of aftermaths and after effects of our deeds. One day when we could help a person in need and we stop us from helping other is a day we stop our human to keep breathing and the moment after you will feel bad. And surely there will come a moment in your very own life you will feel shame of that act in past. As the matter of fact this is never so late. You decide now and your very next moment you will be a human and will start breathing and you will surely live every moment coming ahead. All humans may our color and regions or language or even faiths may different but being human we are all the same and we live in the same world and same nature and same happening and occurrence happens in our lives. To regret later in life either in 30s or 70s age of year better wake up today when you are young and ambitious to live a life full of emotions and desires and objectives.
You will surely will be dazzling when you will be really a human as per merit of humanity and surely sooner or later you will be one ray of light to be followed and get inspired by other beings but for the time you are living you have to make the difference with your very own words and your very own actions. You may assist a person with a wheel chair or stretcher or even guide someone. These so tiny deeds worth gigantic to the Creator called God. And for God your tiny and gigantic deeds both are same. All God sees how purified your deed and actions are and how good intentions you have to help others. And surely with faith God will make your life worth living with patience and content of heart.
Bottom line: Make objectives and purposes in your professions and this is your part of change. And all drops will surely make the who ocean sparkling like a dwelling place of humanity.
Please be you and be a human with humanity with any profession you have to follow during the walk of your very own life. I request to all readers please be human at least and you professions and jobs come very later.
You need to understand that you need to give self respect to you at very first step. The day you will give self respect to you, surely you will respect others. And surely you will have positive waves to make other heart clear with your intentions and yes if someone acted opposite not mater how late but that person will surely praise for your very good of manner and respect and later will get back to you the joy and blessings to you for you good deed and your past actions.
God bless you all with each passing moment with understanding blessings to strive your walk towards everyone destiny with patience and peace and content to the Only Creator God.

A letter from Dr Aafia Siddiqui and Algerian kidnappers demand release of Dr Aafia Siddiqui


A letter from Dr Aafia Siddiqui

“My Dead Nation”


Lauren Booth speaking at protest against Aafia Siddiqui’s sentence London 23.09.2012


Rare Footage of Dr Aafia Siddique
https://www.facebook.com/video/embed?video_id=326382164118858

Aafia Siddiqui; PhD. Doctor and an MIT graduate, originally from Karachi disappeared in 2003 and mysteriously resurfaced in US custody in 2008. She was convicted in February 2010 in a Manhattan courtroom for attempted murder and armed assault, having allegedly shot at soldiers who were guarding her in custody. What is the truth behind this story? Who is Prisoner 650?

Included are comments from renowned British journalist Yvonne Ridley and Dr. Aafia’s own sister, Dr. Fowzia Siddiqui, a Harvard-trained neurologist.

Source:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ElPu8NbFp3I

My name is Dr. Aafia educated from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA) with three children and aim of helping my nation with my high class education is very pleased from your help.

I was kidnapped from my own country by my brothers and sold to America. I was brutally treated, raped, tortured, again and again given name prisoner 650.

I prayed for my Muhammad Bin Qasim for every second of my years in prison in a Muslim country Afghanistan.

I am sister of 1/5 world’s Muslim population . My nation is historically famous in defending and protecting their citizens right from the beginning. Hazrat Omar (RA) Said, if a dog dies near river Arafat, Omar will be responsible on day of judgment.

At the moment I can’t walk on my own, one kidney is removed, bullet wound in my chest, denied any medical and legal aid and not sure whether I will be alive or not.

I would like to revoke my status of sister. I am a proud Muslim, follower of Hazrat Muhammad SAW, daughter of Hazrat Abubakar, Hazrat Umar, Hazrat Usman and Hazrat Ali and Companions and their true followers. I don’t want to be your sister.

They are my protectors and I will seek Allah’s help not yours.

I don’t want to be Pakistani who has 600,000 troops and special force SSG but fail to protect me, they sworn to protect me but refused when I was looking at them for help.

My so called Muslim Ummah having millions of soldiers, guns, tanks. Automatic weapons fighter plans, submarines and yet they failed to save me. Don’t worry about day of judgment you won’t be answerable as you are not my

brothers in Islam. You are Arabic, Persian, Palestinians, African, Malaysian, Indonesian, South Asian but not Muslims.

I am sorry if hurts you but you can’t imagine how hurt I am.’

Aafia Siddiqui

Recently :Algerian kidnappers demand release of Dr Aafia Siddiqui

By Yvonne Ridley

THE only thing that surprised me when I heard that the Algerian kidnappers had called for the release of Dr Aafia Siddiqui was that it hadn’t happened sooner.
 Don’t get me wrong, as a former hostage myself, there is no way I condone the actions of what has unfolded in a remote corner of the Algerian desert.
 And my heart goes out to the families of those who have lost loved ones in the unfolding drama at the In Amenas gas plant siege said to have been masterminded by Mohktar Belmokhtar. The infamous one-eyed Algerian militant apparently with ties to al Qaida, has claimed responsibility for launching Wednesday’s attack.
 It also goes without saying there is no way the kidnappers, whether politically or criminally motivated, can be justified in their actions.
 But an injustice is an injustice and as the only western journalist to have specifically gone to Afghanistan to investigate the case of Dr Aafia Siddiqui, I have to say her plight has become a cause célèbre around the Muslim world.
 And I have an uncomfortable feeling that more and more westerners will be kidnapped as their captors demand the release of Dr Aafia Siddiqui, a woman I once called the most wronged in the world.
 So just who is Dr Aafia Siddiqui and why is a group of North Africans calling for her release?
 Well it’s very easy to get emotional about a wronged Muslim woman caught up in the War on Terror but I am not basing my case on emotion just some simple cold, hard facts and forensic evidence … or lack of it, but more of that and her bizarre story later.
 Her family will certainly not be pleased that a group of Algerian terrorists have called for her release because it will give a perception in some quarters that Dr Aafia must be an Islamic extremist. It’s a narrative pushed by US intelligence although it has to be said in her trial the opening statement of the prosecutor stated quite clearly that she was not al-Qaida nor a terrorist sympathiser.
 The case of the mother-of-three is well known in every household in Pakistan from the most religious to the most secular … the majority of which have been demanding her repatriation for years. Now she is known as the Daughter of the Nation although her story has travelled well beyond Pakistan’s borders.
 Thousands of Muslim children have been named after her because of all that she has come to symbolise. Everything that she represents stems from the injustices created by America’s War on Terror … the kidnaps, renditions, torture, rape and waterboarding.
 The brilliant academic, a neuro scientist, educated in top US universities, is tonight languishing in a Texan jail serving an 86 year sentence after being found guilty of trying to kill American soldiers.
 The fact they shot her at close range and nearly killed her is often overlooked.
 To their eternal shame, the US soldiers serving in Afghanistan claimed in court under oath that the diminutive, fragile academic leapt at them from behind a prison cell curtain, snatching one of their guns to shoot and kill them. It was a fabricated story that any defence lawyer worth his or her salt would have ripped apart at the seams.
 The scenario painted in court was incredulous and more importantly, the evidence non existent – no gunshot residue on her hands or clothes, no bullets from the discharged gun, no fingerprints belonging to Dr Aafia on the gun … other vital evidence removed by US military from the scene went missing before the trial. Come on, we’ve all seen episodes of CSI – the science doesn’t lie.
 After being patched up in a medical wing in Bagram, she was then renditioned to America to stand trial for an alleged crime committed in Afghanistan. Flouting the Vienna and Geneva Conventions, she wasn’t given consular access until the day she made her first court appearance.
 The trial was held in New York, a stone’s throw from where the Twin Towers once stood making it impossible not to invoke the memories of that horrific day on September 11 which for some forever turned Muslims into Public Enemy Number One.
 A lack lustre legal team forced on Dr Aafia by the US authorities failed to sway the jury of her innocence, despite the overwhelming scientific evidence that she could not have snatched a soldier’s gun let alone pull the trigger.
 I went into the cell in Ghazni a few weeks after the shooting in July 2008 and discovered that the soldiers had panicked and sprayed the room with bullets as they struggled to flee. The evidence is there on film shot during my visit and handed over to the defence team.
 The prosecutors could not believe a western journalist had travelled to this part of Afghanistan and obtained compelling witness and visual evidence. Soon after that vital forensic evidence including spent bullets that had been gouged out of a wall in the cell, went missing.
 Seeing Dr Aafia emerge unshackled and unhooded from behind a curtain caused blind panic among the young soldiers who had been briefed by the FBI they were going to arrest one of the most dangerous women in the world.
 I interviewed eyewitnesses, senior Afghan police officers and one after another told me their acount of what happened. Yet the only Afghan brought to court to give testimony against her was the FBI’s translator who now has a green card and lives in New York with his family.
 What the jury was not told is that Dr Aafia, and her three children, all aged under five at the time, had been kidnapped from a street near their home in Karachi and disappeared from 2003.
 The FBI put out a story at the time that she had in fact gone on a jihad to Afghanistan – it was a ludicrous tale without foundation and, as every mother of young children knows, a journey to the local corner shop with toddlers is a monumental challenge so heading off to fight in Afghanistan with a pram, pushchair and toddler in hand is simply inconceivable. The FBI narrative was destroyed by Boston-based Elaine Whitfield Sharp, a lawyer hired by the Siddiqui family when Dr Aafia first disappeared.
 The missing years of the academic’s life reveal a story which is now known to virtually everyone in the Muslim world where she is widely regarded as a victim of George W Bush’s War on Terror.
 As she tried to tell the jury how she was held in secret prisons, with no legal representation, cut off from the outside world since 2003 where brutal interrogation techniques were used to break her down, she was silenced by the judge who said he was only interested in the cell shooting incident.
Judge Richard Berman, a modest little man with much to be modest about, insisted he was not interested in the missing years; it had no relevance to the case he insisted.
She testified that after completing her doctorate studies she taught in a school, and that her interest was in cultivating the capabilities of dyslexic and other special needs children. She emerged as a humanity-loving nurturer and educator, the gentle yet resolute seeker for truth and justice.
As the evidence continued we learned that she didn’t know where her three children were – it was sensational content for those who knew the real story. She talked of her dread and fear of being handed back to the Americans when she was arrested in Ghazni and was held by police.
 Terrified that yet another secret prison was waiting for her she revealed how she peeked through the curtain divider into the part of the room where Afghans and Americans were talking, and how when a startled American soldier noticed her, he jumped up and yelled that the prisoner was loose, and shot her in the stomach. She described how she was also shot in the side by a second person. She also described how after falling back onto the bed in the room, she was violently thrown to the floor and lost consciousness. This ties in exactly with what I was told by the counter terrorism police chief I interviewed in Afghanistan back in the autumn of 2008 – I remember him laughing as he told me how the US soldiers panicked, shot randomly in the air as they stampeded out of the room in a blind panic.
Of course there’s no way a bunch of soldiers are going to admit they lost it, but according to those I interviewed for my film In search of Prisoner 650 in Afghanistan that’s exactly what happened.
Two of her missing children have since been found and reunited with their extended family in Karachi. It is still not clear where the children were held when they were snatched from a street in Karachi but there’s no disguising their American accents … possibly picked up from their jailers.
 So why did the FBI want to speak to Dr Aafia in the first place and why did they portray her as a dangerous terrorist on the run? if she was the person they painted why wasn’t she charged with terrorism offences and why was the prosecutor at pains to point out that she was not al Qaida?
 One person who might hold the key is Dr Aafia’s ex-husband who has resisted attempts to be interviewed by me. He was going through a very combative and bitter divorce in the months before she disappeared. He first came to the attention of the FBI in 2002 when he was living in America but what he told them that would lead them to suspect his ex-wife of wrongdoing is anyone’s guess.
 Who snatched Dr Aafia and her children? I don’t know, but I have also tracked down several ex-Bagram detainees who told me they saw Dr Aafia being held in Bagram in 2005 and gave a positive identity of her by photographs before her kidnap and after her arrest in Ghazni.
 The bottom line is Dr Aafia Siddiqui should not be in prison and as long as this injustice continues she will become a rallying call for anyone who wants to pick a fight with America.
 Acknowledging the injustice and returning Dr Aafia to her home in Pakistan will not stop extremists from causing terror, but it might make the lives of US citizens a lot safer if this wrong is put to right.

* British journalist Yvonne Ridley is a patron of Cageprisoners as well as being the European President of the International Muslim Women’s Union and the Vice President of the European Muslim League.

Source:
https://www.facebook.com/note.php?saved&&note_id=10151226688547894&id=96043737372

A letter from Dr Aafia Siddiqui and Algerian kidnappers demand release of Dr Aafia Siddiqui


A letter from Dr Aafia Siddiqui

“My Dead Nation”


Lauren Booth speaking at protest against Aafia Siddiqui’s sentence London 23.09.2012


Rare Footage of Dr Aafia Siddique

Aafia Siddiqui; PhD. Doctor and an MIT graduate, originally from Karachi disappeared in 2003 and mysteriously resurfaced in US custody in 2008. She was convicted in February 2010 in a Manhattan courtroom for attempted murder and armed assault, having allegedly shot at soldiers who were guarding her in custody. What is the truth behind this story? Who is Prisoner 650?

Included are comments from renowned British journalist Yvonne Ridley and Dr. Aafia’s own sister, Dr. Fowzia Siddiqui, a Harvard-trained neurologist.

Source:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ElPu8NbFp3I

My name is Dr. Aafia educated from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA) with three children and aim of helping my nation with my high class education is very pleased from your help.

I was kidnapped from my own country by my brothers and sold to America. I was brutally treated, raped, tortured, again and again given name prisoner 650.

I prayed for my Muhammad Bin Qasim for every second of my years in prison in a Muslim country Afghanistan.

I am sister of 1/5 world’s Muslim population . My nation is historically famous in defending and protecting their citizens right from the beginning. Hazrat Omar (RA) Said, if a dog dies near river Arafat, Omar will be responsible on day of judgment.

At the moment I can’t walk on my own, one kidney is removed, bullet wound in my chest, denied any medical and legal aid and not sure whether I will be alive or not.

I would like to revoke my status of sister. I am a proud Muslim, follower of Hazrat Muhammad SAW, daughter of Hazrat Abubakar, Hazrat Umar, Hazrat Usman and Hazrat Ali and Companions and their true followers. I don’t want to be your sister.

They are my protectors and I will seek Allah’s help not yours.

I don’t want to be Pakistani who has 600,000 troops and special force SSG but fail to protect me, they sworn to protect me but refused when I was looking at them for help.

My so called Muslim Ummah having millions of soldiers, guns, tanks. Automatic weapons fighter plans, submarines and yet they failed to save me. Don’t worry about day of judgment you won’t be answerable as you are not my

brothers in Islam. You are Arabic, Persian, Palestinians, African, Malaysian, Indonesian, South Asian but not Muslims.

I am sorry if hurts you but you can’t imagine how hurt I am.’

Aafia Siddiqui

Recently :Algerian kidnappers demand release of Dr Aafia Siddiqui

By Yvonne Ridley

THE only thing that surprised me when I heard that the Algerian kidnappers had called for the release of Dr Aafia Siddiqui was that it hadn’t happened sooner.
 Don’t get me wrong, as a former hostage myself, there is no way I condone the actions of what has unfolded in a remote corner of the Algerian desert.
 And my heart goes out to the families of those who have lost loved ones in the unfolding drama at the In Amenas gas plant siege said to have been masterminded by Mohktar Belmokhtar. The infamous one-eyed Algerian militant apparently with ties to al Qaida, has claimed responsibility for launching Wednesday’s attack.
 It also goes without saying there is no way the kidnappers, whether politically or criminally motivated, can be justified in their actions.
 But an injustice is an injustice and as the only western journalist to have specifically gone to Afghanistan to investigate the case of Dr Aafia Siddiqui, I have to say her plight has become a cause célèbre around the Muslim world.
 And I have an uncomfortable feeling that more and more westerners will be kidnapped as their captors demand the release of Dr Aafia Siddiqui, a woman I once called the most wronged in the world.
 So just who is Dr Aafia Siddiqui and why is a group of North Africans calling for her release?
 Well it’s very easy to get emotional about a wronged Muslim woman caught up in the War on Terror but I am not basing my case on emotion just some simple cold, hard facts and forensic evidence … or lack of it, but more of that and her bizarre story later.
 Her family will certainly not be pleased that a group of Algerian terrorists have called for her release because it will give a perception in some quarters that Dr Aafia must be an Islamic extremist. It’s a narrative pushed by US intelligence although it has to be said in her trial the opening statement of the prosecutor stated quite clearly that she was not al-Qaida nor a terrorist sympathiser.
 The case of the mother-of-three is well known in every household in Pakistan from the most religious to the most secular … the majority of which have been demanding her repatriation for years. Now she is known as the Daughter of the Nation although her story has travelled well beyond Pakistan’s borders.
 Thousands of Muslim children have been named after her because of all that she has come to symbolise. Everything that she represents stems from the injustices created by America’s War on Terror … the kidnaps, renditions, torture, rape and waterboarding.
 The brilliant academic, a neuro scientist, educated in top US universities, is tonight languishing in a Texan jail serving an 86 year sentence after being found guilty of trying to kill American soldiers.
 The fact they shot her at close range and nearly killed her is often overlooked.
 To their eternal shame, the US soldiers serving in Afghanistan claimed in court under oath that the diminutive, fragile academic leapt at them from behind a prison cell curtain, snatching one of their guns to shoot and kill them. It was a fabricated story that any defence lawyer worth his or her salt would have ripped apart at the seams.
 The scenario painted in court was incredulous and more importantly, the evidence non existent – no gunshot residue on her hands or clothes, no bullets from the discharged gun, no fingerprints belonging to Dr Aafia on the gun … other vital evidence removed by US military from the scene went missing before the trial. Come on, we’ve all seen episodes of CSI – the science doesn’t lie.
 After being patched up in a medical wing in Bagram, she was then renditioned to America to stand trial for an alleged crime committed in Afghanistan. Flouting the Vienna and Geneva Conventions, she wasn’t given consular access until the day she made her first court appearance.
 The trial was held in New York, a stone’s throw from where the Twin Towers once stood making it impossible not to invoke the memories of that horrific day on September 11 which for some forever turned Muslims into Public Enemy Number One.
 A lack lustre legal team forced on Dr Aafia by the US authorities failed to sway the jury of her innocence, despite the overwhelming scientific evidence that she could not have snatched a soldier’s gun let alone pull the trigger.
 I went into the cell in Ghazni a few weeks after the shooting in July 2008 and discovered that the soldiers had panicked and sprayed the room with bullets as they struggled to flee. The evidence is there on film shot during my visit and handed over to the defence team.
 The prosecutors could not believe a western journalist had travelled to this part of Afghanistan and obtained compelling witness and visual evidence. Soon after that vital forensic evidence including spent bullets that had been gouged out of a wall in the cell, went missing.
 Seeing Dr Aafia emerge unshackled and unhooded from behind a curtain caused blind panic among the young soldiers who had been briefed by the FBI they were going to arrest one of the most dangerous women in the world.
 I interviewed eyewitnesses, senior Afghan police officers and one after another told me their acount of what happened. Yet the only Afghan brought to court to give testimony against her was the FBI’s translator who now has a green card and lives in New York with his family.
 What the jury was not told is that Dr Aafia, and her three children, all aged under five at the time, had been kidnapped from a street near their home in Karachi and disappeared from 2003.
 The FBI put out a story at the time that she had in fact gone on a jihad to Afghanistan – it was a ludicrous tale without foundation and, as every mother of young children knows, a journey to the local corner shop with toddlers is a monumental challenge so heading off to fight in Afghanistan with a pram, pushchair and toddler in hand is simply inconceivable. The FBI narrative was destroyed by Boston-based Elaine Whitfield Sharp, a lawyer hired by the Siddiqui family when Dr Aafia first disappeared.
 The missing years of the academic’s life reveal a story which is now known to virtually everyone in the Muslim world where she is widely regarded as a victim of George W Bush’s War on Terror.
 As she tried to tell the jury how she was held in secret prisons, with no legal representation, cut off from the outside world since 2003 where brutal interrogation techniques were used to break her down, she was silenced by the judge who said he was only interested in the cell shooting incident.
Judge Richard Berman, a modest little man with much to be modest about, insisted he was not interested in the missing years; it had no relevance to the case he insisted.
She testified that after completing her doctorate studies she taught in a school, and that her interest was in cultivating the capabilities of dyslexic and other special needs children. She emerged as a humanity-loving nurturer and educator, the gentle yet resolute seeker for truth and justice.
As the evidence continued we learned that she didn’t know where her three children were – it was sensational content for those who knew the real story. She talked of her dread and fear of being handed back to the Americans when she was arrested in Ghazni and was held by police.
 Terrified that yet another secret prison was waiting for her she revealed how she peeked through the curtain divider into the part of the room where Afghans and Americans were talking, and how when a startled American soldier noticed her, he jumped up and yelled that the prisoner was loose, and shot her in the stomach. She described how she was also shot in the side by a second person. She also described how after falling back onto the bed in the room, she was violently thrown to the floor and lost consciousness. This ties in exactly with what I was told by the counter terrorism police chief I interviewed in Afghanistan back in the autumn of 2008 – I remember him laughing as he told me how the US soldiers panicked, shot randomly in the air as they stampeded out of the room in a blind panic.
Of course there’s no way a bunch of soldiers are going to admit they lost it, but according to those I interviewed for my film In search of Prisoner 650 in Afghanistan that’s exactly what happened.
Two of her missing children have since been found and reunited with their extended family in Karachi. It is still not clear where the children were held when they were snatched from a street in Karachi but there’s no disguising their American accents … possibly picked up from their jailers.
 So why did the FBI want to speak to Dr Aafia in the first place and why did they portray her as a dangerous terrorist on the run? if she was the person they painted why wasn’t she charged with terrorism offences and why was the prosecutor at pains to point out that she was not al Qaida?
 One person who might hold the key is Dr Aafia’s ex-husband who has resisted attempts to be interviewed by me. He was going through a very combative and bitter divorce in the months before she disappeared. He first came to the attention of the FBI in 2002 when he was living in America but what he told them that would lead them to suspect his ex-wife of wrongdoing is anyone’s guess.
 Who snatched Dr Aafia and her children? I don’t know, but I have also tracked down several ex-Bagram detainees who told me they saw Dr Aafia being held in Bagram in 2005 and gave a positive identity of her by photographs before her kidnap and after her arrest in Ghazni.
 The bottom line is Dr Aafia Siddiqui should not be in prison and as long as this injustice continues she will become a rallying call for anyone who wants to pick a fight with America.
 Acknowledging the injustice and returning Dr Aafia to her home in Pakistan will not stop extremists from causing terror, but it might make the lives of US citizens a lot safer if this wrong is put to right.

* British journalist Yvonne Ridley is a patron of Cageprisoners as well as being the European President of the International Muslim Women’s Union and the Vice President of the European Muslim League.

Source:
https://www.facebook.com/note.php?saved&&note_id=10151226688547894&id=96043737372

Al-Khidmat Foundation Pakistan:Orphans:flood victims:IDP:Rescue:education


Alkhidmat Orphan Care Program



https://www.facebook.com/v/10200336932810542

Aghosh Al-Khidmat Murree

Pictures

Pictures from Aghosh  

Few More:

From Samaa TV

http://www.samaa.tv/programdetail.aspx?v=565&ID=107&dt=10/28/2012
http://www.samaa.tv/programdetail.aspx?v=566&ID=107&dt=10/28/2012 
http://www.samaa.tv/programdetail.aspx?v=567&ID=107&dt=10/28/2012 
Appeal:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3pcg6zvEGzM
 

BACKGROUND

In Pakistan around 50 Million children are under 17 years of age and out of which about 4.2 Million are orphans. Due to natural catastrophe, numbers of orphans has recently increased considerably therefore, society as a whole has to come forward to provide shelter and support to these helpless children.
In line with its mission to serve the humanity Al-Khidmat Foundation is launching Al-Khidmat Orphan Care Program (AOCP) to extend assistance to these parentless children in form of Education, Health, Food and counseling irrespective of caste, color creed and religion at their doorstep.
VISION
To patronize the vulnerable orphans throughout the country and see them to grow up as good citizens and useful members of the society, leading a contended, dignified, healthy, happy and prosperous life.
MISSION
Our Mission is to dedicate our efforts, expertise and resources to facilitate the vulnerable orphans in terms of education, subsistence, health care and psycho social/ moral uplifting by setting up Orphanages and through financial/ moral support under Orphan Family Support Program at their door step.
SCOPE
We envisage a way of achieving our Vision through a comprehensive orphan support program throughout the country under an umbrella of Al-Khidmat Orphan Care Program (AOCP).
Our Beloved Prophet (peace be upon him) said:
“I and the person who looks after an orphan will be in Paradise together like this…” – then he raised his forefinger and middle finger together.
(Hadith Bukhari).
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ALKHIDMAT FOUNDATION PAKISTAN

Head Office:
711, Block J – 2, Johar Town, Lahore – Pakistan
Ph: +92-42-3595 7260
Fax: +92-42-3595 7261
E-mail: info@al-khidmatfoundation.org


http://www.al-khidmatfoundation.org 

Introduction: 



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mR1H-jckT38

https://www.facebook.com/v/10200347575836611

Al-khidmat Blood Bank at Al-Khidmat Hospital, Nazimabad, Karachi. A project of Al-Khidmat Welfare Society, Karachi.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&v=qXKcnyTCKhQ&

From Media معروف اینکر مبشر لقمان کے پروگرام کھرا سچ

https://www.facebook.com/v/10200255792222078

From AJ :Documentary on Al Khidmat Rescue Activity

https://www.facebook.com/v/3952785942683

PIMA Free Eye Surgery Camp 

https://www.facebook.com/v/4891081959497

Niamatullah Khan On Balochistan Food 

https://www.facebook.com/v/4757199092509

AL-kHIDMAT Tamir-e-Millat School Balakot

https://www.facebook.com/v/4740602917615 

Appeal for the victims of Rains & Flash Flood in Pakistan (2012)

https://www.facebook.com/v/4661844508704

AL-KHIDMAT SMS Service

https://www.facebook.com/v/4300145226448

Al-Khidmat Volunteer Workshop

https://www.facebook.com/v/3961160712047 

Al-Khidmat Children Festivel 

https://www.facebook.com/v/3938119496031

“بچے کی دعا”

https://www.facebook.com/v/3892530876344

 الخدمت جندر پن چکی

https://www.facebook.com/v/3811281285155 

Al-Khidmat Water project (Gadap Town Karachi)

https://www.facebook.com/v/3810759352107 

Water-is-Life-Alkhidmat-Foundation-Pakistan  

Water is critical to nourishing and fostering life. One in two people in developing countries cannot access clean water, and hundreds die every day due to illnesses related to contaminated water. Every day, diarrhea diseases from easily preventable causes claim the lives of approximately 5000 people, most of them young children. According to a survey, 70% population of Pakistan is deprived of cleaned drinking water.
Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan is working on continuing basis to supply clean water in NWFP, Kashmir, Tharparkar (Sindh) and Balochistan. To provide cleaned water, Alkhidmat Foundation has also decided to fix filtration plants in all populated cities of the country.
Objectives:
To provide pure, safe and clean drinking water to general public at affordable cost.
Main Features:
Filtered, Safe and hygenic water.
Location:
Ten plants in each districts of Pakistan. (113 destrics)
Beneficiaries
General Public (specially poor public)
Project Cost
1.5 Million Our water services are following: 1- Water wells 2- Water Tanks 3- Hand pumps 4- Water Filtration Plants. 
 
https://www.facebook.com/v/3644485875374  

Al-Khidmat IDP’s Documentary 

https://www.facebook.com/v/2647100021351 

Al-Khidmat Relief for Flood

 https://www.facebook.com/v/2438777973430 
 

Al-Khidmat Foundation Pakistan:Orphans:flood victims:IDP:Rescue:education


Alkhidmat Orphan Care Program



Aghosh Al-Khidmat Murree

Pictures

Pictures from Aghosh  

Few More:

From Samaa TV

http://www.samaa.tv/programdetail.aspx?v=565&ID=107&dt=10/28/2012
http://www.samaa.tv/programdetail.aspx?v=566&ID=107&dt=10/28/2012 
http://www.samaa.tv/programdetail.aspx?v=567&ID=107&dt=10/28/2012 
Appeal:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3pcg6zvEGzM
 

BACKGROUND

In Pakistan around 50 Million children are under 17 years of age and out of which about 4.2 Million are orphans. Due to natural catastrophe, numbers of orphans has recently increased considerably therefore, society as a whole has to come forward to provide shelter and support to these helpless children.
In line with its mission to serve the humanity Al-Khidmat Foundation is launching Al-Khidmat Orphan Care Program (AOCP) to extend assistance to these parentless children in form of Education, Health, Food and counseling irrespective of caste, color creed and religion at their doorstep.
VISION
To patronize the vulnerable orphans throughout the country and see them to grow up as good citizens and useful members of the society, leading a contended, dignified, healthy, happy and prosperous life.
MISSION
Our Mission is to dedicate our efforts, expertise and resources to facilitate the vulnerable orphans in terms of education, subsistence, health care and psycho social/ moral uplifting by setting up Orphanages and through financial/ moral support under Orphan Family Support Program at their door step.
SCOPE
We envisage a way of achieving our Vision through a comprehensive orphan support program throughout the country under an umbrella of Al-Khidmat Orphan Care Program (AOCP).
Our Beloved Prophet (peace be upon him) said:
“I and the person who looks after an orphan will be in Paradise together like this…” – then he raised his forefinger and middle finger together.
(Hadith Bukhari).
Contact Us

Facebook Page
 

ALKHIDMAT FOUNDATION PAKISTAN

Head Office:
711, Block J – 2, Johar Town, Lahore – Pakistan
Ph: +92-42-3595 7260
Fax: +92-42-3595 7261
E-mail: info@al-khidmatfoundation.org


http://www.al-khidmatfoundation.org 

Introduction: 



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mR1H-jckT38

Al-khidmat Blood Bank at Al-Khidmat Hospital, Nazimabad, Karachi. A project of Al-Khidmat Welfare Society, Karachi.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&v=qXKcnyTCKhQ&

From Media معروف اینکر مبشر لقمان کے پروگرام کھرا سچ

From AJ :Documentary on Al Khidmat Rescue Activity

PIMA Free Eye Surgery Camp 

Niamatullah Khan On Balochistan Food 

AL-kHIDMAT Tamir-e-Millat School Balakot

 

Appeal for the victims of Rains & Flash Flood in Pakistan (2012)

AL-KHIDMAT SMS Service

Al-Khidmat Volunteer Workshop

 

Al-Khidmat Children Festivel 

“بچے کی دعا”

 الخدمت جندر پن چکی

 

Al-Khidmat Water project (Gadap Town Karachi)

 

Water-is-Life-Alkhidmat-Foundation-Pakistan  

Water is critical to nourishing and fostering life. One in two people in developing countries cannot access clean water, and hundreds die every day due to illnesses related to contaminated water. Every day, diarrhea diseases from easily preventable causes claim the lives of approximately 5000 people, most of them young children. According to a survey, 70% population of Pakistan is deprived of cleaned drinking water.
Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan is working on continuing basis to supply clean water in NWFP, Kashmir, Tharparkar (Sindh) and Balochistan. To provide cleaned water, Alkhidmat Foundation has also decided to fix filtration plants in all populated cities of the country.
Objectives:
To provide pure, safe and clean drinking water to general public at affordable cost.
Main Features:
Filtered, Safe and hygenic water.
Location:
Ten plants in each districts of Pakistan. (113 destrics)
Beneficiaries
General Public (specially poor public)
Project Cost
1.5 Million Our water services are following: 1- Water wells 2- Water Tanks 3- Hand pumps 4- Water Filtration Plants. 
 
 

Al-Khidmat IDP’s Documentary 

 

Al-Khidmat Relief for Flood

  
 

Arfa Karim From Pakistan – The World’s Youngest Programmer


Arfa Abdul Karim Randhawa (Urdu: ارفع کریم رندهاوا‎‎, 2 February 1995 – 14 January 2012) was a Pakistani student and computer prodigy, who in 2004 at the age of nine years became Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP), the youngest in the world before Babar Iqbal in 2008. She was invited by Bill Gates to visit the Microsoft Headquarters in the USA. A science park in Lahore was named after her, the Arfa Software Technology Park.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arfa_Karim

Arfa Karim From Pakistan – The world’s youngest programmer

#arfakarim #arfakarimrandhawa #pakistan #microsoft

Arfa Karim From Pakistan – The world’s youngest programmer 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SSNtwarQd7U

Arfa Software Technology Park

Arfa Software Technology Park is the Country’s largest Information and Communications Technology Park. The 17 story building is the first international standard facility in Pakistan and is located at Lahore.

ARFA SOFTWARE TECHOLOGY PARK

She Is No More Arfa Karim(Daughter Of Nation)Before Watching Video Plz Recite Surah Fatiha And Four Qul

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rm0JR16j5jk  

The Youngest Microsoft Certified Professional in the World – Arifa Karim
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f1eDi_Ul5zw

Arfa Karim From Pakistan – The World’s Youngest Programmer


Arfa Abdul Karim Randhawa (Urdu: ارفع کریم رندهاوا‎‎, 2 February 1995 – 14 January 2012) was a Pakistani student and computer prodigy, who in 2004 at the age of nine years became Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP), the youngest in the world before Babar Iqbal in 2008. She was invited by Bill Gates to visit the Microsoft Headquarters in the USA. A science park in Lahore was named after her, the Arfa Software Technology Park.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arfa_Karim

Arfa Karim From Pakistan – The world’s youngest programmer

#arfakarim #arfakarimrandhawa #pakistan #microsoft

Arfa Karim From Pakistan – The world’s youngest programmer 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SSNtwarQd7U

Arfa Software Technology Park

Arfa Software Technology Park is the Country’s largest Information and Communications Technology Park. The 17 story building is the first international standard facility in Pakistan and is located at Lahore.

ARFA SOFTWARE TECHOLOGY PARK

She Is No More Arfa Karim(Daughter Of Nation)Before Watching Video Plz Recite Surah Fatiha And Four Qul

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rm0JR16j5jk  

The Youngest Microsoft Certified Professional in the World – Arifa Karim
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f1eDi_Ul5zw