Uncovering The Personal And Legal Mysteries Surrounding FBI’s Most Wanted Woman!
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Terrorist! Lady Al-Qaeda! The Gray Lady of Bagram! FBI’s Most Wanted! Prisoner 650!… Innocent!
The Truth About Dr. Aafia Siddiqui Finally Revealed!
How could an MIT graduate and a mother find herself being the focus of a case which continues to serve as an example for the War on Terror in response to 9/11?
In “Aafia Unheard,” author Muhammad Dawood Ghazanavi takes a deep dive into the mystery surrounding the brilliant young Pakistani woman.
From her humble beginnings to her disappearance in 2003, surviving secret prisons, being convicted of attempted murder of American officials to her sentence of 86 years, “Aafia Unheard” answers it all and more.
Using official case documents, hearing transcripts, government as well as defense witness testimonies, and court orders, “Aafia Unheard” presents in-depth factual information about the politically controversial figure like never before.
Innocent! Or Guilty? …. It’s Time For You to Decide!
Born in Sialkot, Pakistan Dawood Ghazanavi, from an early age followed the legacy of the Syed Ghazanavi family (considered to be one of the ruling political classes in Afghanistan). He finished his LLB(Hons) degree and simultaneously trained to be a solicitor at the University of Law in the United Kingdom.