Stand Up for Justice
The Aafia Foundation provides (1) advocacy (2) education and (3) awareness work through mobilizations, thought-provoking discussions and publications.
March 30 & March 31 Rally Announcement
Attended University of Houston, transferred and received B.S. from MIT in Biology, and received PhD in cognitive neuroscience.
Serving 86-year sentence at the Federal Medical Center, Carswell in Fort Worth, Texas, United States
RALLY FOR AAFIA: March 30 & 31, 2023
Where: The Pakistan Embassy
The work of The Aafia Foundation is rooted in a verse from The Noble Qur’an, “Stand firmly for justice as witnesses to ALLAH (God Almighty) even if it is against yourselves…” and a well known oral tradition of the Prophet Mohammed (peace be upon him).
The oral tradition reads: “When you see an evil action you must change it with your hand; if you cannot do so, with your tongue; if you cannot do so, with your heart - [but know] that is the weakest degree of faith.”
The plight of Dr. Aafia Siddiqui is at the top of our organizational agenda; however, this oppressed Muslim woman is not our only concern. We have many others.
The Case of Dr. Aafia Siddiqui: A Public Reevaluation
A 40-page research paper on the case of Aafia Siddiqui by Adam Ghannoum, Researcher at the Islamic Leadership Institute of America.
Download the "Free Aafia Resource"
A summary by the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) Free Dr. Aafia Campaign.
Aafia’s first American city.
Fort Worth, TX.
Where she is imprisoned on a military reserve base.
Where she spent most of her years in the US.
New York, NY.
Where Aafia was put on trial and sentenced to 86 years.
The city that holds the key to Aafia’s freedom.
Support The Campaign!
Become part of our “1,000 Points of Contributory Light Campaign.”
Our minimum goal for this campaign is $50,000, iA.
Monetary support is needed for the following:
Education and Outreach on All Fronts
Activism on All Fronts
Providing a modest stipend for those doing the work!
Our prayer and our goal is to see Dr. Aafia Siddiqui released and returned to her family.
Donations are tax-deductible and Zakat eligible.
“Charity is for the needy who are too engaged in the Cause of ALLAH to move about in the land for work. Those unfamiliar with their situation will think they are not in need of charity because they do not beg. You can recognize them by their appearance. They do not beg people persistently. Whatever you give in charity is certainly well known to ALLAH. Those who spend their wealth in charity day and night, secretly and openly - their reward is with their Lord; there will be no fear for them, nor will they grieve.”