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3 comments:

  1. Hi. What is like if someone wanted to retire in Oman? Buy a house or villa of his own..Is it possible?
    thanks,

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  2. We want to know what kind of relationship Mr Amin at Seapride in Oman

    has with Dr Aafia Sisiqui.


    Following is the text from internet about Aafia Siddiqui. Amin has lot of

    sympathy for Aafia Siddiqui.

    Are they both related? There are questions: has Amin ever helped her financially?

    Some people in his company knows that Amin has great sympathy for Aafia Siddiqui.

    We have no problem if they both are related and that's why Amim has sympathy for Aafia Siddiqui.

    what are Mr Amin's political ambitions? We have to enquire these things because he comments about

    Aafja Siddiqui and has gone as far as calling her own daughter in figurative or literal way.

    Some excerpts from internet are as follow about Ms Aafia Siddiqui.

    lots of matter available about Aafia Siddiqui on internet. We respect everybody's views but we don't want double face people.

    We very much hope someday Amin will come forward and clarify his position.



    Aafia Siddiqui (/ˈɑːfiə sɪˈdiːki/ (About this soundlisten); Urdu: عافیہ صدیقی‎; born 2 March 1972) is a Pakistani neuroscientist with degrees from MIT and Brandeis University, who was convicted of multiple felonies. In 2010, she was convicted of seven counts of attempted murder and assault of US personnel, and is serving her 86-year sentence at the Federal Medical Center, Carswell in Fort Worth, Texas.[9]
    Aafia Siddiqui
    Afia-grad-01a.jpg
    Native name
    عافیہ صدیقی
    Born
    2 March 1972 (age 47)
    Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
    Nationality
    Pakistani[1][2]
    Alma mater
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology (BS)
    Brandeis University (PhD)
    Height
    5 ft 4 in (1.63 m)[3]
    Weight
    90 lb (41 kg) (at time of arraignment)[3]
    Board member of
    Institute of Islamic Research and Teaching (President)[4][5]
    Criminal charge
    Attempted murder, assault with a deadly weapon
    Criminal penalty
    Convicted; sentenced to 86 years in prison[6][7]
    Criminal status
    Held in the FMC Carswell, Fort Worth, Texas, United States[6]
    Spouse(s)
    Amjad Mohammed Khan (1995 – 21 October 2002) (divorced)
    allegedly Ammar al-Baluchi, also known as Ali Abdul Aziz Ali (February 2003 – present))[8]
    Children
    3 including Mohammad Ahmed
    Siddiqui was born in Pakistan to a Deobandi Muslim family.[3] In 1990, she went to study in the United States and obtained a Ph.D. in neuroscience from Brandeis University in 2001.[10] She returned to Pakistan for a time following the 9/11 attacks and again in 2003 during the war in Afghanistan. Khalid Sheikh Muhammad reportedly named her a courier and financier for Al-Qaeda, after his arrest and interrogation, and she was placed on the FBI Seeking Information - Terrorism list; she remains the only woman to have been featured on the list.[11][12][13] Around this time she and her three children disappeared in Pakistan.[11]

    Five years later, she reappeared in Ghazni, Afghanistan, was arrested by Afghan police and held for questioning by the FBI. While in custody, Siddiqui told the FBI she had gone into hiding but later disavowed her testimony and stated she had been abducted and imprisoned. Supporters believe she was held captive at Bagram Air Force Base as a ghost prisoner—charges the US government denies.

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