Aafia Siddiqui, an alleged member of the terrorist group Al-Qaeda.

According to reports, she was once listed on the FBI’s most wanted terrorist list

Who is Aafia Syediqui?

Aafia Siddiqui (also known as Lady Al-Qaeda) was once identified as a member. However, it is unknown if she is still associated with the group.

Siddiqui was born on March 2, 1972.

Who Is Aafia Siddiqui?
Who Is Aafia Siddiqui?

According to foreignpolicy.com, she has been linked with 9/11 ringleader Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.

According to reports, she is an ex-patriot from Pakistan who now lives in Boston. She attended M.I.T. According to the outlet, she received a doctorate at Brandeis.

She is also a mother to two. According to reports, her husband is an anesthesiologist at Brigham and Women’s.

Boston Magazine reports that Siddiqui is very religious and collects Korans from local mosques to distribute to inmates at area prisons.

Is Aafia Siddiqui a criminal?

Foreignpolicy.com reports that Siddiqui was allegedly arrested in Afghanistan in 2008 for carrying sodium cyanide and documents detailing how to make chemical weapons, dirty bombs, and weaponize Ebola.

Boston Magazine reported that she was also identified as being involved in Africa’s illegal diamond trading. This trade was allegedly a convenient and hard-to-trace method of funding Al Qaeda’s global terror operations.

Siddiqui was once referred to by the FBI as a woman with the “knowledge and skills necessary to continue Al Qaeda terror wars in the United States and elsewhere.”

Who is Aafia Siddiqui?

Siddiqui is the third child of Muhammad Siddiqui (a doctor who was trained in England) and Ismet (a homemaker).

Muhammed, her brother is an architect and lives in Houston with his family.

Fowzia, her sibling, is a neurologist and Harvard graduate. She worked at Sinai Hospital in Baltimore before she returned home to Pakistan.

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