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'''Aafiaআফিয়া Siddiquiসিদ্দিকি''' ({{IPAc-en|audio=En-us-Aafia Siddiqui from Pakistan pronunciation (Voice of America).ogg|ˈ|ɑː|f|i|ə|_|s|ɪ|ˈ|d|iː|k|i}}; {{lang-ur|{{Nastaliq|عافیہ صدیقی}}}}; bornজন্ম ২রা মার্চ ১৯৭২) হচ্ছেন [[Massachusetts Institute of Technology|এমআইটি]] ও একজন [[পাকিস্তানি]] [[স্নায়ুবিদ]] 2 March 1972) is a [[Pakistani people|Pakistani]] [[neuroscientist]] with degrees from [[Massachusetts Institute of Technology|MIT]] and [[Brandeis University]], who was convicted for felony. 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]].
 
Siddiqui was born in Pakistan to a [[Deobandi]] Muslim family.<ref name="DerSpiegel" /> In 1990, she went to study in the United States and obtained a Ph.D. in [[Cognitive neuroscience|neuroscience]] from [[Brandeis University]] in 2001.<ref name="Bergen2011">{{cite book |url=https://books.google.com/?id=kYdLqOUj8lUC&pg=PA223&dq=%22Aafia+Siddiqui%22+neuropsychologist+OR+psychologist+OR+biochemist+OR+biochemistry&q=%22Aafia%20Siddiqui%22%20neuropsychologist%20OR%20psychologist%20OR%20biochemist%20OR%20biochemistry |title=The Longest War: The Enduring Conflict Between America and Al-Qaeda|publisher=Simon & Schuster |author=Peter Bergen |authorlink=Peter Bergen|year=2011|page=223|isbn=9780743278942|accessdate=20 December 2013|quote=Disturbingly, al-Qaeda has been able to recruit American-educated scientists such as Aafia Siddiqui, who has a degree in biology from MIT and a PhD in neuroscience from Brandeis.}}</ref> She returned to [[Pakistan]] for a time following the [[September 11 attacks|9/11 attacks]] and again in 2003 during the [[War in Afghanistan (2001–present)|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#April–June 2003 alerts|FBI Seeking Information - Terrorism list]]; she remains the only woman to have been featured on the list.<ref name="emma" /><ref name="DSWW2012:245" /><ref name="DSWW2012:298">[[#DSWW2012|Scroggins, ''Wanted Women'', 2012]]: p. 298</ref> Around this time she and her three children disappeared in Pakistan.<ref name="emma" />
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