Muslim terrorist Aafia Siddiqui is an MIT-trained neuroscientist who married a top Al Qaeda operative who intended to blow up gas stations or poison water reservoirs in the United States.. She is a possible associate of Majid Khan and is believed to have links to Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, alleged mastermind of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. She allegedly arranged travel documents for another suspected terrorist.
After Siddiuqi was apprehended in Afghanistan, while in custody she managed to grab a rifle and start spouting jihad jizz while firing shots, attempting to kill US troops: read it all here. She is on trial in New York City as we speak. Look at what is happening in Obama's post America/pre-Islamic United States.
The devout Muslim has demanded a Jew-free jury.
Fully veiled ‘Lady al Qaeda’ to get prayer time in NYC trial, prosecutors barred from discussing terror link by creeping
Whiskey. Tango. Foxtrot?
You may have heard about the Muslim broad, Aafia Siddiqui, who demanded that Jews be excluded from the jury pool in her NYC terrorism trial. Surprising? Not. Typical Islamic rubric? Yes. Any comment by Coward General Eric Holder? Not a chance.
There is much, much more to this story however, including a federal judge allowing the fully veiled Muslim in court, setting aside time during the trial for Islamic prayer, throwing out key evidence, AND not permitting prosecutors to mention her alleged ties and sympathies to al Qaeda. Khalid Sheikh Mohammid is salivating. From Alison Gendar, NY Daily News, ‘Lady Al Qaeda’ cries foul: Accused terrorist Aafia Siddiqui says toss Jews from jury pool:
Jury selection in the “Lady Al Qaeda” trial got off to a bizarre start Wednesday with the accused terrorist telling jurors she was “boycotting” – and demanding Jews be excluded from the panel.
“If they have a Zionist or Israeli background…they are all mad at me,” said Aafia Siddiqui, a U.S.-trained neuroscientist charged with attempted murder.
“I have a feeling everyone here is them – subject to genetic testing….They should be excluded if you want to be fair,” she told Manhattan Federal Judge Richard Berman.
Prospective jurors weren’t present for that outburst, but they were in the courtroom to hear her say, “I’m boycotting the trial…there are too many injustices.”
At another point, Siddiqui repeatedly refused to talk to her own lawyers, saying she didn’t trust them.
“I don’t trust you either,” she told Berman.
She even tried to toss a handwritten note to prosecutors requesting time each day to pray. Berman said time would be set aside.
Siddiqui, 37, is accused of picking up an M-4 Army rifle and firing two rounds at a team of Americans who tried to question her in Afghanistan on July 18, 2008.
Prosecutors argue she screamed, “Allah Akbar” and vowed to kill Americans before she was wrestled to the ground. She allegedly had two pounds of poisonous sodium cyanide and hundreds of pages of notes and documents on how to build chemical and biological weapons.
The terror guides featured targets including the Statue of Liberty, Wall Street, the Empire State Building and the Brooklyn Bridge, prosecutors said.
Berman ruled the jury can hear about the target list and other handwritten notes but tossed as evidence the chemicals and mass-produced documents from “how-to” terror manuals.
Prosecutors also are barred from bringing up Siddiqui’s alleged ties or sympathies with Al Qaeda because they would create a bias.
Repeat. Whiskey. Tango. Foxtrot! Not to be outdone in day one of jury selection, Siddiqui was booted on day two.
A jury was chosen Thursday in the “Lady Al Qaeda” trial – but not before the defendant interrupted the process with more outbursts and was tossed from the courtroom.
Meanwhile, as Berman quizzed the jury pool on whether their 9/11 experiences would influence their deliberations, Siddiqui piped up from the defense table.
“The next question will be on anti-Semitism, Israel was behind 9/11. That’s not anti-Semitic,” she said before being escorted out.
Berman later said that anyone who disrupts proceedings will be removed, but that Siddiqui has a right to be present for her trial and would be allowed to return.