Gumnaam - Nameless Seekers of Justice

Gumnaam means "someone without a name" or more relevantly "a name lost." This blog is dedicated to those whose names may have been lost from our daily memories but their cause still stands tall and will do so as long as there are people struggling for that cause.

This blog is dedicated to those innocent and guilty who are imprisoned around the world in the name of a larger world agenda. They are those who are undergoing harrowing pain each day in the name of justice and the reason for their imprisonment is a larger cause that they defend. Whether innocent or guilty, this blog calls out for their just trial and just judgement.  

This is dedicated to the cause of justice! 

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Dr. Afia's Case Still Demands Justice


Binyam's words prove that Dr. Afia Siddiqui was in fact imprisoned in Bagram, Afghanistan throughout her five year "disappearance." She is now in Texas, with her case still unresolved, undergoing tests and treatments. Read and forward this article to create more awareness about her case.

2 comments:

ReeBz said...

here comes her husband "dr amjad ali" who claims that she was never in "bagram jail" it was her own drama according to my interpretation what he told to media.

According to him, she was hidden somewhere and during her disappearence she also met "her uncle"

What is the truth?

Fiza said...

The truth is that the US govt itself has admitted she was in bagram jail which is why she has ended up where she is...so its for us to decide now what the world is saying and what her husband is