Who is the Al-Qaeda Terrorist Demanded to be Freed by the Texas Synagogue Terrorist?

by Leah Rosenberg

In the recent terror attack against Jews, a Texas synagogue was targeted by a terrorist demanding that another terrorist be freed from jail.

Who is the Terrorist that the Texas Synagogue Terrorist Wanted Freed?

Who is this Al-Qaeda Terrorist that the Texas synagogue terrorist, Malik Faisal Akram, wanted freed?

The organization, APT that has exposed Aafia Siddiqui, knows her and her connections to Boston’s cell of Islamic terrorists of which they have tried to warn people about. They have tried to expose how vile she really is.

In 1990, a student named Aafia Siddiqui moved to the U.S. from Pakistan on a student visa to learn at the University of Houston. She later transferred to MIT in 1992. And that’s where she joined the Muslim Brotherhood-founded Muslim Students’ Association (MSA). She volunteered at the al-Kifah Refugee Center, which is Care International. Siddiqui raised money for Al-Qaeda and other groups between around 1995 and 2003, when she left the U.S. for Afghanistan. Before she left, she conspired with an Al-Qaeda operative to create a post office box on behalf of 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Muhammad – she actually married his nephew. Siddiqui was declared among the U.S. government’s top seven most-wanted terrorists in the year 2004. She was nicknmed “Lady Al-Qaeda.” Captured in Afghanistan in 2008, she was sentenced to 86 years in prison in 2010 for attempting to kill FBI agents who were supposed to interrogate her. She was found guilty on other accounts as well. And her Jew-hatred has also been extremely apparent.

There were many other horrendous terror activities which Aafia Siddiqui raised money for.

And that is just a snippet of the vile terrorist that Siddiqui is and that Malik Faisal Akram wanted to set free by taking Jews hostage at a synagogue.

Here is a link to the full video that this video is an excerpt from: https://youtu.be/gaRMPzBtnt8

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