|Alma mater||Massachusetts Institute of Technology (BS)|
Brandeis University (PhD)
|Height||5 ft 4 in (1.63 m)|
|Board member of||Institute of Islamic Research and Teaching (President)|
|Criminal charge(s)||Attempted murder, assault with a deadly weapon|
|Criminal penalty||Convicted; sentenced to 86 years in prison|
|Criminal status||Held in the FMC Carswell, Fort Worth, Texas, United States|
Amjad Mohammed Khan
(m. 1995; div. 2002)
allegedly Ammar al-Baluchi, also known as Ali Abdul Aziz Ali (February 2003 – present)
|Children||3 including Mohammad Ahmed|
|Thesis||Separating the components of imitation (2001)|
|Doctoral advisor||Robert Sekuler|
Aafia Siddiqui (Urdu: عافیہ صدیقی; born 2 March 1972) is a Pakistani neuroscientist. She was convicted of multiple felonies. She was born in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. She is serving an 86-year sentence at the Federal Medical Center, Carswell in Fort Worth, Texas, United States.
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