On September 18, 2021, a rally to free Dr. Aafia Siddiqui, a Pakistani neuroscientist who is serving an 86-year sentence for attempted murder of U.S. military personnel and who is known for her affiliation with Al-Qaeda, was held in front of FMC Carswell in Fort Worth, Texas, where Dr. Siddiqui is being held. The rally was organized by CAIR Texas, American Muslims for Palestine (AMP), and MAS PACE. At the rally, prominent Texas Islamic scholar and activist Dr. Omar Suleiman, the president of the Yaqeen Institute, said that it is time to reopen the cases of "political prisoners" like Dr. Siddiqui, who were put away in "sham" trials. American-Pakistani social activist Nadarat Siddiqui said that the courts are headed by "Zionist judges" and others who don't "give a damn" about Muslim prisoners. Footage of the rally was uploaded to a YouTube accounted named "Free Dr Aafia Siddiqui – USA."
American-Pakistani social activist Nadrat Siddiqui: "One of the few ways that these political prisoners, which Dr. Aafia is, do actually... can achieve a measure of justice that is, is really in the court of public opinion because as we see, the court, headed by the Zionist judges usually, and other judges who have a vested interest, they never give a damn about the Muslim prisoners whether that's Muslim prisoners who are in Guantanamo or the Muslim prisoners in Bagram the Muslim prisoners who are here at FMC Carswell."
American Islamic Scholar And Activist President Of The Yaqueen Institute Omar Suleiman: "Hold me accountable, hold the person next to you accountable, and say, 'Where are you for your sister Aafia? Because she's our sister.' Some of you are not Muslims with your sister's humanity. You claim to be for human rights. This is one of the greatest violations of human rights in the 9/11 era. And as we're revisiting all of the crimes, whether in the form of foreign policy or domestic policy, committed after 9/11, it's time we reopened the cases of these political prisoners that were put away in sham trials."