New Delhi: In Texas, America, a gunman broke into a Jewish prayer synagogue and took several people hostage, one of whom has been released. According to law enforcement officials, the gunman has demanded the release of Afiya Siddiqui. Pakistani neuroscientist Afiya Siddiqui was sentenced to prison in the US for having links with Al Qaeda.
If reports are to be believed, the police said that residents are being evacuated and are advising people not to venture into the area. Police say that so far there is no report of any casualty. At the same time, Israel is also keeping its eye on this matter.
The Collieville Police Department said in a statement that one of the people held hostage inside a Texas synagogue for hours has been released safely. The Collieville Police Department said in a statement that law enforcement had confirmed there were other people inside but that no one was reported injured. FBI crisis negotiators talking to accused.
Let us inform that Dr. Afiya Siddiqui, a citizen of Pakistan, is accused of being associated with Al Qaeda. In 2003, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, a terrorist, told the FBI about Afiya Siddiqui, who had a PhD in neuroscience from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. On this basis Afia was arrested from Afghanistan.
first published:Jan. 16, 2022, 8:14 a.m.