AASIA

AcronymDefinition
AASIAAsian American Students in Alliance
AASIAAsian American Sisters in Action (Mount Holyoke College; South Hadley, MA)
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Over the weekend, the United Kingdom refused asylum to Aasia Bibi fearing it would prompt 'unrest' in the UK and attacks on embassies.
In her first interview since her acquittal, Aasia told the Sunday Telegraph that she did not believe that she would be granted freedom.
While she expressed relief over her acquittal and consequent freedom, Aasia said there were many others in Pakistan who also needed fair trials.
At the last hearing, the court had rejected an apology submitted by Qadri over incendiary remarks made by him during a protest against the Supreme Court's acquittal of Aasia Bibi.
Aasia, 53, flew out of Pakistan after being held for months in protective custody by Pakistani authorities following her acquittal, lawyer Saiful Malook said.
According to local news channel reports, Aasia Bibi has departed to Toronto city of Canada.
Responding to the media queries on the Punjab Assembly premises prior to the session here on Thursday, he rejected a news item that Aasia Bibi had proceeded abroad after her acquital in the
"The acquittal of Aasia Bibi is completely against our Constitution," said JUI-F's Mufti Abu Bakar while addressing protesters in the Khaliqabad district of Kalat.
The petition was filed by Qari Muhammad Salam, complainant of the Aasia Bibi case, through Muhammad Azhar
Aasia Bibi, who has been the subject of much controversy, has been detained in a special cell in Sheikhupura jail due to severe security threats.
Aasia, a Baptist Christian and the wife of 50-year-old Ashiq Masih, hails from Ittanwalai village in Pakistan.
Aasia Bibi, 45, was given the death sentence by an Additional Sessions