About

This is a website about our beloved Muhammad Saif ur Rehman Khan.

Truth finally prevailed!!!!Saif’s innocence is confirmed as prosecutors themselves dropped the charges against hin after wasting 7 months.

Saif has been Alhamdulilah been relieved of all the false and baseless accusations. He is now free to leave Chile!

Saif was born in 1982 in Islamabad, Pakistan in a middle-class family.

Saif about the United States:

“The US is a great country“. He mentioned that he found American people as polite, friendly and respectful. He also admired the American system, freedom and equality. A person like Saif Khan, in fact, spoke against extremism and all the negative that was happening in any part of the world.

He was always thankful of the hospitality he received wherever he visited. His friends and all those who met him always praised his humble and loving personality. Saif has friends and family members living in the United States and he would never want the US or any other country to be unsafe.

Saif about Chile:

His views about Chile were always positive. He not only praised the people of Chile and how nice they are but also admired the beauty of Chile as a country. He sometimes said that he found the Chilean nation as one of the most kind and good hearted people.

(Espanol) Saif sobre Chile:

Sus puntos de vista sobre Chile fueron siempre positivos. No sólo elogió al pueblo de Chile y que son agradables, pero también admiraba la belleza de Chile. A veces se dice que se encontró con la nación chilena como uno de los más amables y buena gente de buen corazón.


Saif in his Spanish language Institute – eFronteras


  1. AmigosSaif
    December 18, 2010 at 9:47 pm

    Saif is free!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Congratulations!

  2. Noman Abbasi
    May 22, 2010 at 4:20 pm

    I am following this madness on the other side of the planet! this is utter non-sense an innocent person has been framed like this! Obviously US is trying to teach a lesson to Pakistani Government and Army to increase pressure on Taliban on the borders. this is, as I gather, their way of saying it! look we can screw you guys anyway we want to! and you the best thing is ! no one can say anything against us!
    Why this world has been made such a hard place to live! Poor Pakistan happens to be world’s most strategic place. So, we are paying the price for being weak!

  3. thasin
    May 15, 2010 at 1:48 am

    “He was a complete gentleman, very proper, like the gentlemen of old,” said Alex Garcia, head of reception and reservations of the hotel where he was doing his internship in Hospitality

  4. Atiq
    May 14, 2010 at 10:27 pm

    I think Saif Ur-Rehman Khan is innocent because it’s not just that what my gut feelings are or because I have known him personally; it’s because I am talking about the facts. I have known him a very short period of time but I know the entire family very well. More I know about him, more I am convinced that he is innocent.

    He is basically tourism loving guy who just didn’t care what’s going on in the world and ‘ll just go with the wind like a free bird. Always trying to help people in whatever way he can. During the earthquake in chili and Pakistan, he volunteered himself.

    Facts:
    1 – US embassy called him to the embassy from a cell phone.
    2 – First statement that US embassy gave was; “he came to get the US visa”.
    3 – There’s no any proof of him being linked/associated to anything illegal.
    4 – Then they changed the statement that they invited him because they wanted to revoke his visa.

    Arguments:
    1 – If it was an official business, why he was called from a cell phone instead of US embassy?
    2 – He already had valid US visa for four years
    4 – Why would you invite a potential trouble guy to embassy, just to let him know that your visa is revoked?

    But, why don’t we look for other possibilities. Maybe both US embassy and Saif Ur-Rehman are right.

    1 – Maybe he was taking some medication that beeped the scanners
    2 – Maybe someone set him up for all this
    3 – Maybe it’s a false alarm; after all these machines are human made, why can’t they make any mistakes?

    More Explanation:
    US embassy and Mr. Crowley’s ever changing statement (as reported in the press), even the profile that he describes doesn’t match
    “Crowley said the young Pakistani had been invited to the embassy to clear up suspicions. Ur Rehman Khan, who had planned to return to the US (he had previously lived in Texas for three years), was about to have his U.S. visa revoked because of Washington’s fears about his activities. On his arrival to the embassy, traces of explosives were found on his clothes, bag, and cellphone. The traces of chemical residues were of a military-use explosive, it was reported.”

    Argument:
    First statement from US embassy was that “he came to get US visa” but he already had Valid US visa for four more years.
    He visited Texas for a week and never lived in Texas for 3 years. Obviously, they have either the wrong guy or they just made it up.

    Conclusion:
    There’s no proof of him being involved in any wrong doing.
    The test became positive but there’s no any trace to anything that he did or had any intention of doing it.

    It just seems like there’s been a big misunderstanding so, therefore, I think he should be released.
    Justice and peace for everyone. I trust in God and US justice system and I firmly believe that truth will prevail.

    Peace out.

  5. Alicia
    May 14, 2010 at 11:39 pm

    Free Saif!!!

  6. Saad Khan
    May 14, 2010 at 9:30 am

    Saif is really a kind hearted, loving man, i know him since childhood. After hearing his news, his family and friends are being emotionally tortured. We all pray to God that truth wins and justice is done.

  7. Kamran
    May 13, 2010 at 6:58 pm

    I know Saif vey well we done our matriculation together in 1999, From IMCB F-7/3 Islamabad.He is ver kind and excellent person. he is a good student as well.i request all Pakistani’s to pray for his release. Allah help him (amin).

  8. thasin
    May 12, 2010 at 4:19 pm

    I know Saif and I know he is innocent. This is either a case of mistaken identity or a false alarm. Saif is innocent. He and his loving family are devastated and do not deserve what they are going through. God bless you Saif. We humbly request authorities to let him go free immediately. His family is open to talk to and will do everything that is asked off them to prove his innocence.

  1. No trackbacks yet.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: