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  1. innocentsaif
    August 18, 2010 at 3:13 pm

    Enríquez Ominami por caso Bombas: “Demasiado show”
    / Lanacion.cl

    Miércoles 18 de agosto de 2010 | Actualizada 14:28 | Política

    A través de Twitter, el ex candidato presidencial Marco Enríquez Ominami cuestionó el denominado “Caso Bombas”, donde ayer se determinó la prisión preventiva de 8 de los 15 implicados tras una maratónica formalización.

    “Caso bombas, mucho ruido, pocas nueces. Demasiado show levanta sospechas. Después nos hablan de alarmar a ciudadanía”, escribió en la red social el presidente del PRO, partido en formación.

    Como parte de este revuelo, el ex diputado se preguntó “¿Qué pasó con el Pakistaní?”, en referencia a Muhammad Saif Khan.

    El joven paquistaní fue detenido en la embajada de Estado Unidos y formalizado por tenencia ilegal de explosivos. En su momento, el Ministerio del Interior lo ligó directamente al caso Bombas. Sin embargo, en la formalización de ayer, no se deslizaron antecedentes de estos eventuales nexos con este tema.

    http://www.lanacion.cl/enriquez-ominami-por-caso-bombas-demasiado-show-/noticias/2010-08-18/142843.html

  2. tasnim
    July 10, 2010 at 6:50 pm

    libertad para saif

  3. tasnim
    July 10, 2010 at 6:21 pm

    Como ciudadana, exigo la renuncia del ministro Hinzpeter………..

    QUE VERGUENZA LA JUSTICIA DE ESTE PAIS,A LOS Q REALMENTE DEBEN ESTAR ENCERRADOS ,LOS DEJAN LIBRES,,,,,,,,

    SAIF ES INOCENTE LIBERTAD PARA EL

  4. galy
    June 26, 2010 at 5:03 pm

    Caso paquistaní: empresa de seguridad tiene orden de no hablar
    http://www.elclarin.cl/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=21170&Itemid=7096

  5. Juan Mnuel Vicuna
    June 21, 2010 at 9:20 pm

    Big Saif!

    You have done exactly the same that David did to Goliath, the giant couldn’t destroy you and you are the great winner.
    Keep on the right way in peace, congratulations!

    Juan Manuel Vicuna, Chile

    • June 21, 2010 at 11:25 pm

      Thank you for your kind words!

      Supporters of Mr. Saif Khan

  6. Natasha
    June 11, 2010 at 8:47 am

    A good way of spreading awareness. Didn’t know about this blog until last night.

    Use this website for promoting the blog : http://www.pakpositive.com/pakistanibloggers/

    It’ll get you some good amount of traffic.

  7. Ambreen
    June 4, 2010 at 4:58 am

    ALHUMDULILAH we Pakistanis are very happy at Saif’s release!and we are proud of the way he showed courage!still we pray to ALLAH that may nothing bad happen to any Pakistani again!and Pakistan is waiting for u Saif!
    Congratulations to all the family members of Saif!
    Regards,
    Ambreen

  8. enrique fernández moreno
    May 31, 2010 at 11:56 am

    Como ciudadano, exigo la renuncia del ministro Hinzpeter por arriesgar la seguridad de miles de chilenos y chilenas.
    http://www.elparadiario14.cl/admin/render/noticia/20041

    Por último, como ciudadano que creo en la hermandad y coexistencia pacífica entre todos los pueblos del mundo, sin más fronteras que nuestros propios sueños, espero una reacción inmediata de quienes pensamos en que la autoridad en comento debe dejar su cargo o liberar a Saif.

  9. blanca
    May 28, 2010 at 10:59 pm

    tube la suerte de concer prsonalmente al joven saif y no tiene perfil de terrorista, es una maravillosa persona, tranquilo, respetuoso, amable y prudente. llevamos a pasear mis nietos a una plaza y etubo siempre atento y preocupado de cuidarnos en todo momento mostrandose amoroso y delicado incluso se puso al nivel de ellos y jugaron a la escondida. el vino a trabajar a chile para perfeccionar su español, ayudo a chile en el terremoto, es una muy buena persona y se le esta tratando como a un terrorista.
    saludos y fuerza saif

  10. jimena solar zavala
    May 24, 2010 at 12:56 pm

    perdo ellos puse mas arriba.

  11. jimena solar zavala
    May 24, 2010 at 12:55 pm

    Aca hay una farsa que no tiene nombre,Mohamed es totalmente inocente son estos gringos intrususos que vienen a cargar los dados a un inocente ¿que quieren ahora? entrar a Pakistan?es ma eelos los de la cia,fueron antes a la mezquita a conversar con Moahamed,y ellos lo citaron a la embajada,por lo tanto queda mas que claro que esto es un montaje,mas encima el ministro del interior se pone a hablar que deberia estar preso ,para mi que tambien metio su inmunda mano,¡LIBERTAD INCONDICIONAL PARA MOHAMED!!!eSTE ES UN PAIS LIBRE QUE ESTA PASANDO?AHORA PRIMERO SON CULPABLES!!! ¡Que horror!sien}mpre nos hemos declarado pais contra la opresion y mas claro que esta en nuestro himno nacional y ahora un inocente esta encarcelado y mas encima por afuerinos ¡que clase de policia hay en la embajada?.QUE INTELIGENTES!! ¡los gringos son los MAYORES EXTREMISTAS DEL MUNDO!!!.Nolehagan el juego señores jueces a estos facinerosos,y llamo a todo aquel que quiera que marchemos por la libertad de Mohamed.

  12. Habib Ahmed
    May 24, 2010 at 3:23 am

    I have lived in Islamabad Pakistan for almost 10 years. I know Saif and His Brothers from past 10 years and they are so close to my heart because they are very nice people and they are very true and good character people. What i know about saif is that he is very kind , loyal and honest and cannot even harm an insect.I Pray to Allah that he could be release and join his respected family again and legal action should be taken against the American Government because American always talk about law and rules and regulation but they dont follow it themselves.

  13. heena
    May 23, 2010 at 3:45 pm

    the truth will out!

    Inshaallah with Allah’s will, the truth will out,
    we all continue to supplicate for saif’s safe return.
    may allah give you and your family patience to bear with these difficult and trying circumstances. it is important to remember that allah does not forsake you.

  14. Fernando
    May 23, 2010 at 1:52 pm

    A mi juicio este caso presenta varias irregularidades y caracteristicas de montaje que ameritan ser denunciadas:

    1.- Este joven fue llamado desde el consulado estadounidense para que fuera a corregir sus datos personales, situación que el mismo calificó de “inusual”. “Pienso que hay alguien detrás de mí (…) Creo que es un tal señor Bill del consulado estadounidense”. En dicho tramite le detectaron restos de explosivos.

    2.- La primera detección de las supuestas trazas de explosivo la hizo personal de la empresa privada Intercom, que presta servicios de seguridad a la embajada de Estados Unidos en su control de acceso.

    3.- El Grupo de Operaciones Policiales Especiales (GOPE) encontró rastros de explosivos en las pertenencias de este joven. No obstante la Dirección de Inteligencia Policial de Carabineros (Dipolcar) en analisis realizados durante 4 días a los objetos periciados por GOPE (el estuche de un laptop, la funda de un celular y un chaleco) no pudo encontrar rastro alguno de explosivos.

    4.- ¿Quien es Muhammad Saif ur Rehman Khan? Un pakistaní que tuvo una activa participación como voluntario después del terremoto que sacudió Chile. Estudió en una universidad prestigiosa en Islamabad y obtuvo su A-Levels británica. Estudió Turismo en Inglaterra por un tiempo y completó su carrera en Estados Unidos. Tiene certificación de gestión en un instituto en Lahore. Antes de su detención trabajaba en un hotel local en Santiago.

    Pienso que esto es otra campaña del terror originada y mantenida por agentes estadounidenses y, para verguenza nuestra, tambien chilenos.

  15. Hirose
    May 23, 2010 at 7:38 am

    Saif ur Rehman Khan a well rounded man of great intellect, who despite all his efforts to serve in the best interests of humanity, became a victim of unbounded slander and uncalled for treatment at the hands of certain officials from the US embassy.
    Saif was an educated man to say the least, his acumen on a wide array of subject areas was always reflected in his speech. His philanthropic ventures were geared towards achieving a difference in the lives of those struck by poverty, conflict and disaster. He was one of the few, first in line, to help the internally displaced people of Swat, he actively participated in aiding the victims of the Chilian earthquake and he cared for the needs of the impoverished.
    His passion for tourism and hospitality took him across the world; little did he know that soon afterwards his life as he knew it would tarnish right before his eyes. His parents were eager to see their son happy and content in Chili but they only got to see hopelessness, anguish and pain.
    Saif has a generous heart, he has always had the capacity to feel the pain of others, has upheld humanity above anything else and today he is the same man who is wrongfully accused of being a threat to society. It bewilders me as to how a person who has done nothing but serve society be accused of jeopardizing its safety?
    Is this what the justice system entails? Detaining an innocent man without evidence, making him go through a rough patch, reducing him to a terrorist, making his health deteriorate in the process? If we cannot have faith in the justice system to treat people of all race, color and creed equally how will we ever be assured that the same would not happen to us? My head is reeling with several questions and nothing of this whole scenario seems to make sense to me.
    The facts have been given to you all and the exact sequence of events has been narrated by Saif himself in a home video he made right before handing himself over to the Chilian authorities. His friends and family have spoken to you about Saif’s character, his love for peace, his unfaltering determination to serve humanity and above all his innocence. Please do not fall prey to the malicious propaganda against Saif ur Rehman Khan, do not see through this with a myopic lens and do not be a spectator to this grave injustice!
    May God help Saif , his family and his friends in this trying time.

  16. Nicole Denkberg
    May 23, 2010 at 12:23 am

    Good day, I write from chile, I had the honor of meeting your son, and I know he is innocent, I knew him very little, but I know he is innocent. My family and I pray every day for him, that God will give him the strength to resist this injustice.

    you will receive our support.

  17. Navarette
    May 22, 2010 at 4:46 pm

    me da vergüenza la justicia de mi país, dejan libre a asesinos que confienzan sus crímenes y encierran a un extranjero que desde que llegó ha sido un aporte para nuestra nación

  18. Rachel Gardner
    May 22, 2010 at 9:36 am

    Dear Khan! I met Saif on a plane trip to Chile, as he flew there this January. He was sitting in the row and seat in front of me, and before take off several of the passengers were visiting about where we were from and why we were visiting Chile, etc. Saif and I got to talking and immediately I was impressed by his gentle and kind manner, by the quiet way he listened, and by the intelligent and carefully thought out comments that he made. The chit chat quickly turned into a very deep and long conversation, off and on throughout the entire 9 hours flight, that covered everything from the meaning of life to religion to love. We helped each other out the next morning at the airport, as we walked through customs and found our baggage, super tired from the bad night of sleep. Saif made that trip memorable, and he himself has made a lasting impression on me – especially since I have known very few people from Pakistan, and talked in depth with few people faithful to being Muslim. It was an honor to meet him, and since we have kept up a friendly dialogue of facebook exchanges about similar topics….I have never found him anything but extremely courteous, gentlemanly and kind – my heart felt sorrow to see that he had to go through this experience with the embassy…may you be proven innocent Khan, may the Mother of all God’s children keep you close. 🙂

    • May 22, 2010 at 9:45 am

      Thank you for your kind words! Saif is innocent and we are optimistic that truth will come out !

  19. Ali Maudoodi
    May 20, 2010 at 1:36 am

    This really looks to me like a movie made by Ridley Scott “Body of Lies”. Saif is innocent and everyone knows it. Stay strong Saif,the truth will prevail.

  20. thasin
    May 18, 2010 at 2:20 am

    Terra discusses about this blog site that shows proof how HUMAN Saif is !

    http://www.terra.cl/actualidad/index.cfm?id_cat=302&id_reg=1419934

    Terra discute acerca de este sitio blog que muestra cómo la prueba HUMANOS Saif es!

  21. José
    May 17, 2010 at 1:11 pm

    ¿En que manos estamos ???. Con un ministro del interior que no cabe duda que debe ser un NAZI redomado y OPUS DEI de los peores,como todos, estamos en un serio peligro en Chile. Este Hinzpeter no me cabe la duda que está metido en esta trama por el hecho de que este joven es MUSULMAN. Este Ministro debiera ser sacado de su puesto, pues no sirve para nada como así todo el gobierno que están dejando cagada y media en Chile. ¡¡¡……….. !!!!

  22. Rodrigo
    May 17, 2010 at 9:56 am

    Mis sinceras disculpas a Muhammad por lo sucedido en nuestro país, espero que no mantenga renconres con el pueblo chileno.. ojalá se pueda reencontrar con su familia y amigos pronto…. la amistad entre los pueblos no debe ser ensuciada por campañas de mentiras y terror.

  23. thasin
    May 16, 2010 at 4:25 pm

    Next to God,it was the noble people of Chile who sided with justice and made his freedom possible. Viva Chile.

  24. Chileno
    May 16, 2010 at 4:16 pm

    Viva Chile! No mires a cualquier raza, la religión y el país con sospecha, sobre todo los musulmanes … Que la paz prevalezca. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SUxI6RbImxs

  25. Isabela
    May 16, 2010 at 4:10 pm

    I am a Chilean and a Christian and have many Muslim friends. Muslims are peaceful people. I wanted to express my apologies to the family of Muhammad Saif for the great injustice.

  26. umair wardug
    May 16, 2010 at 7:11 am

    mubarakan

    now he should get back to PAKISTAN asap

    apna mulk apna he hota hy 🙂 🙂

  27. Alexis
    May 16, 2010 at 3:46 am

    “EE.UU. y su campaña del terror invade a Chile”, así debería llamarse esta situación. Lamentablemente el terror invadió Chile hace casi 40 años… consecuencias que pagamos todos los que vivimos acá y este ciudadano de Paquistán.
    Justicia, Verdad y todos juntos a derrotar al verdadero enemigo.

    “The U.S. and its campaign of terror invades Chile”, so should we call this situation. Unfortunately, terror invaded Chile almost 40 years ago… consequences we pay everyone who lives here and this citizen of Pakistan.
    Justice, Truth, and all together to defeat the real enemy.

  28. May 15, 2010 at 9:17 pm

    Alham du lilah e rub il aalameen

  29. fran
    May 15, 2010 at 7:59 pm

    saif is free! but he cannot leave the region metropolitana. he was accused of illegal carring of explosives, but it was not applied the terror law. the investigation will last 120 days and hopefully after that all will be a bad memory.

    http://www.cooperativa.cl/estudiante-paquistani-quedo-en-libertad-pero-sujeto-a-medidas-cautelares/prontus_nots/2010-05-15/162026.html

  30. fran
    May 15, 2010 at 6:49 pm

    me avergüeza el actuar de las autoridades de este país. no puedo creer que estas cosas estén pasando.

  31. Gonzalo
    May 15, 2010 at 4:59 pm

    No sabia que en la embajada de los eeuu trabajaran quimicos expertos en sustancias explosivas ….estos deben de tener muuuuuuuuuuucha pega todos los dias habiles que esta abierta dicha embajada de lunes a viernes……y , que determinaran en tan poco tiempo lo que era…. me parece más que extraño , por no decir POCO CREIBLE .-

  32. DANIELA POBLETE
    May 15, 2010 at 3:02 pm

    Bueno espero este problema se resuelva pronto, en lo personal creo que Khan es inocente, lo conoci hace muy poquito y lo encuentro una persona muy educada, trabajador y esforzado, que ha logrado de a poco sus metas…
    Espero verlo pronto pero LIBRE DE TODO!!!!
    Solo nos queda esperar que se haga justicia…
    A modo personal estare rezando para que salga lo antes posible y aclaremos todo esta injusticia!
    Adios…

    “Tan solo pensemos que se aclarara y juntemos energias positivas para mandarselas…”

  33. Carla
    May 15, 2010 at 1:18 pm

    Soy chilena y me doy cuenta al igual que muchos compatriotas de la injusticia que se esta haciendo con este cuidadano paquistani, se nota que hay una persecucion en contra de el,no se como los medios de comunicacion chileno pueden tratar a este joven de terrorista siendo que no hay pruebas en contra de el..pero no me sorprende mucho ya que este nuevo gobierno maneja todos los medios de comunicacion y lo mas reprochable de este gobierno es que esta avalando todo el show que esta haciendo la embajada norteamericana en contra de Saif, hoy es el control de detencion de este joven, hemos de esperar que todo salga beneficioso para el y si no es asi hay que juntarnos con mas fuerzas y que nuestra voz se oiga mas fuerte que nunca ya que hay que organizarse para esta injusticia no quede asi.

    SAIF ES INOCENTE

    English Translation (best possible)
    I’m Chilean and I realize like many compatriots injustice is being done with this a citizen Pakistan, we note that there is a persecution against him, not as the Chilean media may treat this young man being terrorist there is no evidence against him .. but I’m very surprised because this new government handles all media and most reprehensible of this government is guaranteeing that the entire show that is making the U.S. embassy against Saif Today is the control of detention of the young, we expect that everything goes good for him and if that’s not there to get together with more strength and our voice heard louder than ever because we have to organize for this injustice is so.

  34. Fernando
    May 15, 2010 at 11:59 am

    Y no olviden querellarse contra el estado chileno por daños y perjuicios!

  35. juan echeverría
    May 15, 2010 at 11:08 am

    ¡ Fuerza y valor,ya queda poco !

  36. Yussuf Muhammad
    May 15, 2010 at 10:49 am

    Elevamos nuestras súplicas a Allâh, Señor del Universo, e imploramos Su ayuda en estos momentos, para que se esclarezca la verdad e impere la Paz.

  37. Juan Eduardo
    May 15, 2010 at 10:20 am

    Me parece muy extraña la manera como esta siendo tratado este joven, creo sinceramente que todos los funcionarios de la embajada de USA deverian ser convocados a declarar, pienso que la CIA coloco trazos de cualquier substancia para involucrar a este joven y llevarselo a uno de los cientos de camaras de tortura que tienen desparramados por el mundo en paises submisos.
    Pienso que el estado chileno esta cometiendo un brave error al obedecer ordenes de los estadounidenses.
    Hoy es Mohamed, mañana la señora Maria, despues Sebastian…

  38. May 15, 2010 at 5:22 am

    Look what a joke!

  39. Fernando
    May 15, 2010 at 2:21 am

    Creo en la inocencia de Saif.

    “Pienso que hay alguien detrás de mí (…) Creo que es un tal señor Bill del consulado estadounidense”, afirmó Saif Ur Rehma, quien agregó que su sospecha surge del llamado realizado para que fuera a corregir sus datos al recinto.

  40. Alicia
    May 14, 2010 at 11:34 pm

    Its not fair to accuse someone of terrorism based on his Nationality. We demand urgent release for Saif. Saif is innocent and innocent. Could someone put an end to this racism?

  41. Thomas
    May 14, 2010 at 10:41 pm

    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.

  42. Kamran
    May 14, 2010 at 10:40 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).

  43. Thasin
    May 14, 2010 at 10:39 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.

  44. Atiq
    May 14, 2010 at 10:38 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 provoke 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 provoked?

    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, 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.

  45. chilenoAnonimo
    May 14, 2010 at 10:05 pm

    Apoyamos la inocencia de Saif porque conocemos el actuar de algunos paises a traves de la historia, esperamos que se solucione su problema ya que es demasiado notoria la falsa acusacion contra Saif y todos los ciudadanos que pertenecen a otras religiones.solo decir que no es extraño este tipo de falsas acusaciones contra personas inocentes, hasta cuando el show de EEUU.

  46. Patricio
    May 14, 2010 at 8:50 pm

    si bien no conozco la cultura islamica, encuentro muy extraña la forma en que se dice que este joven fue detenido, se supone que en chile existe el principio de inocencia, y este debiera ser aplicado. no podemos dejarnos llevar por las diferencias culturales, ni discriminar a las personas por su culto religioso. no todos los que siguen el islam son terroristas, es como decir que todos los chilenos somos ladrones, solo por que unos cuantos cometen esos actos en elextrajero.

  47. Steve
    May 14, 2010 at 8:17 pm

    Hi All,
    I am sure that all suspicions about Saif will be wiped out very soon now. A gentleman having the image of a progressive, liberal, educated and respectful makes him way far way from being a terrorist. Extremism in my opinion is not connected to your mood which you can turn off and on, but it runs through your blood. Most the time you could see it from the person thoughts, habits and actions. Contrary to this Saif as a person has always been clam, loving and peaceful without any expectations.
    A picture speaks more than thousand words. So, let’s seek the truth by yourself and help the cause to spread truth and Let’s Make a Difference Now because a persons need you….
    Steve

  48. May 14, 2010 at 8:02 pm

    Hello!
    I met Khan in volunteer work after the earthquake. at first sight he seemed a very nice person. we had a conversation returned of the travel to trivial things and I asked him what he was doing here in Santiago.
    this wednesday i was at home watching the news and watched an image of Khan on television, I was really shocked and something in me tells me he is innocent. I want that this situation to clarify as soon as possible. I have no information about him. this week we were going to meet for a coffee.

    I’m ashamed to say i think that this kind of accusation without proof can happen in my country. I hope they will show the innocence of this case.

    could give me some information about his situation?
    do you know how is he?

    regards
    natalia.

    • sohail khan
      May 14, 2010 at 8:42 pm

      Hi my name is sohail khan i live in uk (england) saif is very good friend, he is like brother to me. I just wanna say Saif is a very good man.

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