2008_08_siddiqi.jpgA woman educated at Brandeis and MIT will be arraigned today on charges of "trying to kill American soldiers and FBI agents" in Afghanistan. Investigators claim Aafia Siddiqui had taken hold of a soldier's rifle during interrogation and pointed it at an FBI agent and fired two rounds while an interpreter tackled her. Authorities also claim she had per WNBC, "directions on how to build explosive and maps of New York landmarks and other U.S. locations" with her. However, human rights groups, who have been wondering about Siddiqui's whereabouts since 2003, think she's been in U.S. custody for the past five years and her lawyer said, "We’re not willing to believe that the discovery of Aafia in Afghanistan is coincidence.” Feds also believe Siddiqui has ties with high-ranking al-Qaeda members.