We have confirmation from the family that Aisha Khan has been found safe in her home city of Overland. Read rest here.
For locals in the Kansas City Area: There will be an organized search effort for Aisha today and we need to mobilize as many people and as soon as possible. Please meet at the Clarion Hotel on 7000 W 108th St (next to the Metcalf 435 overpass) in Overland Park at 1PM.
Though police say all possibilities are being considered in the case of missing Kansas student Aisha Khan, her husband of five months firmly believes she was kidnapped.
“My message to the kidnapper is, let her go,” Waseem Khan told “Good Morning America” today. “You have the power to let her go and I will completely forgive you if you let her go.”
“Aisha, if you are listening to this, we love you a lot and we are doing everything to get you back home safely,” said Waseem Khan.
“I'm just hoping that the bell rings and I'll see her and the phone rings and she'll be right in front of my eyes,” Khan's mother Fouzia Khan said through tears. “That's what I'm dreaming about.”
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19-year old college student Aisha Khan has been missing for over 72 hours from the university where she was studying for an exam.
Keep her in your duas.
And please in the US, if any one harasses you or assaults you please call 911 first before you call your family.
A message from the family:
Friends, especially in the Greater Kansas City Area, we kindly and strongly encourage you all to sacrifice your Facebook profile picture for the time being and post up Aisha's missing person's flier.
Keep up with the latest updates at the family's official facebook page. The family is offering a $10,000 award for any information about this case. You can also sign a petition asking for Aishaslaw – making it mandatory that all universities and colleges have proper surveillance in order to protect the students and staff.