NEW YORK - Aafia Siddiqui, the Pakistani neuroscientist who was convicted of attempted murder charges, has denounced her jury verdict, saying it came from Israel. "This is a verdict coming from Israel not America," Aafia Siddiqui exclaimed, raising one hand and pointing up before being led out of the federal court in Manhattan. "That's where the anger belongs. I can testify to this. And I have proof." The 37-year-old MIT-trained neuroscientist faces life in prison when she's sentenced May 6. "Juries do make mistakes. Juries do go wrong" said Elaine Sharp, one of Siddiqui's lawyers. "In my opinion this verdict is based on fear, not on fact." Sharp said when she told Siddiqui the verdict, she asked that a message be sent to her supporters at home in Pakistan that she did not want any violent demonstrations.