During jury selection last month, Siddiqui said she was "boycotting" the trial and demanded Jews be excluded from serving on the jury.
"I have a feeling everyone here is them [Jews], subject to genetic testing… They should be excluded if you want to be fair," she told federal Judge Richard Berman. That same day she tossed a note across the courtroom to prosecutors asking for time off to pray.
Last week, a soldier who was at the police station when Siddiqui allegedly began shooting, broke down on the witness stand while describing the injuries he sustained during his tour in Afghanistan.
Siddiqui interrupted his testimony, lunging across the table where she sat, and while pointing at the soldier shouted: "I was never planning a bombing! You're lying!"
The outburst resulted in two federal marshals restraining her, and ejecting her from the courtroom. It was the second time she was removed following an outburst.
Also last week, two jurors were excused from duty after they told the judge that a man in the visitors' gallery made a hand motion as if he were firing a gun at them and mouthed an obscenity.
One of the jurors told the judge he was "really freaked out" by the incident and another said he could not remain impartial "anytime anyone makes what I view as a death threat."
When she took the stand to testify, Siddiqui came off as combative and intelligent, but sometimes appeared to be bordering on the delusional.
She denied shooting soldiers and FBI agents with the unattended M4 rifle saying: "What does an M4 look like?"
Siddiqui, who was shot by U.S. soldiers and taken to a military hospital, claims she was shot while trying to escape. She said she had been tortured in a secret prison and feared being taken back there.
She told jurors her case is an example of how authorities "frame people" and that she chose to testify because she alone "can end the war
She said there were anonymous American agents acting against the interests of the U.S., people she called "fake Americans" who she could expose to end the war.