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Front row seats at the Guantanamo military commissions. RT not confirm.

Guantanamo Bay, Cuba

Joined on 11 February, 2012

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Replying to @arabnews: French-Algerian actor Tahar Rahim spoke to Arab News about his #GoldenGlobe-nominated portrayal of former Guantánamo Bay deta…

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Replying to @Reprieve: "Like offshore incarceration, depriving one’s nationals of citizenship is another attempted loophole in the responsibility fo…

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Replying to @MiddleEastEye: "Many of the individuals currently and previously held at Guantanamo Bay have spent the bulk of their lives in a Kafkaes…

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Replying to @carolrosenberg: Breaking: Afghan Government backs Guantánamo detainee who says his war is over.

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Replying to @PradhanAlka: That injustice continues at Guantanamo, for 40 men tortured by the USG and still subjected to arbitrary detention there. T…

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Replying to @VukusicIva: This is really worth watching, thanks you @guardian for making it accessible. What a story. In times of inhumanity and crue…

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Replying to @ethicalpsycholo: Just saw The Mauritanian. An amazing film about several amazing people. It is an excellent reminder of the stain of Gu…

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Replying to @carolrosenberg: Back in the red: Following the discovery of Covid-19 infected "personnel" at Guantanamo Navy base, the Pentagon resumes…

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Replying to @bridgeinit: This March 11, Bridge invites you to join a conversation with Nancy Hollander and former Guantánamo detainee, Mohamedou Oul…

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Replying to @carolrosenberg: The government of Afghanistan has gone to court in Washington, D.C., to support a man who has spent a third of his life…

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This March 11, Bridge invites you to join a conversation with Nancy Hollander and former Guantánamo detainee, Mohamedou Ould Salahi on the human cost of Guantánamo Bay.

Register:

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This is really worth watching, thanks you @guardian for making it accessible. What a story. In times of inhumanity and cruelty, be a human. #Guantanamo

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The government of Afghanistan has gone to court in Washington, D.C., to support a man who has spent a third of his life as a detainee at Guantánamo Bay, never charged with a crime -- and now says his war is over.

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Quoted @rgay

We're watching @TheMauritanian and it is... infuriating. And a hell of a movie. So much injustice. Jodie Foster is great in it. She looks amazing (not that that matters). #TheMauritanian

That injustice continues at Guantanamo, for 40 men tortured by the USG and still subjected to arbitrary detention there. Tell @POTUS to #CloseGitmo now.

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Breaking: Afghan Government backs Guantánamo detainee who says his war is over.

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Back in the red: Following the discovery of Covid-19 infected "personnel" at Guantanamo Navy base, the Pentagon resumes travel restrictions. About the infections:

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"Like offshore incarceration, depriving one’s nationals of citizenship is another attempted loophole in the responsibility for affording due process."

Shami Chakrabarti spoke with our own @mayafoa for her latest article in the @guardian. Read it here 👇🏼

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Just saw The Mauritanian. An amazing film about several amazing people. It is an excellent reminder of the stain of Guantanamo and the reasons why it needs to be closed and the US needs to apologize to those it imprisoned and sometimes tortured there.

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"Many of the individuals currently and previously held at Guantanamo Bay have spent the bulk of their lives in a Kafkaesque situation where the rule of law was meaningless and the coercive and brutal power of the State ascendant"

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Replying to @jaynehuckerby: In this new @just_security piece @UN Special Rapporteur
@NiAolainF & I take on how national security adversely impacts…

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Replying to @NiAolainF: As the 20th anniversary of 9/11 looms, we urge a transparent, comprehensive, and accountability-focused review of the operat…

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Replying to @NiAolainF: "We welcome the goal of closing the detention facility, consistent with our previous calls to end impunity for the human rig…

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Replying to @NiAolainF: Many of the remaining detainees are vulnerable & now elderly individuals whose physical & mental integrity has been compromi…

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Quoted @NiAolainF

"We welcome the goal of closing the detention facility, consistent with our previous calls to end impunity for the human rights and humanitarian law violations committed during the 'war on terror'. @just_security .

.@NiAolainF and other UN mandate holders have condemned the historic and ongoing human rights violations at Guantanamo

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Replying to @ThePrintIndia: How US’ war on terror became a war in court — my 13 trips to Guantanamo Bay

Lisa Hajjar writes

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Many of the remaining detainees are vulnerable & now elderly individuals whose physical & mental integrity has been compromised by unending deprivation of freedom & related physical & psychological torture &other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment. @GitmoWatch

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As the 20th anniversary of 9/11 looms, we urge a transparent, comprehensive, and accountability-focused review of the operation and legacy of the prison and the military commissions," the experts said.@UN_SPExperts

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Replying to @LeherIndia: 1. Guantanamo Kid by Sonia Laso

A brilliant non-fiction graphic novel about one of the youngest detainees at Guantanamo Ba…

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Replying to @NancyHollander_: My Brother’s Keeper: a former Guantánamo detainee, his guard and their unlikely friendship

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French-Algerian actor Tahar Rahim spoke to Arab News about his #GoldenGlobe-nominated portrayal of former Guantánamo Bay detainee Mohamedou Salahi in @TheMauritanian

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My Brother’s Keeper: a former Guantánamo detainee, his guard and their unlikely friendship

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1. Guantanamo Kid by Sonia Laso

A brilliant non-fiction graphic novel about one of the youngest detainees at Guantanamo Bay. At the tender age of only 14 - or maybe 13, he doesn’t know for sure - Mohammed El-Gharani was unjustly imprisoned for 7 years in the US detention centre.

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In this new @just_security piece @UN Special Rapporteur
@NiAolainF & I take on how national security adversely impacts families as a unit and show that human rights law requires a very different approach to families under security policies

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How US’ war on terror became a war in court — my 13 trips to Guantanamo Bay

Lisa Hajjar writes

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The question asked most often at 9/11 military commission hearings: Why is it taking so long?

The answers, all in one place:

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