"Guantánamo's Hidden History: Shocking Statistics of Starvation" is a report I've compiled for Cageprisoners analyzing the weight records for prisone...
Read Whole Story
Today, unnoticed in the Western media (although I can't vouch for the Arabic world) is the second anniversary of the death at Guantánamo -- apparently by suicide -- of Abdul Rahman al-Amri.
According to Human Rights Watch, the intolerable situation and chronic mental health problems that drove three prisoners to commit suicide at Guantanamo prevails to this day.
Abdul Rahman al-Amri committed suicide in Guantánamo after been held without charge or trial for five and a half years. He said his intent was to fight for a cause he believed in as a Muslim toward jihad, not to fight against the Americans.
Get top stories and blog posts emailed to me each day..