Guantanamo Diary

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Mohamedou Ould Slahi, Larry Siems (Introduction by, Editor)
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9,3 MB
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Guantanamo Diary.pdf
ISBN
2022218632551

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LONGLISTED FOR THE SAMUEL JOHNSON PRIZE 2015THE SUNDAY TIMES and NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLERSince 2002, Mohamedou Ould Slahi has been imprisoned at the detainee camp at Guant?namo Bay, Cuba. In all these years, the United States has never charged him with a crime. Although he was ordered to be released by a federal judge, the U.S. government fought that decision, and there is no sign that the United States plans to let him go.Three years into his captivity Slahi began a diary, recounting his life before he disappeared into U.S. custody and daily life as a detainee. His diary is not merely a vivid record of a miscarriage of justice, but a deeply personal memoir - terrifying, darkly humorous, and surprisingly gracious. Published now for the first time, Guant?namo Diary is a document of immense historical importance.

His compelling firsthand account of Kafkaesque ... Earlier this week, when about a hundred and fifty people crammed into Theatre 80, in the East Village, to hear assorted luminaries read from it, the diary's tone—friendly, exasperated, curious ... Based on the NY Times best-selling memoir "Guantánamo Diary" by Mohamedou Ould Slahi, this is the true story of Slahi's fight for freedom after being detained and imprisoned without charge by the U.S. Government for years. Guantanamo Diary is a document of immense emotional power and historical importance.

Fingers crossed for this important book. His story, first published in his 2015 memoir Guantánamo Diary, is the subject of a new Hollywood film, The Mauritanian. In the second of two episodes about his story, Salahi's lawyer, Nancy ... Guantanamo Diary by Mohamedou Ould Slahi - book review: A sobering, chilling read.

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