Realities of Guantanamo

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Leaving Guantanamo: Enduring a Harsh Stay
by Jackie Northam

All Things Considered, May 22, 2006 · In late November, three Guantanamo detainees were released and sent back to Bahrain. The men had been held by the U.S. for about four years, first in Afghanistan and then in Guantanamo.

In part one of a two-part series, two of the former detainees talk about their time at Guantanamo -- the interrogations, the military guards, and what they say is an abuse of their religion -- as well as their attempts to rebuild their lives back home in Bahrain.

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