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11.10.14

Behind the Bars: Guantánamo Bay – An Editor's Letter

An introduction to our week of stories from the world's most notorious prison.

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The Declaration of No Human Rights

My extended periods in solitary confinement have led me to conclude that the US government have already adopted the DNHR.

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The Prosecutor

Morris Davis was the third Chief Prosecutor of the Guantánamo military commissions. His job was to direct the efforts to prosecute the detainees.

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'Blasphemy' by Alan Dershowtiz

"I was shocked to learn that my book had been censored in Guantánamo."

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Colonel John Bogdan Has No Nose

A fable about the former Guantánamo warden by detainee, Shaker Aamer.

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Pakistan Since Guantánamo

A question to the outside world posed by a Pakistani detainee.

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'The Diary of a Young Girl' by Anne Frank

The starkest difference between the captivity of Anne Frank and those in Guantánamo Bay is that Anne Frank and her family were in hiding. It must be so surreal for those in Guantánamo to know that the whole world knows they're there.

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Cooking Ahmed Rabbani’s Biryani at Tayyab's East London Curry House

It's the Guantánamo detainee's most-missed dish.

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Younous Chekkouri: My Road to Guantánamo

"I guess my tragedy starts from that first day when I was captured by bounty hunters."

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'A Most Wanted Man' by John le Carré

In banning my novel, the custodians of Guantánamo have once again demonstrated their sensitivity and respect for human dignity.

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The Trials of Being the Only Imam at Guantánamo Bay

How former GTMO chaplain James Yee ended up spending months in solitary confinement.

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'Waiting for Godot' by Samuel Beckett

The enduring absurdist drama has a long entanglement with censors and prison life.

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