President Trump: Close Guantanamo

Under an arbitrary new practice brought in by the Trump administration, the hunger strikers at Guantanamo Bay are in danger of serious organ failure or starving to death. We’re desperately worried that our clients will die, so we’re calling on President Trump to bring in independent medical support for the strikers and either give the detainees fair trials or release them.

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October 11, 2017

BREAKING: Hunger strike at Guantanamo Bay – prisoners now close to death

A quick update, with more to follow soon… Of the 41 prisoners still held in Guantanamo, 26 are what are called “forever prisoners” – low value (to the US) but...
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October 17, 2017

From the Dark Prison: Some of the torture of Ahmed Rabbani – in his own words

Ahmed has described in detail his suffering while in US detention.  He doesn’t know exactly how long he was held in the CIA dungeon known as the Dark Prison, but...
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October 17, 2017

#FastForJustice: Day 5

Day 5 coming to an end. That is 120 hours without any food. Just water, and mainly decaf black tea and coffee, though sometimes it had to have caffeine (not a good idea, as it is a diuretic).

October 16, 2017

“They are being left to die” – Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters is hunger striking

October 15, 2017

#FastForJustice: Day 4

October 14, 2017

#FastForJustice: Day 3

October 13, 2017

Ahmed Rabbani: Dear President Trump, close Guantanamo Bay and give us a fair trial.

October 13, 2017

Khalid Qassim: The US government is starving me to death

October 13, 2017

#FastForJustice: Day 2

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