Editorial Reviews. Review. ''This is an incredible document, and a hell of a story.'' --Steve Kroft Guantánamo Diary by [Slahi, Mohamedou Ould]. After fourteen years of being held in Guantánamo without charge or trial, Mohamedou Ould Slahi has been released and reunited with his family in Mauritiania. Guantánamo Diary by Larry Siems. Read online, or download in secure EPUB format.
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Sometimes there was too little food. But he continued to drink as ordered, until he vomited it all up again.
Some are capable of being nice, including someone who reads passages of the Old Testament to keep Slahi entertained. Even towards those who are thoroughly wicked, Slahi professes that he feels no hatred. On the contrary, his behaviour is an example of suffering with good grace. Those who want to understand the Muslim mind would do well to examine how the narrator tries to model himself on Mohammed, the comfort that he takes from prayer, and his spiritual priorities.
He is deeply upset at the way that the guards carry a copy of the Koran, throwing it about and showing no respect. Show all links.
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