My Guant Namo Diary

Author: Mahvish Rukhsana Khan
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Mahvish Khan is an American lawyer, born to immigrant Afghan parents in Michigan.

A Guantanamo Diary Operation Sea Signal

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By late summer 1994 the expansion of refugee operations just to the south of Florida had reached a crisis. The U.S. naval base at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba was already host to more than 14,000 Haitian refugees.

Guantanamo Diary

Author: Mohamedou Ould Slahi
Publisher: Noura Books
ISBN: 6023850650
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Mohamedou Ould Slahi tak pernah menyangka, bahkan tidak dalam mimpi terburuknya, bahwa sore itu ialah kali terakhir dia menjejakkan kaki sebagai manusia bebas.

Transnational Feminist Perspectives On Terror In Literature And Culture

Author: Basuli Deb
Publisher: Routledge
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London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1973. Print. Khalili, Laleh.Time in the Shadows:
Confinement in Counterinsurgencies. Stanford: Stanford University Press,2013.
Print. Khan, Mahvish Rukhsana. My Guantanamo Diary: The Detainees and
theStories that TheyTold Me.New York: Public Affairs, 2008. Print. Magona,
Sindiwe. Mother to Mother. Cape Town: David Philip, 1998. Print. Menchú,
Rigoberta. I,Rigoberta Menchú: AnIndian Woman in Guatemala. Ed. Elisabeth
BurgosDebray. Trans.

The Guant Namo Effect

Author: Laurel E. Fletcher
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... "Government Conclusions on Guantanamo Deaths Do Not Absolve
Government of Responsibility," available at
releases/government-conclusions- Guantanamo-deaths-do-not-absolve-
government-responsib (accessed October 1, 2008). 22. Center for Constitutional
Rights, "Government Conclusions on Guantanamo Deaths"; Mahvish Rukhasana
Khan, My Guantanamo Diary: The Detainees and the Stories They Told Me (New
York: PublicAffairs, ...


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bitch READS EFEMMERA My Guantanamo Diary: The Detainees and the Stories
They Told Me Mahvish Rukhsana Khan {public affairs} In 2005, Khan was a
young, idealistic law student studying federal torture statutes and how the Bush
administration had circumvented them in creating the Guantanamo Bay detention
center. Like many, she considered the fact that individuals were being detained
indefinitely without due process an affront to the Constitution; as the daughter of
Afghan ...

The Guantanamo Files

Author: Andy Worthington
Publisher: Pluto Press
ISBN: 9780745326641
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57-68, and Naibullah Darwaish (ISN 1019): CSRT Set 43, pp. 27-33 (released in
April 2005), and the stories of two pro-Karzai military officers— Sharifullah (ISN
944): CSRT Set 1, pp. 79-97, and Said Amir Jan (ISN 945): CSRT Set 23, pp. 34-
48. 4. Haq (ISN 1100): CSRT Set 41, pp. 1-21. 5. Khail (ISN 1001): CSRT Set 47,
pp. 11-21. 6. Shah (ISN 1154): CSRT Set 51, pp. 110-35; Mahvish Khan, "
Guantanamo Diary," Washington Post, April 30, 2006; Akhtiar (ISN 1036): CSRT
Set 13, pp ...

Amnesty International

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1 PERSPECTIVES Outrage over the Guantanamo detentions spurred Mahvish
Rukhsana Khan to volunteer in the legal effort to defend detainees' basic rights.
Mahvish Rukhsana Khan worked as a translator assisting U.S. lawyers defending
Guantanamo detainees. Now a lawyer herself, Khan has published articles in
The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Washington Post and other
publications. Her book, My Guantanamo Diary, has just been published by Public
Affairs ...

Boumediene V Bush 2008

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Bay. Cuba 17 (2006), available at hUpy/
Torture_Report_Kirail_ version, pdf (lust visited Mar. 2, 9007) (reporting that
Petitioners Lahmar and Rensayah were kept in isolation for 15 months and that
Mr. Lahmar's cell was "so cold on one occasion that ice formed on the vents"); id.
at 18 (reporting that Petitioner Roumediene was deprived of sleep for 13
consecutive days); Mavish Khan, My Guantanamo Diary: Fact to Face with the
War on Terrorism, Wash.