Poems from Guantanamo: The Detainees Speak

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Available only because of the tireless efforts of pro bono attorneys who submitted each line to Pentagon scrutiny, Poems from Guantnamo brings together twenty-two poems by seventeen detainees, most still at Guantnamo, in legal limbo. Death Poem by Jumah al Dossari Take my blood.

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Take my death shroud and The remnants of my body. Take photographs of my corpse at the grave, lonely.

Send them to the world, To the judges and To the people of conscience, Send them to the principled men and the fair-minded. And let them bear the guilty burden before the world, Of this innocent soul.

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Let them bear the burden before their children and before history, Of this wasted, sinless soul, Of this soul which has suffered at the hands of the "protectors or peace. Dispatched from the UK in 3 business days When will my order arrive? Home Contact us Help Free delivery worldwide. Free delivery worldwide. Bestselling Series.

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New Releases. Poems from Guantanamo : The Detainees Speak. Description Since , at least men have been held in the U.

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According to Department of Defense data, fewer than half of them are accused of committing any hostile act against the United States or its allies. In hundreds of cases, even the circumstances of their initial detainment are questionable. This collection gives voice to the men held at Guantanamo. Available only because of the tireless efforts of pro bono attorneys who submitted each line to Pentagon scrutiny, ""Poems from Guantanamo"" brings together twenty-two poems by seventeen detainees, most still at Guantanamo, in legal limbo.

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