The General) [E–pub/Pdf] õ Ahmed Errachidi


The General

READ Ð AKUENTAJUI.CO Ë Ahmed Errachidi DOWNLOAD » The General Ahmed Errachidi Ë 1 DOWNLOAD Diplomatic lounge at Islamabad airport and spent five and a half years in Guantanamo There he was beaten tortured humiliated very nearly destroyedBut Ahmed did not give in This very ordinary Moroccan born London chef became a leader of men Known by the authorities as The General he devised protests and resistance by any mea. This book is a memoir and an important one It is appalling to read about a modern day gulag still in operation US President Barack Obama is heckled during a counter terrorism speech in Washington on Thursday by a protester demanding he close Guant namo Out of 166 men kept in Guant namo 86 have been cleared to leave but US officials have cited security concerns in effectively suspending any releases The US president cannot close Guantanamo without support from CongressThe book gives you a first hand experience of what it is like inside Guantanamo Shocking surreal and brutal the story needs to be told and I suspect stories will be told in the futurePlease read the full review at

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READ Ð AKUENTAJUI.CO Ë Ahmed Errachidi DOWNLOAD » The General Ahmed Errachidi Ë 1 DOWNLOAD On 11 September 2001 in a caf in London Ahmed Errachidi watched as the twin towers collapsed He was appalled by the loss of innocent life But he couldnt possibly have predicted how much of his own life he too would lose because of that dayIn a series of terrible events Ahmed was sold by the Pakistanis to the Americans in the. This book was written by one of the Muslim men detained at Guantanamo by the American govt initially under George Bush In light of the 911 attacks and the subseuent media leaks about the things that were happening at Guantanamo I can easily believe this account Errachidi gives an honest account of his treatment whilst in the prison It is shocking and confirms all of the abuse and I am not convinced by the author s reasons for ending up in Guantanamo in the first place and I note that he admits to having been working illegally in Britain at various points prior to his detention He states that he originally travelled to Pakistan in order to help civilians that were being effected by the war effort this despite having a young son desperately ill He was captured and sold to the Americans and only released after five years of incarceration It appears he was scheduled for release for several years but was not actually released as Britain wouldn t take him and they feared he would be tortured if returned to Morocco ironically he was already being tortured in Guantanamo I m sure his strange story about his reasons for going to Pakistan and his illegal visits to Britain are probably what prevented his case being progressed I don t know the truth of these things only the author does But his account rings true in all other respects and the abuse he and the other prisoners seemingly suffered was appallingI found a lot of this book repetitive and in far too much detail for the events in uestion I can t believe the author could remember so many small details about his detention It s almost incredible as he documents various days and times etcbut again it seems authentic He seems to have become a leader within the prison hence the General title and was responsible for a lot of the friction between the prisoners and the establishment including numerous hunger strikes If these were convicted prisoners then I would have less sympathy for this type of rebellion and would probably hold the view that they brought this on themselves BUT these were not convicts most of them hadn t even been charged a lot of them were never charged and some were completely innocent and just in the wrong place at the wrong timeso I can understand their frustration and their behaviour in these circumstancesThere is some swearing in this book but not a lot There are also limited sexual references The torture is described and may upset some readers I don t really recommend this book for Christians as there is nothing especially edifying in it and it is not light reading

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READ Ð AKUENTAJUI.CO Ë Ahmed Errachidi DOWNLOAD » The General Ahmed Errachidi Ë 1 DOWNLOAD Ns possible As a result he spent most of his time in solitary confinement But then after all those years Ahmed was freed his innocence admittedThis is Ahmeds story It will make you rethink what it means to be in the wrong place at the wrong time It will also make you look anew at courage survival justice and the War on Terro. a shocking terrifying testimonial and memoir of a hidden dark world

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  • 03 May 2018
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    The General) [E–pub/Pdf] õ Ahmed Errachidi This book was written by one of the Muslim men detained at Guantanamo by the American govt initially under George Bush In light of the 911 attacks and the subseuent media leaks about the things that were happening at Guantanamo I can easily believe this account Errachidi gives an honest account of his treatment whilst in the prison It is s

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    Ahmed Errachidi Ë 1 DOWNLOAD READ Ð AKUENTAJUI.CO Ë Ahmed Errachidi REVIEW The General With an introduction by Gillian Slovo The General tells the story of an innocent Moroccan captured in Pakistan and flown to Guantanamo Bay for a 5 year imprisonment involving officially sanctioned degradation and torture The story is beautifully told and well translated into elouent English from the original ArabicFinishing this bo

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    Ahmed Errachidi Ë 1 DOWNLOAD READ Ð AKUENTAJUI.CO Ë Ahmed Errachidi REVIEW The General America wanted the world to know they were giving assistance to the Afghani people and yet they couldn't accept that I'd been doing exactly the same thing This really sums up this book Was it really a war on terror? Or a war on Mus

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    READ Ð AKUENTAJUI.CO Ë Ahmed Errachidi Ahmed Errachidi Ë 1 DOWNLOAD The General) [E–pub/Pdf] õ Ahmed Errachidi It’s hard to know where to begin with this It reads like something from a third world country or oppressive dictatorship but no almost unbelievably this is the behaviour of a so called democracy the land of the free I think it’s fair to say that the author’s presence in Afghanistan at the time of invasion was dubious at best and clearly dumb and naïve and is certainly enough to justify reasonable suspici

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