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Fünf Jahre meines Lebens Ein Bericht aus Guantánamo Read & Download È PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook æ ➾ [Download] ➾ Fünf Jahre meines Lebens Ein Bericht aus Guantánamo By Murat Kurnaz ➳ – Gym-apparel.co.uk In October 2001 nineteen year old Murat Kurnaz traveled tTion Finally in August Kurnaz was released with acknowledgment of his innocence Told with lucidity accuracy and wisdom Kurnaz's story is both sobering and poignant an important testimony about our turbulent times when innocent people get caught in the crossfire of the war on terrori. easy to read tough to hear

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Andahar Afghanistan where he was severely mistreated and then two months later he was flown to Guantanamo as Prisoner For than days he was tortured and lived Fünf Jahre PDFEPUBthrough hell He was kept in a cage and endured daily interrogations solitary confinement and sleep depriva. As a seasoned human rights activist i have read and reread report after report about the violations of human rights of individuals and have grown used to it However after reading Mr Kuranz's account of his 5 imprisonment i am absolutely stunned I am stunned at how cruel one human being can be to another In this case the US soldiers who acted as mr Kurnaz's captors As familar i am with things like the Universal Declaration of human rights the geneva convention rules of engagement and the army field manual as guidelines for conduct in conflicts The things tthe US government did to him were far above anything he warrentedas an enemy combatant I won't go into the things done to this innocent man except that ironically the thing i think i found most disturbing was Kurnaz's discovery that his captors were secretly spitting in his food and serving it to him This book personifies the accounts of others like him ie the film The Road To GuantanamoIt is a moving testimony to the depths that people Kurnaz's captorscan sink to in the name of fighting a war against terror and proof that everyone deserves to be treated humainly

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Fünf Jahre meines Lebens Ein Bericht aus GuantánamoIn October nineteen meines Lebens Epub #219 year old Murat Kurnaz traveled to Pakistan to visit a madrassa During a security check a few weeks after his arrival he was arrested without explanation and for a bounty of the Pakistani police sold him to US forces He was first taken to K. This book is devastating and I wonder if anyone who isn't already convinced that Guantanamo should have been closed long ago will read it The very sky is stolen from Kurnaz the passage where he writes of this loss is particularly moving who was known to be innocent in 2002 and continued to waste away in Guantanamo for four years It does not have the literary uality of Night by Wiesel for example hence the four stars rather than five but it is an important book and that Kurnaz survives at all is a testament to his spirit and faith I'm sure some readers will doubt the many instances of torture that he recounts but with all the many revelations that our highest members of government were involved in setting the rules for harsh interrogation tactics I see little reason to doubt him Regardless even if he had been treated with constant kindness he was imprisoned for five years without due process of law and known to be innocent for four of those and it is unbearable I used to wonder how Americans in the 40's could bear the internment of Japanese Americans the turning back of boatloads of Jewish people to extinction in Germany the racism directed against American soldiers of color but now I understand the feeling of powerlessness that must have gripped so many dismayed by wrongs done by their own government If you read this book and it moves you consider joining Amnesty International's fight to close Guantanamo I wish I knew of that could be done Still in the midst of all the suffering Kurnaz thinks always of the other people around him saves scraps of bread to feed the birds and lizards and indulges in a thousand other small kindnesses that are a testament to the goodness and humanity that can be present anywhere