Guantánamo Diary - Chapter Four: Jordan, November 29, 2001 – July 19, 2002 Summary & Analysis

Mohamedou Ould Slahi
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This chapter also proceeds chronologically from the previous. Slahi debarked from the plane, and instantly realized that he was being treated more harshly than during any previous detentions or interrogations. He was blindfolded during the journey, and was only unblindfolded once in the Jordanian prison, where he noticed pictures of the Jordanian president hanging, and comments on how this led him to distrust the government.

As Slahi was processed in to the prison, there was some confusion among the guards about the fact that Slahi was not from Jordan. Slahi continued asserting his innocence to the Jordanian guards, and respectfully addressed them as “Hajji” (154). He stated aloud that he would be returning to his country, but acknowledges to the reader that he “had the feeling now that [he] was being lied to and betrayed" (154). He describes meals and prayer in...

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