Guantánamo Diary - Chapter Five: GTMO, February 2003-August 2003 Summary & Analysis

Mohamedou Ould Slahi
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This chapter jumps ahead in time; it opens with an interrogation session in Guantanamo (GTMO). Slahi insisted that he be told what his crime was, but was not given an answer. His interrogator attempted to tell him he was suspicious: “You’re Arab, you’re young, you went to Jihad, you speak foreign languages, you’ve been in many countries, you’re a graduate in a technical discipline” (192), the same characteristics shared by 9/11 attackers. Slahi feared that the U.S. government was so convinced he had done something wrong that they would fabricate a charge against him. He briefly mentions the acquaintances who stayed at his home in Germany, who later went on to Chechnya; Slahi describes this in two sentences, while the introduction provides much more detail on Slahi’s interactions with other suspected terrorists who passed through Germany...

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