After 13 Years of Hell, Human Held Without Charges Has One Question for US

Finding Truth In an Illusory World

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‘If the war in Afghanistan is over,’ asks prisoner languishing at offshore prison, ‘why am I still here?’

In a strikingly personal piece, Moath al-Alwi expresses his grief, anger, and frustrations after nearly 13 years of being held with no charges by the U.S. government. “I wonder now,” he writes, “if the US follows any rule of law at all: the Geneva Conventions or even its own Constitution. Where is the freedom and justice for all that it so proudly boasts to the world?” (Photo: AP/file)

Moath al-Alwi, who has been a prisoner of the U.S. government and detained at the offshore prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba since 2002 without ever being charged with a crime or afforded a trial, has a simple yet urgent question for the American people and the U.S. government:

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