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  • Drudge Report's first banner image for 'Taliban: We're now inspired to kidnap more!"
    Drudge Report: Obama's terrorists-for-trade 'Gitmo Mart' open, says Hurt
    An editor of Drudge Report, Charles Hurt, sees a "Gitmo soldier marketplace," run by Obama coming soon. The president has already sent a message he's ready-to-deal after Obama's first "cur for curs," swap. For real...
  • Is Obama ready to release still another prisoner from GITMO?
    Is Obama ready to release still another prisoner from GITMO?
    Fox News reported that this administration wants to release another GITMO detainee. Fouzi Khalid Abdullah al-Awda appeared in a video feed before a review board Wednesday morning, June 4, in northern Virginia, often smiling as his private...
  • No homecoming party for Sergeant Bergdahl - cancelled
    No homecoming party for Sergeant Bergdahl - cancelled
    The fallout of the Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl swap for five Taliban terrorists incarcerated at Guantanamo, has taken a new twist. Yesterday it was widely circulated that Bergdahl had deserted his post in 2009, according to a number of his platoon...
  • Andres Thomas Conteris undergoes a public force-feeding.
    GITMO protester fights alleged torture with virtual reality
    A crowd of news media and antiwar protesters are enthusiastically huddled on a busy Washington, D.C. sidewalk. For many here, jarring sounds of honking cars and construction crews can’t alter their sense of suspense, intrigue and excitement....
  • Guantanamo inmate says hunger strike will continue
    Guantanamo inmate says hunger strike will continue
    Although President Barack Obama has been promising to close past President George W Bush's concentration camp at Guantanamo for years, this dark chapter in American history in dealing with Guantanamo continues. Al Jazeera has published a...
  • Anti-American demonstrators, some dressed as a Guantanamo detainees, march through the streets while protesting against the offical visit of U.S. President Barack Obama to South Africa.
    Obama is hit by human rights groups over Guantanamo
    Barack Obama may still be proving after all of these years that he has an unusual ability to speak well. However, a lot of people think he has turned out to be just another smooth talking clever politician who made a lot of eloquent promises to...
  • Senator Ted Cruz
    Ted Cruz criticizes plans to close Guantanamo
    A July 27, 2013 story in the Houston Chronicle related a recent hearing of the Senate Judiciary Committee at which Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas delved into the vexing question of what to do about the terrorist prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. President...
  • Guantanamo and Prison Break:  Al-Qaeda gaining manpower and weapons
    Guantanamo and Prison Break: Al-Qaeda gaining manpower and weapons
    While the Barack Obama administration concentrates on the Syrian civil war and Morsi’s Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, Iraq has spilled out in an almost "all out war". Al-Qaeda claimed responsibilityfor raids on two Iraqi prisons this...
  • Demonstrators, some dressed as a Guantanamo detainees, march through the streets while protesting against the offical visit of President Obama  in Pretoria, South Africa
    Guantanamo criticized over suicide of inmate
    Controversy has persisted over the Guantanamo prison, with allegations by human rights activists that the prison should be permanently shut down. Al Jazeera reported on June 28, 2013, Guantanamo criticised over inmate death. A US military report...
  • Entrance to Whitsell Auditorium at the Portland Art Museum
    REVIEW: 'Stress Position' - screening June 13 - forces thoughts on Guantanamo
    Many are questioning why Guantanamo is not closed. Most object philosophically and don’t want to ponder the reality of the place. It’s most likely human nature to object to torture, but as long as there is physical and psychological...
  • No picnic at Guantanamo
    Forced feeding is inhumane; letting prisoners opt to die is better?
    Maybe letting prisoners have it their way should be an option.A Guardian story today reports that the UN and World Medical Assembly might prefer to let prisoners die under their own free will than to force feed them to keep them alive.Under that...
  • Should Republicans continue blocking Obama from closing Guantanamo?
    Should Republicans continue blocking Obama from closing Guantanamo?
    President Barack Obama said Tuesday that he was going to “make another run” at closing the military prison at Guantanamo Bay. The prison was set up by George W. Bush to hold, interrogate, (and torture) persons arrested in the War on...
  • Enemy combatants
    Guantanamo: Slow path to martyrdom
    Some prisoners at Guantanamo are are trying to starve themselves to death. In that way they in their twisted minds, they become martyrs. Dying in American hands might cause sympathetic reaction that creates damage to Americans like a suicide bomb...
  • Outcry in Yemen sparked by Guantanamo strike
    Outcry in Yemen sparked by Guantanamo strike
    There has been outrage growing internationally regarding the long-term gross violations of human rights of prisoners at Guantanamo, which appears to manifest the pathetic growing acceptance of filthy brutality by the government of the United...
  • Activists in Times Square, dressed in orange prison jumpsuits, participate in a nationwide 'Day of Action to Close Guantanamo & End Indefinite Detention' on April 11, 2013 in New York City.
    Half of Guantanamo prisoners on hunger strike
    As reported yesterday byNPR and some other non-mainstream news sites, about half of the 166 prisoners at Guantanamo are now on hunger strike. But, the mainstream media seem completely to ignore this fact.The cable news outlets in the U.S. have...