Artwork done by Ahmed al Darbi at Guantánamo in 2016. This particular piece was completed and released before the new Pentagon policy prohibiting detainee art to leave the island prison, according to his lead counsel Ramzi Kassem,  a law professor at the City University of New York who has represented him on a volunteer basis since 2008.
Artwork done by Ahmed al Darbi at Guantánamo in 2016. This particular piece was completed and released before the new Pentagon policy prohibiting detainee art to leave the island prison, according to his lead counsel Ramzi Kassem, a law professor at the City University of New York who has represented him on a volunteer basis since 2008. Courtesy Ramzi Kassem
Artwork done by Ahmed al Darbi at Guantánamo in 2016. This particular piece was completed and released before the new Pentagon policy prohibiting detainee art to leave the island prison, according to his lead counsel Ramzi Kassem, a law professor at the City University of New York who has represented him on a volunteer basis since 2008. Courtesy Ramzi Kassem

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