Algerian-Bosnian Mustafa Ait Idir told both his lawyer and a military tribunal at Guantanamo that a squad of soldiers beat him viciously as he begged to keep his pants -- so that he could pray.
Algerian-Bosnian Mustafa Ait Idir told both his lawyer and a military tribunal at Guantanamo that a squad of soldiers beat him viciously as he begged to keep his pants -- so that he could pray. From the Miami Herald
Algerian-Bosnian Mustafa Ait Idir told both his lawyer and a military tribunal at Guantanamo that a squad of soldiers beat him viciously as he begged to keep his pants -- so that he could pray. From the Miami Herald

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