Rather than producing valuable intelligence or keeping terror suspects off the streets, the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base practices radicalized detainees, and for many served as a "school for Jihad," or holy war.
Rather than producing valuable intelligence or keeping terror suspects off the streets, the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base practices radicalized detainees, and for many served as a "school for Jihad," or holy war. Pool image by Mark Wilson / Getty Images / MCT
Rather than producing valuable intelligence or keeping terror suspects off the streets, the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base practices radicalized detainees, and for many served as a "school for Jihad," or holy war. Pool image by Mark Wilson / Getty Images / MCT

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