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Interview with a Former Guantanamo Detainee: Blacked Out Bay (Part 3)

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In part 3 of Guantanamo: Blacked Out Bay, VICE News meets with Mustafa Ait Idir, a former detainee at the infamous detention facility. Idir was arrested in Bosnia-Herzegovina on charges of conspiring to blow up the US embassy in Sarajevo. He was acquitted shortly after, but was then transferred to American troops at a NATO base, and ultimately sent to Gitmo in January 2002. Idir told VICE News about his experience, and how it has affected him since.

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38 thoughts on “Interview with a Former Guantanamo Detainee: Blacked Out Bay (Part 3)

  1. Why everyone hating the host?first of all she's hot her name is Gianna,and she doing her job to get deep into Gtmo system that's why she is there,but i guess you guys wants her to f*** the guards and abuse the criminals,please full fill your thirst somewhere else

  2. I wonder how many detainees were picked up in countries that have a US base. Maybe some of these guys attacked our bases in THEIR countries. Makes me wonder why they are there. Did they act against Big Oil? Who did they have to piss off to end up there?

  3. Eto vam ga muslimani, pa volite ameriku. To vam je najgori neprijatelj, ali dobro, vi ste naveći glupaci sveta. Od početka arapskog proleća poginulo je preko dva miliona, nepismena stoko, 2000000 ljudi širom bliskog istoka, uglavnom muslimana, a hrišćani se polako čiste. Ali nema veze, vi ste hase i muse idioti, vi volite ameriku. Zašto musliman mora da bude glup po definiciji? Uključite malo mozak ako ga imate.

  4. https://youtu.be/HCUzHnVeI10 👈 if you think Guantanamo is more helping than harming, watch this & see if your opinion changes. If you spend even a couple of hours at that place, it can scar you for life. The guards at Guantanamo actually can make people go insane by everything they're doing. They smear period blood on their face, put their heads down the toilet… That's just a tiny part of what they're doing. I don't support terrorism or ISIS. It's one of the worst things humans can do. But once again, I suggest you visit the link.

  5. I love how the top comments are things like, "He IS worse than an animal, he's a psychopath" yet he's somehow also able to be interviewed by an American and not slit her throat, and also seemingly be able to hold some level of conversation………

  6. Blows me away that U.S justice system gives child rapist a few years then releases them to the public and all they have to do is register and most always reoffend and some start killing their victims to evade getting caught. Why not throw child predators here and let them fuckers rot!

  7. Vice would be considered commies or traitors for posting this 30 years ago. Be thankful for freedom of speech. And in other countries VICE would be attacked and the journalists could even be assassinated. The USA is still a beacon of freedom even with some issues.

  8. I can understand both sides. Vice is very good at pointing out the follies of the establishment and i commend them for that. I also know, that as a country, that these individuals weren't picked up for nothing.

    Whether you agree with countries policies, regarding terrorism, or not, they have an elaborate system of intelligence set up and designed to safe guard that particular country. Without this net of intelligence, countries would be exposed to more violent atrocities then countries without them.

    Saying that, I believe, we must always question our governments decisions and judgements – Leaving open rebellion as the very last of our obligations to safe guard the countries.

    We must pick and choose our battles and we must not rely on either government or rebels to decide our fate as nations. We must take into account each and every individual case of supposed terrorism and decide fates appropriately as a large group of people.

    Because individual soldiers or guards act inappropriately is not a foundation for closing down these kinds of institutions, in my opinion. To do so would put the "every man" in jeopardy to an alien way of life opposed to our individual cultures.

  9. Just as there is no end to the Israel-Palestinian conflict, there is no end to the Islamic Extremist- Infidel conflict. Once they get their hands on nuclear weapons, then turn off the lights and "forget about it".

  10. Why no one mentioning where this man is from originally? His name is not Bosnian one and he barely speaks language. My guess, and most likely true is that he is international jihadist that came in Bosnia to fight during that conflict back in 90s. Lots of those came and some settled in Bosnia. "El Mujahideen" is how their formation was called. Why you hiding this guy origin and making it look like it is some random Bosnian that was arrested out of blue sky for no reason?

  11. Why no one mentioning where this man is from originally? His name is not Bosnian one and he barely speaks language. My guess, and most likely true is that he is international jihadist that came in Bosnia to fight during that conflict back in 90s. Lots of those came and some settled in Bosnia. "El Mujahideen" is how their formation was called. Why you hiding this guy origin and making it look like it is some random Bosnian that was arrested out of blue sky for no reason?

  12. Not familiar with this guy's story. Maybe it was a language barrier but he seemed to have dodged some questions or maybe it's the fact he's psychologically damaged from being in there and not matter if he told the truth or a lie, his responses would be filled with anxiety thus making him seem like he's less credible. again, dunno anything about this guy's case so would have to reserve any judgement or speculation

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