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What It's Like To Be Force-Fed At Guantánamo

Gitmo prisoner Samir Naji al Hasan Moqbel sheds light on the prison's hunger strike.

Posted on April 15, 2013, at 11:29 a.m. ET

Photo: An ankle shackle used by prisoners during meetings with their lawyers.Excerpt via The New York Times.
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Photo: An ankle shackle used by prisoners during meetings with their lawyers.

Excerpt via The New York Times.

Photo: The interior of an unoccupied communal cellblock at Camp VI.Excerpt via The New York Times.
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Photo: The interior of an unoccupied communal cellblock at Camp VI.

Excerpt via The New York Times.

Photo: A holding pen used to transfer prisoners.Excerpt via The New York Times.
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Photo: A holding pen used to transfer prisoners.

Excerpt via The New York Times.

Photo: The interior of an unoccupied cell showing standard issue clothing given to prisoners.Excerpt via The New York Times.
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Photo: The interior of an unoccupied cell showing standard issue clothing given to prisoners.

Excerpt via The New York Times.

Photo: An unidentified prisoner reads a newspaper in a communal cellblock at Camp VI.Excerpt via The New York Times.
Bob Strong / Reuters

Photo: An unidentified prisoner reads a newspaper in a communal cellblock at Camp VI.

Excerpt via The New York Times.

Read Samir Naji al Hasan Moqbel's full op-ed here.

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