Guantanamo Bay detainee Moazzam Begg, and three of his children, from left to right: Abdul Raman, Nisaba and Umama, was arrested by the CIA in the Pakistani capital of Islamabad in February 2002. He is a language teacher and law student who ran a bookshop selling religious and historical books and videotapes, before moving his family to Afghanistan to carry out charity work.
Guantanamo Bay detainee Moazzam Begg, and three of his children, from left to right: Abdul Raman, Nisaba and Umama, was arrested by the CIA in the Pakistani capital of Islamabad in February 2002. He is a language teacher and law student who ran a bookshop selling religious and historical books and videotapes, before moving his family to Afghanistan to carry out charity work.
Guantanamo Bay detainee Moazzam Begg, and three of his children, from left to right: Abdul Raman, Nisaba and Umama, was arrested by the CIA in the Pakistani capital of Islamabad in February 2002. He is a language teacher and law student who ran a bookshop selling religious and historical books and videotapes, before moving his family to Afghanistan to carry out charity work.

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