This is the cover of an Arabic-language proposal by five Guantanamo detainees to set up a farming business on their return to their native Yemen. The men, all held as "indefniite detainees," drew it up in a self-styled business class inside the barbed-wire-ringed prison in 2013. The U.S. military approved an Arabic-English copy of the business plan for release in January 2013, and it was recently obtained by the Miami Herald.
This is the cover of an Arabic-language proposal by five Guantanamo detainees to set up a farming business on their return to their native Yemen. The men, all held as "indefniite detainees," drew it up in a self-styled business class inside the barbed-wire-ringed prison in 2013. The U.S. military approved an Arabic-English copy of the business plan for release in January 2013, and it was recently obtained by the Miami Herald.
This is the cover of an Arabic-language proposal by five Guantanamo detainees to set up a farming business on their return to their native Yemen. The men, all held as "indefniite detainees," drew it up in a self-styled business class inside the barbed-wire-ringed prison in 2013. The U.S. military approved an Arabic-English copy of the business plan for release in January 2013, and it was recently obtained by the Miami Herald.

Yemeni ‘forever prisoner’ asks to leave Guantánamo

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