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Shock, anger, amazement, disbelief, sadness and hope. Just some of the emotions and feelings you will encounter by reading this book. If there is only one book you read this year, 'Enemy Combatant' should be it.
Moazzem Begg manages to provide a detailed and compelling account of his kidnap, imprisonment, torture and detention without trial at the hands of the US in the so-called 'war on terror'. For UK readers, the implicit involvement of our own government in his ordeal is chilling and should act as a wake up call to all individuals who advocate the rule of law and the precept of innocent until proven guilty.
This is not just one man's tail of his own personal… Read more