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Uyghurs: Prisoners In Paradise By Hasna Turner
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This non-fiction book recounts the compelling plight of four Uyghurs from central Asia fleeing the grueling oppression of communist China only to be caught in the crossfire of the U.S. led “War... More > on Terror.” Their attempt to immigrate to Turkey derails as they are captured as a bounty offer in Pakistan and turned into the U.S. military for reward money by local tribesmen. In an attempt to find a better life, suddenly the men find themselves falsely imprisoned inside the notorious U.S. detention center in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. Seven years pass as the four men remain as indefinite ‘detainees' in Guantánamo, but had their prayers begging for freedom finally been answered? Released in the remote, mid-Atlantic subtropical island of Bermuda that American author, Mark Twain, once described as “superior to heaven”, the promises of a new life and a fresh start that had once saturated the minds of the four men, started to dwindle, was their newfound freedom too good to be true?< Less
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This non-fiction book recounts the compelling plight of four Uyghurs from central Asia who fled the grueling oppression of communist China only to be caught in the crossfire of the U.S. led... More > “War on Terror.” Their attempt to immigrate into Turkey derails as they are captured as a bounty offer in Afghanistan and turned into the U.S. military for reward money by local tribesmen. Ultimately, this resulted in their false imprisonment within the notorious U.S. detention center in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. Moreover, after seven years of being indefinite ‘detainees,’ and overcoming unimaginable obstacles while in captivity, their prayers begging for freedom were finally answered. Subsequently, they were released to the remote, mid-Atlantic subtropical island of Bermuda. And despite their new found freedom in a paradise that American author, Mark Twain, once referred to as “superior to heaven”, they are stateless and stranded to this day, now remaining as ‘prisoners in paradise.’< Less

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