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America’s commitment to human rights and justice is being held prisoner at Guantanamo Bay. Take action today to end the abomination.

Five years ago the U.S. began detaining people at Guantánamo Bay without charges . . . without trial . . . without legal recourse . . . and without hope. The interrogation regime there led to many allegations of torture and ill-treatment. Five years later, despite widespread international condemnation, hundreds of people of more than 30 nationalities remain there. 

Many like Murat Kurnaz, only 20 when detained, were released without charge after years of harsh and cruel detention. Some were as young as 13 when detained.  The overwhelming majority have been held only on suspicion, guilty until proven innocent.

Speak out against the lawlessness at Guantánamo Bay and the policies behind it.  Take action by telling the President to shut down Guantánamo Bay.

You can also attend a local vigil or rally. Find out if a rally is happening in your area and join the hundreds of groups all over the world who are protesting. If you live in the DC area, attend our press conference and rally in front of the U.S. Supreme Court  (and let us know if you’re coming! ).

Finally, if you are short on time, you can simply sign the America I Believe In pledge  and pass it on to your friends and family.

Every day that the Guantánamo Bay detention facilities remain open is another day when the United States of America broadcasts to the world its utter lack of respect for the most basic human rights principles.

Amnesty International was the first to call for the closure of the detention facilities at Guantanamo, please add your voice to the emerging consensus and end this shameful chapter in the name of fighting the “war on terror”.  Because the America I believe in would close Guantanamo Bay.

Thank you for your support and activism!


Suha Dabbouseh
Project Manager
Denounce Torture Initiative

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