The CIA Came at Night

June 2013
CounterPunch;Jun2013, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p5
The article narrates the story of Marwan al-Jabour, a Palestinian who was detained after he had dinner with a professor and a friend in Lahore, Pakistan in 2004. It relates how al-Jabour was kidnapped, tortured and then dehumanized during the post-911 wars. It is noted that he was held in prison as ordered by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency for over two-and-a-half years. It points out that he still hopes for justice to come to him after freedom.


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