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US ‘Guantanamoisation’ of Syrian prisons will lead to further violence and trauma | CAGE


US ‘Guantanamoisation’ of Syrian prisons will lead to further violence and trauma | CAGE: “CAGE also demands answers as to what extent the British are involved in interrogations, and whether the UK government is also providing military support and funding to the Kurdish militia under the auspices of implementing ‘democracy’.”

“Attempting to steer and control militias and their detention programme in a deeply divided and sectarian Syria which is still reeling under the blows of Russian, Syrian, Iranian and coalition bombardment, demonstrates the US’s inability to heed past lessons. Instead of traumatising the world again by investing in its failed prison programmes and outsourcing its dirty work, it would do better to take heed of repeating the same ‘unintended’ consequences that have reaped only further violence.”

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