Tutorials :Journalism Delegation of RNS Visits Al-Qosi
Khartoum: A delegation of Journalism from RNS visited Al-Qosi, A man who spent a decade as a prisoner in the U.S. detention facility for militants in Guantanamo Bay returned Wednesday to his homeland Sudan after completing a shortened sentence for aiding al-Qaida in Afghanistan.
The Government of Sudan has send him to Al-Amal Hospital, that to prove his health fully reveal the molestation in the early arrest, as he said, but in the last two years, they had treated better than before completely and pointed to the existence of at least two of the Sudanese detainees in Guantanamo, Mohammed Nour and Ibrahim Osman in that prison. In his elder brother’s house, he exchanged words during the meeting with journalists and the family. He said I am happy to return to the homeland and I cannot describe this feeling. after all these years he said, he did not see any of the members of his family throughout this period came during the visit of some visitor because he asked them to not come to him that because the treatment for the visitors is worst. While the visit of the delegation, some of the visitors were Al-Qusi’s classmates, friends and neighbors, but he remember no one. In his elder brother’s house, where he stayed, his brother says they would travel to Atbara their birth town because Al-Qusi’s family is there and there are a big reception for him in the entrance of Atbara. From his side, Mahmoud El-Gusi his elder brother added that, he is very happy for his brother Ibrahim saying that his brother called him last February showed him that his lawyer Paul Reichler has declared that Ibrahim El-Qusi would be free on next July. Finally the delegation wished him a prompt return to the atmosphere of the country and harmony with the community. Finally, the delegation thanked El-Gusi’s family for their hospitality hoping that El-Gusi would live safely in his country.
By Mohammad Awad M. Jadallah, email@example.com, 14/07/2012