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Born in Saudi Arabia in 1986, a country that offers him no future because of his Chadian nationality, Mohammed El Gorani decides to go and study in Karachi, Pakistan. Two months after he arrives, it’s September 11th, 2001. In the wrong place at the wrong time, the teenager is sold to the Americans by the Pakistani secret services, who claim he belongs to Al‐Qaïda. He finds himself in the fast lane to a living hell. He is imprisoned and tortured in Afghanistan before being taken to Guantanamo, where he is subjected to routine torture and interrogation.
Even beyond the descriptions of Guantanamo’s innermost workings, it is the character of Mohammed that calls out to us: a man who never gives up the struggle for his freedom.