A number of Pakistanis released from the US high-security
prison in Cuba's Guantanamo Bay talk about their experiences:
"I have no complaints against the Americans or the Afghans and I don't
seek any compensation from anyone. I leave it to Allah to reward me," says Abdul Raziq.
He is one of 11 Pakistanis released recently from the Camp Delta prison
at Guantanamo Bay on the coast of Cuba. ...
After 21 months in prison in Afghanistan and in Guantanamo Bay, he says
prison life was better in Camp Delta. ...
But other former prisoners are not so sanguine about the time in Guantanamo
The treatment of the prisoners has become the subject of international controversy
with several human rights groups complaining about torture and open-ended detentions.
US officials have denied torturing detainees, saying they are allowed to
practise their religion and given good medical care.
At least 40 prisoners have been returned to their home countries so far.