Oral history interview with Moazzam Begg [electronic resource], 2011.
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Born: 1968, Birmingham, UK; education: BA., University of Wolverhampton; career: activist, aid-worker, author, speaker, director of Cageprisoners; career focus: rendition, torture, rule of law, discussions: racism and xenophobia, War on Terror, detention at Guantanamo Bay, effects of detention on family relationships, Irish and Muslim experience as criminalized minorities in United Kingdom, extra-judicial killing, Arab spring, United Kingdom coalition government, justice; reminiscences: return from Guantanamo, choosing to enter public life.
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