The detention conditions for taliban and al-qaeda fighters in cuba are criticized by human rights organizations, pictures just released by the pentagon love the criticism even louder
Guantanamo bay has a climate similar to san diego/california with regular temperatures around 26 to 32 degrees celsius. Whether this is a reason to rejoice for the captured taliban and al-qaida fighters now being shipped by the pentagon to the u.S. Navy base in cuba must be doubted. According to the motto "tui – you have earned it" the global prisoner transport with subsequent vacation stay in the caribbean does not expire. But what will become of this bizarre mission is unclear anyway, as the pentagon has not revealed any plans for what will happen to the 363 taliban and al-qaida fighters currently held in cuba in the future. 1.000 u.S. Soldiers have arrived in cuba to provide tighter security for capacities of up to 2.000 inmates to meet.
Prisoner in camp x-ray at naval base guantanamo bay. Photos from the pentagon