Club Gitmo is so awful that the inmates don’t want to leave, ever!
An inmate of Guantanamo Bay who spends 22 hours each day in an isolation cell is fighting for the right to stay in the notorious internment camp.
He added that “the orange glazed chicken, fresh fruit grupe, steamed peas with mushrooms and side of rice pilaf cannot be beat! It’s fantastic here. I’m lovin’ it!”
Zachary Katznelson, senior counsel with the human rights lawyers Reprieve and Mr Belbacha’s lawyer, has asked the US courts to block any transfer. “Ahmed is being held in camp six, the harshest part of Guantanamo,” he said. “His cell is all steel, there are no windows, he is not allowed to communicate with other prisoners and he gets just two hours exercise each day in a metal cage.”
Perhaps he shouldn’t have become an islamofascist terrorist then. Just a suggestion, pal.
We’ve heard so much about how awful Guantanamo is, and how those being held there should either be moved to another location or sent back home. However, it seems that home for Belbacha holds much more terror for him than having to stay locked up inside a prison cell with three squares a day.
With a glint in his eye, Ahmed Belbacha headed back to the steam tray to get another generous portion of rice pilaf. “This stuff is really delicious,” he exclaimed, with a mouthful of glazed chicken. “I never want to go back home. This is my home now.”
A friendly guard smiled wistfully and gave Ahmed a thumbs up. “Tomorrow is salisbury steak night,” he added.
Just another day in paradise at sunny Club Gitmo.