Juma al-Dossary

Juma Al-Dossary

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Juma al-Dossary

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Jumah Mohammed Abdul Latif Al Dossari () is a Bahraini, formerly held in the American prison for security detainees, Camp Delta, at the US Naval base at Guantanamo Bay. After five years of the detention there, three and half of which he spent in solitary confinement, he was released, with no charges against him, to Saudi Arabia in 2007.

His Guantanamo Internment Serial Number was 261.

In late July 2005, Al-Dossari spoke with his lawyer Joshua Colangelo-Bryan about the summer's first hunger strike. The prisoners ended this strike on July 28, 2005, when guard commander Michael Bumgarner promised concessions.

Speaking in Bahrain in September 2005, following the meeting with his client, Colangelo-Bryan revealed that Al-Dossari had informed him that:
  • the detainees were willing to die, if necessary, to resolve their grievances.
  • the detainees were protesting their imprisonment without having fair hearings.
  • the detainees were protesting interference with their religious practices, including interruption of the call to prayer by prison officers who talked loudly during the call and even mimicked it.
  • the detainees were served food which was often rotten and tap water which was yellow and brackish.
  • the number of detainees being given acute medical attention had overwhelmed the camp's infirmary, and that critically ill detainees were in cots in the interrogation area.

Colangelo-Bryan believed that Al-Dossari joined in the summer's second hunger...
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