Murtaza Hussain is a journalist whose work focuses on national security, foreign policy and human rights. His work has previously been featured in the New York Times, The Guardian and Al Jazeera English.
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I felt compelled to analyze his words at length because as a nonwhite Westerner — a Muslim no less — I’m one of the “invaders” that he speaks about.
Considered for years an unrepentant militant, Ghassan al-Sharbi is locked up at Guantánamo Bay. He has never spoken to the media — until now.
The letter's metadata lists as its author an activist who has inveighed against refugees, Palestinians, and American Jews.
"My concern, as I wrote the book, was that the public’s loathing of the established order was bound to implicate our democratic system itself."
“These kids you see around, Africans and Arabs, whether people like it or not, they’re French.”