Monday, April 23, 2007

[wvns] James Yee, Islam, and Guantanamo

James Yee, Islam, and Guantanamo
April 14 2007

"There are many female interrogators down at Guantanamo...there are
very many who interrogate Muslim male prisoners after stripping all
of their cloths off standing naked in front of these men."

Chaplain James Yee, former US Army Muslim Chaplain and Captain at
Guantanamo, discusses how he became a Muslim and then goes into
detail about psychological and physical at Guantanamo and his own
arrest and solitary confinement while a US army chaplain.

He reveals Guantanamo's shocking interrogation technigues (such as
sexual taunting from naked female interrogators), physical and
psychological abuse, and desecration of the Koran by guards. He also
discusses his own arrest, solitary confinement with sensory
deprivation, and eventual total exoneration. All charges were
dropped again him. He was returned to duty and given a commendation.
He resigned his commission and received an honorable discharge.

Mr. Yee spoke on April 14, 2007 at the 3rd Annual Midwest Peace and
Justice Summit held on the IUPUI campus in Indianapolis, IN.

Conference sponsors were: IUPUI Student Advocates for Global
Equality; Indiana Peace & Justice Network; Plowshares Consortium of
Peace Studies Programs; IUPUI Center for Service and Learning;
Indianapolis Peace and Justice Center; and IUPUI Office of Campus
and Community Life.

On Guantanamo and his arrest/solitary confinement

On his becoming a Muslim

Entire presentation at Google:

Video recorded and edited by Charles Jenks; © 2007 Traprock Peace
Center; all rights reserved.
Contact: charles @



To subscribe to this group, send an email to:


Need some good karma? Appreciate the service?
Please consider donating to WVNS today.
Email for instructions.

To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to:

Yahoo! Groups Links

<*> To visit your group on the web, go to:

<*> Your email settings:
Individual Email | Traditional

<*> To change settings online go to:

(Yahoo! ID required)

<*> To change settings via email:

<*> To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to:

<*> Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to:

No comments: