Scott Hardie | May 19, 2002
I suddenly got very angry while reading this Newsweek interview with a fugitive Taliban leader. When asked what he thought of treatment of Taliban and Al Qaeda prisoners at Guantanamo, he said, "We know they are not being treated well. The treatment is against basic human rights." What the FUCK does a former Taliban official know about basic human rights? Talk about arrogant hypocrisy.

Matthew Preston | May 19, 2002
Well, basic human rights that do not affect their religious beliefs or allow women any power....


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