Former Guantanamo Muslim terrorist prisoners demand more compensation from the U.S.

Four former Guantanamo Bay prisoners protested in front of the US Embassy in Montevideo, Uruguay, complaining over “broken promises” and demanding greater financial support from Washington.

Former Guantanamo detainees Omar Mahmoud Faraj (L), Ali Shabaan (C) and Abdul din Muhammed Tawes (2nd R)  in front of the U.S. embassy in Montevideo

Former Guantanamo detainees Omar Mahmoud Faraj (L), Ali Shabaan (C) and Abdul din Muhammed Tawes (2nd R) in front of the U.S. embassy in Montevideo

RT  The Muslims are part of a group of six detainees who were released from the US military prison in 2014 and granted refugee status by the South American country under then-president Jose Mujica. The Uruguayan government resettled the men into a four-bedroom house, where they have been staying for the past few months since their release. Ex-prisoners complained about their housing conditions.

One of the six men, Tunisian Adel bin Muhammad El Ouerghi, said “we are too many to stay in the house” and complained they had to stay in a hotel from time to time, AP reports. But the men were recently evicted from the hotel as they had no funds to pay the bills.

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Another former detainee Omar Mahmud Faraj said the Uruguayan government had “promised many things, but so far these are only words.” At the moment each of them receives around $600 (roughly 15,000 pesos) per month to cover food, clothes and other items.

El Ouerghi says “I want to live here and bring my family here, how am I supposed to pay for gas and water bills and food with only 15,000 pesos?” (How about getting a job?)

The six Muslim terrorists were detained back in 2002. They were never charged and spent over a decade in the Guantanamo Bay Military prison. They were cleared for release in 2010, but were unable to go back home because their own countries refused to accept them and had to stay in prison while the US authorities found a country willing to host the former terror suspects.

Ken O’Keefe, the former US Marine interviewed in this Iranian Press TV video below, is a scumbag anti-American traitor who should be sitting in Guantanamo himself, but has been given sanctuary in London.

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