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Mohammed Mana Ahmed al-Qahtani (Arabic: محمد مانع أحمد القحطاني‎) (also transliterated as al-Kahtani) is a Saudi citizen and torture victim who is currently detained in the United...

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      News Source: The Guardian | over 3 years ago
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      News Source: Moreover Silicon Valley | over 3 years ago
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      News Source: Truthout | almost 4 years ago
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      News Source: Truthout | almost 4 years ago
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      News Source: Charlotte Observer Online | over 4 years ago
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      News Source: Truthout | almost 5 years ago
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      News Source: Press TV | almost 5 years ago
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      News Source: Times of Oman | almost 5 years ago
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