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Rapper Mos Def Undergoes Force Feeding in Protest of Guantanamo Prisoners’ Treatment

Chelsea Roff

There are currently 120 prisoners on hunger strike at Guantanamo Bay in protest of their detention without trial. 44 of them are being force fed against their will. In a shocking video with the aim of raising public awareness and campaigning for human rights, rapper Mos Def undergoes the standard operating procedure for force feeding - which involves inserting a nose-to-stomach tube while prisoners are strapped to a chair. Warning: Some may find these images distressing

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