Al Qaeda's endless war leads to indefinite detention for some

NY Times:

Despair Drives Revolt at Guantánamo

With any decision about closing down the prison in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, put on the back burner, inmates there have lost hope of ever being released.
Their despair should not be focused on the US or where they are being detained.  They are being held to keep them from returning to the war against us.  If al Qaeda and the radical Muslims would quit making war against us, they could be released.  But until then they should remain in detention.  If they meet their demise in Gitmo that is better than having them commit mass murder attacks against the US and its allies.

I question the judgment of those who have empathy for their situation.

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