Hassan Saleh bin Attash, a Yemeni national, was just seventeen at the time of his September 2002 arrest in Pakistan. The young man spent four days in a Karachi prison before being taken to a United States-run prison in Kabul, where he was held and allegedly tortured through the middle of September. He was then rendered to Jordan.
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"The Object of Torture is Torture: Extraordinary Renditions to Jordan and Human Rights in the War on Terror,"
Human Rights & Human Welfare: Vol. 10:
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