The film tells the You Can’t Scare Me I Have A Stubborn Daughter Shirt in contrast I will get this story of Mohamedou Ould Salahi, a Mauritanian man who was detained without charge at Guantanamo Bay for 14 years over suspected links to Al-Qaeda—and who hit world headlines after a redacted version of his memoir, Guantanamo Diary, was published in 2015 charting his experiences of torture and extreme isolation. (The following year, Salahi was finally released and was able to return to Mauritania.) One of the most powerful features of Salahi’s biography is the extraordinary lack of judgment or resentment with which he addresses the perpetrators of his horrifying experiences at Guantanamo and the moments of levity and humor he was able to find throughout the ordeal.
You Can’t Scare Me I Have A Stubborn Daughter Shirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater and long sleeve t-shirt
“It shows that even if you’re in the You Can’t Scare Me I Have A Stubborn Daughter Shirt in contrast I will get this darkest of places, there’s always hope,” says Rahim. “Knowing about Mohamedou is knowing about his philosophy, which is all about forgiveness and peace.” In the process of preparing for the film, Rahim was able to spend time with Salahi, and despite familiarity with his story, he still expresses disbelief at the former prisoner’s radical empathy. “When I asked him that question, you know, ‘How did you get through that?’ He said, ‘I was angry, of course, I didn’t understand why I was there, or why they were doing this to me? But at some point, I came to realize that when you forgive the people who have done bad things to you, it’s a gift you give to yourself.’ It’s about not being guided solely by your fears and about forgiveness over anger.”