The Confession: The Story of Moazzam Begg
He confessed to being a member of al-Qaeda in 2002 and spent almost two years in detention in Guantanamo, yet has never been convicted of any crime.
In 2014, Begg was arrested once again and charged with “terrorism offences” – only to be released with dropped charges months later.
In a gripping first-hand account, Begg chronicles the forces that he believes led to his confession and describes what life is like for him as a Muslim in modern-day Britain.
|Moazzam Begg speaks to journalists after being released from Belmarsh Prison on October 1, 2014, in London, UK [Rob Stothard/Getty Images]|
Source: Al Jazeera