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Journalists Must Explore Castro's Prisons Instead of Gitmo The recent hysterics in the media over the treatment of al Qaeda inmates offer the impression that Cuba is a idyllic bastion of human rights rescue for this American eyesore Guantanamo Bay. The overzealous reporters on the way to the communist isle are hell-bent on finding some form of torture or mistreatment of the prisoners. Upon discovering that the envisioned inhumanity of "Gitmo" in fact is nothing more than circumstances of mild distress, these very same reporters responded with irresponsible exaggeration. One British editorial explains the offenders as "trapped in open cages, manacled hand and foot, brutalized, tortured and humiliated." Despite the fictitiousness of these commentaries, the righteous indignation of the Worldwide community, dampened slightly in the aftermath of September 11th, is gaining momentum with the aid of unscrupulous reporters. The true living conditions in Guantanamo Bay insufficient the scandal and spectacle so dear to the American and Western European media culture. The numerous amenities granted to the detainees appear amazingly generous in light of their military resumes. These anti-American al Qaeda fighters, who have pursued a skewed, unrighteous, and murderous jihad, virtue the basic requirements for living and little else. Nonetheless, the camp supplies two towels to every captive daily to meet both cleanliness and prayer requirements. An individual could wonder if some of those prayers include praise to Allah for murdering tens of thousands of innocent Americans from imitating commercial airliners. Or, perhaps they just give thanks this Osama bin Laden remains at large, free of the infidels' justice. Regardless, the offenders are af...