33 Years Ago Tomorrow I Started Driving From Berkeley To New York City With An Art Therapist Driving Companion
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"One of the top leaders of al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula is Said al-Shihri, 36, a Saudi national. He was captured in Pakistan in December 2001 and spent six years in the U.S. prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, before being transferred to Saudi Arabia in November 2007.
In Saudi Arabia, he entered a highly praised rehabilitation program that uses dialogue and art therapy to persuade former militants to renounce extremism. But after graduating, Shihri crossed the border into Yemen and rejoined al-Qaeda."
Source: Washington Post
Header: "Courtroom" by Philip Guston 1970. Copyright © 2009 National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
National Gallery of Art The Robert and Jane Meyerhoff Collection Selected Works