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I regard this is a great honour, and a recognition of my work, and those interested in accessing the archive of my site (which was archived on January 12, and will be updated at regular intervals) can do so here. The page indexing the site is here, and see here for a BBC article about the UK Web Archive.
Andy Worthington is the author of The Guantánamo Files: The Stories of the 774 Detainees in America’s Illegal Prison (published by Pluto Press, distributed by Macmillan in the US, and available from Amazon — click on the following for the US and the UK) and of two other books: Stonehenge: Celebration and Subversion and The Battle of the Beanfield. To receive new articles in your inbox, please subscribe to my RSS feed (and I can also be found on Facebook and Twitter). Also see my definitive Guantánamo prisoner list, updated in July 2010, details about the new documentary film, “Outside the Law: Stories from Guantánamo” (co-directed by Polly Nash and Andy Worthington, and available on DVD here), my definitive Guantánamo habeas list and the chronological list of all my articles, and, if you appreciate my work, feel free to make a donation.
Congratulations Andy, and much deserved too. Your relentless pursuit of justice and truth is inspiring, thanks for your work!
And thank you, Peter!
On Facebook, Zahara Ali wrote:
Wow!!! Congratulations Andy
Felicity Arbuthnot wrote:
Congratulations, terrific — and deserved acknowledgement.
Lila Mines wrote:
yes congratulations Andy
Maggie Hansen wrote:
Huge congratulations there Andy!
Ruth Gilburt wrote:
fantastic, Andy — just as it should be! x
Kunle Balogun wrote:
it is as a result of hardwork so keep it up
Jaq White wrote:
what an honour! Your work and dedication is getting the official recognition it deserves! x
Diana Molinari wrote:
you deserve it and more! Thank you for your good work! Have a great week, peace and love!
George Kenneth Berger wrote:
Keep up the good work. Your persistence and knowledge are admirable.
Amir Khan wrote:
Congratulations for such an accomplishment Andy!
I always look forward to your reading your great work.
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Patrick Warren wrote:
Tashi Farmilo-Marouf Artist wrote:
Fantastic I am praying for more goodness to come your way
Thank you, everyone. I appreciate the support!
Amir Khan wrote:
We appreciate your hard work and dedication for truth and justice!
Ann Alexander wrote:
I remember, on reading one of your articles years ago, I felt compelled to contact you. You wrote on a subject I knew well and you wrote with totally accuracy. I could find no mistakes at all. You have never let us down. You are a brilliant historian, Andy and now we can be assured that future generations are as well informed. It is such a great honour and well deserved, Andy. Congratulations.
Willy Bach wrote:
Andy, thanks, well deserved, but it also puts on the public record the black stain of undeniable guilt, so that quisling historians will find it harder to paint a glorious picture of the various governments who carried out these criminal acts.
Robin Laurain wrote:
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Allison Lee-Clay wrote:
We’re so proud for you, Andy!
Mara Ahmed wrote:
andy, u totally rock my friend!
Christine Casner wrote:
Congratulations, Andy!!!! Oh, I am so proud to call you “friend”!!! You ROCK!!!! LOL ♥
Bill Fisher wrote:
Andy, more than any other person I can think of, you deserve this honor. You earned it the hard way. One story at a time. You’re a great model for the rest of us.
Fatima Naeem Khan wrote:
Congrats dear, i am so happy for u :)))
Ahmad Belal wrote:
James Phifer wrote:
Congratulations on a great achievement
Faisal Adams wrote:
Congratulations my dear brother may Allah(swt) continue to bless u and bless us all Amien Thumma Amien
MaryAnn Thomas wrote:
Way to go Andy !
Loubna Haikal wrote:
congratulations Andy. It just shows, you can detain people forever, but not the truth.
Michael S. Kearns wrote:
WOW! Thanks, everyone, for such supportive words. This is my first chance to get onto the Internet for around 10 hours, and I’m blown away!
I’m in the beautiful city of Krakow with Moazzam Begg and my friend Anna Minkiewicz who has organized the tour of “Outside the Law: Stories from Guantanamo” that begins tomorrow in Warsaw, and was out of touch until now getting from London to Stansted, coping with Ryanair, and then going for dinner in a lovely little restaurant with Moazzam and Anna and discussing Afghanistan, Africa, Guantanamo … It will be a fascinating trip, and I hope to be able to report along the way!
Roland Jesperson wrote:
Yes Andy, I think that constitutes a very high honour … wow! ConGratuLations, sir! (At this rate, we’ll all be addressing you as ‘Sir Andy,’ like ‘Sir Paul.’ Lord knows, no pun intended, you deserve it as much as anyone … very sincere congratulations to you Andy.)
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