Former Army chaplain says speaking up was his duty

     

The Press-Enterprise — James Yee came to Cal State San Bernardino to talk about The Press-EnterpriseIslamophobia but focused much of his discussion on the military, Guanatamo Bay and his incarceration on suspicion of espionage and treason.

Yee, one of the Army’s first Muslim chaplains, was stationed at Guantanamo Bay shortly after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. He didn’t like what he was hearing and seeing.

The article was published Feb. 7, 2013.

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