That's your 'feed', not a trackback.
Mr Begg is open in his admiration for the fighters but explains that, after wrestling with the temptation to join them, he decided instead to return to Birmingham.
Secondly we only have his word, the word of a proven liar, a jihadist, a terrorist that he was tortured.
Mr Begg has attracted huge audiences to readings of his work at bookshops across the country.
The book is an admission of guilt.
Sarah, first off check out Begg's wikipedia page.
After spending time in Lahore, Mr Begg then travelled with some of those he met at the Jamaat-e-Islami centre to a Mujahidin training camp in Afghanistan.
What are the folks in charge of Gitmo thinking? He was disappointed not to be able to make it to the war-torn republic, but a few years later he moved, with his family, to an even more exotic location.