Stranded In Paradise Analysis

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A New Kind of Paradise Is it hard for someone to live on sandy beaches and palm trees all around after spending eight years inside a prison? Probably not for most, but in Mary Kay Magistad article “Stranded in Paradise” trying to understand why is it for six Uighurs to come in a new environment with so little to do. In the reading, “Stranded in Paradise” Mary Kay Magistad showed her empathy for the Six Uighurs by explaining the struggles of a new life. Recent threats accrued as the six Uighurs were released from Guantanamo Prison. Their Muslim decent and criminal past were judged. The six Uighurs were on their way to becoming United States Citizens. Their past was going to make it more difficult for them to become citizens. Elizabeth

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