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Censored letters from Al Wathba Central Prison, Abu Dhabi

(The spreading awareness towards prison reform in Abu Dhabi taken into account by authority in the year of 1997. View Letters received by the petitioner from Al Wathba Prison, later his release. The censor’s seal is visible in each and every page. As to maintain security the prison administrators take steps by various means as such censoring the correspondence of prisoners)


 

1) Letter from: Mr. George Titus Valliazham (Block-6, P.O. BOX -253, Abu Dhabi – Letter Dated: June 27, 1997)
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My dear Jabir,
Thank you so much for your beautifully worded and detailed letter of June 1st. I thoroughly enjoyed reading the contents of your letter and am pleased to note that you have travelled much and continue to travel in search of new business opportunities and experiences.

I am very happy to know that you are pursuing with determination on the things we had discussed here and I commend your persistence to get justice done. I have every confidence that you will expose these people and win your point. Of course the road to that end can be really frustrating and the hurdles on the way may occasionally look insurmountable. But I say keep on, fight hard with unflinching faith in your mission and success will be yours. My best wishes and prayers are always with you.

I am keen to know about the personalities you had met in this connection and the lawyers you had consulted at different places and the opinions, advices given by them....

....When block 10 was being airconditioned, Mohd Abdul Aleem and others were transferred to block 4 and block – 3 and Aleem happened to be with me. Presently he is in Block-3. He is yet to be sentenced. But we are hoping for an innocent verdict soon. He had written to you a fortnight back prior to the arrival of your letter.

Horace was given 5 years amd je os om n;pcl-1. Nooruddin is also in block 3. Manuel is in block-2.

Block 10 is the only one airconditioned so far. Block-9 is presently underway with AC, hopefully operational in another months time.

From June first, there is good improvement in food. Every 4th day, 1 green cucumber, with lunch there is some saloona, rice is now devoid of that gruesome mix of oil. It is mostly white rice mixed with vermicelli. In the Salooxa you do have salt and some spices too ....

Please do accept my sincerest appreciation for all what you are doing.
With love, best wishes and prayers,
Sd/-.
Letter from: Mr. George Titus Valliazham (Read Full Text)

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2) Letter from: Mr. Abdulla Khoori (Block 3, P.O. BOX – 253, Abu Dhabi – Letter Dated: 14-6-1997)
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My dear friend Jabeer
As Salam alaykum
I hope you will find my letter in good health and cheerfull mood.

I hope you remember me. We spend some memorable time in Al Wathba Prisons. Our Block-10 has change to Central A.C. You will not believe the changes which management has done it. Our food has improved, with lunch we get the salad. We get the News paper in the Block. I don’t know you remember us or not but we remember you a lot every time. All my friends are still with me. Like Mr. Horace has been sentence for 5 years. Mr. Mohammed Hassan case has not been decided. Mr. Nooruddiny case is on. Mr. Abdul Aleem from Bangalore. His case is not yet decided...

The other day we where talking out you, when we take bath. Mr. Jabeer spend some good or bad time with us. Some time he enjoy with our songs. Some time he sit alone with books. He has experience the life and know he is enjoying the freedom. We pray to God, what ever you have lost in one year in the business. God will return you more than that. We all love you, because I have not seen a person like you in the jail or outside. I love to know more about you. What are you doing these days? Did you start any business? Are you planning to go to another country? How is your family? ...

Rest is fine we all wish you Best of luck & tons and ton’s of regards to you
Your brother.
Sd/-.
Letter from: Mr. Abdulla Khoori (Read Full Text)

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