Wide Angle

From Jihad to Rehab

Go inside a rehabilitation center in Saudi Arabia, where art therapy and religious re-education are being used to reform militant jihadists, like Ahmed al-Shaya, who went to Iraq on a suicide mission in 2004. Meet Juma Al-Dossary who has returned to Saudi Arabia after spending six years in Guantanamo, and hear from Dr. Awad Alymai, the detainees' art therapist, about his patients' transformation.
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  • Time for School 3 (Part 1)
  • Eyes of the Storm
  • Victory Is Your Duty
  • Contestant No. 2
  • The Market Maker
  • Birth of a Surgeon
  • Crossing Heaven's Border
  • Raise the Last Glass
  • Field Trip to the DMZ
  • Vote for Benazir's Blood
  • You Cannot Hide from Allah
  • Underground Zimbabwe: Life Lines
  • From Jihad to Rehab
  • Iraqi Exodus
  • China Prep
  • Lord's Children
  • Japan's About Face
  • Heart of Darfur
  • Dishing Democracy
  • The Sand Castle
  • Pilgrimage to Karbala


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