Definitions for Gitmo
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Guantanamo Bay, the US naval base and detention center in the place of that name in Cuba.
Origin: The abbreviation GTMO pronounced as if it were a word rather than letter by letter.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
It's time to close Gitmo.
The issue is why do we need Gitmo? One reason is we should have a place that's secure to interrogate terrorists that we capture, they have not had a intelligence-gathering policy that will allow us to fully interrogate terrorists who are captured.
We made accommodations to the detainees at Gitmo -- I've been to Gitmo, and I've seen the accommodations that we made to the Muslim detainees who killed Americans, you're telling me that you cannot make an accommodation for an elected Democrat county clerk from Rowan County, Kentucky?
The president of the United States has concluded that the War on Terror has reached a point that we can safely release people from Gitmo, the best I can say about him is he's unfocused. That's delusional thinking. The War on Terror has reached a lethal phase, and it is insane to be letting these people out of Gitmo to go back to the fight.
Closing Guantanamo Bay will have no impact on terrorist recruitment and radicalization, there is not a single case that I am aware of where a moderate, peace-loving Muslim became angry over the Gitmo issue and suddenly decided to wage violent jihad, behead innocent people, implement theocracy and commit human rights abuses like executing gays and abusing women.
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