Times Online- One of the youngest and most controversial prisoners in Guantánamo, Mr Jawad is now finally a free man after being flown back to Kabul on Monday and reunited with his family and friends.
But after seven years in custody - six of them in Guantánamo - he faces a long struggle to pick up the pieces of his lost childhood and teenage years, and to build a future for himself in a country still at war.
"This is one of the happiest moments in my life - to be back in Afghanistan after all this time," he told The Times.
"I hadn't done anything - they took me for nothing. All I could do was hope that one day I'd be free and back home in Afghanistan with my mother." Read more.