One of the legacies of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq is the detention of terror suspects at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Mohammed Jawad, an Afghan man, was one of the youngest people ever held at the prison.
Jawad was accused of throwing a grenade at troops.
Now about 21 years old, Jawad was released and returned to Afghanistan on Monday after spending almost seven years at Guantanamo.
Was detention at Guantanamo the right treatment for Mohammed Jawad, or not? How should the United States deal with terror suspects arrested while they are still children? Tell us what you think in the comments section below.