This is a story from the Boston Globe about some Afghans recently released from detention in Guantanamo. Although there are minor criticisms ("they took our Koran away, threw them in a pile, and a guard sat on them") most say they were very well treated. Example:
"The conditions were even better than our homes. We were given three meals a day -- eggs in the morning and meat twice a day; facilities to wash, and if we didnt wash, theyd wash us; and there was even entertainment with video games, said Sirajuddin, 24, a taxi driver from Kandahar, the birthplace of the Taliban."