Guantanamo Bay detention camp/Catalogs/Prisoners

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Processing

CSRT Round 1

This file, dated July 17 2007, indexes into nine pdf files that contain the Summary of Evidence memos prepared for the initial 558 CSR Tribunals held from August 2004 to January 2005, and the 14 CSR Tribunals held in the winter of 2007. All were released on September 4, 2007

  • Captives 2-78: [1]
  • Captives 79-190: [2]
  • Captives 191-264: [3]
  • Captives 264-441: [4]
  • Captives 452-579: [5]
  • Captives 579-758: [6]
  • Captives 601-700: [7]
  • Captives 758-972:
  • Captives 701-783: [8]
  • Captives 974-10007
  • Captives 784-819: [9]
  • Captives 10011-10024

Present and former prisoners

Detained

Released as no longer enemy combatant

  • Haji Bismullah [r]: An Afghan citizen, who, while working for a pro-US Afghan provincial government, was denounced, held in Guantanamo Bay detention camp for six years, and released in January 2009 as "no longer an enemy combatant" [e]
NLEC releases[1]
isn name notes
142 Fazaldad Date of his release to Pakistan unknown.
208 Maroof Saleemovich Salehove Date of his release to Tajikistan unknown.
248 Saleh Abdall Al Oshan Repatriated to Saudi custody.repatriated to Saudi custody on July 20 2005.[2][3]
260 Ahmed Adil Sent to Albania with four other Uyghurs.
276 Akhdar Qasem Basit Sent to Albania with four other Uyghurs.
279 Mohammed Ayub Sent to Albania with four other Uyghurs.
283 Abu Bakr Qasim Sent to Albania with four other Uyghurs.
287 Sami Abdul Aziz Salim Allaithy Repatriated to Egypt, after assurances.
293 Adel Abdulhehim Sent to Albania with four other Uyghurs.
298 Salih Uyar Released to Turkey in April 2005.[4]
357 Abdul Rahman Released to Afghanistan in April 2005.[4][5] Reported abuse in custody.
457 Mohammad Gul Date of return to Afghanistan unknown.
459 Gul Zaman Released to Afghanistan in April 2005.[4][5]
491 Sadik Ahmad Turkistani Uyghur born in Saudi Arabia, repatriated to Saudi Arabia.
561 Abdul Rahim Muslimdost Released to Afghanistan in April 2005.[4][5] Wrote a book about his experiences in Guantanamo, then disappeared mysteriously.
581 Shed Abdur Rahman Date of his release to Pakistan unknown.
586 Karam Khamis Sayd Khamsan Date of his release to Pakistan unknown. Charged with attempting to assassinate The USA's ambassador to Yemen in December 2005. Acquitted on March 13 2006.[6]
589 Khalid Mahomoud Abdul Wahab Al Asmr Date of return to Jordan unknown.
631 Padsha Wazir Date of return to Afghanistan unknown.
649 Mustaq Ali Patel Returned to France.
672 Zakirjan Asam Date of return to Uzbekistan unknown.
712 Hammad Ali Amno Gadallah Date of return to Sudan unknown.
716 Allah Muhammed Saleem Released to Albania, on January 7 2007, where he has applied for asylum.[7]
718 Fethi Boucetta Released to Albania rather than his home of Algeria.
730 Ibrahim Fauzee Citizen of the Maldives. Release date unknown.
812 Qalandar Shah Date of return to Afghanistan unknown.
834 Shahwali Zair Mohammed Shaheen Naqeebyllah Date of return to Afghanistan unknown.
835 Rasool Shahwali Zair Mohammed Mohammed Date of return to Afghanistan unknown.
929 Abdul Qudus Date of return to Afghanistan unknown.
952 Shahzada Date of return to Afghanistan unknown.
953 Hammdidullah Date of return to Afghanistan unknown.
958 Mohammad Nasim Date of return to Afghanistan unknown.
986 Kako Kandahari Date of return to Afghanistan unknown.
1013 Feda Ahmed Date of return to Afghanistan unknown.
1019 Nasibullah Date of return to Afghanistan unknown.
1041 Habib Noor Date of return to Afghanistan unknown.
1117 Jalil Date of return to Afghanistan unknown.
1157 Hukumra Khan Date of return to Afghanistan unknown.

References

  1. Detainees Found to No Longer Meet the Definition of "Enemy Combatant" during Combatant Status Review Tribunals Held at Guantanamo, United States Department of Defense, November 19, 2007. Retrieved on 2008-03-01.
  2. Anant Raut, Jill M. Friedman (March 19 2007). The Saudi Repatriates Report. Retrieved on 2007-04-21.
  3. Saudi Arabia: Guantanamo Detainees Return to Legal Limbo, Reuters, May 26 2006
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 17 Afghans, Turk home from Guantanamo Bay, China Daily, April 20, 2005. Retrieved on 2008-04-18. “Pentagon spokesman Maj. Michael Shavers said the 17 Afghans and the Turkish man had been cleared of accusations they were enemy combatants during the Combatant Status Review Tribunal process that recently ended. Five others cleared in late March already had been sent home and another 15 await transfers home.”
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 Carlotta Gall. 17 Afghans Freed From Guantánamo Prison, New York Times, April 20 2005. Retrieved on 2008-04-18. “In a brief ceremony, Chief Justice Fazil Hadi Shinwari told the 17 men that they were free to return home and he tried to reconcile them to the idea their imprisonment was something sent from God. Some prisoners in Guantánamo were guilty and deserved to be imprisoned, he said, but others were innocent victims of false accusations or military mistakes, or were duped into supporting terrorism.”
  6. Security & Terrorism, United Press International, March 18 2006. Retrieved on 2006-03-19.
  7. Essam Fadl. Egypt: Human Rights Activist Identifies 2 Former Egyptian Guantanamo Detainees, Asharq Alawsat, January 6 2007. Retrieved on 2007-01-07.