Guantánamo: The Definitive Prisoner List (Part 5)

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First published in March 2009, this list — now updated from four parts to six, for reasons of space (see Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4 and Part 6) — was updated for the fifth time on March 7, 2014, five years after its first publication. It was first updated on January 1, 2010, and again on July 12, 2010, and was updated for the third time at the start of June 2011, to mark the fourth anniversary of my career as a full-time journalist and blogger. That update also included previously unseen photos from “The Guantánamo Files” released by WikiLeaks, on which I worked as a media partner. It was updated for the fourth time on the first anniversary of WikiLeaks’ release of “The Guantánamo Files,” and this fifth update contains more photos from the files released by WikiLeaks, as well as important information about the status of the 155 prisoners still held.

Please note that Part 1 covers ISN numbers (prisoner numbers) 1-133, Part 2 covers 134-268, Part 3 covers 269-496, Part 4 covers 497-661 and Part 6 covers 929-10029.

This information comes from (a) a list of 56 cleared prisoners released by the Justice Department in September 2012, based on the recommendations of the Inter-agency Guantánamo Review Task Force that President Obama established when he took office in 2009, and (b) a complete list of the task force’s recommendations, released by the DoJ in June 2013, which also identifies the 46 men recommended for indefinite detention without charge or trial, and the 33 recommended for trials. There are also 30 additional Yemenis listed who were recommended for “conditional detention,” to be freed when it was decided that the security situation in Yemen had improved.

I have also included some additional information about the 71 men who were put forward for Periodic Review Boards in April 2013 — the 46 men recommended for indefinite detention without charge or trial, and 25 of the 33 recommended for trials — after the list was secured through FOIA legislation by Jason Leopold in February 2014. For a list of the prisoners still held, and their status, see my prisoner list on the website of the “Close Guantánamo” campaign, which I co-founded with the US attorney Tom Wilner in January 2012.

This definitive prisoner list is part of an ongoing project (now in its ninth year) to record the stories of all the prisoners held at the US prison in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. The first fruit of this research was my book The Guantánamo Files: The Stories of the 774 Detainees in America’s Illegal Prison, published by Pluto Press, distributed by Macmillan in the US, and available from Amazon (US and UK), in which I related the story of Guantánamo, established a chronology explaining where and when the prisoners were seized, told the stories of around 450 of these prisoners, and provided a context for the circumstances in which the remainder of the prisoners were captured.

Between November 2007 and February 2009, I also published 12 online chapters telling the stories of over 250 prisoners that I was unable to include in the book (either because they were not available at the time of writing, or to keep the book at a manageable length), and since May 2007 I have written over a thousand articles about Guantánamo, for a variety of publications, expanding on and updating the stories of all 779 prisoners. In particular, I have covered the stories of the 224 prisoners released from Guantánamo since June 2007 in unprecedented depth. I have also covered the stories of the 29 prisoners charged in Guantánamo’s Military Commission trial system in more detail than is available from most, if not all other sources.

I have also endeavored to do the same with the Guantánamo prisoners’ habeas corpus petitions, covering the 63 cases decided to date in the District Court in Washington D.C. as thoroughly as possible (see Guantánamo Habeas Results: The Definitive List). 38 of these were originally won by the prisoners, although the D.C. Circuit Court then fought back, changing the rules, gutting habeas corpus of all meaning for the Guantánamo prisoners, with the result that nine of those victories have been reversed or vacated, and the last 11 petitions (since July 2010) have been lost by the prisoners.

As a result of my dedicated work over the last eight years, this is the most comprehensive list ever published of the 779 prisoners who have been held at Guantánamo, providing details of the 614 prisoners who have been released (and the dates of their release), the nine men who have died, the one man transferred to the US mainland for a trial, and the 155 prisoners who are still held (including the prisoners cleared for release but not freed under President Bush, and those cleared for release by President Obama’s Guantánamo Review Task Force), as well as those designated for prosecution or ongoing imprisonment without charge or trial.

The list provides links to my articles or online chapters telling the stories of over 400 prisoners, and also provides references for the chapters in The Guantánamo Files where their stories can be found, and, since the release of the WikiLeaks files, it also includes links to the 422 stories I have told to date, in the first 33 articles of a projected 70-part, million-word series, “The Complete Guantánamo Files.” To date, I have told the stories of the majority of the 89 prisoners whose stories were unknown until the WikiLeaks files were released, and have told the stories of all the prisoners released from 2002 to 2006, and some of those released in 2007. I am awaiting further funding before attempting to compete the project, which will, I hope, eventually be housed on its own dedicated website. For my introduction to the WikiLeaks documents, assessing their significance, see WikiLeaks Reveals Secret Guantánamo Files, Exposes Detention Policy as a Construct of Lies.

It is my hope, as it has been since I established this prisoner list five years ago, that this project will provide an invaluable research tool for those seeking to understand how it came to pass that the government of the United States turned its back on domestic and international law, establishing torture as official US policy, and holding men without charge or trial neither as prisoners of war, protected by the Geneva Conventions, nor as criminal suspects to be put forward for trial in a federal court, but as “illegal enemy combatants.”

I also hope that it provides a compelling explanation of how that same government, under the leadership of George W. Bush, Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld, established a prison in which the overwhelming majority of those held — at least 93 percent of the 779 men and boys imprisoned in total — were either completely innocent people, seized as a result of dubious intelligence or sold for bounty payments, or Taliban foot soldiers, recruited to fight an inter-Muslim civil war that began long before the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, and that had nothing to do with al-Qaeda, Osama bin Laden or international terrorism.

And finally, as it is remains apparent that President Obama has failed to close Guantánamo as he promised, and that the men still held have been failed by all three branches of the US government, I hope that it also provides useful information for those still seeking to close Guantánamo, and to bring to an end this bleak chapter in American history. Since my last update in April 2012, just 13 prisoners have been freed, even though 77 of the remaining 155 prisoners have been cleared for release (all but one since the task force published its report in January 2010). Cynically, Congress tied the president’s hands, and the president, although possessing the power to override Congress, chose not to do so for reasons of political expediency. In addition, the Supreme Court also washed its hands of responsibility for the prisoners, leaving it up to the men themselves to force the world to pay attention to their plight and their despair by embarking on a major hunger strike in 2013, which led President Obama to promise to resume releasing prisoners, and releasing 11 men between August and December 2013, compared to just five men in the previous three years.

With Congress now having been persuaded to ease its restrictions on the release of prisoners, President Obama needs to push ahead with the release of the 77 men cleared for release — overcoming fears of instability in Yemen, the home of the majority of the cleared prisoners — and he also needs to speed up the review process for 71 other prisoners, and proceed to trials for the only other men — just eight in total — who have been charged and will face trials.

It is time to bring the terrible story of Guantánamo to an end.

Andy Worthington, London, March 7, 2014

How to use the list

In the categories below, ISN refers to the Internment Serial Number by which the prisoners are (or were) known and identified in Guantánamo, followed by the prisoners’ status (released, cleared for release, still held, or, in nine cases, deceased), their names (with just some of the many different permutations noted, in some cases), their nationality, and links to articles I have written about them, or which include references to them, or references to chapters in The Guantánamo Files. Links on the release dates feed into articles published when the prisoners were released.

Of the prisoners cleared for release, some, as indicated, were cleared by military review boards under the Bush administration, others were cleared by judges in US courts, who granted their habeas corpus petitions, and 76 in total were cleared for release by the Obama administration’s interagency Guantánamo Review Task Force, which reviewed their cases in 2009. As noted above, through the release of documents in the last two years, we now know exactly who was recommended for release, for prosecution or for ongoing imprisonment without charge or trial, and who, of those latter two categories, was subsequently recommended for Periodic Review Boards, to ascertain whether they should continue to be held.

The 779 prisoners held at Guantánamo (Part 5)

ISN – Status – Name – Nationality – References

Mostly captured in Afghanistan (Nov 01-May 02)

662 RELEASED NOV 07 Sulayman, Ahmed (Jordan) Chapter 12

663 RELEASED JUL 03 El Weleli, Reda Fadel (Egypt) Torture and Terrorism: In the Middle East It’s 2011, In America It’s Still 2001, WikiLeaks and the 14 Missing Guantánamo FilesWikiLeaks and the Guantánamo Prisoners Released from 2002 to 2004 (Part Eight of Ten)

664 RELEASED MAY 06 Al Uwaydah, Rashid (Saudi Arabia) Website Extras 9The Complete Guantánamo Files: WikiLeaks and the Prisoners Released in 2006 (Part Eight of Ten)

665 RELEASED MAR 04 Eideov, Sadee (Tajikistan) No information

666 RELEASED NOV 03 Hezbullah (Afghanistan) WikiLeaks and the 22 Children of GuantánamoWikiLeaks: The Unknown Prisoners of Guantánamo (Part Five of Five)

667 RELEASED JUL 03 Sarwar, Kari Mohammed (Afghanistan) WikiLeaks: The Unknown Prisoners of Guantánamo (Part Five of Five)

668 RELEASED MAR 04 Andarr, Abdul Al Hameed (Afghanistan) WikiLeaks: The Unknown Prisoners of Guantánamo (Part Five of Five)

669 RELEASED JUN 09 Zuhair, Ahmed Zaid Salim (Saudi Arabia) Chapter 20, also see Guantánamo’s Long-Term Hunger Striker Should Be Sent HomeSecrecy Still Shrouds Guantánamo’s Five-Year Hunger StrikerAhmed Zuhair, Long-Term Former Hunger Striker at Guantánamo, Speaks

670 RELEASED NOV 07 Hekmat, Abdullah (Afghanistan) Website Extras 11

671 RELEASED MAR 03 Abassin, Said (Afghanistan) Chapter 14, also see WikiLeaks and the Guantánamo Prisoners Released from 2002 to 2004 (Part Eight of Ten)

672 RELEASED NOV 06 (in Albania) Asam, Zakirjan (Russia) Chapter 14, also see The Complete Guantánamo Files: WikiLeaks and the Prisoners Released in 2006 (Part Eight of Ten)

673 RELEASED MAR 03 Khan, Alif (Afghanistan) Chapter 14, also see WikiLeaks and the Guantánamo Prisoners Released from 2002 to 2004 (Part Eight of Ten)

674 RELEASED FEB 04 Ishmuradov, Timur (Russia) Chapters 14, 18, also see WikiLeaks and the Guantánamo Prisoners Released from 2002 to 2004 (Part Eight of Ten)

675 RELEASED JULY 2010 (in Latvia), CLEARED (under Bush) Kasimbekov, Kamalludin (Uzbekistan) Website Extras 11

676 RELEASED AUG 05 Anwarkurd, Mohammed (Iran) Website Extras 11WikiLeaks and the Guantánamo Prisoners Released After the Tribunals, 2004 to 2005 (Part Four of Five)

677 RELEASED NOV 03 Wazir, Mohammed (Afghanistan) Chapter 14, also see WikiLeaks and the Guantánamo Prisoners Released from 2002 to 2004 (Part Eight of Ten)

678 RELEASED JUN 07 Mahdi, Fawaz (Yemen) Chapter 14

Captured in house raids in Pakistan or randomly seized (Mar-Jul 02)

679 RELEASED DEC 09 Tahir, Mohammed (Tahar, Taher) (Yemen) Chapter 13, also see Guantánamo: A Prison Built On Lies, Judge Orders Release from Guantánamo of Russian Caught in Abu Zubaydah’s Web, Why is a Yemeni Student in Guantánamo, Cleared on Three Occasions, Still Imprisoned?

680 CLEARED (under Obama) Hassan, Emad (Yemen) Chapter 13, also see Guantánamo: A Prison Built On LiesWho Are the Remaining Prisoners in Guantánamo? Part Six: Captured in Pakistan (2 of 3)The Guantánamo Experiment: A Harrowing Letter by Yemeni Prisoner Emad Hassan

681 RELEASED JULY 2010, WON HABEAS PETITION (May 2010), CLEARED (under Bush) Hassen, Mohammed (Mohammed Hassan Odaini) (Yemen) Chapter 13, mentioned in Lost in Guantánamo: The Faisalabad 16, also see Guantánamo: A Prison Built On Lies, Why Obama Must Continue Releasing Yemenis From Guantánamo, Why is a Yemeni Student in Guantánamo, Cleared on Three Occasions, Still Imprisoned?, Obama Thinks About Releasing Innocent Yemenis from Guantánamo, Obama’s Moral Bankruptcy Regarding TortureMocking the Law, Judges Rule that Evidence Is Not Necessary to Hold Insignificant Guantánamo Prisoners for the Rest of Their LivesVideo: Al-Jazeera’s Powerful and Important Documentary, “Life After Guantánamo”

682 Al Sharbi, Ghassan (Saudi Arabia) Chapters 13, 19, MILITARY COMMISSION (charges dropped, reinstated), also see Doing The Right Thing, Lost in Guantánamo: The Faisalabad 16Who Are the Remaining Prisoners in Guantánamo? Part Six: Captured in Pakistan (2 of 3)Tyler Cabot’s Important Profile of Guantánamo Prisoner Noor Uthman Muhammed for Esquire

683 RELEASED DEC 09 Ahmed, Fayad Yahya (al-Rami) (Yemen) Chapter 13, also see Guantánamo: A Prison Built On Lies, Judge Orders Release from Guantánamo of Russian Caught in Abu Zubaydah’s Web, Why is a Yemeni Student in Guantánamo, Cleared on Three Occasions, Still Imprisoned?

684 CLEARED (under Obama), CLEARED (under Bush) Tahamuttan, Mohammed (Taha Mattan) (Palestine) Website Extras 10, mentioned in Who Are the Two Guantánamo Prisoners Freed in Germany?, also see Who Are the Remaining Prisoners in Guantánamo? Part Six: Captured in Pakistan (2 of 3)Abandoned in Guantánamo: Mohammed Taha Mattan, an Innocent Palestinian

685 LOST HABEAS PETITION (Jan 2011) Ali, Abdelrazak (Abdullah Azak) (Algeria) Website Extras 10Who Are the Remaining Prisoners in Guantánamo? Part Six: Captured in Pakistan (2 of 3), Algerian in Guantánamo Loses Habeas Petition for Being in a Guest House with Abu ZubaydahUpdated: My Definitive List of the Guantánamo Habeas Corpus Results

686 CLEARED (under Obama) Hakim, Abdel (Yemen) Chapter 13, also see Who Are the Remaining Prisoners in Guantánamo? Part Six: Captured in Pakistan (2 of 3)

687 RELEASED JUN 09 Al Noofayaee, Abdul Aziz (Saudi Arabia) Chapter 13, also see Guantánamo: A Prison Built On Lies, Judge Orders Release from Guantánamo of Russian Caught in Abu Zubaydah’s Web, Why is a Yemeni Student in Guantánamo, Cleared on Three Occasions, Still Imprisoned?

688 Ahmed, Fahmi (Yemen) Chapter 13, mentioned in Lost in Guantánamo: The Faisalabad 16, also see Guantánamo: A Prison Built On LiesWho Are the Remaining Prisoners in Guantánamo? Part Six: Captured in Pakistan (2 of 3)

689 CLEARED (under Obama) Salam, Mohamed (Yemen) Chapter 13, also see Guantánamo: A Prison Built On LiesWho Are the Remaining Prisoners in Guantánamo? Part Six: Captured in Pakistan (2 of 3)

690 LOST HABEAS PETITION (October 2011), CLEARED (under Obama) Qader, Ahmed Abdul (Abdul al-Qader Ahmed Hussain, Abdul Qader Ahmed Hussein) (Yemen) Chapter 13, mentioned in Lost in Guantánamo: The Faisalabad 16, also see Who Are the Remaining Prisoners in Guantánamo? Part Six: Captured in Pakistan (2 of 3)As Judges Kill Off Habeas Corpus for the Guantánamo Prisoners, Will the Supreme Court Act?Judge Calls for An End to Unjust Provisions Governing Guantánamo Prisoners’ Habeas Corpus Petitions, Updated: My Definitive List of the Guantánamo Habeas Corpus Results

691 CLEARED (under Obama) Al Zarnuki, Mohammed (Yemen) Chapter 13, also see Who Are the Remaining Prisoners in Guantánamo? Part Six: Captured in Pakistan (2 of 3)

692 RELEASED SEP 09, WON HABEAS PETITION (May 09) Ahmed, Alla Ali Bin Ali (Yemen) Chapter 13, also see Judge Condemns “Mosaic” Of Guantánamo Intelligence, And Unreliable Witnesses, Guantánamo: A Prison Built On Lies, Guantánamo As Hotel California: You Can Check Out Any Time You Like, But You Can Never Leave, Guantánamo And The Courts (Part Three): Obama’s Continuing Shame, 75 Guantánamo Prisoners Cleared For Release; 31 Could Leave Today, Why Obama Must Continue Releasing Yemenis From Guantánamo, Judge Orders Release from Guantánamo of Russian Caught in Abu Zubaydah’s Web, Why is a Yemeni Student in Guantánamo, Cleared on Three Occasions, Still Imprisoned?, Does Obama Really Know or Care About Who Is at Guantánamo?Abandoned in Guantánamo: WikiLeaks Reveals the Yemenis Cleared for Release for Up to Seven Years

693 DIED IN GUANTANAMO JUN 06 Al Salami, Ali Abdullah Ahmed (Salah Ahmed al-Salami) (Yemen) Chapters 13, 19, also see Second Anniversary of Triple Suicide at Guantánamo, Guantánamo Suicide Report: Truth or Travesty?, Lost in Guantánamo: The Faisalabad 16, Guantánamo: A Prison Built On Lies, Murders at Guantánamo: Scott Horton of Harper’s Exposes the Truth about the 2006 “Suicides”, Why is a Yemeni Student in Guantánamo, Cleared on Three Occasions, Still Imprisoned?, Omar Deghayes and Terry Holdbrooks Discuss Guantánamo (Part Three): Deaths at the Prison, Suicide or Murder at Guantánamo?, Murders at Guantánamo: The Cover-Up Continues, UN Secret Detention Report (Part One): The CIA’s “High-Value Detainee” Program and Secret PrisonsUS Court Denies Justice to Dead Men at GuantánamoOn the 5th Anniversary of the Disputed Guantánamo “Suicides,” Jeff Kaye Defends Scott Horton, Relatives of Disputed Guantánamo Suicides Speak Out As Families Appeal in US Court, The Complete Guantánamo Files: WikiLeaks and the Prisoners Released in 2006 (Part Eight of Ten)The Season of Death at Guantánamo

694 LOST HABEAS PETITION (Sep 09), LOST APPEAL (Jun 2010) Barhoumi, Sufyian (Algeria) Chapter 13, MILITARY COMMISSION (charges dropped, reinstated), mentioned in Lost in Guantánamo: The Faisalabad 16, also see Guantánamo and Habeas Corpus: Prisoners Win 3 out of 4 Cases, But Lose 5 out of 6 in Court of Appeals (Part One), In Abu Zubaydah’s Case, Court Relies on Propaganda and Lies, Who Are the Remaining Prisoners in Guantánamo? Part Six: Captured in Pakistan (2 of 3)Meet the Guantánamo Prisoner Who Wants to be Prosecuted Rather than Rot in Legal Limbo, A Few Surprises in the New Guantánamo Prisoner List

695 LOST HABEAS PETITION (Apr 2010) Abu Bakr, Omar (Omar Mohammed Khalifh) (Libya) Chapter 12, also see Judge Denies Habeas Petition of an Ill and Abused Libyan in GuantánamoWho Are the Remaining Prisoners in Guantánamo? Part Seven: Captured in Pakistan (3 of 3)

696 Al Qahtani, Jabran (Saudi Arabia) Chapter 13, MILITARY COMMISSION (charges dropped, reinstated), mentioned in Lost in Guantánamo: The Faisalabad 16, also see Who Are the Remaining Prisoners in Guantánamo? Part Six: Captured in Pakistan (2 of 3)

697-698 NO ISN (probably Omar Ghramesh and an unnamed teenager, captured with Abu Zubaydah and rendered to Syria; also see 180, 212, 241, 544, 548 and 583, above)

699 RELEASED SEP 04 Farhad, Din Mohammed (Afghanistan) Website Extras 9, mentioned in Moazzam Begg Visits Pakistan: My Return to the Scene of the CrimeWikiLeaks and the Guantánamo Prisoners Released from 2002 to 2004 (Part Nine of Ten)

700 RELEASED MAR 04 Babikir, Mohammed Al Ghazali (Sudan) Chapter 13, also see WikiLeaks and the Guantánamo Prisoners Released from 2002 to 2004 (Part Nine of Ten)

701 RELEASED FEB 06 Kiyemba, Jamal (UK-Uganda) Chapters 13, 14, also see The Complete Guantánamo Files: WikiLeaks and the Prisoners Released in 2006 (Part Eight of Ten)

702 WON HABEAS PETITION (May 2010) Mingazov, Ravil (Russia) Chapter 13, also see Guantánamo Transcripts: Ghost Prisoners Speak After Five And A Half Years, and “9/11 hijacker” Recants His Tortured Confession, Lost in Guantánamo: The Faisalabad 16, Bringing Guantánamo To New York, Judge Orders Release from Guantánamo of Russian Caught in Abu Zubaydah’s Web, Why is a Yemeni Student in Guantánamo, Cleared on Three Occasions, Still Imprisoned?In Abu Zubaydah’s Case, Court Relies on Propaganda and Lies, Who Are the Remaining Prisoners in Guantánamo? Part Six: Captured in Pakistan (2 of 3)The Black Hole of Guantánamo: The Sad Story of Ravil MingazovA Few Surprises in the New Guantánamo Prisoner List

703 RELEASED NOV 08 Ahmed, Labed (Ahmed Labed) (Algeria) Chapter 13, also see Judge Orders Release from Guantánamo of Russian Caught in Abu Zubaydah’s WebAlgerian in Guantánamo Loses Habeas Petition for Being in a Guest House with Abu Zubaydah

704 RELEASED NOV 08 Abdallah, Mohammed Hussein (Somalia) Chapter 13

705 RELEASED JUL 08 Hamlili, Mustafa (Algeria) Chapter 13, also see WikiLeaks and the 14 Missing Guantánamo Files

706 RELEASED SEP 07 Al Amin, Mohammed (Mauritania) Chapters 13, 14

707 RELEASED DEC 2013, ACCEPTED MILITARY COMMISSION PLEA DEAL (34-month sentence, Feb 2011) Muhammed, Noor Uthman (Sudan) Chapter 13, MILITARY COMMISSION (charges dropped, reinstated), mentioned in Lost in Guantánamo: The Faisalabad 16, also see MILITARY COMMISSION (under Obama), Bin Laden Cook Expected to Serve Two More Years at Guantánamo – And Some Thoughts on the Remaining Sudanese Prisoners, Who Are the Remaining Prisoners in Guantánamo? Part Six: Captured in Pakistan (2 of 3), Obama’s Collapse: The Return of the Military Commissions, Hiding Horrific Tales of Torture: Why The US Government Reached A Plea Deal with Guantánamo Prisoner Noor Uthman Muhammed, After Recent Ruling in the Case of Bin Laden’s Cook, Guantánamo Should Close by July 2012, Carol Rosenberg on the “Prison within a Prison” at Guantánamo for Four Convicted “War Criminals”Tyler Cabot’s Important Profile of Guantánamo Prisoner Noor Uthman Muhammed for EsquireUS Military Admits Only 2.5 Percent of All Prisoners Ever Held at Guantánamo Will Be Tried

708 Al Bakush, Ismael (Libya) Website Extras 10Who Are the Remaining Prisoners in Guantánamo? Part Seven: Captured in Pakistan (3 of 3)

709 RELEASED FEB 2010 (in Albania), CLEARED (under Bush) Al Qassim, Abdul Rauf (Libya) Website Extras 10, Return to torture: cleared Guantánamo detainee Abdul Rauf al-Qassim fears return to Libya

710 RELEASED DEC 07 Adem, Salim Muhood (Amir, bin Amir) (Sudan) Chapter 13, also see Sudanese ex-Guantánamo detainees demand release of fellow citizens and compensation for “mental and physical torture”More Evidence of the Use of Water Torture at Guantánamo and in Afghanistan and Iraq

711 RELEASED NOV 03 Hamid, Hassan (Jordan) Chapter 13, also see WikiLeaks and the Guantánamo Prisoners Released from 2002 to 2004 (Part Nine of Ten)

712 RELEASED JUL 05 Gadallah, Hammad (Sudan) Chapter 13, also see WikiLeaks and the Guantánamo Prisoners Released After the Tribunals, 2004 to 2005 (Part Four of Five)

713 Al Zahrani, Mohammed (Saudi Arabia) Website Extras 10Who Are the Remaining Prisoners in Guantánamo? Part Seven: Captured in Pakistan (3 of 3)

714 RELEASED MAR 04 Ahmad, Rashid (Sudan) Chapter 13, also see WikiLeaks and the Guantánamo Prisoners Released from 2002 to 2004 (Part Nine of Ten)

715 RELEASED MAR 04 Mustafa, Hussain (Jordan) Chapters 13, 14, also see WikiLeaks and the Guantánamo Prisoners Released from 2002 to 2004 (Part Nine of Ten)

716 RELEASED NOV 06 (in Albania) Salim, Ala (Egypt) Chapters 13, 19, also see The Complete Guantánamo Files: WikiLeaks and the Prisoners Released in 2006 (Part Eight of Ten)

717 RELEASED Mar 2010 (in Georgia), LOST HABEAS PETITION (Apr 09), CLEARED (under Bush) Bin Hadiddi, Abdulhadi (Hedi Hammamy) (Tunisia) Website Extras 10, Farce at Guantánamo, as cleared prisoner’s habeas petition is denied, Guantánamo And The Courts (Part Two): Obama’s ShameWho Are the Remaining Prisoners in Guantánamo? Part Seven: Captured in Pakistan (3 of 3), What Does Tunisia’s Revolution Mean for Political Prisoners, Including Guantánamo Detainees?

718 RELEASED NOV 06 (in Albania) Boucetta, Fethi (Algeria) Chapter 13, also see The Complete Guantánamo Files: WikiLeaks and the Prisoners Released in 2006 (Part Eight of Ten)

719 RELEASED OCT 08 Al Hassan, Mustafa (Sudan) Website Extras 10

720 RELEASED MAY 08 Al Amir, Amir Yacoub (Yacoub Mahmoud) (Sudan) Website Extras 10

721 RELEASED JUN 07 (imprisoned in Tunisia, but released Feb 2011) Omar, Abdullah Bin (Tunisia) Website Extras 10, “We would rather be back in Guantánamo”, Out of Guantánamo and into the fireWhat Does Tunisia’s Revolution Mean for Political Prisoners, Including Guantánamo Detainees?, Guantánamo: A Tale of Two Tunisians, Torture and Terrorism: In the Middle East It’s 2011, In America It’s Still 2001Tunisians Call for the Release of Prisoners in Guantánamo

722 CLEARED (under Obama) Diyab, Abu Wa’el (Jihad Dihab) (Syria) Website Extras 10Who Are the Remaining Prisoners in Guantánamo? Part Seven: Captured in Pakistan (3 of 3)Don’t Forget the Hunger Strike at Guantánamo, Guantánamo Stories: 19 of the 43 Men Being Force-Fed in the Prison-Wide Hunger Strike, Shaker Aamer and Other Prisoners Ask US Court to Stop the Force-Feeding and Forced Medication at Guantánamo, Justice Department Tells Court that Force-Feeding Guantánamo Hunger Strikers is “Maintaining the Status Quo”, Shaker Aamer and Other Guantánamo Prisoners Call Force-Feeding Torture, Ask Appeals Court for Help, Watch the Shocking New Animated Film About the Guantánamo Hunger Strike, Today, As Guantánamo Hunger Strikers Seek Relief in Washington Appeals Court, A US Protestor Will Be Force-Fed Outside, US Appeals Court Rules that Guantánamo Prisoners Can Challenge Force-Feeding, and Their Conditions of Detention

723-725 NO ISN

726 RELEASED MAR 04 Al Henali, Menhal (Syria) Chapter 13, also see WikiLeaks and the Guantánamo Prisoners Released from 2002 to 2004 (Part Nine of Ten)

727 RELEASED DEC 07 Deghayes, Omar (UK-Libya) Chapters 13, 14, 15, also see The testimony of Guantánamo detainee Omar Deghayes, Deals with dictators undermined by British request for return of five British detainees, British Residents in Guantánamo: the backlash begins, Guantánamo Britons To Be Released: A Mixed Result, The Guantánamo Britons and Spain’s dubious extradition request, Spanish drop “inhuman” extradition request for Guantánamo Britons, WORLD EXCLUSIVE: New Revelations About The Torture Of Ibn al-Shaykh al-Libi, When Torture Kills: Ten Murders In US Prisons In Afghanistan, Former prisoners launch the Guantánamo Justice Centre in London, NEW FILM: Outside the Law: Stories from Guantánamo, Photos from the launch of “Outside the Law: Stories from Guantánamo”, UK Judge Approves Use of Secret Evidence in Guantánamo Case, Video: Andy Worthington Discusses Guantánamo, Plus Clips From “Outside the Law: Stories from Guantánamo”, Video: Q&A with Moazzam Begg, Omar Deghayes, Andy Worthington and Polly Nash at the Launch of “Outside the Law: Stories from Guantánamo”, The Guardian interviews Omar Deghayes: “The spirit is what makes us who we are”, White House Repeats Pentagon Lies About Guantánamo “Recidivists”, “Outside the Law: Stories from Guantánamo”: Report on screenings in Bradford and Norwich, “Outside the Law: Stories from Guantánamo”: 500 turn up for Kent screening, plus report on SOAS and UCL events, Video: Omar Deghayes Discusses British Complicity in Torture in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Guantánamo, A warm Scottish welcome for “Outside the Law: Stories from Guantánamo”, An interview with Omar Deghayes, following Kent screening of “Outside the Law: Stories from Guantánamo”, Video: Q&A session at Glasgow screening of “Outside the Law: Stories from Guantánamo” with Omar Deghayes, Andy Worthington and Aamer Anwar, UK Appeals Court Rules Out Government’s Use of Secret Evidence in Guantánamo Damages Claim, House Kills Plan to Close Guantánamo, Omar Deghayes and Terry Holdbrooks Discuss Guantánamo (Part One): Omar’s Story, Omar Deghayes and Terry Holdbrooks Discuss Guantánamo (Part Two): Terry’s Story, Omar Deghayes and Terry Holdbrooks Discuss Guantánamo (Part Three): Deaths at the Prison, UN Secret Detention Report (Part Three): Proxy Detention, Other Countries’ Complicity, and Obama’s RecordA Cautious Welcome for British Torture Inquiry, UK Sought Rendition of British Nationals to Guantánamo; Tony Blair Directly Involved, Omar Deghayes Complains About “Highly Selective” Disclosure of UK Documents Relating to his Interrogations in Bagram and Guantánamo, As the UK Government Announces Compensation for Ex-Guantánamo Prisoners, Is the Return of Shaker Aamer Part of the Deal?, The UK Government’s Guantánamo Guilt, and the Urgent Need for Shaker Aamer’s Return, A Statement from Former Prisoner Omar Deghayes on the 9th Anniversary of the Opening of Guantánamo, “High-Value Detainee” Abu Zubaydah Blinded By the Bush AdministrationA Good Day for Justice: British Supreme Court Bans Use of Secret Evidence by Intelligence Services, New Revelations About The Use of Water Torture at Guantánamo, An End to Gaddafi’s Tyranny: The Liberation of the Hated Abu Salim Prison, On Guantánamo’s 10th Anniversary, British Ex-Prisoners Talk About Their Lives, and Call for the Release of Shaker Aamer, To Mark 10 Years of Guantánamo, Stern Magazine Profiles Five Former PrisonersSix Years in Hell: Former Prisoner Omar Deghayes Recalls Bagram and Guantánamo, “Outside the Law: Stories from Guantánamo”: Amnesty Screening in Lewes with Andy Worthington, Omar Deghayes, Caroline Lucas and Norman Baker, October 21, 2012, A Message from Omar Deghayes on the 11th Anniversary of the Opening of Guantánamo, Omar Deghayes and Andy Worthington Discuss Guantánamo at Sussex University, January 29, 2013, Guantánamo and Shaker Aamer: Andy Worthington and Omar Deghayes in Conversation on Radio Free Brighton, Andy Worthington and Omar Deghayes Discuss Aafia Siddiqui in East London, Saturday February 23, 2013, 25 Former Prisoners Urge President Obama to Close Guantánamo, Judge Recognizes Force-Feeding as Torture, But Tells Guantánamo Prisoner Only President Obama Can Deal with the Hunger Strike, Guantánamo Hunger Striker Abu Wa’el Dhiab: “The Mistreatment Now is More Severe than During Bush”

728 Nassir, Jamil (Yemen) Chapter 13, mentioned in Lost in Guantánamo: The Faisalabad 16, also see Judge Orders Release from Guantánamo of Russian Caught in Abu Zubaydah’s WebWho Are the Remaining Prisoners in Guantánamo? Part Six: Captured in Pakistan (2 of 3), mentioned in “It’s Going to End in Men Dying”: Carlos Warner, Guantánamo Attorney, Discusses the Hunger Strike

729 RELEASED MAR 04 Umarov, Muhibullo (Tajikistan) Chapter 13, also see WikiLeaks and the 14 Missing Guantánamo FilesWikiLeaks and the Guantánamo Prisoners Released from 2002 to 2004 (Part Nine of Ten)

730 RELEASED MAR 05 Fauzee, Ibrahim (Maldives) Chapter 13 (footnote), also see WikiLeaks and the Guantánamo Prisoners Released After the Tribunals, 2004 to 2005 (Part Four of Five)

731 RELEASED MAR 04 Mazharuddin (Tajikistan) Chapter 13, also see WikiLeaks and the 14 Missing Guantánamo FilesWikiLeaks and the Guantánamo Prisoners Released from 2002 to 2004 (Part Nine of Ten)

732 RELEASED MAR 04 Shirinov, Abdughaffor (Tajikistan) Chapter 13, also see WikiLeaks and the 14 Missing Guantánamo FilesWikiLeaks and the Guantánamo Prisoners Released from 2002 to 2004 (Part Nine of Ten)

Various (some extraordinary renditions)

(Note: from here, ISN numbers become erratic, as prisoners were released in greater numbers from Bagram without being transferred to Guantánamo)

743 RELEASED AUG 08 Madni, Mohammed Saad Iqbal (Pakistan) Chapters 16, 19, also see Revealed: Identity Of Guantánamo Torture Victim Rendered Through Diego Garcia, US Torture Under Scrutiny In British Courts, UN Secret Detention Report (Part Three): Proxy Detention, Other Countries’ Complicity, and Obama’s RecordVideo: Ex-Guantánamo Prisoner and Victim of US Rendition and Torture Speaks, Torture and Terrorism: In the Middle East It’s 2011, In America It’s Still 2001

744 RELEASED JULY 2010, CLEARED (under Bush) Naji, Aziz Abdul (Algeria) Chapter 13, also see Guantánamo Algerian Returns Home; Will Obama Suspend Further Transfers?, Abdul Aziz Naji, Released from Guantánamo Last Week, Speaks to Algerian Media, The Dark Desires of Bruce Jessen, the Architect of Bush’s Torture Program, As Revealed by His Former Friend and ColleagueWhy Algeria Is Not A Safe Country for the Repatriation of Guantánamo Prisoners, An Update on the Plight of Former Guantánamo Prisoner Abdul Aziz Naji, Sentenced to Three Years in Prison in AlgeriaAlgeria’s Ongoing Persecution of Former Guantánamo Prisoner Abdul Aziz Naji

753 Zahir, Abdul (Afghanistan) Chapter 14, also see Who Are the Remaining Prisoners in Guantánamo? Part Eight: Captured in Afghanistan (2002-07)US in Talks to Return the 17 Afghan Prisoners in Guantánamo, Close Guantánamo, Free the Afghans

757 CLEARED (under Obama) Abdul Aziz, Ahmed Ould (Mauritania) Website Extras 10Who Are the Remaining Prisoners in Guantánamo? Part Seven: Captured in Pakistan (3 of 3)Ahmed Ould Abdel Aziz: The Mauritanian Teacher Still Awaiting Release from Guantánamo

758 RELEASED JAN 09 Al Naely, Abbas (Iraq) Chapters 13, 20

760 WON HABEAS PETITION (Mar 2010), VACATED ON APPEAL (Nov 2010) Slahi, Mohamedou Ould (Salahi) (Mauritania) Chapters 16, 20, mentioned in Bush Era Ends with Guantánamo Trial Chief’s Torture Confession, also see Guantánamo and Habeas Corpus: The Torture Victim and the Taliban Recruit, Mohamedou Ould Salahi: How a Judge Demolished the US Government’s Al-Qaeda Claims, UN Secret Detention Report (Part Three): Proxy Detention, Other Countries’ Complicity, and Obama’s RecordHeads You Lose, Tails You Lose: The Betrayal of Mohamedou Ould Slahi, Court Orders Rethink on Tortured Guantánamo Prisoner’s Successful Habeas Petition, The Dark Desires of Bruce Jessen, the Architect of Bush’s Torture Program, As Revealed by His Former Friend and ColleagueNew Revelations About The Use of Water Torture at GuantánamoPenny Lane: What We Learned This Week About Double Agents at Guantánamo, A Few Surprises in the New Guantánamo Prisoner List

761 RELEASED NOV 07 Zeidan, Ibrahim (Libya) Chapters 14, 20

762 LOST HABEAS PETITION (Oct 2010) Obaidullah (Obaydullah) (Afghanistan) MILITARY COMMISSION, Website Extras 11, MILITARY COMMISSION (under Obama), Who Are the Remaining Prisoners in Guantánamo? Part Eight: Captured in Afghanistan (2002-07), Obama’s Collapse: The Return of the Military Commissions, Guantánamo and the Military Commissions: Revolution Interview with Andy Worthington, Guantánamo: Obama Turns the Clock Back to the Days of Bush’s Kangaroo Courts and Worthless TribunalsThe “Taliban Five” and the Forgotten Afghan Prisoners in GuantánamoHow US Investigators Established that Obaidullah, an Afghan Still Held in Guantánamo, Is Innocent, US in Talks to Return the 17 Afghan Prisoners in Guantánamo, Voices from the Hunger Strike in Guantánamo, Voices from Guantánamo: Obaidullah, an Afghan, Says “There is No Hope that We Will Ever Leave Here”, Close Guantánamo, Free the Afghans, A Few Surprises in the New Guantánamo Prisoner List

766 RELEASED SEP 2012, ACCEPTED MILITARY COMMISSION PLEA DEAL (8-year sentence, Oct 2010) Khadr, Omar (Canada) Chapters 14, 15, 19, also see MILITARY COMMISSION, The Trials of Omar Khadr, Guantánamo’s “child soldier”, Guantánamo Trials: Where Are The Terrorists?, Guantánamo’s Shambolic Trials, Torture allegations dog Guantánamo trials, Betrayals, backsliding and boycotts: the continuing collapse of Guantánamo’s Military Commissions, “Screwed up and abused”: Omar Khadr’s Canadian interrogations at Guantánamo, Controversy still plagues Guantánamo’s Military Commissions, Omar Khadr: The Guantánamo Files, The Collapse of Omar Khadr’s Guantánamo Trial, The Dying Days of the Guantánamo Trials, Chaos and Lies: Why Obama Was Right To Halt The Guantánamo Trials, A Broken Circus: Guantánamo Trials Convene For One Day Of Chaos, Predictable Chaos As Guantánamo Trials Resume, Military Commissions Revived: Don’t Do It, Mr. President!, MILITARY COMMISSION (under Obama), Binyam Mohamed on Omar Khadr: A Scapegoat for a Failed “War on Terror”, Prosecuting a Tortured Child: Obama’s Guantánamo Legacy, The Torture of Omar Khadr, a Child in Bagram and Guantánamo, Guantánamo and Habeas Corpus: 2 Years, 50 Cases, 36 Victories for the PrisonersDefiance in Isolation: The Last Stand of Omar Khadr, Omar Khadr Accepts US Military Lawyer for Forthcoming Trial by Military Commission, A Letter from Omar Khadr in Guantánamo, Lawlessness Haunts Omar Khadr’s Blighted War Crimes Trial at Guantánamo, No Surprise at Obama’s Guantánamo Trial Chaos, On the 9th Anniversary of 9/11, A Call to Close Guantánamo and to Hold Accountable Those Who Authorized Torture, Omar Khadr is 24 Today: He Has Lost One-Third of His Life in US Custody, No Justice for Omar Khadr at Guantánamo, The Betrayal of Omar Khadr – and of American Justice, Andy Worthington Discusses Omar Khadr’s Depressing Plea Deal on Antiwar Radio, Omar Khadr’s Statement at Guantánamo, October 28, 2010, In Omar Khadr’s Sentencing Phase, US Government Introduces Islamophobic “Expert” and Irrelevant Testimony, Torture Is Finally Mentioned on the Last Day of Omar Khadr’s Sentencing Hearing at Guantánamo, “A Child’s Soul is Sacred”: Omar Khadr’s Touching Exchange of Letters with Canadian Professor, Omar Khadr Jury Hammers the Final Nail into the Coffin of American Justice, Who Are the Remaining Prisoners in Guantánamo? Part Eight: Captured in Afghanistan (2002-07), Obama’s Collapse: The Return of the Military Commissions, Guantánamo and the Military Commissions: Revolution Interview with Andy Worthington, After Recent Ruling in the Case of Bin Laden’s Cook, Guantánamo Should Close by July 2012, Carol Rosenberg on the “Prison within a Prison” at Guantánamo for Four Convicted “War Criminals”Video: Andy Worthington Discusses the Omar Khadr Film “You Don’t Like the Truth” on Press TV, WikiLeaks and the 22 Children of Guantánamo, Video: Andy Worthington Discusses the Omar Khadr Film “You Don’t Like the Truth” on Press TV (Part Two), On Antiwar Radio, Andy Worthington Discusses the Omar Khadr Film, “You Don’t Like the Truth: 4 Days Inside Guantánamo”, No End to the Shameful Treatment of Omar Khadr, Christmas Thoughts for Omar Khadr, Still Held at Guantánamo, Omar Khadr to Return to Canada from Guantánamo by End of MayCanada’s Shameful Scapegoating of Omar Khadr, Bring Omar Khadr Home: His Lawyers Demand His Return to Canada from Guantánamo, Meet the Canadian Professor Who Has Been Teaching Omar Khadr at Guantánamo, Free Omar Khadr from Guantánamo! Please Support Senator Roméo Dallaire’s Campaign, Video: On Omar Khadr’s 26th Birthday, Supporters Call for his Return to Canada from Guantánamo, This Week at Guantánamo: More on Adnan Latif, Omar Khadr’s Birthday, A French Appeal, and the Release of Cleared Prisoners’ Names, Will Guantánamo Ever Be Closed?, Canada’s Shameful and Unending Disdain for Omar Khadr, US Military Admits Only 2.5 Percent of All Prisoners Ever Held at Guantánamo Will Be Tried, It’s Omar Khadr’s 27th Birthday: He’s Free from Guantánamo, but Still Unjustly Imprisoned in Canada, Lies and Injustice: Canada’s Ongoing Mistreatment of Omar Khadr, How Canada Has Hidden the Truth About Omar Khadr: US War Crimes, Institutional Racism and Media Failures, “He Didn’t Commit a War Crime”: Omar Khadr’s US Lawyer Challenges His Conviction at Guantánamo, Video: Omar Khadr’s US Lawyer, Sam Morison, Explains Why His Guantánamo War Crimes Conviction is a Disgrace, Omar Khadr Condemns His Guantánamo Plea Deal, As Canada Concedes He Is Not A “Maximum-Security Threat”, Progress in Canada: Former Guantánamo Prisoner Omar Khadr Moved to Medium-Security Prison, Canada’s Prison Ombudsman Still Critical of Classification of Omar Khadr, Former Guantánamo Prisoner

768 Al Darbi, Ahmed Mohammed (Saudi Arabia) MILITARY COMMISSION, Website Extras 11, The US military’s shameless propaganda over Guantánamo’s 9/11 trials, 20 Reasons To Shut Down The Guantánamo Trials, The Dying Days of the Guantánamo Trials, Torture in Bagram and Guantánamo: The Declaration of Ahmed al-Darbi, Torture And Futility: Is This The End Of The Military Commissions At Guantánamo?, MILITARY COMMISSION (under Obama), Obama’s Collapse: The Return of the Military Commissions, Guantánamo and the Military Commissions: Revolution Interview with Andy Worthington, Guantánamo: Obama Turns the Clock Back to the Days of Bush’s Kangaroo Courts and Worthless TribunalsMore Evidence of the Use of Water Torture at Guantánamo and in Afghanistan and IraqEleven Years After 9/11, Guantánamo Is A Political Prison, US Military Admits Only 2.5 Percent of All Prisoners Ever Held at Guantánamo Will Be Tried, A Few Surprises in the New Guantánamo Prisoner List

Mostly captured in Afghanistan (Jun 02-Aug 03)

782 DIED IN GUANTANAMO FEB 2011 Gul, Awal (Afghanistan) Website Extras 11Who Are the Remaining Prisoners in Guantánamo? Part Eight: Captured in Afghanistan (2002-07), In Afghanistan, 5,000 Attend Funeral of Prisoner Who Died in Guantánamo, as Afghan Peace Council Calls for Release of Former Taliban Official

783 RELEASED OCT 06 Ullah, Shams (Afghanistan) Website Extras 11, The Pentagon Can’t Count: 22 Juveniles Held at GuantánamoWikiLeaks and the 22 Children of Guantánamo, The Complete Guantánamo Files: WikiLeaks and the Prisoners Released in 2006 (Part Eight of Ten)

798 RELEASED MAY 08 Roohullah, Haji (Wakil, Haji Ruhullah) (Afghanistan) Chapter 14, also see In Afghanistan, Former Guantánamo Prisoners Reflect on Their Ruined LivesLife after Guantánamo: Stories from Afghanistan

801 RELEASED SEP 07 Melma, Sabar Lal (Afghanistan) Chapter 14, also see his alleged death mentioned in In Afghanistan, Former Guantánamo Prisoners Reflect on Their Ruined Lives

812 RELEASED APR 05 Shah, Qalandar (Afghanistan) Chapter 14, also see WikiLeaks and the Guantánamo Prisoners Released After the Tribunals, 2004 to 2005 (Part Four of Five)

817 RELEASED JAN 05 Belmar, Richard (UK) Chapters 12, 14, also see UK Judge Approves Use of Secret Evidence in Guantánamo Case, UK Appeals Court Rules Out Government’s Use of Secret Evidence in Guantánamo Damages ClaimAs the UK Government Announces Compensation for Ex-Guantánamo Prisoners, Is the Return of Shaker Aamer Part of the Deal?, The UK Government’s Guantánamo Guilt, and the Urgent Need for Shaker Aamer’s ReturnA Good Day for Justice: British Supreme Court Bans Use of Secret Evidence by Intelligence Services, WikiLeaks and the Guantánamo Prisoners Released After the Tribunals, 2004 to 2005 (Part Four of Five), mentioned in On Guantánamo’s 10th Anniversary, British Ex-Prisoners Talk About Their Lives, and Call for the Release of Shaker Aamer

818 RELEASED MAR 04 Khan, Haji Osman (Afghanistan) Chapter 14, also see WikiLeaks and the Guantánamo Prisoners Released from 2002 to 2004 (Part Nine of Ten)

820 RELEASED NOV 03 Yousef, Mohammed Haji (Afghanistan) WikiLeaks: The Unknown Prisoners of Guantánamo (Part Five of Five)

822 RELEASED MAR 04 Aslam, Noor (Afghanistan) Chapter 14, also see WikiLeaks and the Guantánamo Prisoners Released from 2002 to 2004 (Part Nine of Ten)

826 RELEASED FEB 06 Salaam, Abdul (Afghanistan) Chapter 14, also see The Complete Guantánamo Files: WikiLeaks and the Prisoners Released in 2006 (Part Eight of Ten)

830 RELEASED NOV 03 Khan, Tila Mohammed (Pakistan) WikiLeaks: The Unknown Prisoners of Guantánamo (Part Five of Five)

831 RELEASED OCT 06 Khandan, Qadir (Afghanistan) Chapter 14, also see The Complete Guantánamo Files: WikiLeaks and the Prisoners Released in 2006 (Part Eight of Ten)

832 Omari, Mohammed Nabi (Afghanistan) Website Extras 11, Who Are the Remaining Prisoners in Guantánamo? Part Eight: Captured in Afghanistan (2002-07)The “Taliban Five” and the Forgotten Afghan Prisoners in GuantánamoUS in Talks to Return the 17 Afghan Prisoners in Guantánamo, Close Guantánamo, Free the Afghans, Don’t Forget the Hunger Strike at Guantánamo

834 RELEASED APR 05 Shabeen, Naquibullah (Afghanistan) Chapter 14, also see WikiLeaks and the Guantánamo Prisoners Released After the Tribunals, 2004 to 2005 (Part Five of Five)

835 RELEASED APR 05 Rasoul, Mohammed (Afghanistan) Chapter 14, also see WikiLeaks and the Guantánamo Prisoners Released After the Tribunals, 2004 to 2005 (Part Five of Five)

836 Saleh, Ayoub Murshid Ali (Yemen) Website Extras 11, “Model Prisoner” at Guantánamo, Tortured in the “Dark Prison,” Loses Habeas Corpus PetitionWho Are the Remaining Prisoners in Guantánamo? Part Seven: Captured in Pakistan (3 of 3)

837 Al Marwalah, Bashir (Yemen) Website Extras 11, “Model Prisoner” at Guantánamo, Tortured in the “Dark Prison,” Loses Habeas Corpus PetitionWho Are the Remaining Prisoners in Guantánamo? Part Seven: Captured in Pakistan (3 of 3)

838 Balzuhair, Shawki Awad (Yemen) Website Extras 11, “Model Prisoner” at Guantánamo, Tortured in the “Dark Prison,” Loses Habeas Corpus PetitionWho Are the Remaining Prisoners in Guantánamo? Part Seven: Captured in Pakistan (3 of 3)

839 LOST HABEAS PETITION (Dec 09), LOST APPEAL (May 2011) Al Mudwani, Musab (Musa’ab al-Madhwani) (Yemen) Chapter 16, also see “Model Prisoner” at Guantánamo, Tortured in the “Dark Prison,” Loses Habeas Corpus Petition, House Kills Plan to Close GuantánamoWho Are the Remaining Prisoners in Guantánamo? Part Seven: Captured in Pakistan (3 of 3), The 11-Year Old American Girl Who Knows More About Guantánamo Than Most US LawmakersJudges Keep Guantánamo Open ForeverThe Supreme Court Abandons the Guantánamo Prisoners, Meet the Seven Guantánamo Prisoners Whose Appeals Were Turned Down by the Supreme Court, “Indefinite Detention is the Worst Form of Torture”: A Guantánamo Prisoner Speaks

840 Al Maythali, Hail Aziz Ahmed (Al Maythal) (Yemen) Chapter 16, also see “Model Prisoner” at Guantánamo, Tortured in the “Dark Prison,” Loses Habeas Corpus PetitionWho Are the Remaining Prisoners in Guantánamo? Part Seven: Captured in Pakistan (3 of 3)Guantánamo Stories: 19 of the 43 Men Being Force-Fed in the Prison-Wide Hunger Strike

841 Nashir, Said Salih Said (Yemen) Website Extras 11, “Model Prisoner” at Guantánamo, Tortured in the “Dark Prison,” Loses Habeas Corpus PetitionWho Are the Remaining Prisoners in Guantánamo? Part Seven: Captured in Pakistan (3 of 3)

842 RELEASED SEP 04 Ahmad, Sultan (Pakistan) The Pentagon Can’t Count: 22 Juveniles Held at Guantánamo, WikiLeaks and the 22 Children of GuantánamoWikiLeaks: The Unknown Prisoners of Guantánamo (Part Five of Five)

843 RELEASED SEP 04 Ahmed, Saghir (Pakistan) WikiLeaks: The Unknown Prisoners of Guantánamo (Part Five of Five)

845 RELEASED AUG 06 Akitar, Mohammed (Afghanistan) Chapter 14, also see The Complete Guantánamo Files: WikiLeaks and the Prisoners Released in 2006 (Part Nine of Ten)

848 RELEASED AUG 07 Ullah, Amin (Afghanistan) Website Extras 11

849 RELEASED OCT 06 Nasim, Mohammed (Afghanistan) Chapter 14, also see The Complete Guantánamo Files: WikiLeaks and the Prisoners Released in 2006 (Part Nine of Ten)

850 RELEASED DEC 09 Hashim, Mohammed (Afghanistan) MILITARY COMMISSION, Website Extras 11, 20 Reasons To Shut Down The Guantánamo Trials

856 RELEASED MAR 04 Barak (Afghanistan) WikiLeaks: The Unknown Prisoners of Guantánamo (Part Five of Five)

874 RELEASED NOV 07 Nasir, Abdul (Afghanistan) Website Extras 11

886 RELEASED MAY 08 Nasrullah (Afghanistan) Chapter 14

888 RELEASED MAY 08 Ismatullah (Afghanistan) Chapter 14

890 RELEASED MAY 08 Sangaryar, Rahmatullah (Afghanistan) Chapters 14, 18

892 RELEASED JAN 2010 (in Slovakia, returned to Tunisia March 2011), CLEARED (under Bush) Al Hami, Rafiq (Alhami) (Tunisia) Chapter 16, mentioned in Guantánamo’s refugees, also see CIA Torture Began In Afghanistan 8 Months Before DoJ Approval, UN Secret Detention Report (Part Two): CIA Prisons in Afghanistan and Iraq, Three Neglected Ex-Guantánamo Prisoners in Slovakia Embark on a Hunger Strike, “It was better in Guantánamo,” Complains Egyptian Held in Slovak Detention Center, Who Are the Three Ex-Guantánamo Prisoners on Hunger Strike in Slovakia?Judge Orders Release from Guantánamo of Yemeni Seized in Iran, Held in Secret CIA Prisons, Former Guantánamo Prisoners in Slovakia Finally Receive Residence Permits, Judge Denies Guantánamo Prisoner’s Habeas Petition, Ignores Torture in Secret CIA Prisons, What Does Tunisia’s Revolution Mean for Political Prisoners, Including Guantánamo Detainees?Tunisians Call for the Release of Prisoners in Guantánamo, Video: Tunisian Freed from Guantánamo Calls for the Return of His Compatriots

893 LOST HABEAS PETITION (Oct 2010) Al Bihani, Tawfiq (Saudi Arabia) Chapter 16, also see UN Secret Detention Report (Part Two): CIA Prisons in Afghanistan and IraqJudge Denies Guantánamo Prisoner’s Habeas Petition, Ignores Torture in Secret CIA PrisonsThe Supreme Court Abandons the Guantánamo Prisoners, Meet the Seven Guantánamo Prisoners Whose Appeals Were Turned Down by the Supreme Court

894 CLEARED (under Obama), CLEARED (under Bush) Abdul Rahman, Mohammed (Lotfi bin Ali) (Tunisia) Website Extras 10, Judge prevents innocent Tunisian’s return to torture from GuantánamoWho Are the Remaining Prisoners in Guantánamo? Part Seven: Captured in Pakistan (3 of 3), What Does Tunisia’s Revolution Mean for Political Prisoners, Including Guantánamo Detainees?

895 NO ISN (almost certainly Dilawar, the innocent Afghan taxi driver who was murdered in Bagram; see Chapter 14 and When Torture Kills: Ten Murders In US Prisons In Afghanistan)

896 RELEASED MAR 04 Parkhudin (Afghanistan) Chapter 14, also see When Torture Kills: Ten Murders In US Prisons In AfghanistanWikiLeaks and the Guantánamo Prisoners Released from 2002 to 2004 (Part Nine of Ten)

897 RELEASED MAR 04 Rahim, Abdul (Afghanistan) Chapter 14, also see When Torture Kills: Ten Murders In US Prisons In AfghanistanWikiLeaks and the Guantánamo Prisoners Released from 2002 to 2004 (Part Nine of Ten)

898 RELEASED MAR 04 Shah, Zakkim (Afghanistan) Chapter 14, also see WikiLeaks and the Guantánamo Prisoners Released from 2002 to 2004 (Part Nine of Ten)

899 LOST HABEAS PETITION (Sep 2010), LOST APPEAL (Sep 2011), CLEARED (under Obama) Khan, Shawali (Afghanistan) Website Extras 11Judge Denies Habeas Petition of Afghan Shopkeeper at Guantánamo, Who Are the Remaining Prisoners in Guantánamo? Part Eight: Captured in Afghanistan (2002-07)US Injustice Laid Bare, As Afghan in Guantánamo Loses His Habeas Appeal, The Case of Shawali Khan, an Afghan in Guantánamo, Sold to US Forces 10 Years Ago, The “Taliban Five” and the Forgotten Afghan Prisoners in GuantánamoUS in Talks to Return the 17 Afghan Prisoners in Guantánamo, Close Guantánamo, Free the Afghans

900 RELEASED AUG 09, WON HABEAS PETITION (Jul 09) Jawad, Mohamed (Mohammed Jawad) (Afghanistan) MILITARY COMMISSION, Website Extras 11, Torture allegations dog Guantánamo trials, Controversy still plagues Guantánamo’s Military Commissions, The Dark Heart of the Guantánamo Trials, New Evidence of Systemic Bias in Guantánamo Trials, Meltdown at the Guantánamo Trials, The Dying Days of the Guantánamo Trials, Former Guantánamo Prosecutor Condemns “Chaotic” Trials in Case of Teenage Torture Victim, Torture Taints the Case of Guantánamo prisoner Mohamed Jawad, A Child At Guantánamo: The Unending Torment of Mohamed Jawad, Former Insider Shatters Credibility of Military Commissions, How Judge Huvelle Humiliated The Government In Guantánamo Case, As Judge Orders Release Of Tortured Guantánamo Prisoner, Government Refuses To Concede Defeat, David Frakt: Military Commissions “A Catastrophic Failure”, Guantánamo And The Courts (Part Three): Obama’s Continuing Shame, The Unsung Heroes Who Helped Secure Mohammed Jawad’s Release From Guantánamo, Freed From Guantánamo, Mohammed Jawad Celebrates Eid With His Family, Lawyer Blasts “Congressional Depravity” On Guantánamo, Rep. Jerrold Nadler and David Frakt on Obama’s Three-Tier Justice System For Guantánamo, More “Congressional Depravity” on Guantánamo, Calling for US Accountability on the International Day in Support of Victims of TortureOmar Khadr Accepts US Military Lawyer for Forthcoming Trial by Military Commission, David Frakt Explains Why Guantánamo Prisoners Have Habeas Corpus Rights, “A Story About Lost and Broken Things”: Mohammed Jawad, A Child in Guantánamo, and the Lawyer Who Fought for HimVideo: Andy Worthington, Todd Pierce and Steven Reisner Discuss Guantánamo and Torture in New York, January 9, 2014

902 RELEASED OCT 06 Mohammed, Taj (Afghanistan) Chapter 17, also see The Complete Guantánamo Files: WikiLeaks and the Prisoners Released in 2006 (Part Nine of Ten)

905 RELEASED DEC 07 El Banna, Jamil (UK-Jordan) Chapter 16, also see Deals with dictators undermined by British request for return of five British detainees, British Residents in Guantánamo: the backlash begins, Guantánamo Britons To Be Released: A Mixed Result, The Guantánamo Britons and Spain’s dubious extradition request, Spanish drop “inhuman” extradition request for Guantánamo Britons, Former prisoners launch the Guantánamo Justice Centre in London, UK Judge Approves Use of Secret Evidence in Guantánamo Case, UK Appeals Court Rules Out Government’s Use of Secret Evidence in Guantánamo Damages Claim, William Hague Orders a Judicial Inquiry into British Complicity in Torture, UN Secret Detention Report (Part Two): CIA Prisons in Afghanistan and IraqAs the UK Government Announces Compensation for Ex-Guantánamo Prisoners, Is the Return of Shaker Aamer Part of the Deal?, The UK Government’s Guantánamo Guilt, and the Urgent Need for Shaker Aamer’s ReturnA Good Day for Justice: British Supreme Court Bans Use of Secret Evidence by Intelligence Services, mentioned in On Guantánamo’s 10th Anniversary, British Ex-Prisoners Talk About Their Lives, and Call for the Release of Shaker Aamer

906 RELEASED MAR 07 Al Rawi, Bisher (UK-Iraq) Chapter 16, also see The Perils of Return: Repatriated to Torture, Deals with dictators undermined by British request for return of five British detainees, Hiding Torture And Freeing Binyam Mohamed From Guantánamo, Obama’s First 100 Days: Mixed Messages On Torture, US Torture Under Scrutiny In British Courts, Former prisoners launch the Guantánamo Justice Centre in London, UK Judge Approves Use of Secret Evidence in Guantánamo Case, UK Appeals Court Rules Out Government’s Use of Secret Evidence in Guantánamo Damages Claim, William Hague Orders a Judicial Inquiry into British Complicity in Torture, UN Secret Detention Report (Part Two): CIA Prisons in Afghanistan and Iraq, UN Secret Detention Report (Part Three): Proxy Detention, Other Countries’ Complicity, and Obama’s RecordBy One Vote, US Court OKs Torture and “Extraordinary Rendition”, As the UK Government Announces Compensation for Ex-Guantánamo Prisoners, Is the Return of Shaker Aamer Part of the Deal?, The UK Government’s Guantánamo Guilt, and the Urgent Need for Shaker Aamer’s ReturnA Good Day for Justice: British Supreme Court Bans Use of Secret Evidence by Intelligence Services, On Guantánamo’s 10th Anniversary, British Ex-Prisoners Talk About Their Lives, and Call for the Release of Shaker Aamer

907 RELEASED OCT 06 Rahman, Habib (Afghanistan) Chapter 17, seized with 908-914, The Complete Guantánamo Files: WikiLeaks and the Prisoners Released in 2006 (Part Nine of Ten)

908 RELEASED MAR 04 Muhammed, Peta (Afghanistan) Website Extras 12, The Pentagon Can’t Count: 22 Juveniles Held at GuantánamoWikiLeaks and the 22 Children of Guantánamo, WikiLeaks and the Guantánamo Prisoners Released from 2002 to 2004 (Part Ten of Ten)

909 RELEASED OCT 06 Khan, Mohabet (Afghanistan) Chapter 17, also see The Complete Guantánamo Files: WikiLeaks and the Prisoners Released in 2006 (Part Nine of Ten)

910 RELEASED SEP 04 Khan, Mohammed (Afghanistan) WikiLeaks: The Unknown Prisoners of Guantánamo (Part Five of Five)

911 RELEASED SEP 04 Samad, Abdul (Afghanistan) Website Extras 12WikiLeaks and the 22 Children of Guantánamo, WikiLeaks and the Guantánamo Prisoners Released from 2002 to 2004 (Part Ten of Ten)

912 RELEASED JAN 04 Rahman, Asadullah (Afghanistan) Chapter 17, also see The Pentagon Can’t Count: 22 Juveniles Held at GuantánamoWikiLeaks and the 22 Children of Guantánamo, WikiLeaks and the Guantánamo Prisoners Released from 2002 to 2004 (Part Ten of Ten)

913 RELEASED JAN 04 Ullah, Naqib (Afghanistan) Chapter 17, also see The Pentagon Can’t Count: 22 Juveniles Held at GuantánamoWikiLeaks and the 22 Children of Guantánamo, WikiLeaks and the Guantánamo Prisoners Released from 2002 to 2004 (Part Ten of Ten)

914 RELEASED OCT 06 Khan, Shardar (Afghanistan) Website Extras 12The Complete Guantánamo Files: WikiLeaks and the Prisoners Released in 2006 (Part Nine of Ten)

919 RELEASED OCT 06 Ullah, Faiz (Afghanistan) Chapter 17, also see The Complete Guantánamo Files: WikiLeaks and the Prisoners Released in 2006 (Part Nine of Ten)

923 RELEASED DEC 07 Razzaq, Abdul (Afghanistan) Website Extras 12

928 CLEARED (under Obama) Gul, Khi Ali (Afghanistan) Chapter 17, also see Who Are the Remaining Prisoners in Guantánamo? Part Eight: Captured in Afghanistan (2002-07)EXCLUSIVE: A Warning from Guantánamo – Four Prisoners Are Close to Death, and the Authorities Don’t Care, Close Guantánamo, Free the AfghansUS in Talks to Return the 17 Afghan Prisoners in Guantánamo

For more, see Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4 and Part 6.

Andy Worthington is a freelance investigative journalist, activist, author, photographer and film-maker. He is the co-founder of the “Close Guantánamo” campaign, and the author of The Guantánamo Files: The Stories of the 774 Detainees in America’s Illegal Prison (published by Pluto Press, distributed by Macmillan in the US, and available from Amazon — click on the following for the US and the UK) and of two other books: Stonehenge: Celebration and Subversion and The Battle of the Beanfield. He is also the co-director (with Polly Nash) of the documentary film, “Outside the Law: Stories from Guantánamo” (available on DVD here — or here for the US).

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