Al Farouq training camp

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The camp had the shape of a big oval. The buildings were made from light construction material, only the kitchen and the officers' building were made from stone. The mosque consisted of straw, the sanitary facilities were made from tin...the training units usually consisted of six to ten people at most.

Shadi Abdalla[1]

The Al Farouq training camp, also known as "the airport camp",[1] and Jihad Wel al-Farouq, was an alleged Al-Qaeda training camp near Kandahar, Afghanistan. Camp attendees received small-arms training, map-reading, orientation, explosives training, and other training.

The United States attacked the area with cruise missiles on August 20, 1998 in retaliation for the 1998 embassy bombings.[2][3] It continued to operate until August 2001, when it was shut down by its trainers.[4] The camp was bombed again on October 10, 2001.[5]

According to American intelligence analysts, the director of the Al Farouq camp was a Saudi named Abdul Quduz, who was later one of the commanders at the battle of Tora Bora.[6][7][8]

Abu Walid al Masri (b. 1945), one of the Afghan Arabs who fought as volunteers in the 1980s against the Soviet Union, had stayed in Afghanistan after the Soviet withdrawal. During the mid-1990s, at the age of about 50, he served as a senior trainer at the camp.[9] In this period, various ethnic factions in Afghanistan were competing for power, with the Taliban soon to emerge in control. Saif al-Adel stated that Asim al-Yamani was also a trainer at the camp.[10]

Individuals alleged to have attended the Al Farouq training camp[edit]

John Walker Lindh[11]
  • "The American Taliban"
David Hicks[12]
  • "The Australian Taliban"
L'Houssaine Kherchtou
  • Baker, early initiate into al-Qaeda, American state witness[13]
Saeed al-Ghamdi[12]
  • 9/11 hijacker
Ahmed al-Nami[12]
  • 9/11 hijacker
Wail al-Shehri[12]
  • 9/11 hijacker
Waleed al-Shehri[12]
  • 9/11 hijacker
Mushabib al-Hamlan[14]
  • Trained with 9/11 hijackers.
  • Left the camp to stay with his ill mother
Khalid al Zahrani[12]
  • Sent to convince al-Hamlan not to abandon his training
Abdul Aziz Adbullah Ali Al Suadi[15]
Sadeq Muhammad Sa'id Ismail[16]
Feroz Abbasi[17]
  • repatriated to the UK
Allal Ab Aljallil Abd Al Rahman Abd[18]
Bashir Nashir Al-Marwalah[19]
Khaled Qasim[20]
Ziyad bin Salih bin Muhammad Al Bahooth[21]
Ali Yahya Mahdi Al Raimi[22]
Ali Husayn Abdutlah Al Tays[23]
Musab Omar All Al Mudwani[24]
Mukhtar Al-Bakri,
Sahim Alwan,
Faysal Galab,
Shafal Mosed,
Yaseinn Taher, and
Yahya Goba [25]
  • Buffalo Six pled guilty to material support to al-Qaeda; attended the camp in Spring 2001.
Mesh Arsad Al Rashid[26]
Faiz Mohammed Ahmed Al Kandari[27]
Yasin Qasem Muhammad Ismail[16]
Mishal Awad Sayaf Alhabiri[28]
Mohammad Fazil[29]
Abdul Hakim Bukhary[30]
Abd Al Razzaq Abdallah Ibrahim Al Tamini[31]
Sa id Salih Sa id Nashir[32]
Ghallab Bashir[33]
Mohammed Souleimani Laalami[34]
Muhammad Hamid Al Qarani[35]
Fawaz Naman Hamoud Abdallah Mahdi[36]
Khalid Mallah Shayi Al Jilba Al Qahtani[37]
  • Attendance at Al Farouq was offered as one of the reasons Al Qahtani's Administrative Review Board should recommend continued detention.
Sami Abdul Aziz Salim Allaithy[38]
  • Combatant Status Review Tribunal says he trained at Al Farouq.
  • Al Laithy lost the use of his legs while in Guantanamo. He says a brutal guard jumped on his back, breaking his spine. The DoD said he had a pre-existing condition.
Ibrahimj Sulayman Muhammad Arbaysh[39]
  • Attendance at Al Farouq was offered as one of the reasons Arbaysh's Administrative Review Board should recommend continued detention.
Ahmed Rashidi[40]
Fahed Al Harazi[41]
  • Attendance at Al Farouq was offered as one of the reasons Al Harazi's Administrative Review Board should recommend continued detention.
Ali Ahmad Muhammad Al Rahizi[42]
  • Attendance at Al Farouq was offered as one of the reasons Al Rahizi's Administrative Review Board should recommend continued detention.
Walid Said Bin Said Zaid[43]
Nayif Fahd Mutliq Al Usaymi[44]
  • Attendance at Al Farouq was offered as one of the reasons Al Usaymi's Administrative Review Board should recommend continued detention.
Ali Mohsen Salih[45]
Mohammed Abd Al Al Qadir [46]
  • Attendance at Al Farouq was offered as one of the reasons Al Qadir's Administrative Review Board should recommend continued detention.
Fahed Abdullah Ahmad Ghazi[47]
Arkan Mohammad Ghafil Al Karim[48]
  • Attendance at Al Farouq was offered as one of the reasons Al Karim's Administrative Review Board should recommend continued detention.
Abu Zaid Al-Kuwaiti[49]
Ibrahim Othman Ibrahim Idris[50]
  • Among the allegations Ibrahim Othman Ibrahim Idris faced during his Tribunal were:
  • "The detainee stated that he was the ####### at Camp Farouk, but did not have any formal training ################"
  • "The detainee stated that he had received military training at Camp Farouk and trained on the Kalashnikov rifle, Beka machinegun and mortars."
Mohammed Ahmed Binyam[51]
  • The allegations prepared for his Combatant Status Review Tribunal alleged:
  • "The detainee arrived in Islamabad, Pakistan, in June 2001, and traveled to the al Faruq training camp in Afghanistan, to receive paramilitary training."
  • "At the al Faruq camp, the detainee received 40 days of training in light arms handling, explosives, and principles of topography."
  • "The detainee was taught to falsify documents, and received instruction from a senior al Qaida operative on how to encode telephone numbers before passing them to another individual."
Mohammad Ahmed Abdullah Saleh Al Hanashi[52]
  • "Ghailani identified the detainee as being present at the al-Faruq Training Camp in Afghanistan where he underwent basic training in 1998 to 1999 before moving on to the front lines in Kabul, Afghanistan."
  • "Ghailani is a Tanzanian al-Qaida operative who has been indicted in the 1998 U.S. embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania."
Al Silm Haji Hajjaj Awwad Al Hajjaji[53]
  • One of the allegations Al Hajjaji faced during his Combatant Status Review Tribunal was:
"The Detainee received military training at the Al Qaeda camp located at Al Farouk."
Abu Bakr Ibn Ali Muhhammad Alahdal[54]
  • One of the allegations Al Hajjaji faced during his Combatant Status Review Tribunal was:
"The detainee received small arms training at the al Farouq training camp."
Tarek Ali Abdullah Ahmed Baada[55]
  • One of the allegations Al Hajjaji faced during his Combatant Status Review Tribunal was:
"The detainee attended the al Farouq training camp."
Muhhammad Said Bin Salem[56]
Muieen A Deen Jamal A Deen Abd Al Fusal Abd Al Sattar[57]
  • Three of the allegations prepared for Al Sattar's Combatant Status Review Tribunal were:
  • "The detainee was a trainer at the al Farouq training camp."
  • "The detainee was trying to become a 'Kuwadir', a more specialized trainer."
  • "Usama Bin Laden chooses his bodyguards from the 'Kuwadirs'."
Ayoub Murshid Ali Saleh[58]
  • Two of the allegations prepared for Saleh's Combatant Status Review Tribunal were:
Mahmud Salem Horan Mohammed Mutlak Al Ali[59]
  • One of the allegations prepared for Al Ali's Combatant Status Review Tribunal was:
"Detainee traveled to Afghanistan with the intent to attend training at the al Farouq training camp, but the al Farouq training camp, because of changes necessitated after the events on 11 September 2001."
Faizal Saha Al Nasir[60]
  • Al Nasir told his Tribunal:
"I did not know that the Al-Farouq camp was a part of Al Qaida or associated with Al Qaida. I did not know they were against the United States, That is all I have."
Amran Baqur Mohammed Hawsawi[61]
  • Two of the allegations prepared for Hawsawi's Combataant Status Review Tribunal were:
  • "The detainee was identified to be in Kabul, Afghanistan, training at the al-Farouq camp."
  • "The detainee was in the camp when the United States bombardment began and he sustained shrapnel injuries."
Hani Saiid Mohammad Al Khalif[62]
  • Two of the allegations prepared for Al Khalif's Combataant Status Review Tribunal were:
  • "The detainee was trained to use the Kalishnikov rifle, the PK machine gun, the 9mm pistol, and rocket-propelled grenades while at the Farouq camp. He also had physical training, learned to read maps, dig trenches, and use camouflage techniques."
  • "The detainee trained at al Farouq in the detection, avoidance, disarming, and displacement of various antitank and antipersonnel mines."
Muhammad Ahmad Abdallah Al Ansi[63]
  • One of the allegations prepared for Al Ansi's Combatant Status Review Tribunal was:
"A senior al Qaida Commander said he recognized the detainee as someone he had seen in either Kabul or one of the camps in Afghanistan, possibly the Farouq camp between 1998 and 2000."
Majid Al Barayan
  • Two of the allegations prepared for Al Barayan's Combataant Status Review Tribunal were:[64]
  • "The detainee trained at the al Farouq training camp in Afghanistan."
  • "The detainee received weapons and explosives training."
Zahar Omar Hamis Bin Hamdoun[65]
  • Three of the allegations prepared for Hamdoun's Combatant Status Review Tribunal were:
Ravil Mingazov[66]
  • Three of the allegations prepared for Hamdoun's Combatant Status Review Tribunal were:
  • "The detainee was at the al Farouq camp and was trained on explosives, chemicals, pistols and rifles plus assassination methods. He also trained on how to make poisons at the Kara Karga camp outside of Kabul."
  • "The detainee observed Usama Bin Laden while at the training camp and listened to his speeches on politics and religion."
  • "The detainee was at the al Farouq camp on 11 September 2001."
Khalid Mohammed Salih Al Dhuby[67]
  • Two of the allegations prepared for Al Dhuby's Combatant Status Review Tribunal were:
Turki Mash Awi Zayid Al Asiri[68]
  • Two of the allegations prepared for Al Asiri's Combatant Status Review Tribunal were:
  • "The detainee trained at the al Farouq camp for about one month."
  • "The detainee received physical exercise and weapons training while at the al Farouq camp."
Abbas Habid Rumi Al Naely[69]
  • One of the allegations prepared for Al Naely's Combatant Status Review Tribunal was:
"The detainee stayed at the Al Farouq camp in Darwanta, Afghanistan, where he received 1,000 Rupees to continue his travels."
Sameur Abdenour[70]
  • One of the allegations Abdenour faced during his Tribunal was:
"The detainee volunteered to go see the Al Farouq camp. While visiting Al Farouq, attempts were made to recruit the detainee and other visitors."
Mahmoud Omar Mohammed Bin Atef[71]
  • Two of the allegations prepared for Bin Atef's Combatant Status Review Tribunal were:
Fahmi Salem Said Al Sani[72]
  • One of the allegations Al Sani faced during his Tribunal was:
"The detainee received training on the Kalashnikov rifle at al Farouq."
Mahrar Rafat Al Quwari[73]
  • One of the allegations prepared for Al Quwari's Tribunal was:
"While at the al Farouq training camp in Afghanistan, the detainee was in charge of delivering food to caves."
Saed Khatem Al Malki[74]
  • One of the allegations Al Malki would have faced during his Tribunal was:
"The detainee was identified as having trained in mountain tactics at the al Qaida training facility in Al Farouq."
Mohammed Ahmed Said Haidel[75]
  • Two of the allegations Haidel faced during his Tribunal were:
Khalid Hassan Husayn Al Barakat[76]
  • One of the allegations Al Barakat faced during his Tribunal was:
"The Detainee trained at al Farouq and Kandahar, Afghanistan."
Said Muhammed Salih Hatim[77]
  • Two of the allegations Hatim faced during his Tribunal were:
  • "The detainee received weapons training at al Farouq."
  • "While detainee was training at al Farouq, Usama Bin Laden visited and lectured to the camp."
Ahmed Yaslam Said Kuman[78]

The detainee attended training at al Farouq, participating in Advanced Commando training in Kandahar, Afghanistan. Training consisted of rappelling, sniper training, kidnapping, assassinations, poisons and explosives.

Umran Bakr Muhammad Hawsawi[79]
  • One of the factors prepared for Hawsawi's Administrative Review Board, justifying his continued detention, was:
"The detainee was identified to be in Kabul, Afghanistan training at the al Farouq camp."
Abdul Rahman Umir Al Qyati[80]
  • Four of the factors prepared for Al Qyati's Administrative Review Board, justifying his continued detention, were:
  • "The detainee was trained on the Kalashnikov and Simonov rifles while at al Farouq training camp.
  • "The detainee arrived at al Farouq training camp in the beginning of May 2001."
  • "After training at the al Farouq camp, the detainee traveled extensively with his unit from Qandahar throughout eastern Afghanistan."
  • "The detainee may be able to provide specific information on the type of training and personalities involved with the administration of training at the al Farouq camp."
Saleh Mohamed Al Zuba[81]
  • One of the factors, prepared for his Administrative Review Board, justifying his continued detention, was:
"Al Zuba admits being at Al Farouq training camp."
Nayif Abdallah Ibrahim Al Nukhaylan
  • Two of the factors prepared for al Nukhaylan's Administrative Review Board, justifying his continued detention, were:[82]
  • "Detainee admits receiving training at al-Farouq weapons training camp. He received instruction on the AK-47 rifle, PK machine gun, and RPG weapons system."
  • "Detainee admits knowing that al-Farouq training camp belonged to Usama Bin Laden and that it was a terrorist training camp."
Mustafa Abdul Qawi Abdul Aziz Al Shamyri[83]
  • One of the factors prepared for Al Shamyri's Administrative Review Board, justifying his continued detention, was:
"The detainee fully admits he was supposed to attend training at al Farouk Camp, but training was not mandated because al Hadrani vouched for detainee's previous training."
Umran Bakr Muhammad Hawsawi[79]
  • One of the factors prepared for Hawsawi's Administrative Review Board, justifying his continued detention, was:
"The detainee was identified to be in Kabul, Afghanistan training at the al Farouq camp."
Abdullah Yahia Yousf Al Shabli[84]
  • Two of the factors prepared for Al Shabli's Administrative Review Board, justifying his continued detention, was:
  • "In August 2001, the detainee flew from San'a Yemen to Iran. He traveled through Iran to Herat, Afghanistan and then on to Qandahar. The detainee was recruited to go to al Farouq training camp by a Mujahedin fighter who had fought in Afghanistan."
  • "In August 2001, the detainee traveled to Afghanistan for Jihad. While in Afghanistan he attended al Farouk training camp where he trained on the Kalashnikov rifle, Siminov rifle, and Rocket-Propelled Grenade."
Abdul Rahman Nashi Badi Al Hataybi[85]
  • Two of the factors prepared for Al Hataybi's Administrative Review Board, justifying his continued detention, was:
  • "The detainee trained at al Qaida’s al Farouq paramilitary camp."
  • "The detainee received training in the AK-47, Makarov pistol and M-16."
Tariq Shallah Hasan Al Alawi Al Harbi[86]
  • Three of the factors prepared for Al Harbi's Administrative Review Board, justifying his continued detention, were:
  • "After arriving in Afghanistan, the detainee trained at the al Farouq training camp."
  • "At the al Farouq training camp, he received training on the Kalashnikov rifle and pistols."
  • "In Quetta, Pakistan, detainee met some Taliban on the street who led the detainee to a guesthouse in Qandahar, where he stayed for a week of questioning and was then sent to the “Faruk camp” for training."
Humud Dakhil Humud Sa'id Al Jad'an[87]
  • Two of the allegations prepare for Al Jad'an's Tribunal were:
  • "Detainee trained with weapons and explosives at the al Farouq training camp and also at the Camp Melek (Camp Saber) training camp."
  • "Detainee saw Usama Bin Laden at al Faronq on two separate occasions during his basic training."
Nabil Hadjarab[88]
  • One of the allegations Hadjarab's Tribunal was:
"The detainee attended the Al Farouq training camp.
Mohammad Bawazir[89]
  • Three of allegations Bawazir faced during his Tribunal were:
  • "The detainee trained at al Farouq training camp."
  • "The detainee received training on the Kalashnikov, Pakistan machine gun [sic], explosives, and the rocket propelled grenade (RPG) [sic] at the al Farouq camp.
  • "Usama Bin Ladin [sic] spoke at the al Farouq camp while the detainee was in training."
Muhammad Abd Al Nasir Muhammad Khantumani[90]
  • One of the allegations against Khantumani was:
"The Detainee trained at al Farouq training camp;"
  • Two other allegations against Khantumani concerned his training at al Farouq, but his Tribunal's Recorder failed to include them in his transcript.
Salman Yahya Hassan Mohammed Rabeii[91][92]
  • Two of the allegations against Rabeii prepared for his Tribunal were:
  • "Detainee attended the Al Farouq training camp in August 2001."
  • "Detainee was captured with other members of his training squad from the Al Farouq training camp."
Ahmed Bin Kadr Labed[93][94]
  • During his Tribunal Labed faced the allegation:
"The detainee received training on the AK-47, RPG's, [sic] grenades and pistols at al Farouq; all of the aforementioned training occurred sometime in September 2001."
  • One of the factors prepared for Labed's Administrative Review Board, justifying his continued detention, was:
"In September 2001, the detainee attended the al Farouq Training Camp and the surrounding mountain training area for approximately thirteen days. While in the mountains, he received training on the Kalashnikov rile, [sic] Rocket Propelled Grenade and physical training."
Mohammed Nasir Yahya Khusruf[95][96]
  • Two of the allegations Khusruf faced during his Tribunal were:
  • "The Detainee attended the al Farouq training camp."
  • "The Detainee was trained on the Kalashnikov, Siminoff, and single shot rifle at the al Farouq Training camp."
  • Two of the factor prepared for Khusruf's Administrative Review Board, justifying his continued detention, were:
  • "The detainee did not perform any formal military service. He received small arms training at al Farouq camp in Afghanistan."
  • "The detainee trained at al Farouq for 18 to 20 days. He shot the Simonov rifle and Kalashnikov rifle twelve times. He received map and land navigation training."
Ghanim Abdul Rahman Al Harbi[97]
Tariq Mahmoud Ahmed Al Sawah[98]
  • One of the allegations Al Sawah faced during his Tribunal was:
"Detainee admits that he attended explosives training at Al Farouq training camp and went on to be a trainer on IED components at Tarnak Farms."
Mohammed Ahmed Salam[99]
  • One of the allegations prepared for Salam's Tribunal was:
"The detainee was at al Farouq during the summer of 2001."
Ha Il Aziz Ahmed Al Maythali[100]
  • Five of the allegations prepared for Al Maythali's Tribunal were:
  • "The detainee trained at the al Farouq training camp.
  • "While at the al Farouq camp; the detainee was trained on the Kalashnikov rifle, PK machine gun, Makarov pistol, and Rocket Propelled Grenades (RPG's) [sic].
  • "The detainee was also trained in trench digging, disguise, mountain climbing, map reading and orienteering at al Farouq.
  • "The detainee returned to the al Farouq camp for advanced training, which consisted of preparation for fighting and reconnaissance techniques."
  • "The detainee was at al Farouq on three separate occasions when Usama Bin Laden gave lectures."
Muhsin Muhammad Musheen Moqbill[101]
  • Two of the factors prepared for Moqbil's Administrative Review Board, justifying his continued detention, were:
Saleh Ali Jaid Al Khathami[102]
  • One allegation Al Khathami faced during his Tribunal was:
"The detainee received small arms training at the Al-Farouq training camp."
Fahd Salih Sulayman Al Jutayli[103]
  • Two of the allegations Al Jutayli faced during his Tribunal were:
  • "Detainee trained at Al Farouq training camp in Afghanistan during September 2001."
  • "Detainee was trained on the Kalashnikov rifle, Pakistan machine gun, and a Russian pistol at the Al Farouq training camp'."
Fahed Nasser Mohamed[104]
  • Three of the allegations Mohamed faced during his Tribunal were:
  • "The detainee received small arms training at the al Farouq training camp in Afghanistan."
  • "The detainee attended training at al Qaida's al Farouq camp in Afghanistan."
  • "Usama Bin Laden visited the al Farouq training camp while the detainee was in training."
Assem Matruq Mohammad Al Aasmi[105]
  • Two of the factors prepared for Al Aasmi's Administrative Review Board, justifying his continued detention, were:
  • "When the detainee arrived in AF, he attended the al Farouq training camp."
  • "At the al Farouq training camp, the detainee learned how to use the Kalishnikov rifle, a rocket propelled grenade (RPG), a handgun and a "Biki" rifle."
Abdel Ghalib Ahmad Hakim[106]
  • During his Tribunal Hakim faced the allegation that he attended al Farouq.
Murtada Ali Said Maqram[107]
  • One of the allegations Maqram faced, during his Tribunal, was:
"The detainee received weapons training on the Kalashnikov [sic], the PK machine gun, and the Makarov pistol at the al Farouq training camp, for one month from October - November 2001."
Emad Abdalla Hassan[108]
  • One of the allegations Hassan faced during his Tribunal was:
"While in Afghanistan, the detainee received training at the Al-Farouq training camp."
Ibrahim Mahdy Achmed Zeidan[109]
  • One of the allegations Zeidan faced, during his Tribunal, was:

"The detainee attended al Qaida's al Faruq camp in Afghanistan in 2000."

Ibrahim Bin Shakran

first annual Administrative Review Board, on 18 July 2005 stated:[110]

Ibrahim Bin Shakran trained at the al Farouk training camp and fought on the Taliban front lines.

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  51. ^ Summary of Evidence memo (.pdf) prepared for Mohammed Ahmed Binyam's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - November 10, 2004 - page 135
  52. ^ Factors for and against the continued detention (.pdf) of Mohammad Ahmed Abdullah Saleh Al Hanashi Administrative Review Board - pages 81-82 18 April 2005
  53. ^ Summarized transcripts (.pdf), from Al Silm Haji Hajjaj Awwad Al Hajjaji's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - pages 1-19
  54. ^ Summary of Evidence memo (.pdf) prepared for Abu Bakr Ibn Ali Muhhammad Alahdal's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - October 1, 2004 - page 243
  55. ^ Summary of Evidence memo (.pdf) prepared for Tarek Ali Abdullah Ahmed Baada's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - October 13, 2004 - page 222
  56. ^ Summary of Evidence memo (.pdf) prepared for Muhhammad Said Bin Salem's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - November 1, 2004 - page 84
  57. ^ Summary of Evidence memo (.pdf) prepared for Muieen A Deen Jamal A Deen Abd Al Fusal Abd Al Sattar's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - October 12, 2004 page 199
  58. ^ Summary of Evidence memo (.pdf) prepared for Ayoub Murshid Ali Saleh's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - October 16, 2004 - page 152
  59. ^ Summary of Evidence memo (.pdf) prepared for Mahmud Salem Horan Mohammed Mutlak Al Ali's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - October 5, 2004 page 221
  60. ^ Summarized transcripts (.pdf), from Faizal Saha Al Nasir's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - pages 121-123
  61. ^ Summary of Evidence memo (.pdf) prepared for Amran Baqur Mohammed Hawsawi's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - September 30, 2004 page 195
  62. ^ Factors for and against the continued detention (.pdf) of Hani Saiid Mohammad Al Khalif Administrative Review Board - April 18, 2005 - pages 87-89
  63. ^ Summarized transcript (.pdf), from Muhammad Ahmad Abdallah Al Ansi's Administrative Review Board hearing - page 22
  64. ^ Summary of Evidence (.pdf) prepared for Majid Al Barayan's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - October 8, 2004 - page 79
  65. ^ Summary of Evidence memo (.pdf) prepared for Zahar Omar Hamis Bin Hamdoun's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - October 14, 2004 - page 260
  66. ^ Summary of Evidence memo (.pdf) prepared for Ravil Mingazov's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - October 6, 2004 page 178
  67. ^ Summary of Evidence memo (.pdf) prepared for Khalid Mohammed Salih Al Dhuby's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - October 8, 2004 - page 263
  68. ^ Summary of Evidence memo (.pdf) prepared for Turki Mash Awi Zayid Al Asiri's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - October 5, 2004 - page 203
  69. ^ Summary of Evidence memo (.pdf) prepared for Abbas Habid Rumi Al Naely's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - October 25, 2004 - page 65
  70. ^ Summarized transcript (.pdf), from Sameur Abdenour's Administrative Review Board hearing - page 28
  71. ^ Summary of Evidence memo (.pdf) prepared for Mahmoud Omar Mohammed Bin Atef's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - October 7, 2004 - page 270
  72. ^ CSRT Summary of Evidence memoranda (.pdf) prepared for Fahmi Salem Said Al Sani's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - October 13, 2004 - page 146
  73. ^ Summary of Evidence memo (.pdf) prepared for Mahrar Rafat Al Quwari's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - October 6, 2004 - page 112
  74. ^ Summary of Evidence memo (.pdf) prepared for Saed Khatem Al Malki's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - September 27, 2004 - page 269
  75. ^ CSRT Summary of Evidence memoranda (.pdf) prepared for Mohammed Ahmed Said Haidel's Combatant Status Review Tribunals - October 8, 2004 - page 103
  76. ^ Summarized transcripts (.pdf), from Khalid Hassan Husayn Al Barakat's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - pages 32-33
  77. ^ Summary of Evidence memo (.pdf) prepared for Said Muhammed Salih Hatim's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - October 18, 2004 - page 173
  78. ^ Factors for and against the continued detention (.pdf) of Ahmed Yaslam Said Kuman Administrative Review Board - page 65
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  80. ^ Factors for and against the continued detention (.pdf) of Abdul Rahman Umir Al Qyati Administrative Review Board - page 63
  81. ^ Factors for and against the continued detention (.pdf) of Saleh Mohamed Al Zuba Administrative Review Board - page 84
  82. ^ Factors for and against the continued detention (.pdf) of Nayif Abdallah Ibrahim Al Nukhaylan Administrative Review Board - page 97
  83. ^ Factors for and against the continued detention (.pdf) of Mustafa Abdul Qawi Abdul Aziz Al Shamyri Administrative Review Board, April 26, 2005 - page 30
  84. ^ Factors for and against the continued detention (.pdf) of Abdullah Yahia Yousf Al Shabli Administrative Review Board, April 28, 2005 - page 25
  85. ^ Factors for and against the continued detention (.pdf) of Abdul Rahman Nashi Badi Al Hataybi Administrative Review Board - page 92
  86. ^ Factors for and against the continued detention (.pdf) of Tariq Shallah Hasan Al Alawi Al Harbi Administrative Review Board, March 4, 2005 - page 66
  87. ^ Summarized transcripts (.pdf), from Humud Dakhil Humud Sa'id Al Jad'an's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - pages 117-119
  88. ^ Summarized transcripts (.pdf), from Nabil Hadjarab's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - pages 69-71
  89. ^ Summarized transcripts (.pdf), from Mohammad Bawazir's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - pages 9-17
  90. ^ Summarized transcripts (.pdf), from Muhammad Abd Al Nasir Muhammad Khantumani's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - pages 74-99
  91. ^ Summarized transcripts (.pdf), from Salman Yahya Hassan Mohammed Rabeii's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - pages 40-42
  92. ^ Factors for and against the continued detention (.pdf) of Salman Yahya Hassan Mohammed Rabeii Administrative Review Board - 28 January 2005 - page 65
  93. ^ Summarized transcripts (.pdf), from Ahmed Bin Kadr Labed's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - pages 1-12
  94. ^ Summarized transcript (.pdf), from Ahmed Bin Kadr Labed's Administrative Review Board hearing - page 107
  95. ^ Summarized transcripts (.pdf), from Mohammed Nasir Yahya Khusruf's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - pages 11-22
  96. ^ Summarized transcript (.pdf), from Mohammed Nasir Yahya Khusruf's Administrative Review Board hearing - pages 1-12
  97. ^ Summarized transcripts (.pdf), from Ghanim Abdul Rahman Al Harbi's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - pages 100-105
  98. ^ Summarized transcripts (.pdf), from Tariq Mahmoud Ahmed Al Sawah's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - pages 82-92
  99. ^ Summary of Evidence memo (.pdf) prepared for Mohammed Ahmed Salam's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - October 20, 2004 - page 73
  100. ^ Summary of Evidence memo (.pdf) prepared for Ha Il Aziz Ahmed Al Maythali's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - October 19, 2004 - page 102
  101. ^ Factors for and against the continued detention (.pdf) of Muhsin Muhammad Musheen Moqbill Administrative Review Board, May 2, 2005 - page 22
  102. ^ Summarized transcripts (.pdf), from Saleh Ali Jaid Al Khathami's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - pages 1-4
  103. ^ Summarized transcripts (.pdf), from Fahd Salih Sulayman Al Jutayli's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - pages 1-9
  104. ^ Summarized transcripts (.pdf), from Fahed Nasser Mohamed's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - pages 83-87
  105. ^ Summarized transcript (.pdf), from Assem Matruq Mohammad Al Aasmi's Administrative Review Board hearing - page 20
  106. ^ Summarized transcripts (.pdf), from Abdel Ghalib Ahmad Hakim's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - pages 15-21
  107. ^ Summary of Evidence memo (.pdf) prepared for Murtada Ali Said Maqram's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - October 14, 2004 - page 258
  108. ^ documents (.pdf), from Emad Abdalla Hassan's Combatant Status Review Tribunal, US Department of Defense - mirror pages 106-112
  109. ^ Summary of Evidence memo (.pdf) prepared for Ibrahim Mahdy Achmed Zeidan's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - September 27, 2004 - page 226
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