Detainees held in the Bagram Theater Internment Facility
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On January 16, 2010, the United States Department of Defense complied with a court order and made public a heavily redacted list of the detainees held in the Bagram Theater Internment Facility. Detainees started to be held in primitive, temporary quarters, in what was originally called the Bagram Collection Point, from late 2001. Detainees were later moved to an indoor detention center until late 2009, when newly constructed facilities were opened.
The identity of most detainees held in Bagram remained classified until the publication of the first list in January 2010.
Dozens of the names on the list are identical to names of detainees who had been held in the Guantanamo Bay detention camps, in Cuba. It was reported that three of the detainees in Bagram had formerly been held in Guantanamo, because they had the same Internment Serial Numbers. They were: Gul Zaman, Khadan Kadri and Hafizullah Shabaz Khau.
While some Guantanamo detainees were sent directly to Guantanamo from CIA custody, most Guantanamo detainees spent some time in US Military custody at Bagram, or at the similar Kandahar detention facility. Close to one hundred detainees testified about their time in Bagram during one of their OARDEC proceedings, or told reporters about their stay after their release.
Several dozen individuals reported being held in Bagram prior to the preparation of the official list published in January 2010. A few individuals report being released from Bagram, who aren't on the official list because they arrived there are the official list was prepared.
Guantanamo detainees who reported spending time in Bagram
|307||Abd Al Nasir Mohammed Abd Al Qadir Khantumani|
|489||Abd Al Rahim Abdul Rassak Janko||
|686||Abdel Ghalib Ahmad Hakim||
|1463||Abdul Al Salam Al Hilal|
|502||Abdul Bin Mohammed Bin Abess Ourgy|
|1007||Abdul Halim Sadiqi||
|306||Abdul Salam Zaeef|
|332||Abdullah Al Tayabi|
|452||Oybek Jamoldinivich Jabbarov|
|Abu Yahia al-Libi|
|940||Adel Hassan Hamad|
|948||Anwar Khan (Guantanamo detainee 948)|
|152||Asim Thahit Abdullah Al Khalaqi|
|256||Atag Ali Abdoh Al-Haj|
|680||Emad Abdalla Hassan|
|688||Fahmi Abdullah Ahmed|
|516||Ghanim Abdul Rahman Al Harbi|
|1001||Hafizullah Shabaz Khail|
|940||Hassan Adel Hussein|
|94||Ibrahim Daif Allah Neman Al Sehli|
|Jan Baz Khan||
|586||Karam Khamis Sayd Khamsan|
|589||Khalid Mahomoud Abdul Wahab Al Asmr|
|660||Lufti Bin Swei Lagha|
|519||Mahrar Rafat Al Quwari|
|Malik Abdual Rahim||
|333||Mohamed Atiq Awayd Al Harbi|
|Mohamed Farag Ahmad Bashmilah|
|681||Mohammed Mohammed Hassen|
|1008||Mohammed Mustafa Sohail|
|Mohammed Yaqoub Akhounzada||
|839||Musab Omar Ali Al Mudwani|
|835||Rasool Shahwali Zair Mohammed Mohammed||
|945||Said Amir Jan|
|1154||Said Mohammed Ali Shah|
|834||Shahwali Zair Mohammed Shaheen Naqeebyllah||
|535||Tariq Mahmoud Ahmed Al Sawah|
|Wakil Ahmed Muttawakil|
|550||Walid Said Bin Said Zaid|
Individuals who reported being held in Bagram prior to the publication of the first official list
|Abu Yahia al-Libi|
|Jan Baz Khan||
|Malik Abdual Rahim|
|Mohamed Farag Ahmad Bashmilah|
|Mohammed Yaqoub Akhounzada|
|Wakil Ahmed Muttawakil|
The official list of Bagram detainees, as of September 22, 2009
|First official list of Guantanamo detainees||First official list of Bagram detainees|
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The United States has released a long-secret list of 645 detainees held at a military base in Afghanistan... In response to the lawsuit, the government released roughly 2,000 pages of documents Friday evening.
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New York, February 18, 2008—The Committee to Protect Journalists is greatly concerned by the detention of Canadian Television (CTV) journalist Jawed Ahmad by U.S. military forces at Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan, for almost three months without charge.
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We are deeply troubled that Jawed Ahmad has been secluded in a U.S. military base for nearly three months without charge," Joel Simon, executive director of the New York-based Committee to Protect Journalists, said in a statement."The United States military must explain the reason for his detention and accord him due process. If he is not charged with any crime then he must be released immediately.
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A military spokesman says a review board has determined that Jawed Ahmad, an Afghan national, is a danger to foreign troops and the Afghan government.[dead link]
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The U.S. military said today a journalist working for Canada's CTV television network, who has been held for four months without being charged, has been designated an unlawful enemy combatant.
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A man of this name was detained in September 2009.
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- Summarized transcripts (.pdf), from Shardar Khan's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - pages 1-9
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An aide to the former Taleban foreign minister, Wakil Ahmad Muttawakil, has revealed that he was sent to warn American diplomats and the United Nations that Osama bin Laden was due to launch a huge attack on American soil.
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