User:Geo Swan/working/Guantanamo articles I started

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These were my rough notes[edit]

These are, or were, my rough notes, which I used, up until a few months ago, to keep track of the articles I started on Guantanamo related topics. I used these notes mainly to keep track of the captive's names, because different press reports transliterate the names all kinds of ways, and I found that I had written duplicate articles about several individuals merely because I had come across new references that spelled their names differently. An annoying waste of time.

I leave my rough notes here, because I have no hidden agenda, and I have no reason not to conduct my work in the open. Originally, I didn't intend other wikipedians to consult this. But I am going to list it in a comment on a {{cfd}} forum because the nominator keeps leveling these really ugly accusations at me.

This nominator had concerns about the subcateogries I started in order to aid my work creating list articles around the Guantanamo captives. When I tried to engage him or her in a civil dialogue he nominated the categories for deletion.

He or she accused me of starting articles to support the categories they were concerned about. I only started those categories about two months ago. Five percent of the articles about Guantanamo captives were created by other Ten to twenty percent of them I started in 2005. I started most or rest of the articles in 2006, mostly in the four months following the March 3 2006 release of the transcripts from their Combatant Status Review Tribunals and Administrative Review Board hearings.

I started the categories to support the articles, not vice versa. And I do my utmost to comply with WP:NPOV. I don't expect to succeed 100% of the time. But I do expect any respondents who notice what they regard as a lapse to express their concern in a civil, specific fashion.

More recently I use: User:Geo Swan/working/total official names as of May 15. Geo Swan 21:21, 30 March 2007 (UTC)


table 2005[edit]

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July 2005

August 2005

September 2005

October 2005

November 2005

December 2005

table 2006[edit]

January 2006

February 2006

March 2006

April 2006

May 2006

June 2006

July 2006

August 2006

September 2006

October 2006

November 2006

December 2006

table 2007[edit]

January 2007

February 2007

March 2007

April 2007

May 2007

June 2007

July 2007

August 2007

September 2007

October 2007

November 2007

December 2007

March 2005[edit]

March 27 2005[edit]

Murat Kurnaz Turkey
Omar Khadr Canada

July 2005[edit]

July 30 2005[edit]

Salim Ahmed Hamdan Yemen


September 2005[edit]

September 3 2005[edit]

Hisham Sliti Tunis

September 5 2005[edit]

Salah Abdul Rasool Al Blooshi Bahrain
Majid Mahmud Abdu Ahmad
Essa Al Murbati Bahrain
Juma Mohammed Abdul Latif Al Dossary Bahrain 13 suicide attempts
Shaikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa Bahrain

September 10 2005[edit]

September 10 2005
Martin Mubanga United Kingdom

September 18 2005[edit]

Majid Mahmud Abdu Ahmad
Asif Iqbal (Guantanamo detainee 87) United Kingdom
Shaker Aamer Saudi Arabia
  • UK resident
  • Negotiated the end of the July 2005 hunger strike.

September 20 2005[edit]

Jaralla Saleh Mohammed Kahla Al Marri Qatar

September 23 2005[edit]

Majid Mahmud Abdu Ahmad
Jalal Salam Bin Amer Yemen
Sadeq Muhammad Sa'id Ismail Yemen
Muktar Yahya Najee Al Warafi Yemen
Sabir Mahfouz Lahmar Bosnia One of the "Algerian Six"
Bisher Amin Khalil al-Rawi Iraq
Richard Belmar United Kingdom
Fouad Mahoud Hasan Al Rabia Kuwait
Fouzi Khalid Abdullah Al Awda

September 26 2005[edit]

September 26 2005
Mohammed Ali Shah Afghanistan Trained to be a doctor in Iran during exile during the Taliban's regime.

September 29 2005[edit]

September 29 2005
Sami Al Hajj Sudan Al Jazeera cameraman
Jamil al-Banna Jordan Set up by MI5
Slimane Hadj Abderrahmane Denmark Said he wanted to fight Americans after his release.
Abdul Ghaffar (Guantanamo detainee - not in the official list) Afghanistan
  • An early release
  • Said to have returned to the battlefield
  • Said to be KIA
  • Missing from the official list of those held in military custody

October 2005[edit]

October 1 2005[edit]

October 1 2005
Abdullah Kamel Abdullah Kamel Al Kandari Kuwait

October 2 2005[edit]

October 2 2005
Abdul Khaled Ahmed Sahleh Al Bedani Saudi
Abu Bakker Qassim China Ethnic Uyghur
Lahcen Ikassrien Morocco Extradited to stand trial in Spain, acquitted.

October 3 2005[edit]

October 3 2005
Jamal Abdullah Kiyemba Uganda British resident

October 12 2005[edit]

Abdul Razeq Afghanistan
  • First captive to be released.
  • Released after just four months, because he was determined to be severely mentally ill.

November 2005[edit]

November 8 2005[edit]

Sufyian Barhoumi Algeria Faces a Guantanamo military commission
Jabran Said Wazar Al Qahtani Saudi Arabia Faces a Guantanamo military commission
Ghassan Abdallah Ghazi Al Shirbi Algeria Faces a Guantanamo military commission

December 2005[edit]

December 16 2005[edit]

December 16 2005
Saddiq Ahmad Turkistani China Born in Saudi to Uyrgur parents

December 26 2005[edit]

December 26 2005
Boudella el Hajj Bosnia One of the [[Algerian Six[[
Mustafa Ait Idir Bosnia One of the [[Algerian Six[[
Bensayah Belkacem Bosnia One of the [[Algerian Six[[


January 2006[edit]

January 11 2006[edit]

January 11 2006
Nizar Sassi France

January 20 2006[edit]

January 20 2006
Abdul Zahir (Guantanamo detainee 753) Afghanistan

January 25 2006[edit]

January 25 2006
Abd Al Aziz Sayer Uwain Al Shammeri Kuwait

January 28 2006[edit]

January 28 2006
Saad Madhi Saad Howash Al Azmi

February 2006[edit]

February 4 2006[edit]

Adil Said Al Haj Obeid Al Busayss Yemen
Mohammad Nechle Bosnia

February 25 2006[edit]

Adil Kamil Abdullah Al Wadi Bahrain
Adil Kamil Abdullah Al Wadi Bahrain

March 2006[edit]


March 1 2006[edit]

Mahmoud Abd Al Aziz Abd Al Mujahid Yemen
Abd al Malik Abd al Wahab Yemen

March 6 2006[edit]

Emad Abdalla Hassan Yemen

March 8 2006[edit]

Abdullah Khan Afghanistan Accused of being Khirullah Said Wali Khairkhwa
Bandar Ahmad Mubarak Al Jabri Saudi Arabia

March 12 2006[edit]

Djamel Ameziane Algeria

March 13 2006[edit]

Ridouane Khalid France

March 19 2006[edit]

Ziyad bin Salih bin Muhammad Al Bahooth

April 2006[edit]

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April 4 2006[edit]

Salih Uyar Turkey
Mazin Salih Musaid Saudi
Abdul Matin
Usama Hassan Ahmend Abu Kabir Jordan
Abdelaziz Kareem Salim al-Noofayee Saudi
Casio F91W
Sabri Mohammed Ebrahim

April 7 2006[edit]

Enaam Arnaout Syria
Al Kifah Refugee Center United States

April 8 2006[edit]

Malek Military Center Afghanistan
Ali Yahya Mahdi Al Raimi Yemen
Abu Abaida training camp Afghanistan
Bashir Nashir Al-Marwalah Yemen
Saeed Ahmed Mohammed Abdullah Sarem Jarabh

April 9 2006[edit]

Fahmi Abdullah Ahmed Yemen
Khaled Qasim Yemen

April 10 2006[edit]

Mosa Zi Zemmori Belgium

April 11 2006[edit]

Al-Wafa al-Igatha al-Isllamia
Faruq Ali Ahmed Yemen
Institute of Islamic Research and Teaching
Adil Zamil Abdull Mohssin Al Zamil
Abdul Aziz al-Matrafi
Omar Rajab Amin
Adil Zamil Abdull Mohssin Al Zamil
Jamaiat Al-Wafa LiRayat Al-Musenin A Gaza based NGO
Kuwaiti Joint Relief Committee

April 12 2006[edit]

Faiz Mohammed Ahmed Al Kandari Kuwait
Saifullah Paracha Pakistan
Khalid Bin Abdullah Mishal Thamer Al Hameydani
Nasir Najr Nasir Balud Al Mutayri
Ali Ahmed Mohammed Al Razehi
Atag Ali Abdoh Al-Haj
Ali Husayn Abdutlah Al Tays
Musab Omar All Al Mudwani

April 13 2006[edit]

Mohammed Mohammed Hassen Yemen
Revival of Islamic Heritage Society Kuwait
Sanabal Charitable Committee United Kingdom
Mohammed Fenaitel Mohamed Al Daihani Kuwait
Salafi University Pakistan

April 14 2006[edit]

Mourad Benchellali France
Menad Benchellali France

April 15 2006[edit]

Imad Kanouni France

April 16 2006[edit]

Montasser el-Zayat Egypt Lawyer acquainted with Zawahiri

April 17 2006[edit]

Uthman Abdul Rahim Mohammed Uthman Yemen
Yasin Qasem Muhammad Ismail Yemen
Zohair Abdul Mohammed Al-Shorabi

April 18 2006[edit]

Mishal Awad Sayaf Alhabri Saudi Suffered brain damage during a suicide attempt
Wassim Allad Omar Saudi
Rashid Abd Al Muslih Qaid Al Qa’id Saudi
Zain Ul Abedin Tajikistan
Al-ighatha al-khaira A Saudi NGO accused of ties to terrorism
Mesh Arsad Al Rashid

April 19 2006[edit]

Abdul Ghaffar Afghanistan

April 20 2006[edit]

Mohammad Fazil Afghanistan
Abdul Hafiz (terror suspect) Afghanistan

April 21 2006[edit]

Abdullah Mujahid Afghanistan
Habib Noor Afghanistan
Allah Nasir Afghanistan
Taj Mohammed Afghanistan
Abdul Rahim Muslimdost Afghanistan
Wali Mohammed (Guantanamo detainee 560) Afghanistan
Abdulrahim Kerimbakiev Kazakhstan
Noorallah Afghanistan
Mesut Sen Belgium
Shah Muhammad Pakistan

April 22 2006[edit]

Rami Bin Said Al Taibi Saudi Arabia

April 23 2006[edit]


April 24 2006[edit]

Polad Sabir Sirajov Azerbijan
Sharbat (terror suspect) Afghanistan
Norullah Noori Afghanistan
Wazim (terror suspect) Saudi Arabia I suspect a clerical error has caused a name mixup. Lots of Afghanis have just a single name -- but this guy is a Saudi.
Baridad Afghanistan Captured on February 10 2003, near Lejay, Afghanistan.
Hafizullah Afghanistan
Muhebullah Afghanistan DoD calls him Mohi Bollar
Adel Noori China
Shahzada (Guantanamo detainee 952) China
Hafez Qari Mohamed Saad Iqbal Madni Pakistan
Khalid Sulaymanjaydh Al Habayshi Saudi Arabia
Sharifullah Afghanistan
Abd Al Hadio Omar Mahmoud Faraj Syria

April 25 2006[edit]

Muhammad Surur Dakhilallah Al Utaybi Saudi Arabia
Nasrat Khan Afghanistan requested an affidavit from Rahim Wardak
Nahir Shah Afghanistan
Mohamed Abdullah Al Harbi Saudi Arabia
Hajiakbar Abdulghupur China
Said Mohammed Afghanistan
Nazargul Chaman Afghanistan
Mahbub Rahman Afghanistan
Hiztullah Nasrat Yar Afghanistan requested an affidavit from Rahim Wardak
Mohamed Rahim Afghanistan
Mohammed Yacoub Afghanistan

April 26 2006[edit]


  • Two different individuals, yet the US official list calls the Guantanamo detainee "Haji Hamidullah",
  • Another case of conflated identities?
Abdullah Wazir Afghanistan
Abdul Hakim Bukhary Saudi Arabia
Abdur Sayed Rahaman Afghanistan
  • Had two Tribunals.
  • Said he had been accused of being three different individuals.
  • Said he had been handed over to the Americans by Pakistani officials, who knew he was innocent, when he couldn't pay a bribe.
  • Rahaman seems unaware that the Americans paid a bounty for captured Taliban.
  • Rahaman was accused of being Abdur Zahid Rahman, the Taliban’s former deputy foreign minister. He explained to the tribunal that he was, in fact, Abdur Sayed Rahaman.
Mohammad Al Rahman Al Shumrani Saudi Arabia
Abdul Ghafour Afghanistan
Mohmmad Ahmad Ali Tahar Yemen
Abdul Al-Salam Al Hilal Yemen
Hozaifa Parhat China
Abdul Raham Houari Algeria
Ali Yahya Mahdi Al Raimi Yemen
Ali Husayn Abdullah Al Tays Yemen
Adel Fattough Ali Al Gazzar Egypt
Abdel Hadi Mohammed Badan Al Sebaii Sebaii Saudi Arabia

April 27 2006[edit]

Sadeq Muhammad Sa id Ismail Yemen
Faisalbad City Pakistan
  • Dozens of terroism suspects have been captured here -- including all 18 international students in one of Salafi University's dormitories.
  • There were a series of raids in Faisalbad on the first anniversary of 9-11 -- September 11 2002.
Abaidullah Afghanistan
  • ISN 762 seems to have been assigned to two different detainees
Riyad Atiq Ali Abdu Al Haj Al Radai Saudi Arabia
Abdallah Ibrahim Al Rushaydan Saudi Arabia
Sa id Salih Sa id Nashir Yemen
Abdul Rahman Abdullah Mohamed Juma Kahm Afghanistan
Adnan Muhammed Ali Al Saigh Saudi Arabia
Abdul Rahman Uthman Ahmed Saudi Arabia
Ilkham Turdbyavich Batayev Kazakhstan Prisoner of the Taliban prior to his American custody.
Mohammad Ahmed Abdullah Saleh Al Hanashi Yemen
Khalil Rahman Hafez Pakistan
Awal Gul Afghanistan
Shams Ullah Afghanistan

April 28 2006[edit]

Qari Hasan Ulla Peerzai Afghanistan
Asim Thahit Abdullah Al Khalaqi Yemen
Ehsanullah Ehsan Afghanistan Captured with some Guantanamo detainees --

location unknown.

Ahmed Adil China
Issam Hamid Al Bin Ali Al Jayfi Yemen "The detainee most likely carried an AK-47 rifle in Afghanistan."
Akhtar Mohammed Afghanistan
Akhtiar Mohammad Afghanistan
Abd Al Razzaq Abdallah Ibrahim Al Tamini
Abdul Salaam Afghanistan
Habib Rasool Afghanistan
Mohammed Ayub China

April 29 2006[edit]

Ibrahim Mahdy Achmed Zeidan Libya
Yakoub Mohammed Sudan
Mustafa Ahmed Hamlily Algeria
Issam Hamid Al Bin Ali Al Jayfi Yemen
Abd Al Razzaq Abdallah Ibrahim Al Tamini Saudi Arabia
Asim Thahit Abdullah Al Khalaqi Yemen

May 2006[edit]

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May 1 2006[edit]

Muhamed Hussein Abdallah Somalia
Abdul Hadi al Iraqi Iraq

May 3 2006[edit]

Rukniddin Fayziddinovich Sharipov Tajikistan
Camp Lajerg military training camp in Tajikistan run by Uzbeks.
Rasul Kudayev
Shamil Hajiyev Russia

May 4 2006[edit]

Jumma Jan Tajikistan Another case of mistaken identity?

May 6 2006[edit]

Arkin Mahmud China Ethnic Uighur
Ahmad Tourson China Ethnic Uighur
Adel Abdulhehim China Ethnic Uighur

May 7 2006[edit]

Yusef Abbas China Ethnic Uighur
Akhdar Qasem Basit China Ethnic Uighur
Bahtiyar Mahnut China Ethnic Uighur
Abdul Helil Mamut China Ethnic Uighur

May 8 2006[edit]

Ravil Gumarov Russia Released, then convicted of bombing a Russian gas pipeline
Timur Ishmuratov Russia Released, then convicted of bombing a Russian gas pipeline
Fanis Shaikhutdinov Russia Compatriot of Ravil Gumarov and Timur Ishmuratov.

May 9 2006[edit]

Abdullah Abdulqadirakhum China Ethnic Uighur
Abdul Haq]] China Ethnic Uighur who provided AK-47 training to Uighurs in Guantanamo.
Uighur detainees in Guantanamo China
Abdul Ghappar Abdul Rahman China Ethnic Uighur
Dawut Abdurehim China Ethnic Uighur
Ahmed Mohamed China Ethnic Uighur
Emam Abdulahat China Ethnic Uighur

May 10 2006[edit]

Abdul Haq (Northern Alliance translator) Afghanistan May have turned in Gholam Ruhani
Ali Muhammed Nasir Mohammed Saudi Arabia
Abdul Haq Wasiq Afghanistan Acting Deputy Minister of Intelligence.

May 11 2006[edit]

Khadai Dad Afghanistan Allegations in his CSRT and his ARB differ markedly.
Khan Zaman Afghanistan
Rahmatullah Afghanistan Captured on February 10 2003, near Lejay, Afghanistan.
Mohammed Ali Salem Al Zarnuki Yemen
Ahmed Abdul Qader Yemen
Mohamed Atiq Awayd Al Harbi Saudi Arabia His money, return ticket, passport and visa went missing from the evidence locker.
Salim Mahmoud Adem Mohammed Bani Amir Sudan
Yahya Samil Al Suwaymil Al Sulami Saudi Arabia
Khirullah Said Wali Khairkhwa Afghanistan Former governor of Herat
Abu Mohammed Afghanistan Testified on behalf of Muhamed Hussein Abdallah.

May 12 2006[edit]

Abdul Razzak Afghanistan
Abdul Razak (terror suspect) Afghanistan
Jalil (terror suspect) Afghanistan
Abdul Bagi Afghanistan Captured on February 10 2003, near Lejay, Afghanistan.
Alif Mohammed Afghanistan Captured on February 10 2003, near Lejay, Afghanistan.

May 13 2006[edit]

Kushky Yar Afghanistan Captured on February 10 2003, near Lejay, Afghanistan.
Abdul Wahab Afghanistan Captured on February 10 2003, near Lejay, Afghanistan.
Sami Abdul Aziz Salim Allaithy Egypt
Naserullah Afghanistan I strongly suspect that detainee ID 967 has been mixed up. This transcript describes a Saudi.
Hukumra Khan Afghanistan Arrested for owning a cell phone.
Abdul Rahman Abdul Abu Ghiyth Sulayman Yemen Another alleged owner of a Casio F91W
Maasoum Abdah Mouhammad Syria

May 14 2006[edit]

Saudi Arabia

Airat Vakhitov Russian Convicted in Russia of bombing a natural gas pipeline.

May 15 2006[edit]

Rustam Akhmyarov (Chechen leader) Chechen
Rustam Akhmyarov - Disambiguation page
Rustam Akhmyarov (Guantanamo detainee) Russian Convicted in Russia of bombing a natural gas pipeline.

May 16 2006[edit]

Bismullah Afghanistan Disambiguate the four guys named Bismullah.
Bismillah (Guantanamo ID 639) Afghanistan
Bismillah (Guantanamo ID 658) Afghanistan
Bismaullah (Guantanamo ID 960) Afghanistan
Bismullah (Guantanamo ID 968) Afghanistan

May 17 2006[edit]

Muhammad Hamid Al Qarani Chad A teenage boy when captured.
Mohammed Irfan Pakistan Disambiguation page
Bismillah (Guantanamo ID 639) Afghanistan
Bismullah (Guantanamo ID 968) Afghanistan
Bismullah Afghanistan Disambiguation page
Bismaullah (Guantanamo ID 960) Afghanistan
Bismillah (Guantanamo ID 658) Afghanistan
Abd Al Salam Ghaytan Murayyif Al Zayda Al Shihri Tunis
Yussef Mohammed Mubarak Al Shihri Saudi
Hammdidullah Afghanistan
  • Formerly president of Ariana Airlines.
  • Determined not to have been an enemy combatant after all.
Nawaf Fahad Al Otaibi Saudi

May 18 2006[edit]

Anwar Khan (Guantanamo detainee 948) Afghanistan Pages missing from his transcript...
Akhtiar Mohammed Afghanistan Disambiguation page
Akhtar Mohammed (Guantanamo detainee 845) Afghanistan
Anwar Khan (Guantanamo detainee 948) Afghanistan
Mohabet Khan Afghanistan
Nasibullah Afghanistan
Shawali Khan Afghanistan
Abdallah Tohtasinovich Magrupov Kazakhstan
Arkan Mohammad Ghafil Al Karim Iraq
Hanif Mohammed Afghanistan

May 19 2006[edit]

Hamoud al Aqla al Shuebi Saudi Arabia Various Guantanamo detainees are accused of being followers of al Aqla
Majid Idha Muhammad Al Suba I Al Qurashi
Khandan Kadir Afghanistan
Said Amir Jan Afghanistan
Abdul Ahmad Afghanistan
Ghaleb Nassar Al Bihani Yemen
Ibrahim Daif Allah Neman Al Sehli Saudi Arabia
Mohammed Mubarek Salah Al Qurbi Saudi Arabia
Juma Din Afghanistan
Gul Chaman Afghanistan
Soufian Abar Huwari Algeria
Khalid Abdallah Abdel Rahman Al Morghi Saudi Arabia
Omar Hamzayavich Abdulayev Tajikistan
Azimullah Afghanistan
Feda Ahmed Afghanistan
Mohammed Ali Abdullah Bwazir Yemen
Abdel Ghalib Ahmad Hakim Yemen
Mohammad Gul Afghanistan
Abdul Halim Sadiqi Pakistan
Mammar Ameur Algeria
Sulaiman Awath Sulaiman Bin Ageel Al Nahdi Yemen
Abdul Razak (Guantanamo detainee 219) China
Abdul Razzaq (Guantanamo detainee 923) Afghanistan
Abdul Razak (disambiguation) - Disambiguate
Mohammed Abdul Rahman Tunis
Mohammed Nasim - Disambiguate
Wali Mohammed (Guantanamo detainee 547) Afghanistan
Akhtiar Mohammed - Disambiguate
Nasibullah Afghanistan
Shawali Khan Afghanistan
Fawaz Naman Hamoud Abdallah Mahdi Yemen
Muhammad Abd Al Rahman Al Kurash
Ahmed Yaslam Said Kuman
Khalid Saud Abd Al Rahman Al Bawardi Saudi
Majid Aydha Muhammad Al Qurayshi

May 20 2006[edit]

Captured lists of al qaeda suspect's names
Mohammad Lameen Sidi Mohammad Morocco
Murtada Ali Said Maqram - Doesn't seem to have a detainee ID...
Ghallab Bashir - Doesn't seem to have a detainee ID...
Sofiane Haderbache - Doesn't seem to have a detainee ID...
Musa Ali Said Al Said Al Umari - Doesn't seem to have a detainee ID...

May 21 2006[edit]

Jabir Hasan Muhamed Al Qahtani Saudi Arabia
Al Qahtani (disambiguation)
Said Muhammad Husayn Qahtani
Abdullah Hamid Al Qahtani
Khalid Mallah Shayi Al Jilba Al Qahtani

May 22 2006[edit]

Mohammed Ismail Afghanistan
Bryan Del Monte USA Deputy director for political development and international issues in the Office of Detainee.
Ali Muhammad Nasir Muhammad Said Yemen
Rufus Pennington USA A pro bono attorney for a Yemeni detainee.
Abdallah Saleh Ali Al Ajmi Kuwait
User:Geo Swan/working/Alleged terrorist organizations with which Guantanamo detainees are accused of association

May 23 2006[edit]

Abd Al Rahim Abdul Rassak Janko Syria
Abdullah Gulam Rasoul Afghanistan
Fahed Abdullah Ahmad Ghazi Yemen
Sahkhrukh Hamiduva Uzbekistan
Zia Ul Shah Pakistan

May 24 2006[edit]

Saed Khatem Al Malki Saudi
Muhammad Ben Moujan Morocco
Assem Matruq Mohammad Al Aasmi Saudi Arabia
Muhammed Yahia Mosin Al Zayla Saudi Arabia
Muhamad Naji Subhi Al Juhani Saudi Arabia
Yusif Khalil Abdallah Nur Saudi Arabia
Fahd Umr Abd Al Majid Al Sharif Saudi
Fahed Nasser Mohamed Saudi Arabia
Yusef Abdallah Saleh Al Rabiesh Saudi Arabia
Abdul Rauf Aliza
Samir Naji Al Hasan Moqbel Yemen
Muhammad Ahmad Abdallah Al Ansi Yemen
Muhammed Ijaz Khan Pakistan
Abdul Sattar Pakistan
Mohammed Ahmad Said Al Edah Yemen
Salam Abdullah Said Saudi
Abdul Aziz Saad Al Khaldi Saudi
Ali Abdul Motalib Awayd Hassan Al Tayeea
Fazaldad Pakistan
Adil Mabrouk Bin Hamida Tunis
Saed Khatem Al Malki Saudi
Sharaf Ahmad Muhammad Masud Yemen
Fahd Salih Sulayman Al Jutayli Saudi
Abdul Rahman Owaid Mohammad Al Juaid Saudi
Fahd Salih Sulayman Al Jutayli Saudi
Saleh Ali Jaid Al Khathami Saudi
Muhsin Muhammad Musheen Moqbill Yemen
Muhammad Abd Allah Mansur Al Futuri Libya
Yunis Abdurrahman Shokuri Morocco
Mohammed Ahmed Ali Al Asadi Yemen
Abdul Rahman Ma Ath Thafir Al Amri Saudi

May 25 2006[edit]

May 25 2006
Humud Dakhil Humud Sa'id Al Jad'an Saudi Arabia
Faris Muslim Al Ansari Afghanistan
Mohammed Abd Al Al Qadir Algeria
Ghanim Abdul Rahman Al Harbi Saudi Arabia
Mahrar Rafat Al Quwari West Bank
Mohammed Sulaymon Barre Somaliland
Abdul Nasir (Guantanamo detainee 874) Afghanistan
Mohammad Nasim (Guantanamo detainee 958) Afghanistan
Abdul Razak (Guantanamo detainee 1043) Afghanistan
Jalil Afghanistan
Abid Raza Pakistan
Ali Husein Muhammad Shaaban Syria
Ohmed Ahmed Mahamoud Al Shurfa Saudi
Abdullah Al Tayabi Saudi
Abd Al Nasir Mohammed Abd Al Qadir Khantumani Syria
Adil Uqla Hassan Al Nusayri Saudi Arabia
Muhammad Abd Al Nasir Muhammad Khantumani Syria
Khalid Hassan Husayn Al Barakat Saudi Arabia
Said Muhammed Salih Hatim Yemen
Mohammed Abdullah Al Hamiri Yemen
Abd Al Aziz Muhammad Ibrahim Al Nasir Saudi Arabia
Tariqe Shallah Hassan Al Harbi Saudi Arabia
Abdul Aziz Abdul Rahman Abdul Aziz Al Baddah Saudi Arabia
Ashraf Salim Abd Al Salam Sultan Libya
Yasim Muhammed Basardah Yemen
Al Silm Haji Hajjaj Awwad Al Hajjaji Saudi Arabia
Nabil Hadjarab Algeria
Hani Abdual Muslih Al Shulan Yemen
Umar Abdullah Al Kunduzi Afghanistan
Sa ad Ibraham Sa ad Al Bidna Saudi Arabia
Bessam Muhammed Saleh Al Dubaikey Saudi Arabia
Abdul Majid Muhammed Iran
Abdul Rahman (Guantanamo detainee 357) Afghanistan
Abd Al Hizani Saudi Arabia
Jawad Jabber Sadkhan Iraq
Faizal Saha Al Nasir Saudi Arabia
Abu Bakir Jamaludinovich Uzbekistan
Abib Sarajuddin Afghanistan
Gul Zaman Afghanistan
Mohammed Rafiq (terror suspect) Pakistan
Fizaulla Rahman Afghanistan
Mohammed Ahmed Said Haidel Yemen
Abdul Bin Mohammed Bin Abess Ourgy Tunis
Sultan Sari Sayel Al Anazi Saudi Arabia
Salman Yahya Hassan Mohammed Rabeii Yemen
Mohammed Nasir Yahya Khusruf Yemen
Ghanim Abdul Rahman Al Harbi Saudi Arabia
Dawd Gul Afghanistan
Mohammed Sharif Afghanistan
Tariq Mahmoud Ahmed Al Sawah Bosnia
Muhibullah (Guantanamo detainee 546) Afghanistan
Fahmi Salem Said Al Sani Yemen
Slah Muhamed Salih Al Zabe Saudi Arabia
Mansoor Muhammed Ali Qattaa Uzbekistan
Hamoud Abdullah Hamoud Hassan Al Wady Yemen
Mutij Sadiz Ahmad Sayab
Padsha Wazir
Sameur Abdenour
Qari Esmhatullat Afghanistan
Khalid Mahomoud Abdul Wahab Al Asmr
Abdullah Mohammad Khan Uzbekistan
Kamalludin Kasimbekov Uzbekistan
Zakirjan Asam Uzbekistan
Abdullah Hekmat
Mohammed Ahmed Salam Yemen
Fayad Yahya Ahmed Yemen
Omar Khalifa Mohammed Abu Bakr Libya
Ahmed Bin Kadr Labed Algeria
Karam Khamis Sayd Khamsan Yemen
Noor Uthman Muhammaed
Abdul Rauf Omar Mohammed Abu Al Qusin
Hammad Ali Amno Gadallah
Fethi Boucetta
Mustafa Ibrahim Mustafa Al Hassan
Abbas Habid Rumi Al Naely
Sabar Lal Melma
Qalandar Shah
Mohammad Nabi Omari
Shahwali Zair Mohammed Shaheen Naqeebyllah
Rasool Shahwali Zair Mohammed Mohammed
Ha Il Aziz Ahmed Al Maythali
Amin Ullah
Mohammed Nasim (Guantanamo detainee 849)
Mohammed Hashim
Nasrullah (Guantanamo detainee 886)
Esmatulla Guantanamo detainee 888)
Rahmatullah Sangaryar
Rafiq Bin Bashir Bin Jalud Al Hami
Mohamed Jawad
Faiz Ullah
Shardar Khan
Habib Rahman
Swar Khan
Abdul Qudus
Khi Ali Gul
Abdul Ghani (Guantanamo detainee 943)
Hassan Adel Hussein
Abdul Ghani (Guantanamo detainee 934)
Abdul Zahor
Mohammed Quasam
Bostan Karim
Kako Kandahari
Ghalib (Guantanamo detainee 987)
Hafizullah Shabaz Khail
Hussein Salem Mohammed
Aminullah Baryalai Tukhi
Mohammed Mustafa Sohail
Sada Jan
Mohommad Zahir
Mohammed Aman
Sanad Ali Yislam Al-Kazimi
Mohammed Mussa Yakubi

May 26 2006[edit]

User:Geo Swan/working/Suicides attempts by Guantanamo detainees

May 27 2006[edit]

Khalid al-'Unaizi Saudi Doesn't appear to be listed on the official list
Saleh Abdall Al Oshan Saudi Transferred to Saudi custody July 20 2005.

May 28 2006[edit]

Walid Mohammad Haj Mohammad Ali Sudan Freed. Worked for the Revival of Islamic Heritage Society
Ziad Said Farg Jahdari Saudi

Walid Mohammad Haj Mohammad Ali

May 29 2006[edit]

Zafar Iqbal (Guantanamo detainee 014) Pakistan
Salah Muhammad Salih Al Dhabi
Ali Mohsen Salih
Walid Said Bin Said Zaid Yemen
Saiid Farhi Algeria

May 30 2006[edit]

Union Beverage Company USA Accused of ties to Islamic terrorism even though this American company is a corporate sponsor of the Shoah Foundation.[1]

May 31 2006[edit]

Ahmed Muhammed Haza Al Darbi Saudi Arabia

June 2006[edit]

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June 1 2006[edit]

June 1 2006

June 2 2006[edit]

June 2 2006
Jan Mohammed (Guantanamo detainee) Afghanistan One of the first detainees to be released, he seems to be missing from the official list.

June 4 2006[edit]

June 4 2006
Fahed Al Harazi Saudi Detainees name was found on a roster of the Military Committee Al-Mujahidin Affairs Office, outlining a by-name list of nominees for the Al Qaida Trainers Preparation Course.[2]
Buad Thif Allah Al Atabi Saudi
  • "Detainee was the assistant commander to (Abu Turab) in the Arab Brigade.[3]
  • "Usama Bin ((Laden))(UBL) could be considered the commander-in-chief of the Arab Brigade."

June 5 2006[edit]

June 5 2006

June 6 2006[edit]

June 6 2006

June 7 2006[edit]

June 7 2006

June 8 2006[edit]

June 8 2006
Ibrahim Fauzee Maldives Determined not to have been an enemy combatant after all.

June 9 2006[edit]

June 9 2006

June 10 2006[edit]

June 10 2006

June 11 2006[edit]

June 11 2006
Maniy bin Shaman al-Otaibi alternatively
Mani bin Shaman bin Turki al Habradi
Saudi Arabia Committed suicide on June 10 2006.
Yasser Talal Al Zahrani alternatively
Yasser Talal Abdullah Yahya al Zahran
Saudi Arabia Committed suicide on June 10 2006.

June 12 2006[edit]

June 12 2006
Ali Abdullah Ahmed Yemen Committed suicide June 10 2006

June 13 2006[edit]

June 13 2006
Minors detained in the global war on terror

June 14 2006[edit]

June 14 2006

June 15 2006[edit]

June 15 2006

June 16 2006[edit]

June 16 2006

June 17 2006[edit]

June 17 2006

June 18 2006[edit]

June 18 2006

June 19 2006[edit]

June 19 2006
Ahmed Rashidi Morocco
  • Lawyer believes him to be mentally ill.
  • Commandant said guards calls him "The General" and see him as a ringleader.
User:Geo Swan/working/American counter-terrorist allegations against Tabligh Jama'at

June 20 2006[edit]

June 20 2006
Khalid Rashid Pakistan Some reports speculate he was transferred to Guantanamo in late 2005.

June 21 2006[edit]

June 21 2006

June 22 2006[edit]

June 22 2006
Jabi Jubran Al Fayfi Saudi Arabia Factors...

June 23 2006[edit]

June 23 2006

June 24 2006[edit]

June 24 2006

June 25 2006[edit]

June 25 2006

June 26 2006[edit]

June 26 2006
Patrice Mangin - forensic pathologist heading the independent committee to provide 2nd autopsies to the three suicides.
Othman Ahmad Othman al-Ghamdi Saudi One of 14 men released in late June 2006.
Musa Abed Al Wahab Saudi One of 14 men released in late June 2006.

June 27 2006[edit]

June 27 2006

June 28 2006[edit]

June 28 2006

June 29 2006[edit]

June 29 2006
Detention, Treatment, and Trial of Certain Non-Citizens in the War Against Terrorism President Bush's Military Order number one, November 13 2001.

June 30 2006[edit]

June 30 2006

July 2006[edit]

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July 1 2006[edit]

July 1 2006
Yaldeshev (Uzbek militant) Uzbekistan
  • Alleged to be a leader of an Uzbek militant group allied to the Taliban.

July 7 2006[edit]

July 7 2006
Laid Saidi

July 8 2006[edit]

July 8 2006
User:Geo Swan/working/Zaynab Khadr Canada Sibling of two Guantanamo detainees.

July 14 2006[edit]

July 14 2006
James M. McGarrah USA Director of the Office of the Administrative Review of the Detention of Enemy Combatants
American prisoners who were also Taliban prisoners
Mauretanians held in Guantanamo

July 15 2006[edit]

July 15 2006
Mohammed Al Amin Mauretania Amnesty International claims him, but he is not on either official list.

July 16 2006[edit]

July 16 2006
Wisam ‘Abd al-Rahman Ahmed Jordan Repatriated in April 2004.
User:Geo Swan/working/Guantanamo and the Geneva Conventions

July 17 2006[edit]

July 17 2006
Aziz Abdul Naji Algeria
Image:Thuraya 1120RentalKit400340.jpg Afghanistan image of the Thuraya satellite phone a common cell phone in the mid-east.
Image:SolarPort ThurayaCharging 306346.jpg Afghanistan image of the Thuraya satellite phone a common cell phone in the mid-east.
Thuraya satellite phone Afghanistan A common cell phone in the mid-east.
Abdul Rahman Umir Al Qyati Yemen
Wisam ‘Abd al-Rahman Ahmed Jordan
Sakhi Dad Mujahid Afghanistan A Taliban leader, not a Guantanamo detainee...

July 18 2006[edit]

July 18 2006
Mohamed Anwar Kurd Iran
Qulio Urdo training camp

July 19 2006[edit]

July 19 2006
Abu Obeida training camp Afghanistan
Asil training camp Afghanistan
Zaid Muhamamd Sa'id Al Husayn Saudi Arabia
Nayif Abdallah Ibrahim Al Nukhaylan Saudi Arabia
Murtadha Al Said Makram Saudi Arabia
Saleh Mohamed Al Zuba Yemen

July 20 2006[edit]

July 20 2006
Abdullah Yahia Yousf Al Shabli Saudi Arabia factors
Umran Bakr Muhammad Hawsawi Saudi Arabia factors
Mustafa Abdul Qawi Abdul Aziz Al Shamyri Yemen factors
Abdul Rahman Mohamed Saleh Naser Yemen factors
Khalid Abd Jal Jabbar Muhammad Juthman Al Qadasi Yemen factors
Abdul Hakim Abdul Rahman Abdulaziz Al Mousa Saudi Arabia factors
Riyad Bil Mohammed Tahir Nasseri Tunisia factors
Saad Masir Mukbl Al Azani Yemen factors

July 21 2006[edit]

July 21 2006
Ahmed Hassan Jamil Suleyman Jordan factors (unfinished)
Ahmed Bin Saleh Bel Bacha Algeria factors (unfinished)
Kahlid Saad Mohammed Saudi Arabia factors (unfinished)
Abdul Al Saleh Yemen factors (unfinished)
Tariq Shallah Hasan Al Alawi Al Harbi Saudi Arabia factors (unfinished)
Bader Al Bakri Al Samiri Saudi Arabia factors (unfinished)
Yusef Abdullah Saleh Al Rabiesh Saudi Arabia factors (unfinished)
Hani Saiid Mohammad Al Khalif Saudi Arabia factors (unfinished)
Abdul Rahman Nashi Badi Al Hataybi Saudi Arabia factors (unfinished)
Fahd Muhammed Abdullah Al Fouzan Saudi Arabia factors (unfinished)
Ridah Bin Saleh Al Yazidi Tunisia factors
Lufti Bin Swei Lagha Tunisia factors

July 22 2006[edit]

Witnesses requested by Guantanamo detainees

August 2006[edit]

August 20 2006[edit]

Khaled Ben Mustafa France

August 21 2006[edit]

August 21 2006
Mohammad Sanghir Pakistan an early Guantanamo release -- suing the US for $10 million.
Menhal Al Henali Syria Al Henali was released prior to the institution of the Combatant Status Review Tribunals. Fethi Boucetta requested his testimony at his Combatant Status Review Tribunal. He was told Al Henali could not be located -- even though the USA tracks all released detainees.

August 23 2006[edit]

August 23 2006
Ala Abdel Maqsud Muhammad Salim Egypt Combatant Status Review Tribunal determined he was not an enemy combatant, but he can't be sent to Egypt, because he was previously tortured there.

August 24 2006[edit]

User:Geo Swan/working/Guantanamo related articles which have been nominated for deletion

August 27 2006[edit]

Sarajudim Afghanistan
  • Sarajudium was one of the first detainees to be released, being released on 2003 March 22.
  • Missing from the official list

August 28 2006[edit]

August 28 2006
User:Geo Swan/working/Guantanamo stubs, not expanded

August 31 2006[edit]

August 31 2006
User:Geo Swan/shadow/Guantanamo related articles which have been nominated for deletion

September 2006[edit]

September 1 2006[edit]

User:Geo Swan/shadow/Guantanamo related articles which have been nominated for deletion/opinion count

September 11 2006[edit]

User:Geo Swan/working/Official DoD release of Guantanamo detainees identities Tajikistan Sent to Guantanamo even though his first real interrogator determined he was innocent.

September 14 2006[edit]

Muhibullo Abdulkarim Umarov Tajikistan Sent to Guantanamo even though his first real interrogator determined he was innocent.

September 15 2006[edit]

Mazharudin Tajikistan Captured in Pakistan during a routine round up

October 2006[edit]

October 1 2006[edit]

Image:Field Manual - Human Intelligence Collector Operations 529 x 352 - lo.jpg USA

October 3 2006[edit]

Said Boujaadia Morocco No CSRT transcript, but his "Summary of Evidence" memo had his ID number penned on it.
User:Geo Swan/working/Summary of Evidence memos

October 4 2006[edit]

Sultan Ahmed Dirdeer Musa Al Uwaydha Saudi No CSRT transcript, but his "Summary of Evidence" memo had his ID number penned on it.
Fayiz Ahmad Yahia Suleiman Yemen No CSRT transcript, but his "Summary of Evidence" memo had his ID number penned on it.

October 5 2006[edit]

Fadil Husayn Salih Hintif Yemen Didn't attend his CSRT, but his Summary of Evidence memo had his ID number on it.
Tunisian Combat Group Tunisia
Category:Alleged Al Wafa associates
Abdul Haddi Bin Hadiddi Tunisia Didn't attend his CSRT, but his Summary of Evidence memo had his ID number on it.
Ibrahim Muhammed Ibrahim Al Nasir Saudi Arabia Didn't attend his CSRT, but his Summary of Evidence memo had his ID number on it.

October 6 2006[edit]

Majid Al Barayan Saudi Didn't attend his CSRT, but his Summary of Evidence memo had his ID number on it.
Mohammed Kamin Afghanistan Didn't attend his CSRT, but his Summary of Evidence memo had his ID number on it.
Mehrabanb Fazrollah Tajikistan Didn't attend his CSRT, but his Summary of Evidence memo had his ID number on it.
Mashur Abdallah Muqbil Ahmed Al Sabri Yemen Didn't attend his CSRT, but his Summary of Evidence memo had his ID number on it.
Said Bezan Ashek Shayban Saudi Didn't attend his CSRT, but his Summary of Evidence memo had his ID number on it.

October 12 2006[edit]

Abdur Rahim (unnumbered Guantanamo detainee) Afghanistan not on the official list

October 14 2006[edit]

Heather Cerveny USA Defense paralegal who swore an affidavit about detainee abuse.
Al-Qaeda safe house Afghanistan

October 18 2006[edit]

Guantanamo detainees who officially reported abuse

October 19 2006[edit]

Yakub Abahanov Kazakhstan CSRT Summary
Abdullah Ali Al Utaybi Saudi Arabia CSRT Summary
Tank Nafaz Shariati Muhammed Molakand Organization

October 23 2006[edit]

Mirza Mohammed Pakistan Repatriated prior to the CSRT. Subsequently released...
Abdul Karim (Guantanamo detainee 520) Pakistan Repatriated prior to the CSRT. Subsequently


Abdul Kabir Afghanistan Alleged to be a Taliban leader.

October 24 2006[edit]

Abdul Baqi (Guantanamo detainee 656) Afghanistan

October 27 2006[edit]

Category:Guantanamo detainees known to have been released

November 2006[edit]

November 4 2006[edit]

User:Geo Swan/mysteries/Guantanamo detainees whose identity is in doubt
User:Geo Swan/mysteries/Guantanamo detainees and the Afghanistan drug trade

November 7 2006[edit]

Category:Uzbekistani extrajudicial prisoners of the United States

November 10 2006[edit]

Sangar Rihad Mauritia An individual mentioned in various Summayr of Evidence memos as a Taliban leader.
Abdul Razzaq (Taliban leader in Khandahar) Afghanistan An individual mentioned in various Summayr of Evidence memos as a Taliban leader.

November 13 2006[edit]

Mohammed Ouali Morocco Identity in doubt -- not listed on the official list
Najib Mohammad Lahassimi Morocco

November 14 2006[edit]

Moroccans detained in Guantanamo

November 15 2006[edit]

Ravil Mingazov Russia
Shawki Awad Balzuhair Yemen Summary memo
Ayoub Murshid Ali Saleh Yemen Summary memo
Zahar Omar Hamis Bin Hamdoun Yemen Summary memo
Khalid Mohammed Salih Al Dhuby Yemen Summary memo
Amran Baqur Mohammed Hawsawi Saudi Arabia Summary memo
Moammar Badawi Dokhan Syria Summary memo
Tarek Ali Abdullah Ahmed Baada Yemen Summary memo
Turki Mash Awi Zayid Al Asiri Saudi Arabia Summary memo
Mahmoud Omar Mohammed Bin Atef Yemen Summary memo
Muhhammad Said Bin Salem Yemen Summary memo
Muieen A Deen Jamal A Deen Abd Al Fusal Abd Al Sattar United Arab Emirates Summary memo
Abu Bakr Ibn Ali Muhhammad Alahdal Yemen Summary memo
Toufiq Saber Muhammad Al Marwa’i Yemen Summary memo
Ibrahim Othman Ibrahim Idris Yemen Summary memo
Idris Ahmed Abdu Qader Idris Yemen Summary memo
Al Khadr Abdallah Muhammed Al Yafi Yemen Summary memo
Ahmed Umar Abdullah al Hikimi Yemen Summary memo
Muaz Hamza Ahmad Al Alawi Yemen Summary memo
Najib Mohammad Lahassimi Morocco Summary memo
Nag Mohammed China Summary memo
Salman Saad Al Khadi Mohammed Saudi Arabia Summary memo
Salem Ahmed Hadi Yemen Summary memo, identity confusion

November 17 2006[edit]

Mahmud Salem Horan Mohammed Mutlak Al Ali Syria CSRT allegations along...
Category:Uyghur people
User:Geo Swan/working/Denbeaux
June 10th Suicides at Guantánamo

November 19 2006[edit]

Al Qaida safe house, Karachi Afghanistan

December 2006[edit]

December 1 2006[edit]

December 1 2006
User:Geo Swan/Guantanamo/dialogs

December 4 2006[edit]

December 4 2006
Hamid al-Razak Afghanistan Not on the official list. Had an appeal heard in a Washington court.
Naval Consolidated Brig, Charleston

December 13 2006[edit]

December 13 2006
Abdel Hamid Ibn Abdussalem Ibn Mifta Al Ghazzawi Libya 1st CSRT cleared him. Extraordinary 2nd CSRT reversed this. H. Candace Gorman is his attorney.

December 16 2006[edit]

December 16 2006
Mohammed Salim (Bagram detainee)

December 17 2006[edit]

December 17 2006
Mubarak Hussain Bin Abul Hashem Bangladesh
  • Released.

December 19 2006[edit]

December 19 2006
Jeffrey Groharing

December 27 2006[edit]

December 27 2006
Tablighi Jamaat and allegations of terrorism
User:Geo Swan/Guantanamo/Guantanamo articles cited by external articles

December 30 2006[edit]

Ali Sher Hamidullah Afghanistan or
  • Official list of April 20 lists one ID number.
  • Official list of May 15 lists another ID number.
User:Geo Swan/Guantanamo/two names

December 31 2006[edit]

December 31 2006
Fawaz Abd Al Aziz Al Zahrani

January 2007[edit]

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2007 January 5[edit]

2007 January 6[edit]

Abdul Samad Egypt
  • Released
  • Leg was amputated in Guantanamo in 2005.
Jim Dorsey USA a Guantanamo Attorney

2007 January 12[edit]

Ali Hamza Ahmed Suleiman Al Bahlul
Ali Hamza Ahmed Sulayman Ismail
  • Released.
  • Name was spelled inconsistently on the two official lists

February 2007[edit]

March 2007[edit]

April 2007[edit]

May 2007[edit]

June 2007[edit]

July 2007[edit]

August 2007[edit]

September 2007[edit]

October 2007[edit]

November 2007[edit]

December 2007[edit]