Algerian Detainees At Guantanamo Bay - Algerian Detainees in Guantanamo

Algerian Detainees in Guantanamo

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70 Abdul Raham Houari 2002-02-08 2008-07-02
175 Hassan Mujamma Rabai Said 2002-05-01 2009-01-17
  • Allegedly named on a list of persons associated with a senior al Qaeda member," from captured hard drives.
  • Allegedly "attended the Al Farouq training camp."
  • Allegedly an "Osama bin Laden bodyguard".
  • Allegedly captured with thirty other Arabs on December 15, 2001.
  • Allegedly served as a supply clerk in Tora Bora.
  • Allegedly named on multiple suspicious lists.
  • Held in Guantanamo as of November 25, 2008.
238 Nabil Said Hadjarab 2002-02-15
  • Allegedly attended the Finsbury Park Mosque in London, United Kingdom.
  • Allegedly stayed at Zacharia's house in Jalalabad in 2001. Zacharia allegedly gave him a rifle for self-defense.
  • Allegedly met someone who planned to set off a radiological bomb in the USA.
  • Denied receiving military training in Afghanistan.
  • Denied knowing anyone in Al Qaida.
  • Denied engaging in any hostilities.
  • Denied knowing Afghanistan was a haven for terrorists.
  • Still held in Guantanamo as of November 25, 2008.
284 Mohammed Abd Al Al Qadir 2002-01-21 2008-08-25
  • Allegedly trained at an Afghan military camp.
  • Allegedly stayed at a suspect guest house.
  • Allegedly a member of suspect groups.
  • Repatriated on August 26, 2008.
  • Repatriated on August 25, 2008.
288 Mutij Sadiz Ahmad Sayab 2002-01-21
  • Allegedly stayed at suspect guest houses.
  • Arrested after fleeing to Pakistan two weeks after 9-11.
  • Allegedly knew about the attacks of 9-11.
  • Still held in Guantanamo as of November 25, 2008.
290 Ahmed Bin Saleh Bel Bacha 2002-02-09
  • Allegedly attended the Finsbury Park Mosque in London United Kingdom.
  • Allegedly stayed at suspect guest house.
  • Allegedly stayed with al Qaeda leaders in Afghanistan.
  • Allegedly met Osama bin Laden.
  • Still held in Guantanamo as of November 25, 2008.
292 Abdulli Feghoul 2002-02-15 2008-08-25
  • Repatriated on August 26, 2008.
310 Djamel Ameziane 2002-02-12
  • Allegedly worshipped at suspicious mosques in Montreal.
  • Allegedly stayed at suspect guest houses in Afghanistan.
  • Allegedly traveled through Tora Bora during the American aerial bombardment of Afghanistan.
  • Allegedly present when other detainees attempted to escape after a bush crash.
  • Still held in Guantanamo as of November 25, 2008.
311 Farhi Saeed bin Mohammed 2002-02-11
  • Tribunal panel 15 convened on both 21 October 2004 and 27 October 2004, and confirmed Saiid Farhi's "enemy combatant" status in his absence.
  • Lived in Europe during the 1990s.
  • Allegedly trained at an Afghanistan military camp.
  • Testified that he traveled to Afghanistan in mid-2001 solely to get married. Testified that he had never heard of al Qaeda prior to its attacks on 9-11.
  • Traveled on a stolen passport.
  • Passed by, and stopped at a funeral that might have been attended by Osama bin Laden.
  • Still held in Guantanamo as of November 25, 2008.
533 Hassan Zumiri 2002-05-01 2010-01-20
  • Allegedly traveled on a stolen passport.
  • Loaned Ahmed Ressam $3,500 and a video camera, prior to his attempt to bomb Los Angeles Airport.
  • Allegedly engaged in bank fraud during the five years he spent in Canada.
659 Sameur Abdenour 2002-06-16 2007-12-19
  • Allegedly trained at an Afghan military camp.
  • Testified he was a legal resident of the United Kingdom, and that he had traveled legally to Afghanistan.
  • Returned to the UK along with three other legal residents on December 19, 2007. He was questioned and released without charges the next day.
694 Sufyian Barhoumi 2002-06-18
  • Faces charges before a Guantanamo military commission.
  • Captured in the same Faisalabad safe house as four other detainees who faced charges before a Guantanamo military commission.
  • Alleged to be a bomb-maker, allegedly trained others in how to make bombs.
  • Allegedly trained at Afghan military camps.
  • Lost fingers during an explosion. He says he lost his finger being trained to clear land mines. US intelligence claims he lost his fingers when receiving military training.
  • Attended his Tribunal with his legs in bandages, told his Tribunal his wounds were the result of abuse at Guantanamo.
  • Denied allegations he planned to plant bombs in the USA.
  • Still held in Guantanamo as of November 25, 2008.
703 Ahmed bin Kadr Labed 2002-08-05 2008-11-10
  • Allegedly trained at an Afghan military training camp.
  • Captured in safe house in Faisalabad with five other men who were to face charges before a Guantanamo military camp.
  • Allegedly served on the front line.
  • Allegedly spent most of the 1990s supporting himself with petty crime in Europe.
  • Ahmed claimed he traveled to Afghanistan to buy drugs.
  • Confirmed serving on the third, support line when the Taliban faced the Northern Alliance, in late 2001.
  • Alleged to have been smuggled from Afghanistan to Pakistan in December 2001 with José Padilla, and to have had knowledge of the dirty bomb that American counter-terrorism resources had once believed Padilla had been involved with.
  • Still held in Guantanamo as of November 25, 2008.
705 Mustafa Ahmed Hamlily 2002-08-05 2008-07-02
  • Worked for charities that were suspected of ties to al Qaeda.
  • Testified he spent ten years as a humanitarian aid worker in Pakistan.
  • Repatriated on July 2, 2008.
718 Fethi Boucetta 2002-08-05 2006-11-17
  • Arrested in the Pakistani refugee camp where he both lived and worked.
  • Had never been to Afghanistan, and denied any ties to terrorism.
  • Determined never to have been an enemy combatant after all.
  • Transferred to a refugee camp in Albania on November 17, 2006.
744 Aziz Abdul Naji 2002-08-05 2010-07-20
  • Won his habeas corpus.
  • Transferred to Algeria against his will.
939 Mammar Ameur 2003-03-23 2008-10-06
  • Allegedly captured in a "safe house".
  • Worked for a charity alleged to have an association with a terrorist group.
  • His Personal Representative refused to leave copies of the OARDEC documents he was required to provide to him in violation of rules for conducting Tribunals.
  • The testimony of the witness he requested was ruled "not reasonably available".
  • Testified he was captured in his family home, not a safe house.
  • Testified that the allegation presented to his Tribunal were all false, and that some were brand new—allegations that had never been asked during his many interrogations.
  • Repatriated on 2008 October 8.
1016 Soufian Abar Huwari 2003-05-09 2008-10-06
1452 Adil Hadi bin Hamlili 2010-01-20


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