Ammar Al-Baluchi

Ammar al-Baluchi (Arabic: عمار البلوشية‎, ʾAmmār al-Balūshī; also transliterated as Amar al-Balochi, also known as Ali Abdul Aziz Ali, or Ali Abd al-Aziz Ali) is in U.S. custody at Guantanamo Bay detention camp.

U.S. officials allege that the majority of money that came to the United Arab Emirates hijackers from the September 11 attacks was transferred through Baluchi and Mustafa al-Hawsawi. The 9/11 Commission reported that he "helped them with plane tickets, traveler's checks, and hotel reservations", and "taught them about everyday aspects of life in the West, such as purchasing clothes and ordering food". In his defence, Baluchi claims that he often helped people in Dubai with such things to supplement his income, and he had no way of knowing whether any of them were criminals.

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