Dawut Abdurehim

Dawut Abdurehim is an Uyghur refugee best known for the more than seven years he spent in the United States Guantanamo Bay detention camps, in Cuba. American intelligence analysts estimate Abdurehim was born in 1974, in Ghulja, China and assigned him the Internment Serial Number 289.

Abdulrehim is one of the 22 Uighurs held in Guantanamo for many years despite it became clear early on that they were innocent.

He won his habeas corpus in 2008. Judge Ricardo Urbina declared his detention as unlawful and ordered to set him free in the United States. He was sent to Palau in October 2009.

Read more about Dawut AbdurehimCombatant Status Review, Dawut Abdurehim V. George W. Bush, Testimony On Behalf of Abdul Razak, Current Status, Temporary Asylum in Palau

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