‘Off the record’ secret CIA detention/ list of Detainees

 

The names listed below are from Cage Prisoners.com
http://www.cageprisoners.com/downloads/Off_the_Record_Report.pdf
This is the report ‘Off the record’ secret CIA detention
refers to regarding the 39 detainees

These are the agencies that researched and compiled the list.

Amnesty International

Cage Prisoners

Center for Human Rights and Global Justice

Human Rights Watch

Center For Constitutional Rights

REPRIEVE

The report is a 21 page pdf. I have posted Categories and names of detainees, where and when arrested. The pdf is long and contains many details.

This is just a summary. For the full report go to:

http://www.cageprisoners.com/downloads/Off_the_Record_Report.pdf

 

List of Detainees

Category 1: Individuals whose detention by the United States has been officially acknowledged and whose fate and whereabouts remain unknown.

Hassan Ghul
On January 23, 2004, Ghul, a national of Pakistan, was apprehended in northern Iraq

Ali Abd al-Rahman al-Faqasi al-Ghamdi (Abu Bakr al Azdi)

In May or June 2003, al-Ghamdi, a national of Saudi Arabia, turned himself in to authorities in
Medina, Saudi Arabia, reportedly because his wife had been arrested several weeks earlier.
Ali Abdul-Hamid al-Fakhiri (Ali Abd-al-Hamid al-Fakhiri, Ibn al-Shaykh al-Libi)

Around November 11, 2001, al-Fakhiri, a national of Libya, was apprehended in Kohat, Pakistan

Category 2: Individuals about whom there is strong evidence, including witness testimony, of secret detention by the United States and whose fate and whereabouts remain unknown.

Mustafa Setmariam Nasar (Abu Musab al-Suri, Umar Abd al-Hakim)
On or about November 1, 2005, Nasar, a dual Syrian-Spanish citizen, was apprehended in
Quetta, Pakistan, by Pakistani officials.

Two, possibly three, Somalis [Names Unknown] (one of whom is either Shoeab as-Somali
or Rethwan as-Somali)*

Sometime prior to December 2004, two Somali nationals were apprehended and detained in a secret U.S. detention facility.

Mohammed Naeem Noor Khan (Abu Talha, Abu Talaha)

On July 13, 2004, Khan, a national of Pakistan, was reportedly apprehended by Pakistani
authorities with the assistance of the CIA and other U.S. agencies.

Abdul Basit

Before or during June 2004, Basit, a national of probably either Saudi Arabia or Yemen, was
apprehended and transferred to a secret U.S. detention facility where according to Marwan Jabour he spoke with other prisoners held in the facility and gave his name as “Abdul Basit.”

Adnan [Last Name Unknown]
Before or during June 2004, Adnan was apprehended and transferred to a secret U.S. detention facility where according to Marwan Jabour he spoke with other prisoners held in the facility and gave his name as “Adnan.”

Hudaifa
Before or during June 2004, Hudaifa was apprehended and transferred to a secret U.S. detention facility where according to Marwan Jabour he spoke with other prisoners held in the facility and gave his name as “Hudaifa.” No information about Hudaifa’s fate has been released by the U.S. government, and his whereabouts remain unknown.

Mohammed [Last Name Unknown] (Mohammed al-Afghani)
Mohammed, an Afghan born in Saudi Arabia, was apprehended in May 2004 in Peshawar,
Pakistan. According to Marwan Jabour, Mohammed was transferred with him and two other prisoners out of a facility in Islamabad, Pakistan on June 16, 2004 and imprisoned with Jabour in a secret U.S. detention facility.

Khalid al-Zawahiri

On February 25, 2004, al-Zawahiri, a national of Egypt, was apprehended in Azam Warak in the South Waziristan region of Pakistan by Pakistani officials.

Ayoub al-Libi
In January 2004, al-Libi, a national of Libya, was reportedly apprehended in Peshawar, Pakistan. According to Marwan Jabour, al-Libi was transferred with him and two other prisoners out of a facility in Islamabad, Pakistan on June 16, 2004 and imprisoned with Jabour in a secret U.S. detention facility.

Abu Naseem
Naseem, a national of Tunisia, was apprehended in Peshawar, Pakistan, on June 17, 2003 by Pakistani authorities.

Suleiman Abdalla Salim (Suleiman Abdalla, Suleiman Abdalla Salim Hemed, Suleiman hmed Hemed Salim, Issa Tanzania)
On March 18, 2003, Salim, a national of either Yemen or Tanzania, was reportedly apprehended
in Mogadishu, Somalia. Somali warlords reportedly abducted him from a hospital and delivered
him to an airport in Mogadishu, where U.S. officials took custody of him.

Yassir al-Jazeeri (Yasser al-Jaziri, Abu Yasir al-Jaziri, Abu Yassir Al Jazeeri, Yasser al-Jazeeri)
On March 15, 2003, al-Jazeeri, a national of Morocco, was apprehended in Lahore, Pakistan by
Pakistani security forces, who were reportedly assisted by agents of the FBI. Reports indicate
that al-Jazeeri was jointly interrogated by Pakistani and U.S. agents.

Mohammed Omar Abdel-Rahman (Asadallah)
In mid-February 2003, Abdel-Rahman, a national of Egypt, was apprehended in Quetta,
Pakistan. Abdel-Rahman is the son of Omar Abdel-Rahman (the “blind Sheikh”) and according to the U.S. ran a training camp in Afghanistan prior to September 11, 2001 and had a role in planning the attacks of September 11, 2001.

Majid [Last Name Unknown] (Adnan al-Libi, Abu Yasser)*
In 2003, Majid, a national of Libya, was apprehended, apparently in Afghanistan.

Hassan [Last Name Unknown] (Raba’i)*
Hassan, a national of Libya, was apprehended in Pakistan, apparently in 2002.

[First Name Unknown] al-Mahdi-Jawdeh (Abu Ayoub, Ayoub al-Libi)*
Al-Mahdi-Jawdeh, a national of Libya, is allegedly a member of the LIFG. He was reportedly held in secret U.S. detention before being sent to Libya in 2006.

Khaled al-Sharif (Abu Hazem)*
Al-Sharif, a national of Libya, is allegedly a member of the LIFG. Al-Sharif had reportedly been held in a secret U.S. detention facility in Afghanistan in late 2003, with al-Fakhiri (aka Ibn al-Shaykh al-Libi) and Hassan (aka Raba’I


Category 3: Individuals about whom there is some evidence of secret detention by the United States and whose fate and whereabouts remain unknown.

Osama bin Yousaf (Usama Bin Yussaf, Usama bin Yusuf, Usamah bin-Yusuf)
On August 7, 2005, bin Yousaf, believed to be a national of either Pakistan or Saudi Arabia, was
apprehended in Faisalabad, Pakistan

Osama Nazir

In November 2004, Nazir, a national of Pakistan, was apprehended by Pakistani authorities in
Faisalabad, Pakistan.

Sharif al-Masri (Abd-al-Sattar Sharif al-Masri)

On August, 29, 2004, al-Masri, a national of Egypt, was apprehended in Quetta, Pakistan,
reportedly by Pakistani authorities.

Qari Saifullah Akhtar (Amir Harkat-ul-Ansar Qari Saifullah)
On August 6, 2004, Akhtar, a national of Pakistan, was apprehended in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE), reportedly with the assistance of UAE authorities after he had been traced by Pakistani intelligence officials.

Mustafa Mohammed Fadhil (Moustafa Ali Elbishy, Hussein, Hassan Ali, Khalid, Abu
Jihad)

In July or August 2004, Fadhil, a national of Egypt and possibly also Kenya, was reportedly apprehended in Pakistan by Pakistani authorities.

Musaab Aruchi (Mosabir Aroochi, Masoob Aroochi, Abu Mosa’ab al-Balochi, Abu Mosa’ab Aroochi, Musaad Aruchi, al-Baluchi)
On June 12, 2004, Aruchi, a national of Pakistan, was apprehended in Karachi, Pakistan by
Pakistani paramilitary forces reportedly supervised by the CIA, on the basis of U.S. intelligence telephone and internet intercepts

Ibad al Yaquti al Sheikh al Sufiyan
On January 22, 2004, al Sufiyan, a resident of Saudi Arabia, was reportedly apprehended in Karachi, Pakistan, by Pakistani intelligence authorities.

Walid bin Azmi

In January 2004, bin Azmi, described as “an Arab,” was reportedly apprehended in Karachi, Pakistan in a raid by intelligence agencies.

Amir Hussein Abdullah al-Misri (Fazal Mohammad Abdullah al-Misri)
On January 18, 2004, al-Misri, a national of Egypt, was reportedly apprehended in Karachi, Pakistan by Pakistani authorities.

Safwan al-Hasham (Haffan al-Hasham)
On May 15, 2003, al-Hasham, a national of Saudi Arabia, was apprehended while driving from Hyderabad to Karachi, Pakistan by Pakistani authorities, possibly in the presence of U.S. officials.

Jawad al-Bashar
In early May 2003, al-Bashar, a national of Egypt, was reportedly apprehended in Vindher (Windar), Balochistan, along with an Afghan national, Farzand Shah, by law enforcement agencies.

Aafia Siddiqui
On around March 28, 2003, Siddiqui, along with her three children (then aged 7 years, 5 years
and 6 months), a national of Pakistan, was reportedly apprehended in Karachi, Pakistan.

Saif al Islam el Masry
In September 2002, el Masry, a national of Egypt, was apprehended in the Pankisi Gorge,
Georgia, by Georgian authorities.

Sheikh Ahmed Salim (Swedan, Sheikh Ahmad Salem Suweidan, Sheikh Ahmed Salem Swedan, Sheikh Swedan, Sheikh Bahamadi, Ahmed Ally, Bahamad, Sheik Bahamad,Ahmed The Tall)
On July 11, 2002, Salim, a national of Kenya, was apprehended in Karachi, Pakistan by Pakistani authorities, possibly with the assistance of U.S. law enforcement agents.

Retha al-Tunisi
In early to mid-2002, al-Tunisi, a national of Tunisia, was apprehended in Karachi, Pakistan. Al-Tunisi is alleged to hold a high-level position in al-Qaeda.

Anas al-Libi (Anas al-Sabai, Nazih al-Raghie, Nazih Abdul Hamed al-Raghie)

In February 2002, al-Libi, a national of Libya, was reportedly apprehended in Khartoum, Sudan, after which there were reportedly negotiations between U.S. and Sudanese officials to complete
al-Libi’s handover to U.S. custody.

[First Name Unknown] al-Rubaia

In 2002, al-Rubaia, a national of Iraq, was apparently apprehended in Iran and later held in a secret U.S. detention facility. Another detainee held in the same secret U.S. detention facility in Afghanistan read the name “al-Rubaia” and information about his arrest on a cell wall.

Speen Ghul

Marwan Jabour reports that while in a secret U.S. detention facility, he was shown a photograph of Speen Ghul, a national of an African country, who was apparently in U.S. custody. No information about Ghul’s fate has been released by the U.S. government, and his whereabouts remain unknown.

Detention of family members of detainees, including children

In some cases family members—including children—of detainees who have been held in
the U.S. Secret Detention Program, have been apprehended, detained and/or subjected to
coercive treatment. Family members may be apprehended separately or at the same time as the individual sought. One apparent object of such treatment has been to obtain information about the detainee. Some of these family members have been subsequently released, but in other cases their fate and whereabouts remain unknown.
In September 2002, Yusuf al-Khalid (then nine years old) and Abed al-Khalid (then
seven years old) were reportedly apprehended by Pakistani security forces during an attempted capture of their father, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed. Khalid Sheikh Mohammed was successfully apprehended several months later, and the U.S. government has acknowledged that he was in the U.S. Secret Detention Program. He is presently held at Guantánamo Bay.
In an April 16, 2007 statement, Ali Khan (father of Majid Khan, a detainee who the U.S.
government has acknowledged was in the U.S. Secret Detention Program and is presently held at Guantánamo Bay) indicated that Yusef and Abed al-Khalid had been held in the same location in which Majid Khan and Majid’s brother Mohammed were detained in March/April 2003.
Mohammed was detained by Pakistani officials for approximately one month after his
apprehension on March 5, 2003 (see below). Ali Khan’s statement indicates that:
Also according to Mohammed, he and Majid were detained in the same place where two
of Khalid Sheik Mohammed’s young children, ages about 6 and 8, were held. The
Pakistani guards told my son that the boys were kept in a separate area upstairs, and were denied food and water by other guards. They were also mentally tortured by having ants or other creatures put on their legs to scare them and get them to say where their father was hiding.11
After Khalid Sheikh Mohammed’s arrest in March 2003, Yusuf and Abed Al Khalid were reportedly transferred out of Pakistan in U.S. custody. The children were allegedly being sent for questioning about their father’s activities and to be used by the United States as leverage to force their father to co-operate with the United States. A press report on March 10, 2003 confirmed that CIA interrogators had detained the children and that one official explained that:
“We are handling them with kid gloves. After all, they are only little children…but we
need to know as much about their father’s recent activities as possible. We have child
psychologists on hand at all times and they are given the best of care.”12
11 See Statement of Ali Khan, Apr. 16, 2007, available at
www.ccr-ny.org/v2/legal/september_11th/docs/Ali_Khan_statement.pdf
12 See Olga Craig, CIA Holds Young Sons of Captured al-Qaeda Chief, SUNDAY TELEGRAPH (U.K.), Mar. 9, 2003,
available at http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=%2Fnews%2F2003%2F03%2F09%2Fwalqa09.xml.
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In the transcript of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed’s Combatant Status Review Tribunal, he indicates knowledge that his children were apprehended and abused: “They arrested my kids intentionally. They are kids. They been arrested for four months they had been abused.”13
On March 5, 2003, Majid Khan, was apprehended in Karachi, Pakistan, along with his
brother Mohammed, his brother’s wife and their one month-old daughter. They were all taken to an unknown location. Majid Khan’s sister-in-law and her daughter were detained for one week, and as mentioned above, Mohammed Khan was detained by Pakistani officials for approximately one month.
On March 28, 2003, Aafia Siddiqui (see page 16) was reportedly apprehended in Karachi, Pakistan along with her three children (then aged seven years, five years and six months). On August 11, 2003, Hambali, a detainee who the U.S. government has acknowledged was in the U.S. Secret Detention Program and is presently held at Guantánamo Bay, was reportedly apprehended in Thailand along with his wife Noralwizah Lee Abdullah, a national of Malaysia, in a joint operation of which the U.S. was a part. On July 24, 2004, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, a detainee who the U.S. government has
acknowledged was in the U.S. Secret Detention Program and is presently held at Guantánamo Bay, was reportedly apprehended in Gujarat, Pakistan, along with two women (his wife, an Uzbek national and the Pakistani wife of South African national Zubair Ismail) and five children. His apprehension was reportedly a joint Pakistani-U.S. operation, coordinated with CIA and FBI officials.

Here is an update about Khalid Sheikh Mohammed which I found at the AOL Message board which links back to this article..

Posted: 11/15/2007 Dentention of Family Members, Torture
Joanserv:

Remember Khalid Sheikh Mohammed? He’s the “alleged” “terrorist” who wound up admitting to everything that ever happened around 9/11. He was tortured into it, of course, and they are talking about hearings because of that now, since the whole waterboarding thing came out. I wanted to mention, for those who didn’t know, that his children were detained, and are still unaccounted for. That was the part of the story NOT mentioned. Who among us, knowing our children are being mistreated, could fail to admit to just about anything just to see that the children are safe?

If you go to https://hunterseeker.wordpress.com/2007/06/07/off-the-record-secret-cia-detention-list-of-detainees/, there is a listing from Cage Prisoners of people who have been secretly detained by the CIA.

For the AOL Message Board with this article click here.

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One Response to “‘Off the record’ secret CIA detention/ list of Detainees”

  1. dazeylin Says:

    Hello. I wrote that last paragraph when I did a profile of KSM. I was surprised to see it here. Happily surprised, and I hope the link takes me to the entire profile. 🙂

    My blog is http://freedetainees.org This is what I work on full time. I’m going to go follow that link now. Do check the blog, and please, take action!

    Abdel Al-Ghizzawi is dying in prison. He has AIDS now (but did not when he came in).. and hep b.. as well as TB (also didn’t have before he came in.)

    One suggestion.. when using someone’s material, you should mention their name, or link to the site. 🙂

    Peace, and keep fighting the good fight!
    Linda

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