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Guantanamo “Indefinite Detainees” Revealed (+ Complete List of Gitmo Detainee Dispositions)

In LEAKSOURCE ORIGINAL NEWS on June 17, 2013 at 8:50 PM


These are the names and nationalities of the 48 Guantanamo captives, whom an Obama administration Task Force in 2010 classified as indefinite detainees ineligible for release, transfer or prosecution. Their formal classification is “continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war.” The captives’ names are different on different documents.

This list reflects the names on a release to Carol Rosenberg of The Miami Herald under the Freedom of Information Act, and includes each captive’s internment serial number, ISN, as a guide. Two of the detainees on the list have since died at Guantanamo, one of a suicide and another of a heart attack. Each of these men is identified with an asterisk and the notation deceased. Available Wikileaks Gitmo Files for detainees have also been included.

ISN 004, Abdul Haq Wasiq (Afghanistan)

ISN 006, Mullah Norullah Noori (Afghanistan)

ISN 007, Mullah Mohammed Fazl (Afghanistan)

ISN 027, Uthman Abd al-Rahim Muhammad Uthman (Yemen)

ISN 028, Moath Hamza Ahmed al-Alwi (Yemen)

ISN 029, Mohammed al-Ansi (Yemen)

ISN 031, Mahmud Abd Al Aziz Al Mujahid (Yemen)

ISN037, Abdel Malik Ahmed Abdel Wahab al Rahabi (Yemen)

ISN041, Majid Mahmud Abdu Ahmed (Yemen)

ISN042, Abd al Rahman Shalbi Isa Uwaydah (Saudi Arabia)

ISN044, Muhammed Rajab Sadiq Abu Ghanim (Yemen)

ISN045, Ali Ahmad al-Rahizi (Yemen)

ISN128, Ghaleb Nassar al Bihani (Yemen)

ISN131, Salem Ahmad Hadi Bin Kanad (Yemen)

ISN195, Mohammed Abd al Rahman al Shumrant (Saudi Arabia)

ISN232, Fawzi Khalid Abdullah Fahad al Odah (Kuwait)

ISN235, Saeed Ahmed Mohammed Abdullah Sarem Jarabh (Yemen)

ISN242, Khalid Ahmed Qasim (Yemen)

ISN244, Abdul Latif Nasir (Morocco)

ISN324, Mashur Abdullah Muqbil Ahmed al-Sabri (Yemen)

ISN434, Mustafa Abd al-Qawi Abd al-Aziz al-Shamiri (Yemen)

ISN441, Abdul Rahman Ahmed (Yemen)

ISN508, Salman Yahya Hassan Mohammad Rabei’i (Yemen)

ISN522, Yassim Qasim Mohammed Ismail Qasim (Yemen)

ISN552, Faez Mohammed Ahmed al-Kandari (Kuwait)

ISN560, Haji WaH Muhammed (Afghanistan)

ISN576, Zahar Omar Hamis bin Hamdoun (Yemen)

ISN579, Khairullah Said Wali Khairkhwa (Afghanistan)

ISN695, Omar Khalif Mohammed Abu Baker Mahjour Umar (Libya)

ISN708, Ismael Ali Faraj Ali Bakush (Libya)

ISN713, Mohammed al Zahrani (Saudi Arabia)

ISN782, Awal Gul (Afghanistan) * deceased

ISN832, Mohammad Nabi Omari (Afghanistan)

ISN836, Ayub Murshid Ali Salih (Yemen)

ISN837, Bashir Nasir Ali al-Marwalah (Yemen)

ISN838, Shawqi Awad Balzuhair (Yemen)

ISN839, Musab Omar Ali al-Mudwani (Yemen)

ISN840, Hail Aziz Ahmed al-Maythali (Yemen)

ISN841, Said Salih Said Nashir (Yemen)

ISN975, Karim Bostan (Afghanistan)

ISN1017, Omar Mohammed Ali al-Rammah (Yemen)

ISN1045, Mohammed Kamin (Afghanistan)

ISN1119, Ahmid al Razak (Afghanistan)

ISN1463, Abd al-Salam al-Hilah (Yemen)

ISN10023, Guleed Hassan Ahmed (Somalia)

ISN10025, Mohammed Abdul Malik Bajabu (Kenya)

ISN10028, Inayatullah (Afghanistan)* deceassed

ISN10029, Muhammad Rahim (Afghanistan)

Also released today by DoD under the FOIA,  a complete list of Guantanamo detainee dispositions.

Julian Assange Speaks with Ecuador FM Inside Country’s Embassy in London (Raw Video)

In LEAKSOURCE ORIGINAL NEWS on June 17, 2013 at 2:40 AM



Ecuador’s foreign minister has visited WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange inside the embassy where the Australian has been staying for the past year.

Ricardo Patino said Mr Assange was in “good spirits” despite the “limitations” of his accommodation inside the Ecuadorian embassy in London.

Mr Patino will meet with Foreign Secretary William Hague on Monday to discuss the future of Mr Assange, who has been inside the embassy since June 19 last year.

The WikiLeaks founder is wanted for questioning in Sweden over sex allegations by two women – which he denies – but fears being extradited to the United States if he goes to Sweden.

Mr Patino said: “I have just finished meeting with Julian Assange who is in good spirits despite the limitations of his accommodation. I was able to say face to face to him, for the first time, that the government of Ecuador remains firmly committed to protecting his human rights and that we continue to seek cast iron assurances to avoid any onward extradition to a third state.

“During the meeting we were able to speak about the increasing threats against the freedom of people to communicate and to know the truth, threats which come from certain states that have put all of humanity under suspicion.”

Mr Assange said: “Over the last hour I have had a very good meeting with Ricardo. The minister emphasised his government’s continued commitment to support and protect me.

“He set out how he and the Ecuadorian government are actively seeking a solution to my present situation. I remain immensely grateful to the support Ricardo, President (Rafael) Correa and the people of Ecuador have shown me over the last year.”

Mr Assange smiled as he shook hands with Mr Patino prior to their discussions. He expressed gratitude for the support offered by staff at the embassy before the pair retired for a private meeting.

He said: “My situation here has been physically difficult but the staff at the embassy have been really kind and supportive despite the occasional entertainment outside, whether they are people chanting or policeman coming down on ropes.”


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