ALERT: Missing personWritten by Feroz Ali Abbasi Tuesday, 05 October 2010
Hidayatullah Nassim was held in Bagram Internment Facility some years ago and it is not known by Inayatullah if he has been freed or transferred elsewhere.
Hidayatullah or alternatively Hayatullah and possibly sir-named Nassim was born in 1972 and is of around 175-180cms tall. He has a characteristic mole on his nose and a scar on his stomach received from a hernia operation.
His last confirmed whereabouts are Kharoot Abaad neighbourhood, Quetta, Pakistan and he is described as having a chest length black beard with grey patches.
Guantanamo Bay detainee Hajji ('Inayatullah') Nassim is an Afghan national and Sunni Muslim of the Baluch, Balitsi tribe. His occupation before rendition was a cellular phone businessman in Zahedan, Iran. He is married with six children. His telephone shop was a 'two level' located in a two level bazaar near the centre of Zahedan, Iran.
His step father is named Mir Haji (Gul) and half brother Hassan Lnu and they are said to have last resided in Kharoot Abaad neighbourhood, Quetta, Pakistan.
We ask your prayers for the Nassim family.
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