Arrested in 2002 and tortured repeatedly, he was never charged, and the U.S. no longer believes he was even a member of Al Qaeda. But he remains in prison.
اعتقلت القوات الأمريكية خلال 8 سنوات في العراق عدداً كبيراً من المطلوبين في قضايا إرهابية، وأبقت 240 معتقلاً يرتبطون مباشرة بتنظيم القاعدة لكن هؤلاء تم تسليمهم للحكومة العراقية باستثناء 10 منهم قبل الانسحاب الأمريكي بأسابيع
Warsame is said to have been arrested on April 19th 2011 in international waters between Yemen and Somalia.
Hidayatullah/Hayatullah is a captive last known to be in US detention in Bagram. His brother is held in Guantanamo.
With each rendition flight, Ghul was subjected to the standard CIA practice of sensory deprivation which included having goggles placed on top of cotton wool on his eyes, a hood over his head and earphones while having his arms and legs chained together.
Mustafa Sitt Mariam Nasar, commonly known to most as Abu Mus’ab al-Suri, is a Syrian of Spanish nationality that is being held as a secret prisoner in Syria.
Ali Aarrass and Mohamed el Bay are at imminent risk of being extradited to Morocco, where they would be at risk of incommunicado detention, torture and other ill-treatment as well as an unfair trial. The Spanish national criminal court (Audiencia Nacional) approved the extraditions in late 2008 and they must now receive final confirmation from the Council of Ministers. If the extraditions go ahead Spain will be violating its obligations under international human rights law, including the UN Convention against Torture.
On 1 April 2010, there will be exactly two years since Aarrass Ali, Belgo-Moroccan, was jailed in a prison in Spain (Madrid Badajoz and then finally Botafuegos in Algeciras) pending a decision on his extradition to Morocco for “terrorism.”
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