There are so many stories of people who get caught up In the nightly operations by American and Afghan forces. In the search for 'kill & capture' targets the net is cast wide: once a door is kicked in all males in a household are usually taken for interrogation. And it is then anyone's guess when they will be released again. One story - out of many - of how an unlucky sleep-over resulted in years of detention, and what those years were like.

Published in News
Wednesday, 08 September 2010 13:49

Abdul-Jabbar

Abdul-Jabbar was a British citizen and married to a British wife. He had moved to and was residing in the Jhelum area of Punjab, Pakistan.
Published in Pakistan
Wednesday, 18 May 2011 17:41

Hajji Nassim

Nassim, ISN 10028, was a Guantanamo Bay captive in US detention. His brother is believed to be held in Bagram.
Published in Guantanamo Bay (Cuba)
One of the most striking things about our recent midterm elections is that foreign policy played absolutely no part in the voting — and for that we have Lady Luck, and some good intelligence work, to thank.
Published in News
Tuesday, 05 October 2010 18:21

ALERT: Missing person

Cageprisoners has come to learn that Guantanamo Bay detainee Hajji Nassim, know by the US Department of Defense as 'Inayatullah' Internment Serial Number 10028 has growing concerns over his brother Hidayatullah's whereabouts.
Published in Alerts

The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, the Taliban's shadow government, has denounced former British Prime Minister Tony Blair for calling "radical Islam" the "greatest threat" to the world. In a statement dated September 14, 2010, the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan also accused the Western nations of diluting and distorting the "principles of Islam" in order to maintain their control of Islamic lands.

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A federal judge has agreed with the government that it can indefinitely hold at Guantánamo an Afghan man whom military intelligence says belonged to an anti-American cell near Kandahar.


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Afghan and NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) troops during a search operation for a Taliban commander on Wednesday killed 12 militants including the commander in Afghanistan's Logar province south of Afghan capital Kabul, the military alliance said in a press release on Thursday.

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