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United States intelligence officials have captured lists of al qaeda suspect's names on hard drives captured from other al Qaeda suspects.

The "Summary of Evidence" presented to some detainees Combatant Status Review Tribunals, and the factors favoring continued detention presented to some detainees Administrative Review Board hearings, state that those detainees names were found on the hard drives of other al Qaeda suspects.

Some of the references suggest it was Khaled Sheikh Mohammed's hard drive that contained the names.

Keywords found in the descriptions

hard drive
  • The allegations prepared for detainees Combatant Status Review Tribunals and Administrative Review Board hearings refer to names found on captured hard drives. Typographic errors seem to have twisted the same phrase into several related expressions. An allegation against one detainee said his name was "found on a list of captured hard drives" -- an obvious typographical error.
  • Hard drives are not mentioned in the references to other lists, suggesting that those lists were paper documents.
al Qaida
safe house
  • name was found
  • alias was found
  • Some allegations specify that the suspect's name was found on a list.
  • Other allegations specify that the suspect's alias, or "known alias" was found on a list.
    • Some suspects denied that they had any aliases.
    • Suspects who asked to be told the alias asked in vain. Tribunal Presidents informed those suspects that they didn't have access to the actual aliases during that phase of the Tribunal. It seems likely however that "National Security" would have been called upon to deny telling the suspects the aliases if the Tribunal's members had known it. The Tribunal's recorder, presumably, would have known the aliases. It was their responsibility to collate the allegations against the suspects.
  • Some allegations didn't specify whether it was the suspect's name, or their alias, that was found on the captured list.
  • Some allegations specify that the suspect's name was found on a list captured in Islamabad.
  • Some allegations specify that the suspect's name was found on a list captured in Karachi.
  • Notably absent is Faisalabad, where Abu Zubaydah was captured, together with an entourage of a dozen aides and bodyguards, including four of the ten suspects who faced charges before the Guantanamo military commission.
trust accounts
  • The allegations against some detainees state that details of trust accounts had been found -- accounts of funds maintained on their behalf, by al Qaeda.
324 Arabic names
  • Some suspect's names were alleged to have been found on a list of 324 Arabic names and aliases.
  • Some allegations specify that the suspect's name was found on a list captured at the same time and place as where senior al Qaeda member Khalid Sheikh Mohammed was captured.
  • Other allegations specify that the suspect's name was found on a list captured at the same time and place as a senior al Qaeda member. It is not known whether any lists of suspects were captured with other senior al Qaeda members, or whether all the names found on lists captured with senior al Qaeda members were actually captured at the same time and place as Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.
  • Some allegations specify that the list names mujahiden -- without specifying how intelligence analysts determined this, or how a list of suspected mujahiden differed from a list of suspected al Qaeda.


Descriptions of the captured lists suspected of naming al Qaeda members

keywords description suspects
  • hard drive
  • al Qaida
  • safehouse
  • Islamabad
  • "The detainee’s name appeared on a hard drive recovered from a suspected al Qaida safehouse in Islamabad, Pakistan.[1]"
  • The detainee’s name was found in a document recovered from an al Qaida safe house in Islamabad that listed prisoners currently incarcerated in Pakistan.[2]
  • 324 Arabic names
  • safe house
  • Karachi
  • "The detainee’s name was found on a document listing 324 Arabic names, aliases, and nationalities recovered from safehouse raids associated with suspected al Qaida in Karachi, Pakistan.[3][4][5]"
  • The detainee's name was found on a document listing 324 Arabic names, aliases and nationalities recovered from safehouse raids associated with suspected al Qaida in Pakistan.[6]
  • senior al Qaeda
  • hard drive
  • "The detainee’s name was on a list of captured hard drives [sic] associated with a senior al Qaida member.[7]"
  • "One of the detainee's known aliases was on a list of captured hard drives [sic] associated with a senior al Qaeda member.[8][9]"
  • One of detainee’s known aliases was on a list of captured Al Qaeda member that was discovered on a computer hard drive associated with a senior Al Qaeda member.[10]
  • The detainee's name was found on a computer hard drive belong to a high level al Qaida operative listing captured mujahidin.[4]
  • mujahidin
  • trust accounts
  • document
  • safe house
  • The detainee's name was found on a document listing al Qaida mujahidin and the contents of their "trust" accounts recovered during raids against al Qaida associated safehouses in Pakistan.[6]
  • The detainee’s name was found on a document listing al Qaida mujahidin and the contents of their “trust” accounts recovered during raids against al Qaida associated safe houses in Rawalpindi and Karachi.[11]


  • "The detainee’s name appeared on a list of captured mujahidin found on a hard drive with is associated with Khalid Shaykh Muhammad (KSM).[12]"


  • The detainee’s name was found in a document recovered from an al Qaida safe house in Karachi.[2]


  • The detainee’s name was listed as al Qaida Mujahidin who had not yet completed training in a document recovered from an al Qaida safe house in Rawalpindi, Pakistan.[2]


  • "Detainee’s name and telephone number were on a list of Al Qaida members that was discovered on a computer hard drive seized during raids on Al Qaida safe houses in Pakistan.[13]"


  • The detainee was listed on a computer hard drive used by suspected Al-Qaida members captured by Allied personnel in a suspected Al-Qaida safe house in Pakistan.[14]





  • The detainee’s name was found on a computer file seized during a raid on al Qaida associated safe houses in Rawalpindi on 1 March 2003. According to the file, the individuals listed were mujahidin who had come to Afghanistan in December 2001 but had not completed training and therefore were not ready to fight in the war.[11]



  • Arbaysh's name was found listed on a document found on the ALNEDA-internet site on 20 July 2002. It contained information regarding the capture of Taliban and Al Qaida fighters who had crossed the border in Nangahar providence after the 11 September 2001 retaliation.[16]


  • Arbaysh's name was found on a list of incarcerated Arabs on a file found on a computer hard drive recovered by allied personnel in a suspected Al Qaidia [sic] safe house in Islamabad, Pakistan.[16]

Guantanamo detainees named on the captured lists

Mohammed Fenaitel Mohamed Al Daihani

"The detainee’s name appeared on a hard drive recovered from a suspected al Qaida safehouse in Islamabad, Pakistan.[1]"

Khalid Mallah Shayi Al Jilba Al Qahtani "The detainee’s name was found on a document listing 324 Arabic names, aliases, and nationalities recovered from safehouse raids associated with suspected al Qaida in Karachi, Pakistan.[3]"
Ghallab Bashir

"The detainee’s name was on a list of captured hard drives [sic] associated with a senior al Qaida member.[7]"

Faiz Mohammed Ahmed Al Kandari "The detainee’s name appeared on a list of captured mujahidin found on a hard drive with is associated with Khalid Shaykh Muhammad (KSM).[12]"
Abdullah Kamel Abdullah Kamel Al Kandari "One of the detainee's known aliases was on a list of captured hard drives associated with a senior al Qaeda member.[8]"
Abd Al Aziz Sayer Uwain Al Shammeri

One of the detainee's known aliases was on a list of captured hard drives associated with a senior al Qaeda member.[9]"

Rami Bin Said Al Taibi
  • The detainee’s name was found in a document recovered from an al Qaida safe house in Islamabad that listed prisoners currently incarcerated in Pakistan.[2]
  • The detainee’s name was found in a document recovered from an al Qaida safe house in Karachi.[2]
  • The detainee’s name was listed as al Qaida Mujahidin who had not yet completed training in a document recovered from an al Qaida safe house in Rawalpindi, Pakistan.[2]
  • One of the detainee’s known aliases was on a list of captured al Qaida members that was discovered on a computer hard drive associated with a senior al Qaida member.[2]
Mazin Salih Musaid

"Detainee’s name and telephone number were on a list of Al Qaida members that was discovered on a computer hard drive seized during raids on Al Qaida safe houses in Pakistan.[13]"

Sami Abdul Aziz Salim Allaithy
  • One of detainee’s known aliases was on a list of captured Al Qaeda member that was discovered on a computer hard drive associated with a senior Al Qaeda member.[10]
  • Allaithy was one of the 38 detainees whose Combatant Status Review Tribunals determined they were not "enemy combatants" after all.
Saleh Ali Jaid Al Khathami
  • The detainee was listed on a computer hard drive used by suspected Al-Qaida members captured by Allied personnel in a suspected Al-Qaida safe house in Pakistan.[14]
Salman Yahya Hassan Mohammed Rabeii
  • The detainee's name was found on a computer hard drive belong to a high level al Qaida operative listing captured mujahidin.[4]
  • The detainee's name was found on a document listing 324 Arabic names, aliases, and nationalities recovered from safe house raids associated with suspected al Qaida in Karachi, Pakistan.[4]
Fahed Al Harazi
Ahmed Yaslam Said Kuman
  • The detainee’s name was found on a computer file seized during a raid on al Qaida associated safe houses in Rawalpindi on 1 March 2003. According to the file, the individuals listed were mujahidin who had come to Afghanistan in December 2001 but had not completed training and therefore were not ready to fight in the war.[11]
  • The detainee’s name was found on a document listing al Qaida mujahidin and the contents of their “trust” accounts recovered during raids against al Qaida associated safe houses in Rawalpindi and Karachi.[11]
Ibrahimj Sulayman Muhammad Arbaysh
  • Arbaysh's name was found listed on a document found on the ALNEDA-internet site on 20 July 2002. It contained information regarding the capture of Taliban and Al Qaida fighters who had crossed the border in Nangahar providence after the 11 September 2001 retaliation.[16]
  • Arbaysh's name was found on a list of incarcerated Arabs on a file found on a computer hard drive recovered by allied personnel in a suspected Al Qaidia [sic] safe house in Islamabad, Pakistan.[16]
Walid Said Bin Said Zaid
  • The detainee’s name was on a document listing 324 Arabic names aliases and nationalities recovered from a safehouse raid of suspected al Qaida in Karachi, Pakistan.[5]
Khalid Abd Jal Jabbar Muhammad Juthman Al Qadasi
  • The detainee's name was found on a document listing 324 Arabic names, aliases and nationalities recovered from safehouse raids associated with suspected al Qaida in Pakistan.[6]
  • The detainee's name was found on a document listing al Qaida mujahidin and the contents of their "trust" accounts recovered during raids against al Qaida associated safehouses in Pakistan.[6]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Summary of Evidence (.pdf) from page 25 of Mohammed Fenaitel Mohamed Al Daihani's Combatant Status Review Tribunal
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 Summarized transcripts (.pdf) from Rami Bin Said Al Taibi's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - pages 1-9
  3. 3.0 3.1 Factors for and against the continued detention (.pdf) of Khalid Mallah Shayi Al Jilba Al Qahtani Administrative Review Board - page 2
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 Factors for and against the continued detention (.pdf) of Salman Yahya Hassan Mohammed Rabeii Administrative Review Board - page 65
  5. 5.0 5.1 Factors for and against the continued detention (.pdf) of Walid Said Bin Said Zaid Administrative Review Board - page 14
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 Factors for and against the continued detention (.pdf) of Khalid Abd Jal Jabbar Muhammad Juthman Al Qadasi Administrative Review Board, April 28 2005 - page 14
  7. 7.0 7.1 Factors for and against the continued detention (.pdf) of Ghallab Bashir Administrative Review Board - page 103
  8. 8.0 8.1 documents (.pdf) from Abdullah Kamel Abdullah Kamel Al Kandari's Combatant Status Review Tribunal
  9. 9.0 9.1 Summary of evidence (.pdf) from Abd Al Aziz Sayer Uwain Al Shammeri's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - page 28
  10. 10.0 10.1 Summarized transcripts (.pdf), from 's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - pages 1-7
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 11.3 Factors for and against the continued detention (.pdf) of Ahmed Yaslam Said Kuman Administrative Review Board - page 65
  12. 12.0 12.1 Factors for and against the continued detention (.pdf) of Faiz Mohammed Ahmed Al Kandari Administrative Review Board - page 31
  13. 13.0 13.1 Summarized transcripts (.pdf) from Mazin Salih Musaid's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - pages 14-26
  14. 14.0 14.1 Summarized transcripts (.pdf), from Saleh Ali Jaid Al Khathami's Combatant Status Review Tribunal - pages 1-4
  15. 15.0 15.1 Factors for and against the continued detention (.pdf) of Fahed Al Harazi Administrative Review Board - page 45
  16. 16.0 16.1 16.2 16.3 Factors for and against the continued detention (.pdf) of Ibrahimj Sulayman Muhammad Arbaysh Administrative Review Board - pages 58-59
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