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List of Guantanamo Bay detainees
39 detainees remain at Guantanamo Bay.[1][2] This list of Guantánamo prisoners has the known identities of prisoners at the Guantanamo Bay detention camp in Cuba, but is compiled from various sources and is incomplete. In official documents, the United States Department of Defense (DoD) continues to make intermittent efforts to redact prisoner's names. As of September 2005 they had not published an official list of detainees. On April 19, 2006, the DoD released a list with 558 names in what appears to be a fax or other scanned image.[3] The Associated Press published the list in more accessible text form.[4]
Detainees by nationality
  Afghan (29%)
  Saud (17%)
  Yemenis (15%)
  Pakistanis (9%)
  Algerians (3%)
  Others (27%)
The Washington Post maintains a list of the prisoners known or suspected to have been held in Guantánamo Bay.[5] On March 3, 2006 the DoD partially complied with a court order to release the names of the remaining Guantánamo detainees. The court order required the DoD to release the names of all the detainees.[6] Initially, the DoD released only 317 names. On April 19, 2006, the DoD released a list with 558 names. Although Judge Jed Rakoff had already dismissed this argument, Pentagon spokesmen Bryan Whitman justified withholding the names out of a concern for the detainees' privacy. On April 20, 2006, the DoD released a portable document format file that listed 558 names.[3] The 558 individuals on the list were those whose detention had been reviewed by a Combatant Status Review Tribunal (CSRT). The list gave the detainee's ID number, their name, and their home country.
The names of several hundred prisoners who had been released prior to the commencement of the CSRTs were not released. The list did not specify whether the prisoners were still in detention at Guantanamo; whether they had been determined to be "enemy combatants"; whether they were released, or repatriated to the custody of their home countries. On May 15, 2006, the DOD released what they called a complete list of all 759 former and current inmates who had been held in military custody in the detainment camps after a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) action was filed by the Associated Press.[7][8] On June 17, 2013, the Miami Herald published a list, obtained using the Freedom of Information Act, of 48 prisoners who were designated for indefinite detainment.[9][10] On May 31, 2014, the Obama Administration was reported to have swapped 5 prisoners (Abdul Haq Wasiq, Mullah Norullah Nori, Khairullah Khairkhwa, Mohammed Nabi and Mohammed Fazi) in return for Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl who was captured after deserting his post.
On January 16, 2017, the Federal government of the United States announced that ten more prisoners were released to Oman, leaving about 45 detainees.[11][12] Of all prisoners at Guantanamo, Afghans were the largest group (29 percent), followed by Saudi Arabians (17 percent), Yemenis (15 percent), Pakistanis (9 percent), and Algerians (3 percent). Overall, 50 nationalities were present at Guantanamo.[13]
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Guantanamo Detainees (02/13/2004)
775 detainees have been brought to Guantanamo. Although most of these have been released without charge, the United States government continues to classify many of these released detainees as "enemy combatants". As of January 5, 2017, 55 detainees remained at Guantanamo.[14] By January 19, 2017, at the end of the Obama Administration, the detention center remained open with 41 detainees remaining.[15]
CSRT is Combatant Status Review Tribunals.
Individuals with "SAMWL" are listed on the Saudi Arabian most wanted list, released in February 2009.
Details about six deaths reported as suicides and reports of attempted suicides is at Guantanamo suicide attempts.
Surnames beginning with A
Surnames beginning with Aa to Ak
NameCountryCapturedNotes
Aamer, ShakerSaudi ArabiaJan 2002
  • Last British resident held without charge or trial.
  • Has been described as unofficial spokesman for the prisoners.
  • Alleges that he has been tortured.
  • Released Oct 2015.
Abasin, Said[16]Afghanistan
Kabul taxi driver who was proved innocent and released after over one year of detention.[17]
Abbasi, FerozUnited Kingdom
Released Jan 2005
Abdallah Osama Alkhabiry[16]Yemen
Committed suicide in the camp on September 8, 2012.[18]
Abdallah, Muhamed HusseinSomalia
Captured in Pakistan in May 2002 and was transferred to Somaliland on November 4, 2008.[19]
Abderrahmane, Slimane HadjDenmark
  • Released
  • Announced intention to 'return to the fight', believed to have subsequently died in Syria
Abdul Rahman, Wesam[16]Jordan
Abdulahat, EmamChina
  • Ethnic Uyghur
  • Went through CSRT
Abdulghupur, HajiakbarChina
  • Ethnic Uyghur
  • Continued detention considered by CSRT
Abdullah, Abu[16]Algeria
Abdullah, Ahmad[16]Morocco
Abdullah, Noorudeen[16]Morocco
Abdullah, Umar[6]
Abdulqadirakhum, AbdullahChina
  • Ethnic Uyghur
  • Went through CSRT
Abdulraheem, Othman[16]Yemen
Abdulsalam, Reswan[16]Morocco
Abdurehim, DawutChina
  • Ethnic Uyghur
  • Went through CSRT
Abedin, Zain UlTajikistan
Transferred to Tajikistan on October 31, 2008.[20]
Adil, AhmedChina
Continued detention considered by CSRT
Agha, Muhammad IsmailAfghanistan2002
  • 13[21] to 14[22] years old when he was captured
  • Released on January 29, 2004[23]
Ahmad, AliPakistan
Released [24]
Ahmad, Ejaz[16]Pakistan
Ahmad, Hamed AbderrahmanSpain
  • Repatriated to Spanish custody, tried, convicted, and released on appeal[25]
  • Ahmed's name does not appear on the May 15, 2006 DoD list of Guantanamo detainees
Ahmad, Majid Mahmud AbduYemen
Ahmed, Abdul Rahman UthmanSaudi Arabia
Ahmed, Ali AbdullahYemen
Died in custody on June 10, 2006
Ahmed, Fahmi AbdullahYemen
Continued detention considered by CSRT
Ahmed, Faluvi Abdullah[16]Yemen
Ahmed, Faruq AliYemen
Continued detention considered by CSRT
Ahmed, MunirPakistan
  • Repatriated late 2004[26][27]
  • Released June 28, 2005
  • Ahmed's name does not appear on the May 15, 2006 DoD list of Guantanamo detainees
Ahmed, RuhalUnited Kingdom2001
  • Released March 2004
  • Alleges abuse
Ahmed, Sarfraz[16]Pakistan
  • Name appears as "Sarfaraz Ahmed" on the Washington Post list of detainees
  • Repatriated late 2004[26][27]
  • Released June 28, 2005
  • Ahmed's name does not appear on the May 15, 2006 DoD list of Guantanamo detainees
Akhmyarov, Rustam[16]Russia
Repatriated to Russia in early 2004
Surnames beginning with Al
NameCountryCapturedNotes
Al Aasmi, Assem Matruq Mohammad [6]
Al Adahi, Mohamed[16]Yemen
Al Ajmi, Abdullah Saleh Ali[16]Kuwait
  • Repatriated on November 4, 2005
  • Killed himself in a suicide attack in Iraq in April 2008 in which seven others died[28][29]
Al Amin, MohammedMauritania
  • Reported to have been sexually abused, beaten, starved, sleep deprived[30]
  • Al Amin's name does not appear on the May 15, 2006 DoD list of Guantanamo detainees
Al Anazi, Abdullah[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Areeni, Khalid[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Asadi, Mohamed Ahmed[16]Yemen
Al Aseemi, Fahd Sultan Ubaid[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Askari, Mohsin Ali[16]Yemen
Al Asmar, Khalid[16]Jordan
Al Assani, Fahmi Salem[16]Yemen
Al Atabi, Buad Thif Allah[6]
Al Azmi, Saad Madai Saad[16]Kuwait
Repatriated on November 4, 2005
Al Azraq, Majid Hamoud[16]Yemen
Al Baasi, Mohsin Abdullah[16]Yemen
Al Badaah, Abdul Aziz bin Abdur Rahman[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Bahlul, Ali Hamza Ahmed SulaymanYemen
  • Alleged to have made recruiting videos for al Qaeda
  • One of the first four detainees to face charges before military commission[31]
  • Al Bahlul's name does not appear on the May 15, 2006 DoD list of Guantanamo detainees
Al Bahooth, Ziyad bin Salih bin Muhammad[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Baidhani, Abdulkhaliq[16]Yemen
al Banna, JamilJordan, UK resident
  • Apprehended on a business trip to Gambia
  • Released
Al Barakati, Khalid[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Bedani, Abdul Khaled Ahmed SahlehSaudi Arabia2001
Al Bidna, Sa Ad Ibraham Sa Ad[6]
Al Blooshi, Salah Abdul RasoolBahrain
Al Busayss, Adil Said Al Haj ObeidYemen
Al Daihani, Mohammed Fenaitel MohamedKuwait
Repatriated November 4, 2005
Al Daini, Omer Saeed [16]Yemen
Al Darbi, Ahmed[16]Yemen
Al Dhabbi, Khalid Mohamed Saleh[16]Yemen
Al Dhabi, Salah Mohamed Saleh[16]Yemen
Al Dossary, Juma Mohammed Abdul LatifBahrain
  • Hunger striker
  • Reported to have attempted suicide during his lawyer's visit in October 2005 [1]
Al Fawzan, Fahd Fawzan[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Fayfi, Jabir Jubran[6]Saudi Arabia
Al Fouzan, Fahd[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Ghaith, Abdurahman ba[16]Yemen
Al Ghamdi, Abdur Rahman Uthman[16]Saudi Arabia
Repatriated to Saudi Arabia May 19, 2006[32]
Al Ghamdi, Khalaf Awad[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Ghamdi, Saeed Farhah[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Ghamdi, Zaid[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Ghanimi, Abdullah Muhammad Salih[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Habashi, Raafat[16]Yemen
Al Habayshi, Khalid SulaymanjaydhSaudi Arabia
Released in 2006.[33]
Al Habri, Mishal Awad Sayaf
  • Suicide attempt left brain damage
  • Repatriated to Saudi custody July 20, 2005, will be confined to care facility for the duration of his life
Al Hag, Atag Al[16]Yemen
Continued detention considered by CSRT
Al Haj, Sarqawi[16]Yemen
Al Hajj, SamiSudan2001
  • Cameraman for al Jazeera, only journalist held at Gitmo, hunger-striker
  • Released May 1, 2008
Al Hakim, A'Del AbduChina2001
  • Determined to be innocent
  • Released in summer 2006.[34]
Al Hamd, Adel SalehYemen
Al Hameydani, Khalid Bin Abdullah Mishal Thamer
Continued detention considered by CSRT
Al Hami, Rafiq Bin Bashir Bin Jalud[6]
Al Hamiri, AbdulahUnited Arab Emirates
Al Hanashi, Mohammad Ahmed Abdullah Saleh
Continued detention considered by CSRT
Al Harazi, Fahed[6]
Al Harbi, Ibrahim Daifullah[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Harbi, Mohamed AbdullahSaudi Arabia
Went through CSRT
Al Harbi, Mohamed Atiq AwaydSaudi Arabia
  • Went through CSRT
  • Alleged exonerating evidence and $12,000 dollars he was carrying when captured went missing from the secure evidence room[citation needed]
Al Harbi, Tariq[16]Saudi Arabia
Al-Harith, Jamal UdeenUnited Kingdom
Released March 2004
Al Hassan, Sameer Naji[16]Yemen
al-Hila, Abd al-Salam AliYemenSeptember 19, 2002
  • Claims to have spent 18 months in extrajudicial CIA detention
  • Claims to have been tortured during CIA detention
Al Hilal, Abdul Al-Salam
Continued detention considered by CSRT
Al Husayn, Zaid Muhamamd Sa Ad Al[6]
Al Ilmi, Muhammad[16]Morocco
Al Iraqi, Abdul Hadi
Continued detention considered by CSRT
Al Jabri, Bandar Ahmad MubarakSaudi Arabialate 2001
Al Jayfi, Issam Hamid Al Bin Ali
Continued detention considered by CSRT
Al Jowfi, Rashid[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Juaid, Rami Sad[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Judaan, Hamood[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Juhani, Badr[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Juhdali, Ziyad[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Jutayly, Fahd bin Salih bin Sulaiman[16]Saudi Arabia
Repatriated to Saudi Arabia May 19, 2006[32]
Al Kaabi, Jamil Ali[16]Saudi Arabia
al-Kahtani, MohamedSaudi Arabialate 2001* Another "20th hijacker"
Al Kandari, Abdullah kamel bin Abdullah KamalKuwait* Main allegation is wearing a Casio F91W digital watch
Al Kandari, Fayiz Mohammed Ahmed[16]Kuwait
Continued detention considered by CSRT
Al Kazimi, Ali Nasser[16]Yemen
Al Khalaf, Asim[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Khalaqi, Asim Thahit Abdullah
Continued detention considered by CSRT
Al Khalidi, Sulaiman[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Khalifa, Shaikh Salman bin EbrahimBahrain
Released November 5, 2005
Al Khowlani, Idrees[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Kouri, Farouq Ahmed[16]Yemen
Al Kinani Al Laithi, SamiEgypt
  • Ruled innocent
  • Claims beating crippled him
Al Maaliki, Sad[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Madhoni, Musaab[16]Yemen
Al Mahdi, Ali Yahya Mahdi[16]Yemen
Al Malki, Saed KhatemSaudi Arabia
Repatriated to Saudi Arabia May 19, 2006[32]
al-Marri, JarallahQatar
Al Marwallah, Bishir Nashir[16]Yemen
Continued detention considered by CSRT
Al Matari, Fahd Al Haimi[16]Yemen
Al Matrafi, Abdul Aziz
Continued detention considered by CSRT
Al Morghi, Khalid Abdallah Abdel RahmanSaudi Arabia
Repatriated to Saudi Arabia May 19, 2006[32]
Al Mosleh, Abdullah Hamid[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Mudwani, Musab Omar All
Continued detention considered by CSRT
Al Muhajiri, Abdulmajeed[16]Yemen
Al Muhammad, Mahmood[16]Syria
Al Mujahid, Mahmoud Abdulaziz[16]Yemen
Al Muraqi, Khalid bin Abdullah[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Murbati, EssaBahrain
Believed to be hunger striker
Al-Murri, Khalid Rashid Ali[16]Saudi Arabia
Repatriated to Saudi Arabia May 19, 2006 [32]
Al Musa, Abdul Wahab[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Mutairi, Khalid Abdullah Mishal[16]Kuwait
Al Mutayri, Nasir Najr Nasir Balud[16]
Continued detention considered by CSRT
Al Naimi, Abdulla MajidBahrain
Released November 5, 2005
Al Nasir, Ibrahim Muhammad[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Noaimi, Abdullah 4
al-Noofayee, Abdelaziz Kareem SalimSaudi ArabiaMarch 2002
  • Detained for wearing a Casio F91W digital watch
  • Repatriated to Saudi Arabia June 12, 2009
Al Nukhailan, Naif[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Nur, Anwar Hamdan[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Nusairi, Adil Uqla Hasan[16]Saudi Arabia
Repatriated to Saudi Arabia May 19, 2006[32]
Al Odah, Fawzi Khalid Abdullah FahadKuwaitJan 2002
  • Claims to be a charity worker
  • Filed suit to have feeding tube removed
Al Omar, Wasm Awad Al Wasm[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Omari, Musa bin Ali bin Saeed[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Otaiba, Bandar[16]Saudi Arabia
Al-Otaibi, Nawwaf Fahd Humood[35]Saudi Arabia
  • 15 when captured
  • Repatriated to Saudi Arabia May 19, 2006[32]
Al Owshan, Abdul Aziz Sad[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Owshan, Saleh bin Abdullah[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Owshan, Sulieman[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Qaaid, Rashid[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Qadasi, Khalid Massah[16]Yemen
Al Qadasi, Walid[16]Yemen
Al-Qahtani, Abdullah Hamid Mohammed[16]Saudi Arabia
Repatriated to Saudi Arabia May 19, 2006[32]
Al Qahtani, Jaber Hasan[16]Saudi Arabia
al Qahtani, Jabran Said binSaudi ArabiaMarch 2002
Charged with conspiracy to murder on November 7, 2005
Al Qahtani, Khalid Mallah Shayi Al JilbaSaudi Arabia
  • Did not attend CSRT
  • Did not attend CSRT ARB
Al Qahtani, Sad[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Qa'id, Rashid Abd Al Muslih Qaid
Continued detention considered by CSRT
Al Qarani, Muhammad HamidChad2001/10/21
  • 15 when captured in Pakistan
  • Dictated a statement for CSRT
  • Said he was born in Saudi Arabia to parents who were citizens of Chad
al Qosi, Ibrahim Ahmed MahmoudSudanDec 2001
Al Qurashi, Muhammad Abdur-Rahman Abid[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Quwari, Mahr Rafat[36]Gaza Strip
Transferred to Hungary
Al Rabahi, Abdullah Ameen[16]Yemen
Al Rabeesh, Yusuf[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Rabia, Fouad Mahoud HasanKuwait
Allowed to undergo a lie detector test
Al Rahul, Ahmed Abdullah RasanMaldivesNov 2002
Born in Qatar to Maldivian immigrants. Qatar denied him citizenship in 1999 and he was rumored to have fled to Pakistan shortly after. Captured 70 km NE of Kandahar.
Al Radia, Riyad Atiq Ali Abdu Al Haj
Continued detention considered by CSRT
Al Rahabi, Abdulmalik Abdulwahhab[16]Yemen
Al Rahman Abd, Allal Ab Aljallil Abd 4
Al Raimi, Ali Yahya MahdiYemen
Continued detention considered by CSRT
Al Raimi, Ismail Ali[16]Yemen
Al Rawi, Bisher Amin KhalilIraq, UK resident
  • Captured on a business trip to Gambia
  • Released
Al-Razak, HamidAfghanistan
  • Court order issued on his behalf on December 1, 2006[37][38][39]
  • Al Razak's name does not appear on the May 15, 2006 DoD list of Guantanamo detainees
Al Rezehi, Ali Ahmed MuhammadYemen
Continued detention considered by CSRT
Al Rushaydan, Abdallah IbrahimSaudi Arabia
  • Continued detention considered by CSRT
  • Repatriated to Saudi Arabia May 19, 2006[32]
Al Saigh, Adnan Muhammed AliSaudi Arabia
  • Continued detention considered by CSRT
  • Repatriated to Saudi Arabia May 19, 2006[32]
Al Salami, Ali Abdullah[16]Yemen
Al Salami, Saleh Abdullah[16]Yemen
Al Samh, Adil Abu[16]Yemen
Al Sarim, Saeed Ahmed[16]Yemen
Al Sebaii, Abdel Hadi Mohammed BadanSaudi Arabia
Repatriated to Saudi Arabia May 19, 2006[32]
Al Sebaii, Mohammed bin Jaied HadiSaudi Arabia
Repatriated to Saudi Arabia May 19, 2006[32]
Al Sehli, Ibrahim Daif Allah NemanSaudi Arabia
Repatriated to Saudi Arabia May 19, 2006[32]
Al Shabani, Fahd Abdullah[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Shahrani, Muhammad bin Abdur Rahman[16]Saudi Arabia
al Shahri, Youssef[35]Saudi Arabia
15 when captured
Al Shaibani, Bandar[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Shamiri, Mustafa[16]Yemen
Al Shammari, Abdulaziz Sayer Owain[16]Kuwait
Repatriated November 4, 2005 to Kuwait
Al Shammari, Majid Afas Radi Al Tumi[16]Saudi Arabia
Repatriated to Saudi Arabia May 11, 2005 [2]
Al Shammari, Zain[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Shamri, Anwar Hamdan al Noor[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Shaqoori, Usamah[16]Morocco
Al Shaqoori, Yunus[16]Morocco
  • Repatriated to Morocco on September 17, 2015.[40]
  • Represents the first repatriation approval by Deference Secretary Ashton B. Carter.[40]
al Sharbi, Ghassan AbdullahSaudi ArabiaMarch 2002
Charged with conspiracy to murder on November 7, 2005
Al Shareef, Fahd Umar[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Shareef, Sultan[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Sharikh, Abdul Hadi[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Sharikh, Abdur Razaq[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Shayban, Said Bezan AshekSaudi Arabia
Repatriated to Saudi Arabia May 19, 2006[32]
Al Shehri, Abdul Salam Mureef GhaithanSaudi Arabia
15 when captured, but not sent to Camp Iguana
Al Shehri, Saeed Ali Jabir ale KhuthaimSaudi Arabia
Al Shehri, Salim[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Shehri, Yusuf Muhammad[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Shorabi, Zohair Abdul Mohammed
  • Continued detention considered by CSRT
  • Entire CSRT dossier[41]
  • Al Shorabi's name does not appear on the May 15, 2006 DoD list of Guantanamo detainees
al Shulan, Hani Abdul MuslihYemen
Detained for wearing a Casio F91W digital watch
Al Shumrani, Mohammad Al RahmanSaudi Arabia
Continued detention considered by CSRT
Al Siblie, Abdullah Yahya Yousuf[16]Yemen
Al Suadi, Abdul Aziz Adbullah Ali 4Yemen
Alleged to have attended both the Al Farouq and Tarnak Farms training camps
Al Suwaidi, Abdulaziz[16]Yemen
Al Tamini, Abd Al Razzaq Abdallah Ibrahim
Continued detention considered by CSRT
Al Tays, Ali Husayn Abdullah
Continued detention considered by CSRT
Al Towlaqi, Fahmi[16]Yemen
Al Umar, Ibrahim bin Umar[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Umari, Musa Ali Said al SaidSaudi Arabia
  • DoD's memo summarizing the factors for and against his continued detention[42]
  • Al Umari's name does not appear on the May 15, 2006 DoD list of Guantanamo detainees
Al Unzi, Abdullah Thani Faris Al Sulami[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Unzi, Khalid[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Unzi, Rakan[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Unzi, Sultan Sari Saail[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Utaibi, Bajad bin Daifillah[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Utaibi, Bandar[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Utaibi, Muhammad Suroor[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Utaibi, Naif Fahd Al Aseemi[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Utaybi, Mane Shaman Turki Al Habardi[16]Saudi Arabia
  • Committed suicide in cell on June 10, 2006[43]
  • Identified as "Mani Shaman Turki al-Habardi Al-Utaybi" by DoD on June 11, 2006
  • Reported to have been issued ID number 588 and had been identified in earlier document
    as "Mazi Salih al Harbi"[44]
  • Lawyers reported that DoD refused to forward their mail to detainee, claiming they were
    spelling his name incorrectly[citation needed]
Al Utaybi, Muhammad Surur DakhilallahSaudi Arabia
Continued detention considered by CSRT
al Uwaydah, Rashid Awad RashidSaudi Arabia
Repatriated to Saudi Arabia May 19, 2006[32]
Al Wadi, Adil Kamil Abdullah 4Bahrainlate 2001
Al Wahab, Abd al Malik AbdKuwait
Al Warifi, Mukhtar Yahya NajeeYemen
Al Yafii, Al Khadir Abdullah[16]YemenTransferred to Oman January 2015 [45]
Al Zahrani, Khalid[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Zahrani, Sad Ibrahim Ramzi al-Jundubi[16]Saudi Arabia
Al Zahrani, Yasser TalalSaudi Arabia
Committed suicide in the camp on June 10, 2006
Al Zamil, Adil Zamil Abdull Mohssin[16]Kuwait
Repatriated November 4, 2005
Al Zarnuki, Mohammed Ali Salem Al ZarnukiYemen
  • Went through CSRT
  • Went through ARB
Al Zuhairi, Ahmed Zaid[16]Yemen
Ali, Abu Sana[16]Morocco
Ali, Sahibzada Usman[16]Afghanistan
Ali, Sarfraz[16]Pakistan
Ali, Syed Saim[16]Pakistan
Surnames beginning with Am to Az
NameCountryCapturedNotes
Amer, Jalal Salam BinYemen
Unexplained name mismatch in dossier
Ameziane, Djamel Saiid AliAlgeria
  • Former resident of Canada.
  • On December 5, 2013 he was transferred to Algeria.[46]
Amin, Aminullah[16]Pakistan
Amin, Omar Rajab[16]Kuwait
Continued detention considered by CSRT
Amro, Jalal Salem bin[16]Yemen
Anaam, Suhail Abdo[16]Yemen
Ansar, Muhammad[16]Pakistan
Anwar, MuhammadPakistan
released[24]
Aouzar, Mohamed[16]Morocco
Aqeel, Sulaiman bin[16]Yemen
Arbaish, Khalid bin Suleiman[16]
Aseeri, Turki Mashawi Zayid Ale Jabali[16]Saudi Arabia
Asharf, Muhammad[16]Pakistan
  • Name appears as Muhammad Ashraf on the Washington Post list of detainees.
  • Repatriated late 2004.[26][27]
  • Released June 28, 2005.
  • Asharf's name does not appear on the May 15, 2006 DoD list of Guantanamo detainees.
Aslam, Noor[16]Afghanistan
Asnar, Khalid[16]Jordan
Ayub, Haseeb[16]Pakistan
Ayub, MohammedChina
Continued detention considered by CSRT
Aziz, Ahamed Abdel[47]Mauritania2002-10-28
Transferred to Mauritania October 29, 2015
Azzam, Hussein[16]Jordan
Surnames beginning with B
NameCountryCapturedNotes
Muhammad al Ghazali Babikir[16]Sudan
Badrzaman Badr[16]AfghanistanA writer with a master's degree in English literature. At the time of his detention he was already imprisoned in Afghanistan for writing satirical articles that lampooned both the U.S. and the Taliban. Released in 2005 after 3.5 years of imprisonment by US. [3]
Saeed Bajadiyah[16]Morocco
Bakhtiar Bameri[16]Iran2002 in AfghanistanRepatriated September 14, 2004
[4]
Barak[16]Afghanistan
Barhoumi, SufyianAlgeriacharged with conspiracy to murder on November 7, 2005
Bashir, Ahmad[35]Pakistan17 when captured, released 2005
Batarfi, Ayman Saeed[16]Yemen
Bawazir, MohammadYemenclaims authorities tortured him to make him end his hunger strike
Lutfi Bayifkan[16]Turkey
Begg, MoazzamUnited Kingdomlate 2001*Stripped of his ICRC POW card - released Jan 2005
Belkacem, Bensayah[16]BosniaJanuary 17, 2002
  • Captured in Bosnia following his acquittal by the Bosnian Supreme Court
  • One of the Algerian Six
Belmar, RichardUnited KingdomWent to Afghanistan to flee UK law - released Jan 2005
Benchellali, Mourad[16]FranceBrother of Menad Benchellali - "the chemist" - released
Bin Attash, Hassin[35]Yemen17 when captured
Muhammad Binmoojan[16]Morocco
(Guantanamo ID 960)AfghanistanReleased prior to the initiation of the CSRT procedures
(Guantanamo ID 639)AfghanistanReleased prior to the initiation of the CSRT procedures
(Guantanamo ID 658)AfghanistanReleased on March 25, 2003.
(Guantanamo ID 968)AfghanistanAttended both his CSRT and ARB hearing.
Borekzai, Moheb UllahAfghanistan
Boumediene, Lakhdar[16]BosniaJanuary 17, 2002
  • Captured in Bosnia following his acquittal by the Bosnian Supreme Court
  • One of the Algerian Six
Brahim Benchakaroun[16]Morocco
Bukhary, Abdul HakimSaudi ArabiaContinued detention considered by a CSRT
Surnames beginning with C
NameCountryCapturedNotes
Chaman, NazargulAfghanistanContinued detention considered by a CSRT
Abdullah Celik[16]Turkey
Yuksel Celikgogus[16]Turkey
Redouan Chekkouri[16]Moroccorepatriated in 2004 - released on bail - then rearrested
Surnames beginning with D
NameCountryCapturedNotes
Dourad, Gouled Hassan[52]Somalia2004
Dourad's name does not appear on the May 15, 2006 DoD list of Guantanamo detainees.
Surnames beginning with E
NameCountryCapturedNotes
Sabri Mohammed Ebrahim
El Hajj, BoudellaBosniaJanuary 17, 2002
  • Captured following his acquittal by the Bosnian Supreme Court
  • One of the Algerian Six
Qari EsmhatullaAfghanistan
  • Testified he was under 16 when captured
  • Testified he was sold by bounty hunters
  • Testified he had no association with terrorism
Surnames beginning with F
NameCountryCapturedNotes
Farooq, Muhammad Naim[16]Afghanistan
Fauzee, Ibrahim[16]Maldives
Fazil, Mullah[16]Afghanistan
Feroze, Muhammad[16]Morocco
Fiz, Mohammed HagiAfghanistan
  • One of the first four detainees to be released.
  • Released October 2002.
  • Newspaper reports described him as frail and senile.
  • Claimed to be over one hundred years old.
Fouzan, Fahed[16]Saudi Arabia
Surnames beginning with G
NameCountryCapturedNotes
Ghaffar, Maulvi AbdulAfghanistan
  • Released from Guantanamo in January 2004.[53]
  • following his release, he subsequently fought with the Taliban and was killed in Afghanistan by coalition forces on September 26, 2004.[54]
  • Ghaffar's name does not appear on the May 15, 2006 DoD list of Guantanamo detainees.
Ghafour, AbdulAfghanistanContinued detention considered by a CSRT
Ghanem, Mohamed Ragab Abu [16]Yemen
Ghazi, Fahd Abdullah Ahmad[16]Saudi Arabia
Gherebi, Falen[16]Libya
Ghereby, Salem Abdul Salem 4
Ghezali, Mehdi MuhammedSwedenDec. 2001Captured in the Tora Bora Mountains, released July 8, 2004
Ghulab, Sher[16]Afghanistan
Gul, AwalAfghanistan
  • Acknowledged being a member of the Taliban.
  • Told his CSRT he had submitted several written resignations, that had not been accepted.
Gul, Lall[16]Afghanistan
Gul, Nate[16]Afghanistan
Gumarov, RavilRussia
  • Repatriated January 3, 2004.
  • Convicted of bombing a natural gas pipeline.
Surnames beginning with H
NameCountryCapturedNotes
Habib, MamdouhEgypt & Australialate 2001Now released, allegedly bears scars of torture
Hafez, Khalil RahmanPakistanContinued detention considered by CSRT
Hamada, Mohamed[16]Yemen
Hamdan, Salim AhmedYemenreleased to Yemen in 2008, conviction vacated in 2012
Hamdi, Yasir EsamUnited States & Saudilate 2001US citizen, moved to brig on mainland; expatriated to Saudi Arabia and stripped of US citizenship
Hamdoon, Zahir Omar bin[16]Yemen
HamidullahAfghanistanContinued detention considered by a CSRT
Hamlily, Mustafa AhmedAlgeriaContinued detention considered by a CSRT
Hamza, Abu[16]Saudi Arabia
Hanif, Muhammad[16]Pakistan
Hassan, Imad Abdullah[16]YemenSays he was a University student, captured in his University dorm, who had never even been to Afghanistan
Hassan, Mohammad Mohammad[16]Yemen
Hatair, Khalid[16]
Hatem, Saeed[16]Yemen
Hicks, DavidAustralialate 2001Convicted (plea bargain). Transferred to Australian Detention. Came from Adelaide, Australia.
Hkimi, Adel[16]Tunisia
Houari, Abdul Rahim (aka Haderbache, Sofiane)Algeria
  • Continued detention considered by a CSRT
  • On March 3, 2006 the DoD released a memo summarizing the factors for and against his continued detention, prepared for his Administrative Review Board hearing.[55]
Surnames beginning with I
NameCountryCapturedNotes
Idir, Mustafa Ait 4BosniaJanuary 17, 2002
  • Captured in Bosnia not "on the battlefield"
  • Apprehended after being acquitted by the Bosnian Supreme Court
Iilyas, Muhammad[16]Pakistan
Ikassrien, LahcenMorocco- -extradited to Spain July 2005
Iqbal, AsifUnited Kingdom2001released March 2004—alleges abuse
Iqbal, Faiq[16]Pakistanreleased[24]
Iqbal, Zafar[16]Pakistan
Irfan, Muhammad[16]Pakistan
Ishaq, Muhammad[16]Pakistanreleased[24]
Ishmuradov, Timur[16]Russia
Ismail, Sadeq Muhammad Sa'idYemenAlleged to have been trained at the Al Farouq training camp.
Ismail, Yasin Qasem MohammadYemenClaimed torture
Surnames beginning with J
NameCountryCapturedNotes
Jamaluddin, Muhammad[16]Pakistanreleased
Jan, Aziaullah[16]Pakistan
Jarabh, Saeed Ahmed Mohammed Abdullab Sarem 4
Joaid, Abdul Rahman[16]Saudi Arabia
Surnames beginning with K
NameCountryCapturedNotes
Kabir, Usama Hassan Ahmend AbuJordanContinued detention considered by a CSRT
Kahm, Abdul Rahman Abdullah Mohamed JumaAfghanistanContinued detention considered by a CSRT
Kanouni, ImadFranceReleased
Khadr AbdurahmanCanadalate 2001claims to have been a CIA mole - released
Khadr, OmarCanada2002/7/27Captured at age 15 following a fire fight between insurgents and US military during which a soldier was killed. Charged with war crimes, which are contentious based on the laws of war.[56] He was transferred to Canada on 29 September 2012 to serve for his sentence.[57]
Khairkhwa, Khairullah[16]Afghanistan
  • Former spokesman to the BBC and VOA
  • Former Governor of Herat
Khamix, KaramaYemen
  • As of December 30, 2005 faces trial in Yemen
  • Released, after three years detention, when US authorities decided he was not tied to al Qaeda
Khan, AbdullahUS Government withheld the first five pages of the transcript of his Combatant Status Review Tribunal
Khan, Alif[16]Afghanistan
Khan, Aziz[16]Afghanistan
Khan, Aziz[16]Pakistan
Khan, Badshah[16]Pakistan
Khan, Ejaz AhmadPakistanreleased[24]
Khan, Haji Mohammed[16]Afghanistan
Khan, Hamood ullah[16]Pakistan
Khan, Issa[16]Pakistan
Khan, Juma[16]Afghanistan
Khan, Merza[16]Afghanistan
Khan, Muhammad Ejaz[16]Pakistan
  • Repatriated late 2004[26][27]
  • Released June 28, 2005
  • Khan's name does not appear on the May 15, 2006 DoD list of Guantanamo detainees
Khan, Muhammad Kashif[16]Pakistan
Khan, NasratAfghanistanContinued detention considered by his CSRT and ARB
Khan, Tariq AzizPakistanreleased[24]
Khasraf, Mohamed Nasser Yahya Abdullah[16]Yemen
Kifayatullah[16]Pakistan
Kiyemba, JamalUganda, UK residenthunger striker, released in 2006 after Kiyemba v. Bush[58] and all Uyghur detainees at Guantanamo Bay had been released by 2013.
Koochi, Naeem[16]Afghanistan
Kudayev, RasulRussiaContinued detention considered by a CSRT
Kurnaz, MuratTurkey, German residentdossier accidentally declassified - released
Surnames beginning with L
NameCountryCapturedNotes
Lagah, Lofti Ben Suihi[16]Tunisia
Lahmar, Mahfouz SabirAlgeriaArrested in his home in Bosnia
Surnames beginning with M
NameCountryCapturedNotes
Madni, Hafez Qari Mohamed Saad IqbalPakistanContinued detention considered by a CSRT
Mahdi, Fawaz Naman Hamoud AbdullahsourceSaudi ArabiaAfghanistan, 2001Acknowledged to be seriously mentally ill.
Arkin MahmudChinaUyghur, released to Switzerland March 23, 2010
Mamut, BahtiyarChinaUyghur
Maimoundi, Hassan
Mamrouk, Adel Ben Hamida[16]Tunisia
Mamut, Abdul HelilChinaUyghur
Jamal Muhammad Alawi Mar'iYemenUS alleges the charities he worked for had ties to al Qaeda
Manzoor, Hafiz Liaqat*Pakistanreleased[24]
Maqrum, Murtada Ali SaidSaudi ArabiaOn March 3, 2006 the DoD released a memo summarizing the factors for and against his continued detention, prepared for his Administrative Review Board hearing.[59]Murtada's name did not appear on the May 15, 2006 DoD list of Guantanamo detainees.
Marouz, Muhammad[16]Morocco
Matin, Abdul
Maula, AbdulPakistanreleased[24]
Mazloom, Fazel[16]Afghanistan
Mazrou, Alaa Abdel Maqsoud[16]Egypt
Mehmood, MajidPakistanreleased[24]
Mehmood, TalliPakistanreleased[24]
Mehsud, AbdullahAfghanistanDec 2001
  • one of the first detainees to be released.[53]
  • returned to a senior Taliban leadership role
  • was killed on July 24, 2007 in Pakistan.[60]
Mert, Nuri[16]Turkey
Meshad, Sherif[16]Egypt
Mingazov, Ravil[16]Russia
Mohammed[16]Afghanistan
Mohammed, AlifAfghanistanFebruary 10, 2003Alleged follower of Abdul Wahid, captured following an ambush outside of Lejay, Afghanistan.
Mohammed, BenyamEthiopia, UK residentreleased
Mohammed, Hajii Faiz[16]Afghanistan
Mohammed, Jan[16]Afghanistan
Released in October 2002.
Mohammed, NagChinaUyghur
Mohammed, SaidAfghanistanContinued detention considered by a CSRT
Mohammed, Wazir[16]Afghanistan
Mubanga, MartinZambia and U.K.ZambiaReleased Jan 2005
Muhammad, Ali[16]Pakistan
Muhammad, Mirza[16]Afghanistan
Muhammad, ShahPakistanReleased May 8, 2003.[61][62][63]
MuhebullahAfghanistanContinued detention considered by a CSRT
Mujarrad, Talal Ahmed Mohamed[16]Yemen
Murshid, Ayoub[16]Yemen
Musaid, Mazin Salih
Muslimdost, Abdul RahimPakistan
Mustafa, Khaled benFrancereleased
Surnames beginning with N
NameCountryCapturedNotes
Nabaytah, Hassan[16]Jordan  
Nabiyev, Yusuf[16]Tajikistan
NaqibullahAfghanistan
  • Arrested at the age of 13[citation needed]
  • One of the three minors held at Camp Iguana.
  • Released on January 28, 2004.
  • The DoD's official list, of May 15, 2006, listed a minor named Naqib Ullah.[64] It is unclear whether these two names refer to the same individual.
Naseer, Muneer bin[16]Pakistan
Nasir, Abdul LatifMoroccoMay 13, 2002Released July 19, 2021 by President Joe Biden
Nasri, Riadh Mohammad[16]Tunisia
Nauman, Muhammad[16]Pakistan
Nechle, Mohammed[16]BosniaJanuary 17, 2002
  • Captured following his acquittal by the Bosnian Supreme Court
  • One of the Algerian Six
Noor, Yusuf Khaleel[16]Saudi Arabia
NoorallahAfghanistan
Noori, AdelChinaContinued detention considered by a CSRT
Noori, NorullahAfghanistanContinued detention considered by a CSRT
Surnames beginning with O
NameCountryCapturedNotes
ObaidullahAfghanistanJul 2002
transferred to the United Arab Emirates on August 15, 2016
Odigov, Ruslan[16]Russia
Omar, Muhammad[16]Pakistan
Omar, Othman Ali[16]Yemen
Osman, Haji[16]Afghanistan
Osman, Mohammad[16]Afghanistan
Surnames beginning with P
NameCountryCapturedNotes
Paracha, Saifullah[16]Pakistan
Hozaifa ParhatChinaUyghur released
Patel, Mustaq AliFranceAfghanistan
Surnames beginning with Q
NameCountryCapturedNotes
Qaid, Yaseem[16]Yemen
Qassim, Abu BakkerChina2001Detained in Camp Iguana, since 2002, as "enemy combatant;" CSRT ruled him "no longer enemy combatant" in 2004. Held pending country to accept him, due to him opposing return to China for fear of torture. Denied entry and asylum to U.S. under the INA, denied habeas corpus.
Qassim, Khalid Ahmed[16]YemenReported being tortured in Guantanamo.
Qudus, AbdulAfghanistan2001Was 14 years old when captured. Claimed to be sold for a bounty.
Released.
Quraish, Nasr Abdullah[16]Yemen
Surnames beginning with R
NameCountryCapturedNotes
Rabeii, Salman Yahya Hassan Mohammed 4
Rafiq, Muhammad[16]Pakistan
Rahim, Abdul[16]Pakistan
Rahim, Abdur[16]Afghanistan
Rjkarl[16]Egypt
Rahman, Asadullah AbdulAfghanistanlate 2001
  • Believed between 12 and 15 years old when detained.[citation needed]
  • One of the three minors held at Camp Iguana.
  • Released on January 28, 2004.
  • The DoD's official prisoner list of May 15, 2006 listed a minor named Assad Ullah.[64] It is unclear whether these two names refer to the same individual.
Rahman, Saji Ur[7]Pakistanlate 2001
Sajin Urayman was repatriated on 16 July 2003.[69]
Rahmatoulah[16]Afghanistan
Raouf, Mullah Abdel[16]Afghanistan
Rashid, Hani Saleh[16]Yemen
Rasul, ShafiqUnited Kingdomreleased March 2004, 3 months before Rasul v. Bush was decided. Alleges abuse.
Raza, Abid[16]Pakistan
Raza, Muhammad Arshad[16]Pakistan
Razaq, Abdul/AbdurPakistanreleased[24]
Razeq, Abdul[16]Afghanistan
Rehman, Abdul[16]Afghanistan
Rehman, Abdul[16]Pakistan
Rehman, Hafiz Khalil ur[16]Pakistan
  • Repatriated late 2004.[26][27]
  • Released June 28, 2005.
  • Rehman's name does not appear on the May 15, 2006 DoD list of Guantanamo detainees.
Rehman, Sajid-ur[16]Pakistan
Ridha, Yazidi[16]Tunisia
Ridouane, Khalid[16]Francereleased
Ruhani, Gholamreleased in 2007[70]
Russol, HabirAfghanistan
Rustam[16]Afghanistan
Surnames beginning with S
NameCountryCapturedNotes
Sadiq, MohammedAfghanistan
Released October 2002
Saeed, Hafiz Ihsan[16]Pakistan
Saeed, Muhammad[16]Pakistan
Safeesi, Abdul Sattar[16]Pakistan
Sagheer, MuhammadPakistan
Released October 2002.
Said, Hassan Mujamma Rabai (aka Bashir, Ghallab)Algeria
On March 3, 2006 the DoD released a memo summarizing the factors for and against his continued detention, prepared for his Administrative Review Board hearing.[71]
Salahuddin, GhaziPakistan
released July 2003[72]
Salman, Mohamed bin[16]Yemen
Sarajudim[16]Afghanistan
Sassi, Mohammed Ben Sala[16]Tunisia
Sassi, NizarFrance2002
repatriated July 27, 2004
Sattar, Abdul[16]Pakistan
Saud, Abu[16]Saudi Arabia
Sen, Ibrahim[16]Turkey
Sen, Mesut[16]Turkey
Shaalan, Hani Abdo Muslih[16]Yemen
Shah, NahirAfghanistan
Participated in his CSRT
Shah, Rostum[16]Afghanistan
Shah, Sliman[16]Afghanistan
Shah, Sulaiman[16]Afghanistan
Shah, Syed Zia Hussain[16]Pakistan
Shalabi, Abdul Rahman[47]Saudi Arabia2002-01-11
transferred September 22, 2015
SharbatAfghanistan
Participated in his CSRT
SharifullahAfghanistan
Participated in his CSRT
Shaqroon, Ibrahim bin[16]Morocco
Sharofov, Rukmiddin[16]Tajikistan
Shehzada, Mullah[16]Afghanistan
Shokuri, Yunis Abdurrahman[47]Morocco2002-05-01
transferred September 16, 2015
Sidiq, Mohammed[16]Afghanistan
Siddiqui, AafiaPakistani
Polad Sabir SirajovAzerbaijan
Slahi, Mohamedou OuldMauritania
  • Captured in Mauritania
  • Radical imam, an alleged mentor to the Hamburg cell
  • Held without charge for 7 years after an order from United States Federal judge for his release
  • Has never participated in a proven crime against the United States
  • Released Oct 17, 2016.
Sliti, HishamTunisia
Suleiman, Fayiz Ahmad Yahia [47]YemenLate 2001
released to Italy on July 10, 2016[73]
Sultan, Zahid[16]Pakistan
Surnames beginning with T
NameCountryCapturedNotes
Tabarak, Abdallah[16]Moroccorepatriated in 2004 - at large on bail
Tahir, Mohammad[16]Afghanistan
Tariq, Muhammad[16]Pakistan
Turkistani, Saddiq Ahmad2001
  • Born in Saudi Arabia to ethnic Uyghur citizens of China resident in Saudi Arabia. Nationality unclear.
  • Captured by the Taliban in 1997
  • Freed from Taliban imprisonment during the Invasion
  • Re-captured by the Americans
  • CSRT concluded, in 2005, that he was innocent
  • Transferred from Guantanamo to Saudi Arabia on June 25, 2005.
Surnames beginning with U
NameCountryCapturedNotes
Ullah, Asad[16]Afghanistan
Utain, Riyad[16]Yemen
Uthman, Uthman Abdul Rahim MohammadYemenAlleged to have trained at Tarnak Farms.
Uyar, Salih[16]TurkeySupposedly, Continued detention was justified because he was captured wearing a Casio F91W digital watch.
Uzel, Turgut[16]Turkey
Surnames beginning with V
NameCountryCapturedNotes
Vakhitov, Aryat[16]Russia
Vohidov, Muqim[16]Tajikistan
Von Ahmed, Ahmed[16]Azerbaijan
Surnames beginning with W
NameCountryCapturedNotes
Wali, Badshah[16]Afghanistan
Wali, JehanPakistanReleased May 8, 2003.
Wali, MohammedAfghanistan
Wazeer, Abdullah ba[16]Yemen
WazimSaudi ArabiaParticipated in his CSRT
Wazir, AbdullahAfghanistanParticipated in his CSRT
Wazir, Mohammed[16]Afghanistan
Surnames beginning with Y
NameCountryCapturedNotes
Yadel, Brahim[16]France
Yar, Hiztullah NasratAfghanistan
Yaqub, Ahmad MuhammanChinaUyghur
Surnames beginning with Z
NameCountryCapturedNotes
Zaeef, Mohammed[16]Afghanistan
Zaeef, Mullah Abdul SalamAfghanistanformer Taliban ambassador to Pakistan; released September 2005
Zahir, AbdulAfghanistancharged by the Guantanamo military commissions
Zaman, Badar uz[16]Pakistan
Zaman, Qaisir[16]Pakistanreleased[24]
Zemiri, AhceneAlgeriaFriend of millennium bomber Ahmed Ressam
Zemmori, Mosa Zi[16]BelgiumDetained, in part, because he was captured wearing a Casio digital watch; released
See also
Guantanamo detainees by nationality
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External links
^ Countries of Citizenship of Guantanamo detainees from the New York Times
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