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Musab Omar Ali Al Mudwani

The United States were holding a total of 112 Yemeni citizen at Guantanamo Bay.[1]

By January 2008 the Yemenis in Guantanamo represented the largest group of detainees.[2] On March 12, 2008 Mark Falkoff of the Center for Constitutional Rights issued a call for the repatriation of the Yemeni detainees, reporting that 95 Yemenis remained in detention, and they now constituted more than a third of the detainee population.[3] Falkoff wrote that the delay in his release is due to a failure of the USA and Yemeni governments to reach an agreement on the security arrangements for the detainees, following their repatriation. By contrast, almost all the 133 Saudi detainees in Guantanamo had been sent home in 2006 and 2007.

A delegation of Yemeni officials visited Guantanamo shortly after it opened in January 2002.[4]

Impact of Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab's alleged attempted suicide bombing

On December 25, 2009, Nigerian Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab allegedly tried to set off a suicide bomb on Northwest Airlines Flight 253. By December 27, 2009, responding to rumors that Abdulmutallab had confessed to being trained and equipped in Yemen, various American politicians, including Joe Lieberman, Pete Hoekstra, Peter T. King and Bennie Thompson, called for American President Barack Obama to halt plans to repatriate the Yemenis.[5][6][7][8][9]

Repatriated detainees

Several returned Yemeni detainees were charged and stood trial, following their repatriation.[10] Yemen established a special Criminal Court for Terrorism where their trials took place.[11][12][13][14]

On June 7, 2008 the Yemeni site Al Sahwa Net reported that negotiations were advanced for the repatration of approximately seventy Yemeni detainees.[15]

On June 7, 2008 Yemen Online reported that several Yemeni detainees had recently been allowed to their first phone calls to their families.[16] The article also reported that "informed sources" said Stephan Seche, the American ambassador had returned to the USA to brief the Bush Presidency on Yemen's rehabilitation program for repatriated detainees.

Secret terms in the US-Yemeni repatriation negotiations

An article published in the Yemen Post on November 13, 2012, reported on secret terms in the US-Yemeni repatriation negotiations.[17]

Yemen recently had a change in administration. Officials of the new administration said, "Saleh demanded $200 million in return for receiving the Yemeni detainees, but the US offered him only $20 million. The two sides could not reach an agreement to release the detainees by then."

List of Yemeni detainees in Guantanamo

isn name status notes
26 Fahed Abdullah Ahmad Ghazi

Held

27 Uthman Abdul Rahim Mohammed Uthman

Held

Won his habeas corpus

28 Muaz Hamza Ahmad Al Alawi

Held

29 Muhammad Ahmad Abdallah Al Ansi

Held

30 Ahmed Umar Abdullah al Hikimi

Held

31 Mahmoud Abd Al Aziz Abd Al Mujahid

Held

32 Faruq Ali Ahmed

Transferred

33 Mohammed Ahmad Said Al Edah

Held

34 Al Khadr Abdallah Muhammed Al Yafi

Held

35 Idris Ahmed Abdu Qader Idris

Held

36 Ibrahim Othman Ibrahim Idris

Held

37 Abd al Malik Abd al Wahab

Held

39 Ali Hamza Ahmed Suleiman Al Bahlul

Held

40 Abdel Qadir Hussein Al Mudhaffari

Held

41 Majid Mahmud Abdu Ahmad

Held

43 Samir Naji Al Hasan Moqbel

Held

44 Mohammed Rajab Sadiq Abu Ghanim

Held

45 Ali Ahmad Muhammad Al Rahizi

Held

69 Sadeq Muhammad Sa'id Ismail

Transferred

78 Mohammad Ahmed Abdullah Saleh Al Hanashi

Dead

Died in custody

88 Waqas Mohammed Ali Awad

Held

91 Abdul Al Saleh

Held

115 Abdul Rahman Mohamed Saleh Naser

Held

117 Muktar Yahya Najee Al Warafi

Held

128 Ghaleb Nassar Al Bihani

Held

129 Toufiq Saber Muhammad Al Marwa'i

Transferred

131 Salem Ahmed Hadi

Transferred

149 Salim Ahmed Hamdan

Transferred

152 Asim Thahit Abdullah Al Khalaqi

Held

153 Fayiz Ahmad Yahia Suleiman

Held

156 Allal Ab Aljallil Abd Al Rahman Abd

Held

162 Ali Husayn Abdullah Al Tays

Transferred

163 Khalid Abd Jal Jabbar Muhammad Juthman Al Qadasi

Held

165 Adil Said Al Haj Obeid Al Busayss

Held

167 Ali Yahya Mahdi Al Raimi

Held

170 Sharaf Ahmad Muhammad Masud

Held

171 Abu Bakr Ibn Ali Muhhammad Alahdal

Held

172 Ali Muhammed Nasir

Transferred

178 Tarek Ali Abdullah Ahmed Baada

Held

183 Issam Hamid Al Bin Ali Al Jayfi

Transferred

193 Muhsin Muhammad Musheen Moqbill

Transferred

198 Mohammed Ahmed Ali Al Asadi

Transferred

202 Mahmmoud Omar Mohammed Bin Atef

Held

204 Said Ibrahim Ramzi Al Zahrani

Transferred

205 Nasser Najiri Amtiri

Transferred

221 Ali Mohsen Salih

Transferred

223 Abdul Rahman Abdul Abu Ghiyth Sulayman

Held

224 Abd Al Rahman Abdullah Ali Muhammad

Held

225 Hani Abdul Muslih Al Shulan

Transferred

233 Abdul Al Razzaq Muhammad Salih

Held

235 Saeed Ahmed Mohammed Abdullah Sarem Jarabh

Held

242 Khaled Qasim

Held

249 Mohammed Abdullah Al Hamiri

Held

251 Muhhammad Said Bin Salem

Held

252 Yasim Muhammed Basardah

Held

254 Muhammad Ali Hussein Khenaina

Held

255 Said Muhammed Salih Hatim

Held

256 Atag Ali Abdoh Al-Haj

Transferred

259 Fadil Husayn Salih Hintif

Held

321 Ahmed Yaslam Said Kuman

Held

324 Mashur Abdallah Muqbil Ahmed Al Sabri

Held

434 Mustafa Abdul Qawi Abdul Aziz Al Shamyri

Held

440 Mohammed Ali Abdullah Bwazir

Held

441 Abdul Al Rahman Al Zahri

Held

461 Abdul Rahman Umir Al Qyati

Held

498 Mohammed Ahmed Said Haidel

Held

503 Saleh Mohamed Al Zuba

Transferred

506 Khalid Mohammed Salih Al Dhuby

Held

508 Salman Yahya Hassan Mohammed Rabeii

Held

509 Mohammed Nasir Yahya Khusruf

Held

511 Sulaiman Awath Sulaiman Bin Ageel Al Nahdi

Held

522 Yasin Qasem Muhammad Ismail

Held

549 Omar Said Salim Al Dayi

Held

554 Fahmi Salem Said Al Sani

Held

564 Jalal Salam Bin Amer

Held

569 Zuhail Abdo Anam Said Al Sharabi

Held

570 Sabri Mohammed Ebrahim Al Qurashi

Held

574 Hamoud Abdullah Hamoud Hassan Al Wady

Held

575 Saad Masir Mukbl Al Azani

Held

576 Zahar Omar Hamis Bin Hamdoun

Held

577 Jamal Muhammad Alawi Mar'i

Transferred

578 Abdul Aziz Abdullah Ali Al Suadi

Held

586 Karam Khamis Sayd Khamsan

Transferred

627 Ayman Saeed Abdullah Batarfi

Transferred

678 Fawaz Naman Hamoud Abdallah Mahdi

Transferred

679 Mohmmad Ahmad Ali Tahar

Transferred

680 Emad Abdalla Hassan

Held

681 Mohammed Mohammed Hassen

Transferred

Won his habeas corpus

683 Fayad Yahya Ahmed

Transferred

686 Abdel Ghalib Ahmad Hakim

Held

688 Fahmi Abdullah Ahmed

Held

689 Mohammed Ahmed Salam

Held

690 Ahmed Abdul Qader

Held

691 Mohammed Ali Salem Al Zarnuki

Held

692 Ali Bin Ali Aleh

Transferred

693 Ali Abdullah Ahmed

Dead

Died in custody

728 Jamil Ahmed Said Nassir

Held

836 Ayoub Murshid Ali Saleh

Held

837 Bashir Nashir Al-Marwalah

Held

838 Shawki Awad Balzuhair

Held

839 Musab Omar Ali Al Mudwani

Held

840 Ha Il Aziz Ahmed Al Maythali

Held

841 Sa id Salih Sa id Nashir

Held

1014 Walid Mohammed Shahir

Transferred

1015 Hussein Salem Mohammed

Held

1017 Omar Mohammed Ali Al Rammah

Held

1453 Sanad Ali Yislam Al-Kazimi

Held

1456 Hassan Mohammed Ali Bin Attash

Held

1457 Al Hajj Abdu Ali Sharqawi

Held

1463 Abdul Al Salam Al Hilal

Held

10013 Ramzi bin al-Shibh

Held

"high-value detainee"

10014 Walid bin 'Attash

Held

"high-value detainee"

See also

References

External links

  • Yemenis cleared for release held in Guantanamo for years May 2011

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