Fahd Muhammed Abdullah Al Fouzan

Fahd Muhammed Abdullah Al Fouzan

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subject_name = Fahd Muhammed Abdullah Al Fouzan



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date_of_birth = Birth date|1983|12|01
place_of_birth = Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
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detained_at = Guantanamo
id_number = 218
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charge = no charge, held in extrajudicial detention
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Fahd Muhammed Abdullah Al Fouzan is a citizen of Saudi Arabia held in extrajudicial detention in the United States Guantanamo Bay detention camps, in Cuba.cite web
url=http://www.dod.mil/news/May2006/d20060515%20List.pdf
title=List of Individuals Detained by the Department of Defense at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba from January 2002 through May 15, 2006
author=OARDEC
publisher=United States Department of Defense
date=May 15 2006
accessdate=2007-09-29
format=PDF
] His Guantanamo Internee Security Number is 218.The Department of Defense reports that he was born on December 1 1983, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Combatant Status Review Tribunal

Initially the Bush administration asserted that they could withhold all the protections of the Geneva Conventions to captives from the war on terror. This policy was challenged before the Judicial branch. Critics argued that the USA could not evade its obligation to conduct a competent tribunals to determine whether captives are, or are not, entitled to the protections of prisoner of war status.

Subsequently the Department of Defense instituted the Combatant Status Review Tribunals. The Tribunals, however, were not authorized to determine whether the captives were "lawful combatants" -- rather they were merely empowered to make a recommendation as to whether the captive had previously been correctly determined to match the Bush administration's definition of an enemy combatant.

ummary of Evidence memo

A Summary of Evidence memo was prepared for Fahd Muhammed Abdullah Al Fouzan'sCombatant Status Review Tribunal, on
1 October 2004.cite web
url=http://www.dod.mil/pubs/foi/detainees/csrt_arb/000201-000299.pdf#35
title=Summary of Evidence for Combatant Status Review Tribunal -- Al Fouzan, Fahd Muhammed Abdullah
date=1 October 2004
pages=pages 35-36
author=OARDEC
publisher=United States Department of Defense
accessdate=2008-03-13
] The memo listed the following allegations against him:

:"'The detainee is a member of al Qaida::#The detainee traveled to Afghanistan after 11 September 01.:#The detainee was identified as having attended Abu Nasir military camp in Afghanistan.:#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.:#The detainee's name was found on an internet website listing of captured Taliban and al Qaida fighters.:#The above mentioned website's stated goal was to publish the names to place pressure on the home countries and Pakistan to release the "prisoners." sic:#The detainee's name was found on a list recovered during a raid on a suspected safehouse in Karachi, Pakistan.:#During the above-mentioned raid, six Arab fighters located in the safehouse opened fire on authorities with Kalishnikov sic rifles and grenades.

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There is no record that Al Fouzanparticipated in his Combatant Status Review Tribunal.

Administrative Review Board hearings

Detainees who were determined to have been properly classified as "enemy combatants" were scheduled to have their dossier reviewed at annual Administrative Review Board hearings. The Administrative Review Boards weren't authorized to review whether a detainee qualified for POW status, and they weren't authorized to review whether a detainee should have been classified as an "enemy combatant".

They were authorized to consider whether a detainee should continue to be detained by the United States, because they continued to pose a threat -- or whether they could safely be repatriated to the custody of their home country, or whether they could be set free.

First annual Administrative Review Board

A Summary of Evidence memo was prepared for Fahd Muhammed Abdullah Al Fouzan'sfirst annualAdministrative Review Board.cite web
url=http://www.dod.mil/pubs/foi/detainees/csrt/ARB_Factors_Set_2_1046-1160.pdf#94
title=Unclassified Summary of Evidence for Administrative Review Board in the case of Al Fouzan, Fahd Muhammed Abdullah
date=date redacted
pages=pages 94-96
author=OARDEC
publisher=United States Department of Defense
accessdate=2008-03-13
] The memo listed factors for and against his continued detention.

The following primary factors favor continued detention:

:"'a. Commitment:#The detainee traveled to Afghanistan after September 11, 2001.:#The detainee traveled to Afghanistan from Saudi Arabia via; Bahrain; Karachi, Pakistan; Quetta, Pakistan; and into Kandahar, Afghanistan. While in Afghanistan, he traveled to Kabul, Khowst, and Jalalabad.:#The detainee went to Afghanistan for 10 months in 1999.

:"'b. Training::The detainee was identified as having attended the Abu Nasir military camp in Afghanistan.

:"'c. Connection/Associations:#The detainee was identified by a senior al Qaida member.:#The detainee worked for the Al-Harmayn Charitable Institute sic.:#Al-Harmayn sic was added on 11 Mar 02 to the list of organizations identified under Executive Order 13224 blocking property and prohibiting transactions with persons who commit, threaten to commit, or support terrorism.:#The detainee’s name was found on an internet website listing of captured Taliban and al Qaida fighters.:#The above mentioned website’s stated goal was to publish the names to place pressure on the home countries and Pakistan to release the “prisoners” sic.:#The detainee’s name was found on a list recovered during a raid on a suspected safe house in Karachi, Pakistan.:#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.:#The detainee’s name was recovered from a collection of miscellaneous letters and other papers in a suspected al Qaida member’s house in Kandahar, Afghanistan.

:"'d Other Relevant Data:#The detainee claims that his passport was stolen while in Afghanistan.:#The detainee was designated by the Saudi Ministry of Interior, General Directorate of Investigations, (Mabahith), as being a high priority target.

The following primary factors favor release of transfer:

:

econd annual Administrative Review Board

A Summary of Evidence memo was prepared for Fahd Muhammed Abdullah Al Fouzan'ssecond annualAdministrative Review Board, on
27 February 2006.cite web
url=http://www.dod.mil/pubs/foi/detainees/csrt_arb/ARB_Round_2_Factors_299-398.pdf#37
title=Unclassified Summary of Evidence for Administrative Review Board in the case of Al Fouzan, Fahd Muhammed Abdullah
date=27 February 2006
pages=pages 37-39
author=OARDEC
publisher=United States Department of Defense
accessdate=2008-03-13
] The memo listed factors for and against his continued detention.

The following primary factors favor continued detention:

:"'a. Commitment:#The detainee departed Saudi Arabia with approximately 15,000 Riyals. The detainee stated it was to buy laundry equipment.:#The detainee stopped in Bahrain for two days on his way to Karachi, Pakistan.:#Once in Karachi, Pakistan, the detainee met with an employee of his company who was also a friend. They stayed in Karachi for about two weeks. The two traveled to Quetta, Pakistan, then on to Kandahar, Afghanistan and stayed in Kandahar for approximately one week. The two then traveled to Kabul, Afghanistan, met with another friend and stayed at his home for about two weeks.:#The detainee stated he spent one and a half months in Kabul with the friend who was an employee of the detainee's company.:#The detainee left Kabul and traveled to Khowst, Afghanistan and claims that United States air strikes began during his seven-day stay there. That is when the detainee expressed his desire to leave, stating he wanted to go to the Saudi embassy in Pakistan. The detainee sic friends warned him that the Pakistani Army would be harsh on Arabs and took him to Jalalabad instead.:#The group traveled from Khowst to Jalalabad and hid there for approximately two weeks waiting for the bombing to stop. After two weeks, the detainee once again expressed his desire to leave, insisting on going to Pakistan. The detainee's Afghani friend found a guide to take him to Pakistan.:#The detainee claime he was advised to let the guide carry his papers, including his passport, on his trip back to Pakistan. The detainee claims that once they reached the border the guide fled with his documents. The detainee was then captured by the police.

:"'b. Training::A foreign government reported that the detainee traveled to Afghanistan for approximately 10 months in 1999. The detainee was identified as having joined the military camp, Abu Nasir, in Afghanistan. The detainee was designated as a high priority target.

L"'c. Connections/Associations:#The detainee was identified as sic al Qaida by a foreign government source.:#The detainee was identified by a senior al Qaida operative.:#The detainee was identified as having fought in Tora Bora.:#The detainee was identified as being a fundraiser and recruiter for both al Qaida and the Taliban in Saudi Arabia.:#The detainee was identified as an employee of the al Haramayn Charitable Institute.:#Al Haramayn was added on 11 March 2002 to the list of organizations identified under Executive Order 13224 blocking property and prohibiting transactions with persons who commit, threaten to commit, or support terrorism.:#The detainee was captured in a group of 84 Mujahidin fighters crossing in the Nangahar Province sic on 14 December 2001. The detainee's name and hometown were listed on an internet site, the Alneda, regarding Taliban and al Qaeda fighters captured.:#The detainee's name was found on a document recovered from a computer associated with a senior al Qaida operative. The document lists the names and addresses of captured Mujahidin fighters.:#The detainee's name was among the names of 324 al Qaida members listed on a document foud in a safe house raided in Karachi, Pakistan.:#The detainee's name and phone number were found on a document recovered by Allied personnel in a suspected al Qaida member's house in Kandahar, Afghanistan.

The following primary factors favor release or transfer:

::The detainee denied having any knowledge of the attacks in the United States prior to their execution on 11 September 2001, and also denied knowledge of any rumors or plans of future attacks on the United States or United States interests.

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