Partial Listing of Former GTMO Detainees Who have Reengaged in Terrorism

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Appendix A: Partial Listing of Former GTMO Detainees Who have Reengaged in Terrorism  (2009) 
This table was published as an appendix to a document dated 2009-04-07, entitled "Fact Sheet: Former Guantanamo Detainee Terrorism Trends"

It was republished by the Miami Herald http://media.miamiherald.com/smedia/2009/05/27/20/recidivists.source.prod_affiliate.56.pdf

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Appendix A: Partial Listing of Former GTMO Detainees Who have Reengaged in Terrorism[edit]

Name Nationality Repatriated Activity Status
Sabi Janh Abdul Ghafour also known as
Maulvi Abdul Ghaffar
Afghanistan March 2003 Died fighting Afghan forces Suspected
Shah Mohammed Pakistan May 2003 Killed fighting U.S. forces in Afghanistan Confirmed
Yousef Muhammed Yaaqoub also known as
Mullah Shahzada
Afghanistan May 2003 Taliban commander in Afghanistan; Organized jailbreak in Kandahar; killed on 7 May 2004 fighting U.S. forces Confirmed
Mohammed Nayim Farouq Afghanistan July 2003 Association with Taliban and al-Qaida; involved in anti-coalition activity Suspected
Ibrahim Shafir Sen Turkey November 2003 Leader of al-Qaida cells in Van; recruited and trained members, provided illegal weapons and facilitation Confirmed
Mohammed Ismail Afghanistan January 2004 Participated in an attack against U.S. forces Taliban member Confirmed
Abdullah D. Kafkas Russia March 2004 Suspected involvement in an attack against a traffice police checkpoint in Nalchik in October 2005 Suspected
Almasm Rabilavich Sharipov Russia March 2004 Association with terrorist group Hezb-e-Tahrir Suspected
Timur Ravilich Ishmurat Russia March 2004 Involved in a gas line bombing Confirmed
Ruslan Anatolivich Odijev Russia March 2004 Participated in several terrorism acts including an October 2005 attack in the Caucasus region that killed and injured several police officers Suspected
Said Mohammad Alim Shah also known as
Abdullah Mahsud
Afghanistan March 2004 Kidnapped two Chinese engineers; Claimed responsibility for an Islamabad hotel bombing; directed a suicide attack in April 2007 killing 31 people Confirmed
Ravil Gumarov Russia March 2004 Involved in a gas line bombing Confirmed
Abdullah Ghofoor Afghanistan March 2004 Taliban commander; planning attacks on U.S. and Afghan forces; killed in a raid by Afghan security forces Suspected
Mohammed Bin Ahmad Mizouz Morocco July 2004 Recruiter for al-Qaida in Iraq Confirmed
Ibrahim Bin Shakaran Morocco July 2004 Recruiter for al-Qaida in Iraq Confirmed
Isa Khan Pakistan September 2004 Association with Tehrik-i-Taliban Suspected
Muhibullah Afghanistan July 2005 Association with the Taliban Suspected
Abdallah Saleh Ali al-Ajmi Kuwait November 2005 Conducted a suicide attack in Iraq Confirmed
Abdullah Majid Al-Naimi Bahrain November 2005 Arrested in October 2008; involved in terrorist facilitation; has known associations with al-Qaida Confirmed
Saad Madhi Saad Hawash al Azmi Kuwait November 2005 Association with al-Qaida Suspected
Majid Abdullah Lahiq al Joudi Saudi Arabia February 2007 Terrorist facilitation Confirmed
Mazin Salih Musaid al-Alawi al-Awfi also known as
Abu al-Hareth Muhammad al-Awfi
Saudi Arabia July 2007 Leadership figure in al-Qaida in Arabian Peninsula Confirmed
Abd al Razzaq Abdallah Ibrahim al-Sharikh Saudi Arabia September 2007 Arrested in September 2008 for supporting terrorism Suspected
Abd al Hadi Abdallah Ibrahim al Sharikh Saudi Arabia September 2007 Arrested in September 2008 for association with terrorist members; supporting terrorism Suspected
Zahir Shah Afghanistan November 2007 Participation in terrorist training Confirmed
Abu Sufyan al Azdi al-Shihri Saudi Arabia November 2007 Leadership figure in al-Qaida in Arabian Peninsula Confirmed
Abdullah Gulam Rasoul Afghanistan December 2007 Taliban military commander for Afghanistan; Organizaed an assault on U.S. military aircraft in Afghanistan Suspected
Haji Sahib Rohullah Wakil Afghanistan April 2008 Association with terrorist groups Suspected