Guantanamo Review Dispositions -- Final Dispositions as of January 22, 2010

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AF 4 Abdul Haq Wasiq Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war.
AF 6 Mullah Norullah Noori Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war.
AF 7 Mullah Mohammed Fazl Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war.
AF 560 Haji WaH Muhammed Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war, SUbject to further review by the Principals prior to the detainee's transfer to a detention facility in the United States.
AF 579 Khairullah Said Wali Khairkhwa Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war.
AF 753 Abdul Sahir Referred for prosecution.
AF 762 Obaidullah Referred for prosecution.
AF 782 Awal Gul Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war.
AF 832 Mohammad Nabi Omari Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war.
AF 850 Mohammed Hashim Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement appropriate security measures.
AF 899 Shawali Khan Transfer to   subject to appropriate security measures.
AF 900 Mohamed Jawad Transfer to Afghanistan pursuant to a court order issued in the detainee's habeas case.
AF 928 KhiAli Gul Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement appropriate security measures.
AF 934 Abdul Ghani Transfer to   subject to appropriate security measures. The Review Panel understands that  
AF 944 Sharifullah Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement appropriate security measures.
AF 975 Karim Bostan Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war, subject to further review by the Principals prior to the detainee's transfer to a detention facility in the United States.
AF 1008 Mohammad Mustafa Sohail Bahazada Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement appropriate security measures.
AF 1030 Abdul Qawi Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement appropriate security measures.
AF 1045 Mohammed Kamin Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war.
AF 1103 Mohammed Zahir Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement appropriate security measures.
AF 1104 Mohammed Rahim Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement appropriate security measures.
AF 1119 Ahmid Al Razak Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war, subject to further review by the Principals prior to the detainee's transfer to a detention facility in t,he United States.
AF 3148 Haroon al-Afghani Referred for prosecution.
AF 10028 Inayatullah Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war.
AF 10029 Muhammad Rahim Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war, sUbject to further review by the Principals prior to the detainee's transfer to a detention facility in the United States.
AG 238 Nabil Said Hadjarab Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures. The Review Panel recommends transfer to  
AG 288 Mutia Sadiq Ahmad Sayyab Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures. The Review Panel recommends transfer to  
AG 290 Ahmed Bin Saleh Bel Bacha Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures. The Review Panel recommends transfer to  
AG 310 Djamel Saiid Ali Ameziane Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures. The Review Panel recommends transfer to  
AG 311 Saiid Farhi Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures. The Review Panel recommends transfer to Algeria.
AG 533 Hasan Zamiri Transfer to Algeria subject to appropriate security measures.
AG 685 Said bin Brahim bin Umran Bakush Referred for prosecution.
AG 694 Sufyian Barhoumi Referred for prosecution.
AG 744 Aziz Abdul Naji Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures. The Review Panel recommends transfer to Algeria.
AG 1452 Adi Hadi al Jazairi Bin Hamlili Transfer to Algeria subject to appropriate security measures.
AG 10001 Bensayah Belkecem Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures.    were specifically identified as the appropriate reset! emen op Ions.
AG 10002 Sabir Lahmar Transfer outside the United States with appropriate security assurances (potential destination countries include  
AG 10005 Lakhdar Boumediene Transfer outside the United States with appropriate security assurances (potential destination countries include  
AJ 89 Polad Sabir Oglu Sirajov Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures.
CA 766 Omar Khadr Referred for prosecution.
CD 269 Mohammed EI Gharani Transfer outside the United States with appropriate security assurances (potential destination countries include Chad).
CH 102 Nagid Mohammed Transfer or release outside the United States.
CH 103 Arkin Mahmud Transfer or release outside the United States.
CH 201 Ahmad Tourson Transfer or release outside the United States.
CH 219 Abdul Razak Transfer or release outside the United States.
CH 250 Hassan Anvar Transfer or release outside the United States.
CH 275 Yousef Abbas Transfer to the United States, or transfer or release outside the United States.
CH 277 Bahtiyar Mahnut Transfer or release outside the United States.
CH 278 Abdul Helil Mamut Transfer to the United States, or transfer or release outside the United States.
CH 280 Saidullah Khalik Transfer to the United States, or transfer or release outside the United States.
CH 281 Abdul Rahman Transfer or release outside the United States.
CH 282 Hajiakbar Abdul Ghuper Transfer to the United States, or transfer or release outside the United States.
CH 285 Jallal Adin Abd Al Rahman Transfer to the United States, or transfer or release outside the United States.
CH 289 Dawut Abdurehim Transfer to the United States, or transfer or release outside the United States.
CH 295 Eman Abdulahat Transfer to the United States, or transfer or release outside the United States.
CH 320 Huzaifa Parhat Transfer to the United States, or transfer or release outside the United States.
CH 328 Ahmed Mohamed Yaqub Transfer or release outside the United States.
CH 584 Adel Noori Transfer or release outside the United States.
EG 190 Sherif Fati Ali Al Mishad Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures.
EG 369 Adel Fattough Ali Algazzar Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures.
EG 535 Tariq Mahmoud Ahmed Al Sawah Referred for prosecution.
ET 1458 Binyam Mohammed Transfer to the United Kingdom.
GZ 10016 Zayn al-Ibidin Muhammed Husayn Referred for prosecution.
ID 10019 Encep Nurjaman (Hambali) Referred for prosecution.
IZ 433 Jawad Jabber Sadkhan Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures. Possible destination countries include Iraq.
IZ 10026 Nashwan abd al-Razzaq abd al-Baqi (Hadi) Referred for prosecution.
KE 10025 Mohammed Abdul Malik Bajabu Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war.
KU 213 Khalid Adullah Mijshad al-Mutayri Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement appropriate security measures. This decision is made in accordance with a court order in this detainee's habeas case. The Review Panel recommends transfer to Kuwait fo  
KU 232 Fawzi Khalid Abdullah Fahad Al Odah Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war.
KU 551 Fouad Mahmud Hasan Al Rabia Pursuant to a court order in this detainee's habeas case and the government's decision not to appeal, transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement appropriate security measures.
KU 552 Faez Mohammed Ahmed Al-Kandari Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war.
KU 10024 Khalid Sheikh Mohammed Referred for prosecution.
LE 722 Jihad Oeyab Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement appropriate security measures.
LY 189 Salem Abdu Salam Ghereby Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement appropriate security measures.
LY 263 Ashraf Salim Abd al-Salam Sultan Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures.
LY 654 Abdul Hamid Salam Al-Ghizzawi Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures.
LY 695 Omar Khalif Mohammed Abu Baker Mahjour Umar Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war.
LY 708 Ismael Ali Faraj Ali Bakush Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war.
LY 709 Abdul Rauf Omar Mohammad Abu Al-Quisin Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures (including any necessary  
LY 10017 Mustafa Faraj Muhammad Masud al-Jadid al-Uzaybi Referred for prosecution
MO 197 Younis Abdurrahman Chekkouri Transfer to   subject to appropriate security measures, including   The Review Panel notes that    
MO 244 Abdul Latif Nasir Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war.
MR 757 Ahmed Abdel Aziz Transfer to  , subject to appropriate security measures.
MR 760 Mohamedou Ould Siahi Referred for prosecution.
MY 10021 Mohd Farik bin Amin Referred for prosecution.
MY 10022 Bashir bin Lap Referred for prosecution.
PK 1094 Saifullah Paracha Referred for prosecution.
PK 1460 Abdul Rabbani Referred for prosecution.
PK 1461 Mohammed Rabbani Referred for prosecution.
PK 10018 Ali abd al Aziz Ali Referred for prosecution.
PK 10020 Majid Khan Referred for prosecution.
RS 702 Ravil Mingazov Referred for prosecution.
SA 42 Abd Al Rahman Shalbi Isa Uwaydah Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war.
SA 49 Aasmi Matruq Mohammad Assami Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures (including any necessary  
SA 63 Mohamed Mani Ahmad al Kahtani Referred for prosecution.
SA 195 Mohammed Abd Al Rahman Al Shumrant Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war.
SA 200 Saad Muhammad Husayn Qahtani Transfer to   sUbject to appropriate security measures, including   
SA 239 Shaker Aamer Transfer to   subject to appropriate security measures, including    
SA 331 Ayman Muhammad Ahmad Al Shurfa Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures. The Review Panel recommends transfer to    
SA 335 Khalid Muhammed Transfer to Saudi Arabia    
SA 669 Ahmed Zayid Salim Al Zuhayri Transfer to Saudi Arabia subject to appropriate security measures and further disposition in accordance with Saudi law.
SA 682 Abdullah Al Sharbi Referred for prosecution.
SA 687 Abdul Aziz Karim Transfer to Saudi Arabia    
SA 696 Jabran al Qahtani Referred for prosecution.
SA 713 Mohammed Al Zahrani Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war.
SA 768 Ahmed Al-Darbi Referred for prosecution.
SA 1456 Hassan Bin Attash Referred for prosecution.
SA 10011 Mustafa Ahmad al Hawsawi Referred for prosecution.
SA 10015 Mohammed al Nashiri Referred for prosecution.
SO 567 Mohammad Sulayman Barre Transfer to Somaliland subject to appropriate security measures.
SO 10023 Guleed Hassan Ahmed Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war, subject to further review by the Principals prior to the detainee's transfer to a detention facility in the United States.
SO 10027 Abdullahi Sudi Arale Transfer to Somaliland subject to appropriate security measures.
SU 36 Ibrahim Othman Ibrahim Idris Transfer to   subject to appropriate security measures, including,     
SU 54 Mohammed Ahmed Referred for prosecution.
SU 707 Noor Uthman Muhammed Referred for prosecution.
SY 307 Abd-al-Nisr Khantumani Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures.
SY 312 Muhammad Khantumani Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures.
SY 317 Moammar Badawi Dokhan Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures. Possible destination countries include   or  
SY 326 Ahmed Adnan Ahjam Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures.
SY 327 Ali Hussein Muhammed Shaban Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures.
SY 329 Abd Al Hadi Omar Mahmoud Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement Faraj appropriate security measures.
SY 330 Abdah Muhammad Masum Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement appropriate security measures.
SY 489 Abd Al Rahim Abdul Razaq Janko Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures (poss ble destination countries include   and  .
SY 537 Mahud Salem Al-Mohammed Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures.
TI 257 Omar Hamzayavich Abdulayev Transfer to Tajikistan subject to appropriate security measures.
TS 38 Ridah Bin Saleh al Yazidi Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures.
TS 46 Saleh Bin Hadi Asasi Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures.
TS 148 Adil Mabrouk Bin Hamida Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures.
TS 168 Adel Al Hakeemy Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures, including possible prosecution. The Review Panel notes that   and  
TS 174 Hasham Bin Ali Omar Sliti Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures.
TS 502 Abdul Bin Mohammed Abis Ourgy Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures. (b)( 1), (b)(5)
TS 510 Barhumi Riyadh Bin Muhammad Tahir Bin Lakhdir Nasri Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures. The Review Panel recommends that the detainee be transferred to (b) (5)
TS 717 Hedi Ben Hedili Hammami Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures.
TS 892 Rafiq Bin Bashir Bin Jalud Al Hami Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures.
TS 894 Abdullah Bin Ali Al Lufti Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures.
TZ 10012 Ahmed Ghailani Referred for prosecution.
UAE 309 Mjuayn Al-Din Jamal Al-Din Abd Al Fadhil Abd Al-Sattar Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures (possible countries include  
UZ 22 Shakhrukh Hamiduva Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures (possible countries include  
UZ 452 Oibek Jamaladinovich Jabarov Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures (possible countries include  
UZ 455 Alisheer Hammedulah Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures (possible countries include  
UZ 675 Kamalludin Kasimbekov Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures (possible countries include  
WE 519 Mahrar Rafat Al-Quwari Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures.
WE 684 Mohammed Tahanmatan Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures.
YM 26 Fahed Abdullah Ahmad Ghazi At this time, given the current security situation in Yemen, conditional detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war. Before the closure of Guantanamo, the detainee may be transferred if the security situation in Yemen improves, an appropriate rehabilitation program or third-country resettlement option becomes available, or Yemen has demonstrated its abilityto~or mitigate any threat they pose. At the time of the closure Guantanamo, the detainee will be reconsidered for transfer to Yemen, a third country, or a detention facility in the United States.
YM 27 Uthman Abd al-Rahim Muhammad Uthman Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war, subject to further review by the Principals prior to the detainee's transfer to a detention facility in the United States.
YM 28 Moath Hamza Ahmed Al-Alwi Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war.
YM 29 Mohammed al-Ansi Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war, SUbject to further review by the Principals prior to the detainee's transfer to a detention facility in the United States.
YM 30 Ahmed Umar Abdullah al-Hikimi At this time, given the current security situation in Yemen, conditional detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war. Before the closure of Guantanamo, the detainee may be transferred if the security situation in Yemen improves, an appropriate rehabilitation program or third-country resettlement option becomes available, or Yemen has demonstrated its abilityto~or mitigate any threat they pose. At the time of the closure Guantanamo, the detainee will be reconsidered for transfer to Yemen, a third country, or a detention facility in the United States.
YM 31 Mahmud Abd Al Aziz Al Mujahid Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war.
YM 32 Faruq Ali Ahmed Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement appropriate security measures.
YM 33 Mohammed Al-Adahi At this time, given the current security situation in Yemen, conditional detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war. Before the closure of Guantanamo, the detainee may be transferred if the security situation in Yemen improves, an appropriate rehabilitation program or third-country resettlement option becomes available, or Yemen has demonstrated its abilityto~or mitigate any threat they pose. At the time of the closure Guantanamo, the detainee will be reconsidered for transfer to Yemen, a third country, or a detention facility in the United States.
YM 34 Al Khadr Abdallah Muhammad Al Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement Yafi appropriate security measures.
YM 35 Idris Ahmad Abd Al Qadir Idris Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement appropriate security measures.
YM 37 Abdel Malik Ahmed Abdel Wahab Al Rahabi Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war.
YM 40 Abdel Qadir Al-Mudafari At this time, given the current security situation in Yemen, conditional detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war. Before the closure of Guantanamo, the detainee may be transferred if the security situation in Yemen improves, an appropriate rehabilitation program or third-country resettlement option becomes available, or Yemen has demonstrated its abilityto~or mitigate any threat they pose. At the time ofthe closure Guantanamo, the detainee will be reconsidered for transfer to Yemen, a third country, or a detention facility in the United States.
YM 41 Majid Mahmud Abdu Ahmed Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war.
YM 43 Samir Naji Al Hasan Moqbil At this time, given the current security situation in Yemen, conditional detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war. Before the closure of Guantanamo, the detainee may be transferred if the security situation in Yemen improves, an appropriate rehabilitation program or third-country resettlement option becomes available, or Yemen has demonstrated its abilityto~or mitigate any threat they pose. At the time of the closure Guantanamo, the detainee will be reconsidered for transfer to Yemen, a third country, or a detention facility in the United States.
YM 44 Muhammed Rajab Sadiq Abu Ghanim Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war.
YM 45 Ali Ahmad al-Rahizi Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war, subject to further review by the Principals prior to the detainee's transfer to a detention facility in the United States.
YM 88 Adham Mohamed Ali Awad At this time, given the current security situation in Yemen, conditional detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war. Before the closure of Guantanamo, the detainee may be transferred if the security situation in Yemen improves, an appropriate rehabilitation program or third-country resettlement option becomes available, or Yemen has demonstrated its abilityto~or mitigate any threat they pose. At the time of the closure Guantanamo, the detainee will be reconsidered for transfer to Yemen, a third country, or a detention facility in the United States.
YM 91 Abdel Al Saleh At this time, given the current security situation in Yemen, conditional detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war. Before the closure of Guantanamo, the detainee may be transferred if the security situation in Yemen improves, an appropriate rehabilitation program or third-country resettlement option becomes available, or·Yemen has demonstrated its abilityto~or mitigate any threat they pose. At the time of the closure Guantanamo, the detainee will be reconsidered for transfer to Yemen, a third country, or a detention facility in the United States.
YM 115 Abdul Rahman Mohammed Saleh Nasir At this time, given the current security situation in Yemen, conditional detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war. Before the closure of Guantanamo, the detainee may be transferred if the security situation in Yemen improves, an appropriate rehabilitation program or third-country resettlement option becomes available, or Yemen has demonstrated its abilityto~or mitigate any threat they pose. At the time of the closure Guantanamo, the detainee will be reconsidered for transfer to Yemen, a third country, or a detention facility in the United States.
YM 117 Mukhtar Anaje At this time, given the current security situation in Yemen, conditional detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war. Before the closure of Guantanamo, the detainee may be transferred if the security situation in Yemen improves, an appropriate rehabilitation program or third-country resettlement option becomes available, or Yemen has demonstrated its abilityto~or mitigate any threat they pose. At the time of the closure Guantanamo, the detainee will be reconsidered for transfer to Yemen, a third country, or a detention facility in the United States.
YM 128 Ghaleb Nassar Al Bihani Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war.
YM 131 Salem Ahmad Hadi Bin Kanad Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war.
YM 152 Asim Thahit Abdullah Al-Khalaqi Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement appropriate security measures.
YM 153 Fayiz Ahmad Yahia Suleiman Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement appropriate security measures.
YM 156 Adnan Farhan Abd Al-Latif Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement appropriate security measures, taking into account any necessary mental health treatment.
YM 163 Khalid Abd Al Jabbar Muhammad Uthman Al Qadasi Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement appropriate security measures.
YM 165 Adil Said Al Haj Ubayd Al-Busayss At this time, given the current security situation in Yemen, conditional detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war. Before the closure of Guantanamo, the detainee may be transferred if the security situation in Yemen improves, an appropriate rehabilitation program or third-country resettlement option becomes available, or Yemen has demonstrated its abilityto~or mitigate any threat they pose. At the time of the closure Guantanamo, the detainee will be reconsidered for transfer to Yemen, a third country, or a detention facility in the United States.
YM 167 Ali Yahya Mahdi At this time, given the current security situation in Yemen, conditional detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war. Before the closure of Guantanamo, the detainee may be transferred if the security situation in Yemen improves, an appropriate rehabilitation program or third-country resettlement option becomes available, or Yemen has demonstrated its abilityto~or mitigate any threat they pose. At the time of the closure 0 'uantanamo, the detainee will be reconsidered for transfer to Yemen, a third country, or a detention facility in the United States.
YM 170 Sharaf Ahmad Muhammad Mas'ud Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement appropriate security measures.
YM 171 Abu Bakr ibn Ali Muhammad al Ahdal At this time, given the current security situation in Yemen, conditional detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war. Before the closure of Guantanamo, the detainee may be transferred if the security situation in Yemen improves, an appropriate rehabilitation program or third-country resettlement option becomes available, or Yemen has demonstrated its abilityto~or mitigate any threat they pose. At the time of the closure Guantanamo, the detainee will be reconsidered for transfer to Yemen, a third country, or a detention facility in the United States.
YM 178 Tariq Ali Abdullah Ba Odah At this time, given the current security situation in Yemen, conditional detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war. Before the closure of Guantanamo, the detainee may be transferred if the security situation in Yemen improves, an appropriate rehabilitation program or third-country resettlement option becomes available, or Yemen has demonstrated its abilityto~or mitigate any threat they pose. At the time of the closure 0 uan anamo, the detainee will be reconsidered for transfer to Yemen, a third country, or a detention facility in the United States.
YM 202 Mahmoud Omar Muhammad Bin Atef At this time, given the current security situation in Yemen, conditional detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war. Before the closure of Guantanamo, the detainee may be transferred if the security situation in Yemen improves, an appropriate rehabilitation program or third-country resettlement option becomes available, or Yemen has demonstrated its abilityto~or mitigate any threat they pose. At the time of the closure Guantanamo, the detainee will be reconsidered for transfer to Yemen, a third country, or a detention facility in the United States.
YM 223 Abd al-Rahman Sulayman At this time, given the current security situation in Yemen, conditional detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war. Before the closure of Guantanamo, the detainee may be transferred if the security situation in Yemen improves, an appropriate rehabilitation program or third-country resettlement option becomes available, or Yemen has demonstrated its abilityto~or mitigate any threat they pose. At the time of the closure Guantanamo, the detainee will be reconsidered for transfer to Yemen, a third country, or a detention facility in the United States.
YM 224 Abd Al-Rahman Abdullah Ali Shabati Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement appropriate security measures.
YM 233 Abd al-Razaq Muhammed Salih At this time, given the current security situation in Yemen, conditional detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war. Before the closure of Guantanamo, the detainee may be transferred if the security situation in Yemen improves, an appropriate rehabilitation program or third-country resettlement option becomes available, or Yemen has demonstrated its abilityto~or mitigate any threat they pose. At the time of the closure Guantanamo, the detainee will be reconsidered for transfer to Yemen, a third country, or a detention facility in the United States.
YM 235 Saeed Ahmed Mohammed Abdullah Sarem Jarabh Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war, subject to further review by the Principals prior to the detainee's transfer to a detention facility in the United States.
YM 240 Abdallah Yahya Yusif Al Shibli At this time, given the current security situation in Yemen, conditional detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war. Before the closure of Guantanamo, the detainee may be transferred if the security situation in Yemen improves, an appropriate rehabilitation program or third-country resettlement option becomes available, or Yemen has demonstrated its ability to or mitigate any threat they pose. At the time of the c1osu~, the detainee will be reconsidered for transfer to Yemen, a third country, or a detention facility in the United States.
YM 242 Khalid Ahmed Qasim Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war.M
YM 249 Muhammed Abdullah Al Hamiri Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement appropriate security measures.
YM 251 Muhammad Said Salim Bin Salman At this time, given the current security situation in Yemen, conditional detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war. Before the closure of Guantanamo, the detainee may be transferred if the security situation in Yemen improves, an appropriate rehabilitation program or third-country resettlement option becomes available, or Yemen has demonstrated its ability to   or mitigate any threat they pose. At the time of the Closu~, the detainee will be reconsidered for transfer to Yemen, a third country, or a detention facility in the United States.
YM 252 Yasin Mohammed Basardah Transfer outside the United States to a country where the   can be mitigated. The Review panel further recommends that the appropriate agencies consider the detainee for transfer pursuant to programs designed to  
YM 254 Muhammad Ali Husayn Khanayna Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement appropriate security measures.
YM 255 Said Muhammad Salih Hatim Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement appropriate security measures.
YM 256 Riyad Atiq Ali Abdu Al-Haj Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement appropriate security measures.
YM 259 Fadhel Hussein Saleh Hentif Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement appropriate security measures.
YM 321 Ahmed Yaslam Said Kuman At this time, given the current security situation in Yemen, conditional detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war. Before the closure of Guantanamo, the detainee may be transferred if the security situation in Yemen improves, an appropriate rehabilitation program or third-country resettlement option becomes available, or Yemen has demonstrated its abilityto~or mitigate any threat they pose. At the time of the closu~, the detainee will be reconsidered for transfer to Yemen, a third country, or a detention facility in the United States.
YM 324 Mashur Abdullah Muqbil Ahmed Al-Sabri Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war.
YM 434 Mustafa Abd al-Qawi Abd al-Aziz al-Shamiri Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war.
YM 440 Muhammad Ali Abdallah Muhammad Bwazir At this time, given the current security situation in Yemen, conditional detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war. Before the closure of Guantanamo, the detainee may be transferred if the security situation in Yemen improves, an appropriate rehabilitation program or third-country resettlement option becomes available, or Yemen has demonstrated its abilityto~or mitigate any threat they pose. At the time of the closure Guantanamo, the detainee will be reconsidered for transfer to Yemen, a third country, or a detention facility in the United States.
YM 441 Abdul Rahman Ahmed Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war.
YM 461 Abd al Rahman al-Qyati At this time, given the current security situation in Yemen, conditional detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war. Before the closure of Guantanamo, the detainee may be transferred if the security situation in Yemen improves, an appropriate rehabilitation program or third-country resettlement option becomes available, or Yemen has demonstrated its abilityto~or mitigate any threat they pose. At the time of the closure 0 uan anamo, the detainee will be reconsidered for transfer to Yemen, a third country, or a detention facility in the United States.
YM 498 Mohammed Ahmen Said Haider At this time, given the current security situation in Yemen, conditional detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war. Before the closure of Guantanamo, the detainee may be transferred if the security situation in Yemen improves, an appropriate rehabilitation program or third-country resettlement option becomes available, or Yemen has demonstrated its abilityt~or mitigate any threat they pose. At the time of the closure Guantanamo, the detainee will be reconsidered for transfer to Yemen, a third country, or a detention facility in the United States.
YM 506 Mohammed Khalid Salih al-Dhuby At this time, given the current security situation in Yemen, conditional detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war. Before the closure of Guantanamo, the detainee may be transferred if the security situation in Yemen improves, an appropriate rehabilitation program or third-country resettlement option becomes available, or Yemen has demonstrated its abilityto~or mitigate any threat they pose. At the time of the closure Guantanamo, the detainee will be reconsidered for transfer to Yemen, a third country, or a detention facility in the United States.
YM 508 Salman Yahya Hassan Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force Mohammad Rabei'i (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war.
YM 509 Mohammed Nasir Yah; Khussrof Kazaz At this time, given the current security situation in Yemen, conditional detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war. Before the closure of Guantanamo, the detainee may be transferred if the security situation in Yemen improves, an appropriate rehabilitation program or third-country resettlement option becomes available, or Yemen has demonstrated its abilityto~or mitigate any threat they pose. At the time of the closure Guantanamo, the detainee will be reconsidered for transfer to Yemen, a third country, or a detention facility in the United States.
YM 511 Sulaiman Awath Silaiman Bin Agell Al Nahdi Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement appropriate security measures.
YM 522 Yassim Qasim Mohammed Ismail Qasim Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war, subject to further review by the Principals prior to the detainee's transfer to a detention facility in the United States.
YM 549 Umar Said Salim Al-Dini At this time, given the current security situation in Yemen, conditional detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war. Before the closure of Guantanamo, the detainee may be transferred if the security situation in Yemen improves, an appropriate rehabilitation program or third-country resettlement option becomes available, or Yemen has demonstrated its ability to   or mitigate any threat they pose. At the time of the closure of Guantanamo the detainee will be reconsidered for transfer to Yemen, a third country, or a detention facility in the United States.
YM 550 Walid Said bin Said Zaid At this time, given the current security situation in Yemen, conditional detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001). as informed by principles of the laws of war. Before the closure of Guantanamo, the detainee may be transferred if the security situation in Yemen improves, an appropriate rehabilitation program or third-country resettlement option becomes available, or Yemen has demonstrated its abilityto~or mitigate any threat they pose. At the time of the closu~, the detainee will be reconsidered for transfer to Yemen. a third country, or a detention facility in the United States.
YM 553 Abdul Khaled Al-Qurashi Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement appropriate security measures.
YM 554 Fahmi Salem Said Al-Asani Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement appropriate security measures.
YM 564 Jalal Salam Awad Awad Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement appropriate security measures.
YM 566 Mansour Mohamed Mutaya Ali Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement appropriate security measures.
YM 569 Suhayl Abdul Anam Al Sharabi Referred for prosecution.
YM 570 Sabri Muhammad Ibrahim al-Qurashi Transfer to   subject to appropriate security measures.
YM 572 Salah Mohammad Salih al-Dhabi Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures.
YM 574 Hamood Abdulla Hamood Transfer to   subject to appropriate security measures including participation in  
YM 575 Saa'd Nasser Moqbil al-Azani Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement appropriate security measures.
YM 576 Zahar Omar Hamis bin Hamdoun Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war, subject to further review by the Principals prior to the detainee's transfer to a detention facility in the United States.
YM 577 Jamal Muhammad Alwai Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement appropriate security measures.
YM 578 Abdul al-Aziz Abduh Abdullah Ali Al Suwaydi At this time, given the current security situation in Yemen, conditional detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war. Before the closure of Guantanamo, the detainee may be transferred if the security situation in Yemen improves, an appropriate rehabilitation program or third-country resettlement option becomes available, or Yemen has demonstrated its ability to   or mitigate any threat they pose. At the time of the c1osure of Guantanamo the detainee will be reconsidered for transfer to Yemen, a third country, or a detention facility in the United States.
YM 627 Ayman Saeed Abdullah Batarfi Transfer to Yemen subject to appropriate security measures.
YM 679 Yasir Ahmad Ali Muhammad Taher Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures. The Review Panel recommends transfer to  
YM 680 Emad Abdallah Hassan Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement appropriate security measures.
YM 681 Mohammed Mohammed Hasan Al Odaini Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement appropriate security measures.
YM 683 Fayyad Yahya Ahmed al Rami Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement appropriate security measures.
YM 686 Abdel Ghaib Ahmad Hakim Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement appropriate security measures.
YM 688 Fahmi Abdullah Ahmed al-Tawlaqi At this time, given the current security situation in Yemen, conditional detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war. Before the closure of Guantanamo, the detainee may be transferred if the security situation in Yemen improves, an appropriate rehabilitation program or third-country resettlement option becomes available, or Yemen has demonstrated its ability to   or mitigate any threat they pose. At the time of the closure of Guantanamo the detainee will be reconsidered for transfer to Yemen, a third country, or a detention facility in the United States.
YM 689 Mohammed Ahmed Salam Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement appropriate security measures.
YM 690 Abdul AI Qader Ahmed Hassain Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement appropriate security measures.
YM 691 Muhammad Ali Salem AI Zarnuki Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement appropriate security measures.
YM 692 Alia Ali Bin Ali Ahmed Transfer outside the United States to a country that will implement appropriate security measures. The Review Panel recommends the detainee be transferred to  
YM 728 Abdul Muhammad Nassir al Muhajari At this time, given the current security situation in Yemen, conditional detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war. Before the closure of Guantanamo, the detainee may be transferred if the security situation in Yemen improves, an appropriate rehabilitation program or third-country resettlement option becomes available, or Yemen has demonstrated its ability to   or mitigate any threat they pose. At the time of the closure of Guantanamo the detainee will be reconsidered for transfer to Yemen, a third country, or a detention facility in the United States.
YM 836 Ayub Murshid Ali Salih Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war.
YM 837 Bashir Nasir Ali Al-Marwalah Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war.
YM 838 Shawqi Awad Balzuhair Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war.
YM 839 Musab Omar Ali Al-Mudwani Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war.
YM 840 Hail Aziz Ahmed Al-Maythali Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war.
YM 841 Said Salih Said Nashir Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war.
YM 893 Tawfiq Nasir Awad AI-Bihani At this time, given the current security situation in Yemen, conditional detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war. Before the closure of Guantanamo, the detainee may be transferred if the security situation in Yemen improves, an appropriate rehabilitation program or third-country resettlement option becomes available, or Yemen has demonstrated its ability to   or mitigate any threat they pose. At the time of the closure of Guantanamo, the detainee will be reconsidered for transfer to Yemen, a third country, or a detention facility in the United States.
YM 1015 Husayn Salim Muhammad al-Matari Yafai Transfer to a country outside the United States that will implement appropriate security measures, taking into account any necessary  
YM 1017 Omar Mohammed Ali Al-Rammah Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war, subject to further review by the Principals prior to the detainee's transfer to a detention facility in the United States.
YM 1453 Sanad Al Kazimi Referred for prosecution.
YM 1457 Sharqawi Abdu Ali AI Hajj Referred for prosecution.
YM 1463 Abd Al-Salam Al-Hilah Continued detention pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force (2001), as informed by principles of the laws of war, subject to further review by the Principals prior to the detainee's transfer to a detention facility in the United States.
YM 10013 Ramzi Bin AI Shibh Referred for prosecution.
YM 10014 Walid Mohammed Bin Attash Referred for prosecution.