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Wikileaks: The Guantanamo files!

Discussion in 'International Forum' started by Askari Kanzu, Apr 26, 2011.

  1. Askari Kanzu

    Askari Kanzu JF-Expert Member

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    The Guantanamo Files
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    On Sunday April 24, 2011 WikiLeaks began publishing 779 secret files from the notorious Guantanamo Bay prison camp. The details for every detainee will be released daily over the coming month.


    Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani
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    CountryTanzania
    Place of birth Zanzibar
    Birth datec. 1974 ISN2

    A sample page!
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    Pata uhondo wote wa Ahmed Ghailani kwa kudownload hii pdf document!

    pdf-icon.jpg View attachment us9tz-010012dp.pdf

    Source: Wikileaks
     
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    kweli hawa jamaa noma
     
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    Tena noma ile mbaya!
     
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    Mie nataka yale mafaili kutoka ubalozi wa marekani kwenda state department yenye uhondo wote kuhusiana na serikali yetu.
     
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    khaaaaa kweli hawa ndo wana intelijensia
     
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    Looks like one confused kid falling into wrong hands. He has paid the ultimate price for his ignorance.
     
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    Saudi king proposed to put chips in Guantanamo detainees.

    Riyadh : Saudi Arabia | Apr 26, 2011

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    A detainee at Guantanamo

    King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia suggested in 2009 the Americans put an electronic chip to the detainees at Guantanamo before being released, according to secret documents revealed by Wikileaks and published by Der Spiegel.

    In a March 15 interview with John Brennan, director of Barack Obama on terrorism issues, the Saudi monarch proposed to put a chip to the detainees "as is done with horses or hawks," the German weekly internet portal.

    Der Spiegel, one of the publications which received U.S. military documents on the prisoners at the U.S. base in Cuba, citing a dispatch from the U.S. embassy in Saudi Arabia from March 22, 2009.

    The document, classified "secret" accounts for this half hour interview between the two men in the king's private palace in Riyadh.

    The latter said he was troubled by the anticipated release of some detainees, because, at the time, the U.S. president had promised to close the controversial prison during the first year in office.

    It was then that he made this suggestion to keep track of prisoners suspected of terrorism or links to terrorist networks.

    Brennan did not seem convinced and cited U.S. legal barriers.

    However, he added that the monitoring of detainees was "a very important issue."

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    Former Guantanamo Prisoner Now U.S. Ally in Libya
    Written by Alex Newman
    Tuesday, 26 April 2011 12:22

    A former inmate at the notorious Guantanamo Bay prison who was considered a "probable" member of al Qaeda and a "medium-to-high risk" is now among the leadership of the U.S.-backed Libyan rebellion aiming to depose dictator Moammar Gadhafi, according to leaked documents cited in media reports.

    The former prisoner turned American ally, known as Abu Sufian Ibrahim Ahmed Hamuda bin Qumu, was captured in Pakistan after the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan. He was then sent to Guantanamo Bay, where, according to classified documents released by WikiLeaks, U.S. analysts determined in 2005 that he was a "former member of the [al Qaeda-linked] Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG), [a] probable member of al Qaeda and a member of the North African Extremist Network."

    In addition to admittedly working for al Qaeda front groups in Afghanistan, bin Qumu "has a long-term association with Islamic extremist jihad and members of al-Qaeda and other extremist groups," the document explained. During his time working for an al Qaeda organization in Kabul, bin Qumu "used his employment … as a front for extremist activities." Also, while in Pakistan's tribal region, bin Qumu "communicated with likely extremist element in Afghanistan via radio ..., indicating a position of leadership."

    Citing intelligence obtained from the Libyan regime when it was still a U.S. ally several years ago, the secret report said bin Qumu was considered a "dangerous man with no qualms about committing terrorist acts." The document also said the prisoner was known as one of the "extremist commanders of the Afghan Arabs," referring to jihadists in Afghanistan who were funded, armed, and trained by the U.S. government before apparently turning against it.

    But even though American officials believed bin Qumu represented a "medium-to-high risk" and that "he is likely to pose a threat to the U.S., its interests and allies," he was sent to Libya in 2007 following six years in Guantanamo. The next year, he was set free under an amnesty program.

    Now, a 51-year-old bin Qumu - with U.S. and international military support - is reportedly leading a band of anti-Gadhafi rebels known as the "Darnah Brigade." He had promised to do an interview with the New York Times last week but never showed up, according to the paper.

    "The former enemy and prisoner of the United States is now an ally of sorts, a remarkable turnabout resulting from shifting American policies rather than any obvious change in Mr. Qumu," the Times wrote in a piece about the jihadist.

    Full story: (The New American)
     
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    wow...wikileaks ni noumah!
     
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    Na ndio maana wanataka kumtokomeza Assange, lakini naona wamechelewa!
     
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    Al-Qaida man worked for British intel
    Published: April 26, 2011 at 1:54 PM

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    A detainee walk through the yard in Camp IV at Camp Delta where detainees are housed at Naval Station Guantanamo Bay in Cuba on July 8, 2010. UPI/Roger L. Wollenberg [​IMG]

    LONDON, April 26 (UPI) -- A former detainee at the Guantanamo Bay prison camp and informant for British intelligence was an al-Qaida assassin, leaked documents indicate.

    The Guardian newspaper in London, National Public Radio and The New York Times are publishing a series of sensitive documents obtained by WikiLeaks.

    In the latest dispatch, The Guardian reports that Algerian citizen Adil Hadi al-Jazairi bin Hamlili was working as an informant for British intelligence while operating as a "facilitator, courier, kidnapper and assassin for al-Qaida." He was arrested in Pakistan in 2003, sent to Guantanamo Bay and was later transferred to Algerian custody.

    U.S. intelligence officers who interrogated Hamlili said he withheld "important information" about his alleged terrorist activities from Canadian and British intelligence contacts. The documents show the Algerian man was recruited by intelligence agencies because of his connections to al-Qaida and its affiliates in Afghanistan and Pakistan.

    Khalid Sheik Mohammed, the Pakistani mastermind behind the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the United States, allegedly told his interrogators that Hamlili helped plan a number terrorist attacks, including a 2002 attack in Islamabad that killed five, including a U.S. diplomat and his daughter, The Guardian adds.

    The report notes that it wasn't clear if Algerian authorities planned to free Hamlili or have him face charges.

    - UPI.com
     
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    Hawa jamaa hata sijui data wanazpataje.
     
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    Wamarekani na waingereza itawalia kwao. Subiri tuone.
     
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    wanapewa na whistle blowers...
     
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    Siyo zote mkuu, 70-90% ya intelligent data iko kwenye open source. Kwa mfano, tangu tuanze kusikiliza misuguano ndani ya ccm, a good intelligent analyzer, anaweza kutumia magazeti na kutoa a very good intelligent report.
     
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    Nime lipitia File la Bwana : Fupi" Haytham al-Kini.
    Mohamed Mdogo:) Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani) kutoka hapa>>>http://wikileaks.ch/gitmo/pdf/tz/us9tz-010012dp.pdf . Nilichogundua ni kuwa Department of Defence (Wizara ya ulinzi ya marekani) ya Marekani ndiyo iliyoipa WikiLeaks mafaili haya, lengo kujaribu kuonnyesha kuwa walikuwa halali kuwashikilia mateka hao(hivyo Wikileaks hawakutumia nguvu sana kuipata taarifa hii). Binafsi sijalidhisha na maelezo yao kwani Ukiangalia "timeline events" ya Ghailani kuacha shule(msingi/sekondary) mpaka anakamatwa nchini Pasktani kunonyesha kuwa kuna mambo yamepotoshwa juu yake.

    Kumbuka:
    "Ninachukia ugaidi wa aina yoyote ile unao hatarisha maisha ya raia wasio na hatia,pia kutumia kigezo cha ugaidi kukandamizi raia wasio na hatia" MpigaKelele
     
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    Kwa hiyo unataka kulinganisha intel docu za wikileaks na upuuzi unaoendelea ndani ya ccm? Ingekuwa hivyo basi yule mwanajeshi aliyeleak haya mafaili asingekuwa anashikiliwa bila dhamana.
     
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    Julian Assange to RT: Worst WikiLeaks cables yet to come



    Uploaded by RussiaToday on 29 Apr 2011
    The man behind WikiLeaks says his website's revelations are just the tip of the iceberg. In an exclusive interview with RT, Julian Assange said it is only a matter of time before more damaging information becomes known. The publication of confidential cables proved deeply embarrassing for the US and other countries. "If we look at our work over the last 12 moths, think about that. All these stories that have come out actually happened in the world, before 2010, but people didn't know about it. So what is it that we don't know about now? There's an enormous hidden world out there that we don't know about. It exists there right now."

    Assange claims the data released by WikiLeaks is not even the most important and calls on people not to believe that the information they receive from the media is all that is happening.

    "We only released secret, classified, confidential material. We didn't have any top secret cables. The really embarrassing stuff, the really serious stuff wasn't in our collection to release.
     
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    The porr guys was inflicted with some f**** Ideas of getting money.
     
  20. Askari Kanzu

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    Yo dawg, it's probably high time you also get 'inflicted with some f**** ideas of getting money' instead of loittering about in discussion forums!
     
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