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Guantanamo's 166 Prisoners Named: Write to Them!

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Thanks to human rights advocate Andy Worthington and Witness Against Torture (WAT), below are the names of the 166 detainees held at Gunatanamo Bay, each needing support more than ever by every American opposing torture and the so-called war on terror. 

Guantanamo Bay Prison will now be kept open indefinitely, according to the Australian Herald on Sunday, as the detainees attempt to starve themselves to death due to the U.S. military’s torturous treatment of them.

The prison has fast been deteriorating, as have detainees held there. Their lawyers say most prisoners there are on a hunger strike and many are having tubes forced into them to keep them alive.

In solidarity of the detainees, people across the globe began fasting today.

A fomer official from the prison said this week that it is up to the American people to close the facility.

[See: Official: Closing Gitmo is up to American people]

“The Obama administration had promised to close down the Guantanamo camp but Congressional bills have ensured the prison is likely to remain a detention camp despite repeated complaints of torture and mistreatment,” the herald reports

Despite the Obama administration and congressional decisions, WAT is urging Americans to do their part to shut the torture facility for good.

Letter Writing Campaign

“Please consider sending a letter to one of the prisoners in Guantanamo,” WAT says.  ”It is our hope that by flooding the prison with letters of support and solidarity, prison officials will take note that the world has not forgotten the hunger strikers.”

A letter written by Witness Against Torture can be downloaded and printed off here.

 

When writing to the detainees, “please ensure you include their full name and ISN (internment serial number) below (these are the numbers before their names, i.e. Shaker Aamer ISN 239),” WAT says.

Please include a return address on the envelope and address all letters to:

Detainee Name
Detainee ISN
Guantánamo Bay
P.O. Box 160
Washington, D.C. 20053
United States of America

1. 004 Wasiq, Abdul-Haq (Afghanistan)

2. 006 Noori, Mullah Norullah (Afghanistan)
3. 007 Fazil, Mullah Mohammed (Afghanistan)
4. 026 Ghazi, Fahed (Yemen)
5. 027 Uthman, Uthman Abdul Rahim Mohammed (Yemen)
6. 028 Al Alawi, Muaz (Yemen)
7. 029 Al Ansi, Mohammed (Yemen)
8. 030 Al Hakimi, Ahmed (Yemen)
9. 031 Al Mujahid, Mahmoud (Yemen)
10. 033 Al Adahi, Mohammed (Yemen)
11. 034 Al Yafi, Abdullah (Yemen)
12. 035 Qader Idris, Idris (Yemen)
13. 036 Idris, Ibrahim (Sudan)
14. 037 Al Rahabi, Abdul Malik (Yemen)
15. 038 Al Yazidi, Ridah (Tunisia)
16. 039 Al Bahlul, Ali Hamza (Yemen)
17. 040 Al Mudafari, Abdel Qadir (Yemen)
18. 041 Ahmad, Majid (Yemen)
19. 042 Shalabi, Abdul Rahman (Saudi Arabia)
20. 043 Moqbel, Samir (Yemen)
21. 044 Ghanim, Mohammed (Yemen)
22. 045 Al Rezehi, Ali Ahmad (Yemen)
23. 063 Al Qahtani, Mohammed (Saudi Arabia)
24. 088 Awad, Adham Ali (Yemen)
25. 091 Al Saleh, Abdul (Yemen)
26. 115 Naser, Abdul Rahman (Yemen)
27. 117 Al Warafi, Muktar (Yemen)
28. 128 Al Bihani, Ghaleb (Yemen)
29. 131 Ben Kend, Salem (Yemen)
30. 152 Al Khalaqi, Asim (Yemen)
31. 153 Suleiman, Fayiz (Yemen)
32. 163 Al Qadasi, Khalid (Yemen)
33. 165 Al Busayss, Said (Yemen)
34. 167 Al Raimi, Ali Yahya (Yemen)
35. 168 Hakimi, Adel (Hakeemy) (Tunisia)
36. 170 Masud, Sharaf (Yemen)
37. 171 Alahdal, Abu Bakr (Yemen)
38. 174 Sliti, Hisham (Tunisia)
39. 178 Baada, Tareq (Yemen)
40. 189 Gherebi, Salem (Libya)
41. 195 Al Shumrani, Mohammed (Saudi Arabia)
42. 197 Chekhouri, Younis (Morocco)
43. 200 Al Qahtani, Said (Saudi Arabia)
44. 202 Bin Atef, Mahmoud (Yemen)
45. 223 Sulayman, Abdul Rahman (Yemen)
46. 224 Muhammad, Abdul Rahman (Yemen)
47. 232 Al Odah, Fawzi (Kuwait)
48. 233 Salih, Abdul (Yemen)
49. 235 Jarabh, Saeed (Yemen)
50. 238 Hadjarab, Nabil (Algeria-France)
51. 239 Aamer, Shaker (UK-Saudi Arabia)
52. 240 Al Shabli, Abdullah (Saudi Arabia)
53. 242 Qasim, Khaled (Yemen)
54. 244 Nassir, Abdul Latif (Morocco)
55. 249 Al Hamiri, Mohammed (Yemen)
56. 251 Bin Salem, Mohammed (Yemen)
57. 254 Khenaina, Mohammed (Yemen)
58. 255 Hatim, Said (Yemen)
59. 257 Abdulayev, Umar (Tajikistan)
60. 259 Hintif, Fadil (Yemen)
61. 275 Abbas, Yusef (Abdusabar) (China)
62. 280 Khalik, Saidullah (Khalid) (China)
63. 282 Abdulghupur, Hajiakbar (China)
64. 288 Saib, Motai (Algeria)
65. 290 Belbacha, Ahmed (Algeria)
66. 309 Abdal Sattar, Muieen (UAE)
67. 310 Ameziane, Djamel (Algeria)
68. 321 Kuman, Ahmed Yaslam Said (Yemen)
69. 324 Al Sabri, Mashur (Yemen)
70. 326 Ajam, Ahmed (Syria)
71. 327 Shaaban, Ali Hussein (Syria)
72. 329 Al Hamawe, Abu Omar (Syria)
73. 434 Al Shamyri, Mustafa (Yemen)
74. 440 Bawazir, Mohammed (Yemen)
75. 441 Al Zahri, Abdul Rahman (Yemen)
76. 461 Al Qyati, Abdul Rahman (Yemen)
77. 498 Haidel, Mohammed (Yemen)
78. 502 Ourgy, Abdul (Tunisia)
79. 506 Al Dhuby, Khalid (Yemen)
80. 508 Al Rabie, Salman (Yemen)
81. 509 Khusruf, Mohammed (Yemen)
82. 511 Al Nahdi, Sulaiman (Yemen)
83. 522 Ismail, Yasin (Yemen)
84. 535 El Sawah, Tariq (Egypt)
85. 549 Al Dayi, Omar (Yemen)
86. 550 Zaid, Walid (Yemen)
87. 552 Al Kandari, Fayiz (Kuwait)
88. 553 Al Baidhani, Abdul Khaliq (Saudi Arabia)
89. 554 Al Assani, Fehmi (Yemen)
90. 560 Mohammed, Haji Wali (Afghanistan)
91. 564 Bin Amer, Jalal (Yemen)
92. 566 Qattaa, Mansoor (Saudi Arabia)
93. 569 Al Shorabi, Zohair (Yemen)
94. 570 Al Qurashi, Sabri (Yemen)
95. 572 Al Zabe, Salah (Saudi Arabia)
96. 574 Al Wady, Hamoud (Yemen)
97. 575 Al Azani, Saad (Yemen)
98. 576 Bin Hamdoun, Zahir (Yemen)
99. 578 Al Suadi, Abdul Aziz (Yemen)
100. 579 Khairkhwa, Khairullah (Afghanistan)
101. 680 Hassan, Emad (Yemen)
102. 682 Al Sharbi, Ghassan (Saudi Arabia)
103. 684 Tahamuttan, Mohammed (Palestine)
104. 685 Ali, Abdelrazak (Algeria)
105. 686 Hakim, Abdel (Yemen)
106. 688 Ahmed, Fahmi (Yemen)
107. 689 Salam, Mohamed (Yemen)
108. 690 Qader, Ahmed Abdul (Yemen)
109. 691 Al Zarnuki, Mohammed (Yemen)
110. 694 Barhoumi, Sufyian (Algeria)
111. 695 Abu Bakr, Omar (Omar Mohammed Khalifh) (Libya)
112. 696 Al Qahtani, Jabran (Saudi Arabia)
113. 702 Mingazov, Ravil (Russia)
114. 707 Muhammed, Noor Uthman (Sudan)
115. 708 Al Bakush, Ismael (Libya)
116. 713 Al Zahrani, Mohammed (Saudi Arabia)
117. 722 Diyab, Jihad (Syria)
118. 728 Nassir, Jamil (Yemen)
119. 753 Zahir, Abdul (Afghanistan)
120. 757 Abdul Aziz, Ahmed Ould (Mauritania)
121. 760 Slahi, Mohamedou Ould (Salahi) (Mauritania)
122. 762 Obaidullah (Afghanistan)
123. 768 Al Darbi, Ahmed Mohammed (Saudi Arabia)
124. 832 Omari, Mohammed Nabi (Afghanistan)
125. 836 Saleh, Ayoub Murshid Ali (Yemen)
126. 837 Al Marwalah, Bashir (Yemen)
127. 838 Balzuhair, Shawki Awad (Yemen)
128. 839 Al Mudwani, Musab (Musa’ab Al Madhwani) (Yemen)
129. 840 Al Maythali, Hail Aziz Ahmed (Yemen)
130. 841 Nashir, Said Salih Said (Yemen)
131. 893 Al Bihani, Tawfiq (Saudi Arabia)
132. 894 Abdul Rahman, Mohammed (Tunisia)
133. 899 Khan, Shawali (Afghanistan)
134. 928 Gul, Khi Ali (Afghanistan)
135. 934 Ghani, Abdul (Afghanistan)
136. 975 Karim, Bostan (Afghanistan)
137. 1015 Almerfedi, Hussein (Yemen)
138. 1017 Al Rammah, Omar (Zakaria al-Baidany) (Yemen)
139. 1045 Kamin, Mohammed (Afghanistan)
140. 1094 Paracha, Saifullah (Pakistan)
141. 1103 Zahir, Mohammed (Afghanistan)
142. 1119 Hamidullah, Haji (Afghanistan)
143. 1453 Al Kazimi, Sanad (Yemen)
144. 1456 Bin Attash, Hassan (Saudi Arabia)
145. 1457 Sharqawi, Abdu Ali (Yemen)
146. 1460 Rabbani, Abdul Rahim Ghulam (Pakistan)
147. 1461 Rabbani, Mohammed Ghulam (Pakistan)
148. 1463 Al Hela, Abdulsalam (Yemen)
149. 10001 Bensayah, Belkacem (Bosnia-Algeria)
150. 10011 Al Hawsawi, Mustafa (Saudi Arabia)
151. 10013 Bin Al Shibh, Ramzi (Yemen)
152. 10014 Bin Attash, Waleed (Saudi Arabia)
153. 10015 Al Nashiri, Abd Al Rahim (Saudi Arabia)
154. 10016 Zubaydah, Abu (Palestine-Saudi Arabia)
155. 10017 Al Libi, Abu Faraj (Libya)
156. 10018 Al Baluchi, Ammar (Ali Abd Al Aziz Ali) (Pakistan-Kuwait)
157. 10019 Isamuddin, Riduan (Hamlili) (Indonesia)
158. 10020 Khan, Majid (Pakistan)
159. 10021 Bin Amin, Modh Farik (Zubair) (Malaysia)
160. 10022 Bin Lep, Mohammed (Lillie) (Malaysia)
161. 10023 Dourad, Gouled Hassan (Somalia)
162. 10024 Mohammed, Khalid Sheikh (Pakistan-Kuwait)
163. 10025 Malik, Mohammed Abdul (Kenya)
164. 10026 Al Iraqi, Abd Al Hadi (Iraq)
165. 3148 Al Afghani, Haroon (Afghanistan)
166. 10029 Rahim, Muhammad (Afghanistan)



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    • corpofacistcommudemacracy

      um not one damn american if that isnt setting off at lest a small red flag in your head your not paying attention

      • Deborah Dupre

        Remember: Gitmo is tip of the US global prison complex iceberg.

    • Oldpuppymax

      Here’s a message they can ALL share: Hey, Mohammed…why not cut your throat so you can join your virgins in Muslim heaven!

    • gunrunner

      UP YOUR’S,,,A$$ HOLE,,,THEY came to kill American’s FOOL,,turn them out and maybe they will only kill your family and friend’s instead of torturing and beheading them.. :mrgreen:

      • Anonymous

        actually fool… most of the gitmo prisoners have been declared innocent. ohh.. and by the way, 9/11 wasnt muslims..

        http://www.takeourworldback.com/itwasntmuslims.htm

        not your fault youre a typical ignorant amerikan loud mouth braindead chickenman

    • Anonymous

      No, don’t write to them. They should be interrogated by any means necessary to get them to talk. Then, if they’re guilty they should be executed.

      • Cap-Z-ro

        ” Guantanamo’s 166 Prisoners Named: Write to Them! ”
        ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

        Hmmm, then by Obomba’s decrees you wood be “collaborating” with a “terrorist”…and wood then qualify for “enemy combatant status”…and a drone fly-over, or at the very least accommodations at a FEMA camp near you.

        Sounds like a honey trap t’me.

    • bella

      I’ve never seen such backward, uneducated, can’t think for themselves rags of humanity daring to speak out publicly. I am ashamed to be counted as an American among you. You believe the lies of 9-11. Truth – Inside Job. The only country in the Middle East that was involved with creating and delivering 9-11 was Israel. These Muslim people in out illegal prison have done nothing wrong. Al Queda is a CIA operation. Wake up, nimrods. Truth is all around you. Soak some of it up.

      • wrebi

        Awesome Bella I couldn’t agree more. If anyone has done their research they would know that not all prisoners are quilts and the innocent are tortured until they confess to something they haven’t done. We incarcerate innocent people all the time in the US so why are they automatically guilty? Brava use they have a Muslim name? Grow up people. You can start with your research here http://m.democracynow.org/stories/13538

    • bigbobswinden

      Torture can get false confessions out of nearly everybody. Treat others as you would have them treat you, give them their day in court. The law of brutality is not in anybody’s interests in the long run, it just makes an enemy of people who could have been good friends.

    • Anonymous

      I think the sharks off the coast of Cuba need fed. Maybe feeding the sharks some live meat would make PETA happy.

    • GadgetmanPrime

      Why is it the names of all Americans who are being detained there are omitted from this list?

      I have it from first-hand testimony the number of Americans detained there are more than twice the number of foreigners. Not only that, but no one is allowed to speak to them, nor are they allowed to speak to anyone else.

      These people need to be contacted as well, and I will NOT support anything that does not include my fellow Americans in the process.

      Get THEIR names and then I will move mountains for you, AND for them!

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