Wednesday, March 08, 2006

Gitmo Guys

2. Bel Bacha,Ahmed Bin Saleh.

Algerian national, used a forged passport to travel to France, then went directly to the Finsbury Park Mosque, spent his free time listening to Jihadist cheerleader Abu Hamza*, then he traveled to Afghanistan via a false passport facilitated by the Finsbury Park Mosque.

While in Afghanistan, he encountered Usama Bin Laden on two separate occasions and met and stayed with three al Qaida leaders while in Kabul and Jalalabad.

Fled Jalalabad for the mountains at the approach of Coalition forces.

Stated he did not want anything to do with an armed militant group (GIA), because” they were terrorist and very bad people.”

*”Sheik” of the Finsbury Park Mosque, who had lectured on “jihad”and “Martyrdom”, gave a sermon entitled “Call to Combat” after September 11 2001.
Terror Watch. The infamous Casio F-191w, this could earn you a ticket to Gitmo.


It's not that it was the only watch for sale in the al Qaida gift shop at Al-Farouq training camp, it is used by al Qaida to detonate IED's.

Retails for around $34.00, more than one Gitmo detainee was caught wearing one.

It's the little things.........

Sunday, March 05, 2006

Gitmo Guys.

1.AL QahTani, Khalid Malluh Shayi, "Al Jilba"-First reported Jihadist activity in 1996, his name was found on the persons of Arab Mujahidin crossing from Bosnia to Croatia.

In 2000 he apparently heard a Fatwa from a certain Sheik Hamoud Al Uqqla, a Saudi cleric who advocated jihad against Americans and Jews, condoned the September 11th attacks and raised money for Osama BinLaden until his untimely demise in 2001, so he made his way to Afghanistan.

He came by way of Pakistan, receiving some training there, staying at Taliban safe houses, he was listed among al Queda members who were slated for tactics, artillery, security, sniper and anti-aircraft training.

He attended Al Farouq training camp, run by al Queda in Afghanistan.

He was sent to the front, at Kwawaja Ghar, where he guarded sleeping quarters for the Pakistani’s in the front line, he was shot in the arm by a sniper, and surrendered to the Northern Alliance at Mazar-e-Sharif.

His name appears with other al Queda members in captured documents.

During his incarceration, he has been cited for assault, hostile activity and harassment of guards on numerous occasions, and was cited for making a weapon.

The detainee states he did not fire his weapons at any people, did not know of the September 11th or any other attacks, and was in Afghanistan not to fight, but to receive weapons training, and to guard things.
Blogswarm: Captain Ed's Gitmo Project.
I was assigned to evaluate SOE 3, which includes the following information.
Hostile Acts
Confession Of Intent

I shall be posting a summary of each individual, there are 32 in total.