Criminal Investigation Task Force Interview of Camp Delta Detainee re: Camp conditions

Memo summarizes the interview of a Camp Delta detainee. The interview was conducted by two Special Agents with the FBI and NCIS, also, an Arabic linguist was present to translate. The detainee mentioned that the guards were mishandling the Koran and that he was experiencing mental anguish as a result of being detained for a long period of time without answers concerning his release.

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Interview
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Wednesday, January 22, 2003
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Tuesday, December 20, 2005
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CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIVE TASK FORCE

REPORT OF INVESTIGATIVE ACTIVIT 73.
1. DATE OF INVESTIGATIVE ACTIVITY 2. PLACE 3. ACTIVITY NUMBER
22 Jan 03 Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
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• Subject InterVieiiv of: (UNK) Millililill1111111111111111.1111111-11) (4).-75
Date/Place: 22 Jan 03/Guantanamo Bay, CUba
IntervieWers: SAgistiiiimiN1111111111, Ft. Belvoir - CITF - GITMO
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1111.1001111111111 111 ISN: 4111.111I111111111111•1111 was interviewed at Camp Delta, Guantanamo Bay,
Cuba, by Special. Agent Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and Special Agent111111111111111k
AM Naval Criminal Investigative Servic (NCIS). Also present during the interview was Language Speciapst
11111101111111111.111111, The interview was conduc d in Arabic.

111111011114ridieated he was feeling gOOd and was not experiencing any health problems.
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was reluctant to answer questions and repeatedly stated he will not leave Guantanamo Bay for at least
five years. He would answer only a few of the questions posed to him, saying for most of the questions asked, that
the answers could be found in his file.

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Twdid not now whO shot him while he was being held at Mazar-e-Sharif. He did not know what group
(Taliban or Northern Alliance) the shooter was affiliated with. He did not know the reason he was shot.

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411111111kleriied ever discuSsing or having any knowledge of the Libyan group, GICL (Libyan Islamic Combat
Ofoup). He has never been involved with this group, nor does he know anyone associated with the GICL.

During several preViouS interVieWt, dillItspoke about a man named 1111111111k", who ne had traveled with in
Afghanittan. He had previously stated thatawkat Camp Delta, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. 111111111111declined to
engage in any line of questioning concerning gift (7) en

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Took a polygraph examination near the end of Ramadan, 2002 (end of November, 2002). He was
advised by previous interrogators that taking the polygraph would speed his process up, referring to being freed from
Guantanarho Bay sooner if the took the polygraph examination. After talking the polygraph, he was told he had
failed it.

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) lowcalled the people involved in the attacks on the United States on Septemlqer 11 , 001, "criminals".
cls of the opinion that the people involved are enemies of the United States, curing from Japan, Israel, or
Itm. He alsb stated those involved could be someone within the United States. Mallbelieves the United States
created the Taliban; therefdre it does not make sense as to why the U.S. is blaming the Taliban for the attack on the
United Statet. He has learned that the Taliban are not like he originally believed, they are traitors to the Muslims.

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1111111111111 ¦indicated reseptment towards the United States due to his detention in Cuba for many months. The
stress of being incar rated for a long period of time, with no answers concerning his status has caused him mental
anguish.., ill not fight Jihad in any country upon his release from Cuba. He will only fight now if he or other
Muslims are attacked. The Italian delegation, which was recently at Guantanamo Bay indicated thatIllnacould

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4. REMARKS (Continued)

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1111111111‘complained n1ny times about the way the guards are handling the Koran. He has heard that other detainees engaged in a hunger strike approximately five days ago in reference to the handling of the Koran. He is unaware of any future plans for hunger strikes or uprisings concerning the Koran, but he would not be surprised if something happened, since this is such a hot topic in the detention facility.
Mateo that if The situation stays the same (reference handling of the Koran), the reactions from the
detail-get in the camp might get worse.

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.1111111vVas Shown a photograph of 11•111111111111111M 1111111111111zpent a lot of time with Libyans while in
Afghanistan. 1111111111did not recognize him and denied knowing anyone by that name.

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The interview was concluded, . tressed he would not answer any questions until he saw detainees
leaving Catnp Delta.

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