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

Memo summarizes the interview of a Camp Delta detainee. The interview was conducted by two Special Agents with the FBI and CID, also, a DOD linguist was present to translate. The interviewers asked the detainee about rumors of a camp uprising. The detainee stated he had no knowledge of an uprising, but explained that his brothers-fellow detainees were upset about the rumors that a detainee either attempted suicide or was beaten to death.

Thursday, January 30, 2003
Tuesday, December 20, 2005

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Shortly after his arrival to Frankfurt, Germany,11111111111.11111.began to visit the Bangladesh Mosque. He passed mosque n his way to work and would stop in to pray two or three times a week. While at the mosque, he met a Tunisi named They were only acquaintances who would say hello to each other and occasionally speak. was
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411111.111111111advised he visited the mosque only to pray: He heard a couple of lectures presented by a group called
Tabalegh, which was comprised of people from Pakistan, Bangladesh and several other Arab countries. It was a very well
known and respected group in Germany. The lectures were predominately Islam and prayer oriented emphasizing
perfecting themselves as good Muslims. He never witnessed or heard of any anti-American sentiments while at the

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advice and visit Afghanistan. advised at the time of his departure, he knew about the Taliban and
that ther was not any fighting where he was goin He had heard of some fighting in the north but wanted nothing to do
with it. He,.as excited about his decision to beco a good Muslim.

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