Criminal Investigative Task Force Interview of Guantanamo Bay Detainee re: Conditions at Guantanamo Bay and the Detainee's Willingness to Continue Jihad

This investigative report was generated by the Criminal Investigative Task Force (CITF) and the interview was conducted by the Air Force Office of Special Investigation (AFOSI). The detainee being interviewed states that he feels the guards at Guantanamo were disrespectful and disruptive during prayer time, and there was a lack of adequate medical care. He also stated that he “would be the first one to sign up for a jihad against Israel” and that “he only solution to the Israeli/Palestinian conflict was through "the blood shed of the Jews."

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Investigative File
Doc_date: 
Monday, April 12, 2004
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Tuesday, December 20, 2005
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CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIVE TASK FORCE
REPORT OF INVESTIGATIVE ACTIVITY 171 (l6,÷1)

1. DATE OF INVESTIGATIVE ACTIVITY . 2. PLACE 3. ACTIVITY NUMBER
12 Apr 04 GTMO, Cuba
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4. REMARKS

Subject Interview of: (UNK) 11111111111111111.111111111-)9 () (
Date/Place: 12 Apr 04/GTMO, Cuba

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neo-1 ommosimmigrom, ISNI¦1111, was interviewed by SAA AFOSI, at Camp Delta, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The interview was conducted in the Arabic language and translated by linguistA — bt-.6t6-2..
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111111111ftwas interviewed and shown pictures of the following detained persons: A and 111111111111111111111,a suspected UBL bodyguard. He did not recognize either detainee. A)
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4011111.1111 claimed the MPs mocked detainees during prayer and some of the detainees were not geproper
medical attention. When asked for specific incidents pertaining to the lack of medical care, Acould not
provide any. He said MPs were disruptive during prayer time by kicking the walls or stomping their feet in the cell
block causing unnecessary noise.
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1111M11111111111116ants to return to YM upon his release and work at his previous job as a laboratory technician. He felt America was an enemy of Islam and claimed he was detained solely for being a Muslim. Several attempts to explain why he was detained were unsuccessful.

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Prior to hispipture, he thoughtAmerica was a humanitarian nation, but did not feel that way since being detained. 0111111111111161 felt America w,ss not a good country and their support of Israel over the Palestinians was proof. He was adamant in his opinion that the only solution to the Israeli/Palestinian conflict was through "the blood shed of the Jews." 6111111111111111111.‘id he would be the first one to sign up for a jihad against Israel and would consider a jihad against America if the reasons were right. He did say not all Americans were his enemy and did not wish for all of
them to be killed, only those who mistreated him.
He said women and children should not be killed and pointed out Islamic law had strict rules about fighting, yet he said he did not blame the 911 terrorists for what they did. When the violation of Islamic law of the 911 attacks was pointed out to I he said It was up to Allah to punish them.
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