• Khalid Qassim

    December 20, 2016

    Khalid Qassim, from Yemen, has been held at Guantanamo since 2002. He has never been tried or charged with a crime.

  • Haroon Gul

    December 20, 2016

    Haroon Gul (also known as Haroon al-Afghani) is an 33 year-old Afghan citizen who has been held without charge or trial at Guantanamo Bay since June 2007.

  • Mohsen Aboassy

    August 12, 2016

    Mohsen Aboassy has been imprisoned without charge or trial at Guantanamo Bay since February 2002. Despite being cleared for release in 2009, he continues to be held at the prison.

  • Binyam Mohamed

    November 19, 2014

    Binyam Mohamed was seized in Pakistan and handed over to US forces. He was rendered by the CIA to Morocco, where he was held and tortured for 18 months. Binyam was rendered to Bagram, and then to Guantánamo Bay. After a long battle with the US authorities, Binyam was finally released back to Britain on Monday 23rd February 2009.

  • Ahmed Errachidi

    November 19, 2014

    Ahmed Errachidi was a London chef who suffered from bipolar. He was seized, rendered to Bagram and tortured, then held in Guantánamo Bay for five years. A false confession was extracted from him during a sever psychotic episode. After Reprieve exposed the absurd allegations made against him, Ahmed was released on 24 April 2007.

  • Saifullah Paracha

    November 19, 2014

    Saifullah is a father of four. He has been held without charge at Guantanamo since 2004.

  • Adel Hakeemy

    November 19, 2014

    Adel was living in Afghanistan with his pregnant wife when they fled the US invasion in late 2001. He was kidnapped by Pakistani forces and handed over to the Americans. He was sent to Kandahar and tortured, then taken to Guantánamo Bay. Adel has been held without charge in Guantánamo since 2002, despite being cleared for release. His daughter Hind was born after his abduction, and he has never been allowed to see her.

  • Abu Zubaydah

    November 19, 2014

    Abu Zubaydah is currently detained in Guantánamo Bay. He was falsely suspected of being a high-value member of al-Qaeda and the organisation’s Chief of Operations, and has been held in secret prisons around the world since 2002. He has never been charged with a crime. He has been brutally tortured both physically and psychologically by his captors - including being kept awake for 11 consecutive days, and being waterboarded 83 times in one month.

  • Adel Fattough Ali al Gazzar

    November 18, 2014

    Adel Fattough Ali al Gazzar spent just two hours in Afghanistan volunteering with the Red Crescent before he was seriously injured in a US airstrike. Held in Guantánamo Bay for nearly a decade, he was released to Slovakia in 2010. He returned to Egypt in 2011 to reunite with his mother, wife and children but was arrested and imprisoned.

  • Said Farhi

    November 17, 2014

    Said Farhi travelled to Afghanistan in the hope of getting married, but fled when the US bombing began in 2001. He was captured, sold for a bounty and taken to Guantánamo Bay. He was held there for 9 years. A long court battle was fought to prevent the US sending him back to Algeria, where he faced persecution and torture. But, in January 2011, Said was repatriated against his will and without notice.