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Hammad Ali Amno Gadallah
Born 1969 (age 54–55)
Citizenship Sudan

Hammad Ali Amno Gadallah is a citizen of Sudan, who was held in extrajudicial detention in the United States Guantanamo Bay detainment camps, in Cuba.[1] His Guantanamo Internment Serial Number was 712. The US Department of Defense reports he was born on November 13, 1969, in Duba, Sudan.

Combatant Status Review

Gadallah was among the 60% of prisoners who chose to participate in tribunal hearings. A Summary of Evidence memo was prepared for the tribunal of each detainee, listing the allegations that supported their detention as an "enemy combatant". Gadallah's memo accused him of the following:[2]

a. The detainee is associated with the Taliban or al Qaida.
  1. The detainee stated that he worked as an accountant for the Society for the Revival of Islamic Heritage (RIHS).
  2. The RIHS is listed in the United States Department of Homeland Security - Terrorist Organization Reference Guide.
  3. Before being named The Society for the Revival of Islamic Heritage, the office in Peshawar, Pakistan, was called the Afghanistan Support Committee (ASC).
  4. The ASC was designated on the United States Executive Order Asset Freeze List for suspected support of terrorism financing in late 2001.
  5. The detainee's name was found in an Arabic-Language document in which numerous Sudanese Shaykhs and Islamic scholars identify the United States as the greatest enemy of Islam and call for support of Afghan brothers by any means.

Habeas corpus

A writ of habeas corpus was filed on his behalf.[3] It was amalgamated with other petitions, and heard by US District Court Judge Reggie Walton, as part of Mohammon v. Bush.

In September 2007 the United States Department of Defense published 179 dossiers in response to captives' habeas petitions.[4] But they did not publish his.

Determined not to have been an Enemy Combatant

The Washington Post reports that Gadallah was one of 38 detainees who was determined not to have been an enemy combatant during his Combatant Status Review Tribunal.[5] They report that Gadallah has been released.


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