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Yemen Receives two Yemeni Bagram prisoners Al-Bakri and Al- Maqaleh

Yemen Receives two Yemeni Bagram prisoners Al-Bakri and Al- Maqaleh


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Radhia Khairan-hoodonline:



The National Organization for Defending Rights and Freedoms, HOOD, has been

informed today that two Yemeni prisoners at Bagram, Mr. Ameen Al-Bakri and

Fadi Al-Maqaleh were repatriate to Yemen this early morning. The Yemeni

Security has received both of the detainees but their whereabouts has not

been revealed yet.





In a press release, HOOD says that both Al-Bakri and Al-Maqaleh are

victims of the U.S. so-call "War on Terror". Both are released in the

context of the U.S. A. arrangements to withdraw from Afghanistan.







Meanwhile, HOOD urges the U.S.A. to set free the other 90 Yemeni detainees

at the Guantanamo Bay detention camp who are suffering an inhumane

treatment without facing any charge or trial.







Fadi Al-Maqaleh and Amin Al-Bakri have been in U.S. military custody for

nearly 11 years, and since 2003 they were both imprisoned in the U.S.

detention facility at Bagram Airbase in Afghanistan.







Ammen Al-Bakri had been held in Bagram facility since 2003, and that he

had been held in secret extrajudicial detention in the CIA's network of

black sites, prior to his transfer to Bagram. In 2008, His tribe in Yemen

declared their "solidarity" with al-Bakri and called for his release ever

since. Whereas Fadi Al-Maqaleh was seized outside of Afghanistan and

rendered to Bagram by agents of the United States. His family only learned

that their son was in U.S. military custody after receiving a letter via

the International Committee of the Red Cross (“ICRC”) in or around 2003.

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