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Gitmo DOD Abdul Rahim Abdul Razak al Janko

Gitmo DOD Abdul Rahim Abdul Razak al Janko

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S E C R E T / / NOFORN / / 20330630
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
HEADQUARTERS, JOINT TASK FORCE GUANTANAMOU.S. NAVAL STATION, GUANTANAMO BAY, CUBAAPO AE 09360
 
CLASSIFIED BY:
MULTIPLE SOURCES
REASON:
E.O. 12958, AS AMENDED, SECTION 1.4(C)
DECLASSIFY ON:
20330630
S E C R E T / / NOFORN / / 20330630
JTF-GTMO-CDR 30 June 2008MEMORANDUM FOR Commander, United States Southern Command, 3511 NW 9lst Avenue,Miami, FL 33172SUBJECT: Detainee Assessment Brief ICO Guantanamo Detainee, ISN US9SY-000489DP (S)
JTF-GTMO Detainee Assessment
 1.
 
(S) Personal Information:
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JDIMS/NDRC Reference Name: Abd Al Rahim Abdul RazaJanko
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Current/True Name and Aliases: Abd al-Rahim Abdul Rassak Janko, Abd al-Rahim, Gull Muhammad Habib al-Rahman,Dujana al-Kurdi, Kasmi al-Suri, Abrahim Abdalhim, Yakub,al-Janku, Abu Said, Khawa Kabrush Gango
 
 
Place of Birth: Kafsanur, Turkey (TK)
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Date of Birth: 1 January 1977
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Citizenship: Syria (SY)
 
 
Internment Serial Number (ISN): US9SY-000489DP
2.
 
(U//FOUO) Health:
Detainee is on a list of high-risk detainees from a health perspective.Detainee is in fair health. He has several chronic medical problems. He has a psychiatric historyof substance abuse, depression, borderline personality disorder, and prior suicide attempt for which he is followed by behavioral health for treatment.
3.
 
(U) JTF-GTMO Assessment:a.
 
(S//NF) Executive Summary:
Detainee admitted traveling to Afghanistan (AF) toaffiliate with a jihadist group, but it is unclear whether he was recruited by al-Qaida or senton a United Arab Emirates (UAE) sponsored intelligence mission targeting al-Qaida andUsama Bin Laden (UBL). Multiple sources confirm detainee was accused by al-Qaida of espionage after only a few weeks in Afghanistan and was held with other suspected spies and political opponents in a Taliban prison from March 2000 until January 2002. As a result of his imprisonment, detainee could not have participated in hostilities against US and Coalition
 
S E C R E T / / NOFORN / / 20330630
JTF-GTMO-CDR SUBJECT: Detainee Assessment Brief ICO Guantanamo Detainee, ISN US9SY-000489DP (S)2forces. Detainee admits to receiving training at al-Qaida’s al-Faruq Training Camp.Detainee was in contact with a number of mid-level and senior Taliban and al-Qaida leaders both before and after his imprisonment, and he provided information about variousoperations and actions. As a result of his imprisonment at Sarpuza Prison, it is unlikelydetainee would ever be trusted by an Islamic militant group for any operation. JTF-GTMOdetermined this detainee to be:
 
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A
MEDIUM
risk, as he may pose a threat to the US, its interests, and allies
 
 
 
A
HIGH
threat from a detention perspective
 
 
 
Of 
MEDIUM
intelligence value
 b.
 
(S//NF) Summary of Changes:
The following outlines changes to detainee’sassessment since the last JTF-GTMO recommendation. (Changes in this assessment will beannotated by
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next to the footnote.)
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Added new aliases for detainee, Abu Said
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and Khawa Kabrush Gango
2
 
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Updated detainee’s account of events
 
 
Removed information claiming detainee was an al-Qaida suicide operative
 
 
Added information pertaining to possible explosives training and associations to highlevel terrorist
4.
 
(U) Detainee’s Account of Events:The following section is based, unless otherwise indicated, on detainee’s own account.These statements are included without consideration of veracity, accuracy, or reliability.a.
 
(S//NF) Prior History:
Detainee was born in Turkey, but was taken to Syria at age four and raised by his stepparents after his birth parents, ethnic Kurds living in Turkey, werekilled by Turkish troops in 1980. In 1990, detainee’s stepfather, a teacher of religiousstudies, left Syria for a job in Ajman, UAE. In 1992, when detainee was 12, he traveled withhis stepmother and younger siblings to join his stepfather in Ajman. Detainee receivedextensive religious education both from his stepfather and in school. Detainee’s stepfather was a strident Salafist imam who became involved in the Muslim Brotherhood in Syria andanother militant jihadist organization in UAE. Detainee’s stepfather was controlling,abusive, and violent, and he pressured detainee and his other sons into religious studies andvocations. After graduating from secondary school, detainee enrolled at Muhammad BinSaud al-Islamia University in Ras al-Khaimah, UAE. Detainee studied there between 1998
1
 
¢ 
000489 GUAN-2007-T02445 01-JUN-2007
2
 
¢ 
000489 MFR 29-APR-2003
S E C R E T / / NOFORN / / 20330630
 
S E C R E T / / NOFORN / / 20330630
JTF-GTMO-CDR SUBJECT: Detainee Assessment Brief ICO Guantanamo Detainee, ISN US9SY-000489DP (S)3and 2000, initially studying
Sharia
(Islamic law) f or a year and a half under pressure from hisstepfather, and later switching to Arabic literature.
3
 
b.
 
(S//NF) Recruitment and Travel:
Detainee stated Prince Fisal Sudid Qasmi hadinvited him to the Majad Hotel to spend time with detainee’s other college friends. In thehotel room, detainee stated he participated in a sex party with his friends and a few women.Detainee said the party was video taped. Several weeks after the incident, detainee wasconfronted by Qasmi. Qasmi requested detainee to obtain information concerning other more devout classmates and gather information regarding their plans for jihad. Qasmithreatened to blackmail detainee with the tape. Qasmi told detainee that he would send thetape to detainee’s stepfather or a television station. Detainee carried out the request and provided information on classmates from Qatar and the Philippines. Detainee gained theconfidence of this group through a professor from the university. Detainee would go toProfessor Saqiq Almana Mohammad's house often to talk with these individuals. SaqiqAlmana Mohammad often spiritually guided the group concerning jihad. Saqiq AlmanaMohammad told detainee he would make a good mujahedeen because detainee was Kurdish.Detainee would update Qasmi verbally each day and relayed that the classmates were tryingto get fighters to return to the Philippines to fight against the government. Qasmi sentdetainee to visit the Butti Bin Hamed mosque. At this mosque detainee was to meet Zaid al-Qubisy and sit in on meetings. Detainee returned to his university and then met an Afghan prince named Haroon. Detainee lived six months in a house with Haroon. During this perioddetainee was told that now the real work would begin. Qasmi told detainee that at the end of this mission, detainee would be rewarded with a sum equal to that of $50,000 US. If detaineedid not go through with the mission, the tape would be exposed. The detainee explained thathis mission was to collect information in Afghanistan concerning locations of guesthouses,locations of training camps, battle lines, the number of UAE citizens there and where theyare, who sent the UAE citizens, and how they got to Afghanistan.
4
Detainee traveled to AbuDhabi, UAE where he went to the UN office and the Canadian, Syrian, and US Embassiesseeking various means to leave the country. Detainee sought his friend Rahman, who was anemployee of the Embassy of Afghanistan in Dubai. Rahman informed detainee he wasunable to issue a passport, but instructed him to pretend to be an illegal Afghan worker inorder to get deported. Detainee did as instructed and was deported to Afghanistan. Hetraveled from Dubai through Peshawar, Pakistan (PK), to Jalalabad, AF at the expense of theUAE government. Detainee arrived in Afghanistan in January or February 2000.
5
 
c.
 
(S//NF) Training and Activities:
After entering Afghanistan, detainee sought toaffiliate with the mujahedin and was guided by a Taliban soldier to the Kallu Urdu militarycamp outside of Jalalabad, AF. Detainee was greeted by Mullah Abdul Salam Rocketti and
3
IIR 6 034 0160 07, TD-314/24856-02, IIR 6 034 0194 06, TRRS-04-12-0485
4
 
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000489 SIR 18-JUL-2006
5
TRRS-04-12-0485, TD-314/24856-02, IIR 6 034 0194 06, IIR 2 340 6787 02
S E C R E T / / NOFORN / / 20330630

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