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List of the 119 prisoners detained in CIA’s secret prisons program

Abu Zubaydah was the  first high-profile Al Qaeda terror suspect captured after the Sept. 11 attacks and the first to vanish into the spy agency’secret prisons.

US Central Command/AP File

Abu Zubaydah was the first high-profile Al Qaeda terror suspect captured after the Sept. 11 attacks and the first to vanish into the spy agency’secret prisons.

WASHINGTON — The Senate Intelligence Committee report on the CIA’s interrogation and detention program for the first time released the names of all the prisoners who were detained in secret prisons around the world. Of the 119, 20 names were previously unknown.

The first 39 names listed (in bold) underwent harsh interrogations.

Abu Zubaida

Ridha Ahmad Najar, aka Najjar

Rafiq bin Bashir bin Halul al-Hami

Tawfiq Nasir Awad al Bihani

Lutfi al-Arabi al-Gharisi

Dr. Hikmat Shaukat

Gul Rahman

Ghulam Rabbani aka Abu Badr

Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri

Ghairat Bahir

Ramzi bin al-Shibh

Muhammad Umar ‘Abd al-Rahman, aka Asadallah

Abu Khalid

Khalid Shaykh Mohammad

Mustafa Ahmad al-Hawsawi

Abu Yasir al-Jaza’iri

Suleiman Abdullah

Abu Hazim, aka Abu Hazim al-Libi

AI-Shara’iya, aka Abd al-Karim

Ammar al-Baluchi

Khallad bin Attash

Laid Ben Dohman Saidi, aka Abu Hudhaifa

Majid Khan

Mohd Farik bin Amin, aka Abu Zubair

Samr Mimi Abdul Latif al-Barq

Bashir bin Lap, aka Lillie

Riduan bin Isomuddin, aka Hambali

Majid Bin Muhammad Bin Sulayman Khayil, aka Arsala Khan

Adnan al-Libi

Hassan Ghul

Muhammad Qurban Sayyid Ibrahim

Abu Bahar al-Turki

Abu Talha al-Magrebi

Janat Gul

Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani

Sharif al-Masri

Abu Faraj al-Libi

Abu Ja’far al-Iraqi

Muhammad Rahim

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Jamal Eldin Boudraa

Abbar al-Hawari, aka Abu Sufiyan

Hassan Muhammad Abu Bakr Qa’id

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Ayub Marshid Ali Salih

Bashir Nasir Ali al-Marwalah

Ha’il Aziz Ahmad al-Mithali

Hassan bin Attash

Musab Umar Ali al-Mudwani

Said Saleh Said, aka Said Salih Said

Shawqi Awad

Umar Faruq aka Abu al-Faruq al-Kuwaiti

Abd al-Salam al-Hilah

Karim, aka Asat Sar Jan

Akbar Zakaria, aka Zakaria Zeineddin

Yaqub al-Baluchi aka Abu Talha

Abd al-Rahim Ghulam Rabbani

Haji Ghalgi

Nazar Ali

Juma Gul

Wafti bin Ali aka Abdullah

Adel

Qari Mohib Ur Rehman

Shah Wali Khan

Hayatullah Haqqani

Bisher al-Rawi

Jamil el-Banna, aka Abu Anas

Pacha Wazir

Muhammad Amein Al-Bakri

Abdullah Midhat Mursi

Ibn Shaykh al-Libi

Hamid Aich

Sayed Habib

Muhammad Khan (son of Suhbat)

Ibrahim Haqqani

Mohammad Dinshah

Muhammad Jafar Jamal al-Qahtani

Abu Nasim al-Tunisi

Zarmein

Hiwa Abdul Rahman Rashul

Adel Abu Redwan Ben Hamlili

Shaistah Habibullah Khan

Ali Jan

Muhammad Khan (son of Amir)

Modin Nik Muhammad

Abdullah Ashami

Sanad ‘Ali Yislam al-Kazimi

Salah Nasir Salim Ali, aka Muhsin

Abd Qudra Allah Mala Azrat al-Hadi

Bismullah

Sa’id Allam

Sa’ida Gul

Shah Khan Wali

Yahya, aka Rugollah

Zakariya ‘abd al-Rauf

Zamarai Nur Muhammad Juma Khan

Abdullah Salim al-Qahtani

Awwad Sabhan al-Shammari

Noor Jalal

Aso Hawleri

Mohd al-Shomaila

Ali Saeed Awadh

Muhammad Abdullah Saleh

Riyadh the Facilitator

Abu Abdallah al-Zulaytini

Binyam Ahmed Mohamed

Firas al-Yemeni

Khalid ‘Abd al-Razzaq al-Masri

Saud Memon

Gul Rahman (2)

Hassan Ahmed Guleed

Abu ‘Abdallah

Abd al-Bari al-Filistini

Ayyub al-Libi

Marwan al-Jabbur

Qattal al-Uzbeki

Abdi Rashid Samatar

Abu Munthir al-Magrebi

Ibrahim Jan

Abd al-Hadi al-Iraqi

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