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Yemeni Held In Guantánamo Was Seized In Cairo, Group Says

Sometime in September 2002, a Yemeni businessman and intelligence officer was abducted on a Cairo street, then kept incommunicado for more than a year by United States authorities, and is now among those imprisoned at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, according to an examination of his case by Human Rights Watch. The case of Abdul Salam Ali al-Hila is an example of what human rights groups call “reverse renditions,” in which a foreign government assists or cooperates in seizing someone who is then transferred to United States custody.Full Story

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